Enzo in Nicaragua Seeing street kids in a whole new light. By JD Roberto It’s with no small amount of guilt that I shoo away a kid of about 8 who approaches me with a, “Hello, amigo.” Enzo doesn’t notice. We’re sitting on the front steps of our hotel, me poring over the map of Granada and him...read more
A Socially Irresponsible Stroll Through My Neighborhood Sometimes convenience trumps political correctness. By Robin Dutton-Cookston By the time you finish reading this essay, you will think I am a depraved, cold-hearted, unfeeling subhuman. Someone on the level of Monty Burns, J.R. Ewing or Dick Cheney. In other words, some of the things I am about to reveal will possibly offend you.
Steal This Child Is the news media exploiting parentsí fear of child abduction? By Prescott Carlson You’ve heard the names. Samantha Runnion. Elizabeth Smart. Baby Jessica. Erica Pratt. Tamara Brooks. Jacqueline Marris. These are just some of the children reported missing in what the media has dubbed the “Summer of Abduction”. But...read more
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