Posted in January 2013

Quote: Michael Gross on Crimes Against Children

“People who commit crimes against children serve their time, however those children are scarred by this for life. We want to do everything we can to protect them against that.”  Maybe the Mother’s should stay home and watch over them. Check out my link to related post – Crimes Against Children

Seven Deadly Sins are…? Vol. #3 Essay 5

Seven Deadly Sins are…? Vol. #3 Essay 5

Can you list the Seven Deadly Sins? Here’s a hint. They’re also called the Seven Cardinal Sins. No good? How about the Seven Capital Vices? Getting closer? If you could only come up with a partial list, don’t feel bad, because most people can’t name all seven.   And the reason? Because in this highly secularized world, … Continue reading

Quote: Meda Chesney-Lind on Women Criminals

“In 1980, there were about 12,000 women in prison; by 2000, there were over 85,000 – more than a sevenfold increase in two decades.” “In 1990, the incarceration rate for female offenders was 31 out of 100,000 female (U.S.) residents; by 2000, it was 59 out of 100,000.” “Currently, over 950,000 women are under some … Continue reading

Cursed Cults Vol. #1 Essay 9

Until the eruption of radical, second-wave feminism in the late 1960s, women had always deferred to the men in their lives when any major decision had to be made. Whether it had to do with money, moving, faith, discipline of children, work, family matters, education or in many cases their very survival, they trusted their men to … Continue reading

Moral Midgets Vol. #2 Essay 15

Moral Midgets Vol. #2 Essay 15

Christian men and women have always shared the responsibility for  sustaining the high level of moral behavior demanded by their faith. They have knowingly maintained the particulars of Christian morality because they understood that these tenets of behavior protect humanity from its thoughtless, vicious and sometimes brutal nature. Although, on the surface, women have always accepted the highest burden of the behavioral aspects of morality … Continue reading