Criminology

Critical Criminology

  • Yale professor presents new book on symbolic racism January 24, 2022 1:49 pm Rand Valley Lanthorn - Michigan Grand Valley State University’s Hauenstein Center partnered with the Division of Inclusion and Equity to create a week-long series of events to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy. These events were held in Grand Rapids, Allendale and online in …
  • Fraternally fed up January 19, 2022 7:55 am The Butler Collegian - Indiana Listed above are the names of each of the 103 individuals who signed the petition created by Meghan Beckmann in agreement with the issues and questions raised regarding decisions made about recruitment. Graphic by Caitlin Segraves. KATIE FREEMAN | CO- …
  • Researchers study COVID-19 and its impact on crime in Vancouver, Canada January 18, 2022 9:16 pm Phys.org Violent crime in Vancouver, Canada rose in the city's poorer regions during the first year of the pandemic while wealthier neighborhoods saw thefts rise, according to a new study published in the Journal of Experimental Criminology. The study of the …
  • Only 42% of DC murder cases were closed after anti-police movement and it could get worse, criminologists say January 16, 2022 12:39 pm EIN Presswire This is the first story in a series about murders in Washington, D.C. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Killers weren’t arrested in more than half of the murders committed in the nation’s capital in 2021, according to one analysis – a figure that could worsen without …
  • Research: 108 more APD patrol officers needed to achieve target response time January 12, 2022 12:20 am KXAN - Texas AUSTIN (KXAN) — Police staffing research funded by the Greater Austin Crime Commission (GACC) is recommending adding 108 more officers to Austin Police Department’s patrol force in order to maintain an average response time of six minutes and 30 seconds.  …
  • Cambridge University scraps prisoners programme after 2019 terror attack January 10, 2022 7:30 pm The Guardian Cambridge University has scrapped a programme which taught prisoners alongside students after the deadly 2019 Fishmonger’s Hall terrorist attack was carried out at one of its events. Jack Merritt, 25, who was employed by the Learning Together programme at …
  • Driver Hospitalized In Turnpike Shooting: Troubling Trend Is An “Epidemic’ Says Criminologist January 10, 2022 2:26 pm CBS 4 Miami - Florida MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The search is on for the gunman who opened fire on the Florida Turnpike over the  weekend which sent one man to the hospital. The shooting is part of a troubling trend we have been seeing on South Florida roads. In November, there were …
  • Divisive political environment prompts Riverview police chief to resign January 9, 2022 1:10 pm The News Herald - Michigan Citing a divisive political environment that shows few signs of improving anytime soon, Police Chief Ronald Beggs announced his resignation. Beggs took over the Police Department’s top position almost exactly one year ago — on Jan. 11, 2021. He plans to …
  • Ohio University announces new VP for student affairs January 7, 2022 7:57 pm The Athens News - Ohio Dean of Students Emeritus Terry Hogan will serve as interim vice president for student affairs on Friday, Ohio University announced on Friday. Hall-Jones has served as interim vice president for student affairs since September 2020, when former VP Jason …
  • The most sought-after WA university degrees in 2022 January 7, 2022 1:29 am The Age It was a similar story for Murdoch, where nursing was the most popular course, followed by criminology and teaching. While the motivation of every applicant was unknown, an ECU spokesman said jobs related to these fields had proven crucial during the COVID …

Crime Theory

  • Do smart supermarkets herald the end of shopping as we know it? January 9, 2022 7:23 am The Guardian Welcome to the supermarkets of the future. They may look and feel like the supermarkets we are all used to – and stock the same bread, butter and bananas – but these shops are now fitted out with more than £1m of the latest technology that their bosses …
  • Rea Bua: HerStory –Erasure is Violence – 16 Days of Activism December 10, 2021 10:53 am Mail & Guardian On the day of her funeral on 14 April 2018,  just as Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s body was being prepared to leave a packed Orlando stadium for her final resting place, the sky heaved in mourning and the rain came down to take a hero home, defying the sun …
  • Law & Disorder: Gun control returns to the Supreme Court November 16, 2021 5:38 pm Daily Trojan - California After over a decade of staying silent in the Supreme Court, the gun control debate has returned. The 2008 landmark case District of Columbia v. Heller was the last time the Supreme Court specified the Second Amendment’s meaning. In a 5-4 decision, the …
  • Online events w) David Harvey, Caffentzis, Sarah Jaffe, Tariq Ali, Isabel Wilkerson, etc. October 30, 2021 9:43 pm Indybay - California Upcoming Online Events: Fri, 10/29, 3 am through 12/10 -- Join David Graeber Tribute LSE Anthropology Friday Seminar Series -- In Honour of David Graeber: Exploring the Fissures and Cracks -- An LSE Anthropology Seminar series that strives to come …
  • More Than Half of Police Killings Are Mislabeled, New Study Says September 30, 2021 10:37 pm The New York Times Police killings in America have been undercounted by more than half over the past four decades, according to a new study that raises pointed questions about racial bias among medical examiners and highlights the lack of reliable national record keeping on …
  • Behaviour change theory September 13, 2021 4:00 pm PMLiVE Behaviour change through teamwork – collaborating with stakeholders from across the health ecosystem. Chris Ross examines pharma’s adoption of behaviour change theories and finds an industry in need of a nudge in the right direction Last month I stumbled …
  • Facebook sent flawed data to misinformation researchers. September 10, 2021 8:43 pm The New York Times Daily Distortions Published Sept. 15, 2020Updated Sept. 10, 2021, 4:42 p.m. ET Times reporters will chronicle and debunk false and misleading information that is going viral online. More than three years ago, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook trumpeted a plan to …
  • Identifying a Few of the Guilty Culprits Who Got America into Afghanistan – and Got Away with the Crime AND the Cover-up! September 7, 2021 3:32 pm Free Press De-Coding the Propaganda and Censorship from the Perpetrators of the Controlled Demolitions of World Trade Center Towers #1, #2 and # 7 on 9/11/01 And Should They Get the 2 Trillion Dollar Bill to Cover the Expenses? The monologue below is my …
  • Suicide is Washington state’s biggest gun violence problem August 12, 2021 3:54 am Crosscut - Washington Recent headlines of violence in Seattle have prompted reflection about what we’ve long known about firearms injuries and deaths — and what we can do about them. To us, a firearms instructor, former Marine and manager of Forefront Suicide Prevention’s Safer …
  • ANALYSIS: Dr. Fauci Dishonestly Deflects From His Agency’s Role In Funding Dangerous Bat-Borne Virus Research In China July 28, 2021 5:56 am Daily Caller Fireworks erupted during a congressional hearing last week when Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul accused Dr. Anthony Fauci of lying to Congress about the National Institute of Health’s (NIH) role in funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan …

Black Lives Matter

  • Black Lives Matter At School Look To Defeat Bill That Would Prohibit Teaching CRT In Public Schools January 26, 2022 5:57 pm The Seattle Medium - Washington State Photo credit: iStockphoto.com/Wavebreakmedia This article is one of a series of articles produced by The Seattle Medium through support provided by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to Word In Black, a collaborative of 10 Black-owned media outlets across …
  • John Leguizamo says he avoided the sun to stay lighter-skinned for Hollywood January 26, 2022 5:57 pm The Independent John Leguizamo has revealed that he used to avoid being in the sun to stay lighter-skinned for Hollywood roles. The actor spoke out about his practice of staying away from sun rays throughout his career in a new interview, stating that he noticed that …
  • Yoga Studios Adapt to Pandemic January 26, 2022 5:44 pm The Montpelier Bridge - Vermont Central Vermont yoga studios grapple with financial stability, safety concerns, and accessibility during the pandemic. At the same time, they offer space to practice and connect, online and in person.  Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, some …
  • Real Housewives of Salt Lake City cast is ‘so relieved’ Jennie Nguyen was fired over offensive posts January 26, 2022 4:58 pm Monsters and Critics Jennie Nguyen of RHOSLC was fired after offensive posts. Pic credit: Bravo The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City are finally speaking out about Jennie Nguyen, and they are not holding back. Bravo made it official – Jennie would no longer be a cast member …
  • 'It just felt like a rediscovery': After 'Hadestown,' Anais Mitchell finds new music in VT January 26, 2022 4:38 pm Burlington Free Press - Vermont WILLISTON – Anais Mitchell has been so busy in the past decade that she hasn’t had time to do the thing she spent the first decade of her music career doing — making solo albums featuring her latest songs. Since “Young Man in America” came out in 2012, …
  • Editorial: Centennial Elementary School has done nothing wrong by supporting Black Lives Matter January 26, 2022 4:15 pm Denver Post - Colorado Teachers and administrators at Centennial Elementary School have done nothing wrong, but we cannot say the same for the adults who are making the school a target for conservative anger. That anger manifested itself this week when a man pretending to be a …
  • John Leguizamo says he avoided the sun to stay ‘light-skinned’ in Roles January 26, 2022 4:02 pm Central Recorder “Encanto”Academy Awards’ star John Leguizamo spoke with us “Seen”Movies about Hollywood’s colorism. Leguizamo claimed that he had stayed out of the sun for years in order to be able to see. “light-skinned”For roles He said that a studio executive had told …
  • Five new exhibitions open January 28 at WAAM January 26, 2022 3:45 pm New Paltz Times - New York A painting by Dorothy Brodhead. Are you a culture vulture who has grown weary of not being able to view art up close and personal on account of COVID? We don’t blame you. As of April, two full years will have passed since this publication — then in webpage …
  • Ski in Jackson Hole? You Could Be Hurting Liz Cheney January 26, 2022 3:42 pm Mother Jones Fight disinformation. Get a daily recap of the facts that matter. Sign up for the free Mother Jones newsletter. This past Saturday, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) was smacked down by the Republican Party of her own state. In a straw poll of the members of the …
  • This photographer’s images of Black America have new resonance in the pandemic January 26, 2022 3:10 pm The Washington Post The boy looks down at the tie in his hands. He is dressed in formal wear he hasn’t quite grown into but that hints at the man he will become. Facing the boy, his own hands on his tie, a father models what to do. A striped rug and ruffled bed skirt give the …

Gender and Crime

  • Our Lady of Deadpan January 20, 2022 2:00 pm The New York Review of Books Let sadness tell you what to read. “We tell ourselves stories in order to live.” Joan Didion begins her essay “The White Album” by recalling a time when, she says, she had mislaid the script of life. She who had reread all of George Orwell on the beach of …
  • Ghislaine Maxwell Isn’t an Outlier December 9, 2021 10:28 pm Slate Magazine The trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and associate of the late Jeffrey Epstein, serves as a critical turning point in our ongoing reckoning with sexual abuse by foregrounding the ugly reality of female sexual predation. Maxwell stands …
  • Saudi human rights activist files lawsuit against former US intelligence operatives for hacking scandal December 9, 2021 9:50 pm ZDNet Saudi human rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul has filed a lawsuit against spyware maker DarkMatter Group and three former US intelligence operatives for their role in helping the United Arab Emirates hack into her iPhone and track her movements.  al- …
  • The Way it is Now by Garry Disher review – provocative whodunnit interrogates small-town misogyny December 2, 2021 6:52 pm The Guardian In his latest novel, award-winning crime writer Garry Disher interrogates the cultural landscapes of power and misogyny within the coastal town of Swanage, a fictional locale nestled among the back beaches of Dromana in Victoria. Contemporary attitudes …
  • The warped history of self-defense law reveals a legacy of privilege November 24, 2021 11:24 pm AlterNet Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted last week of shooting three people, killing two of them, because, he said, he feared for his life. Some are claiming this verdict suggests that the legal system will be more supportive of those claiming self-defense at …
  • 42 Books Every Clevelander Should Read November 23, 2021 9:26 pm Cleveland Scene - Ohio With its shortened days and whipping winds, winter in Northeast Ohio is the 10 months each year when we allow ourselves to throw on sweatpants, chug hot cocoa or bourbon and spend long evenings indoors mindlessly scrolling through Netflix's inane …
  • We can’t continue to ignore the toxicity of fraternities November 4, 2021 5:45 am The Berkeley Beacon - Massachusetts Since moving to this country and dipping my toes into what is considered the “American college experience,” there is one thing I still can’t wrap my mind around—Greek life.  Although the idea of a sorority is hilarious to me due to how they are portrayed …
  • The Daily Trojan Editorial Board calls for USC to abolish Interfraternity Council October 26, 2021 4:54 am Daily Trojan - California Content Warning: The following article contains references to sexual assault, drugging and violence. The Daily Trojan Editorial Board unequivocally believes, uplifts and stands with sexual assault survivors and anyone who has encountered harm under …
  • ‘The French Dispatch,’ ‘Halloween Kills’ open Chicago Film Festival October 21, 2021 4:54 pm The Daily Illini - Illinois The 57th Chicago International Film Festival kicked off last week with Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” and David Gordon Green’s “Halloween Kills.” The films were among many shown at the festival, which is North America’s longest-running competitive …
  • CBS 58 Anchor Amanda Porterfield Opens up About her Role as a Milwaukee TV journalist August 31, 2021 2:19 pm Shepherd Express - Wisconsin When I told Amanda Porterfield, CBS 58’s investigative journalist and news anchor, that I wanted to shoot her portrait, she suggested we take it in front of the elementary school she had once attended. On a sunny afternoon, we met at the Emanuel Philipp …

Prison Privatization

  • Who Is Really Killing in Cold Blood: Prisoners or the Prisons? January 5, 2022 6:56 pm The Argonaut - California Profit has been turned into a compelling motive for incarceration By Storey Wertheimer Circa 2009 in Wilkes-Barre Pennsylvania, the juvenile prison population is skyrocketing. Thousands of students are hauled off to private detention facilities for …
  • The pandemic proved that privatization can’t provide enough public goods—like vaccines, education, justice, and a sustainable planet December 20, 2021 7:20 pm MarketWatch When the pandemic began, the Trump administration doubled down on a privatized response to what was—and what remains—a public health crisis, putting states in competition with each other to buy personal protective equipment (PPE) and COVID-19 tests. Prices …
  • Centurion VP makes 'damning admission' on last day of Arizona prison health care trial December 15, 2021 1:20 am The Arizona Republic Prisoners, wardens, psychologists, correctional experts and medical specialists testified over the course of four weeks in the Jensen v. Shinn prison health care trial in Arizona.They described their personal experiences and observations in Arizona prisons …
  • Private prison firms make big money in California December 13, 2021 11:13 pm Capitol Weekly - California (Editor’s Note: This is the first of two parts) In January 2020, Californians thought they were getting out of the private prison business. They are, but under a new law, AB 32, which went into effect at the first of that year, the state remains heavily …
  • Legislative Roll Call — Nov. 20, 2021 November 20, 2021 11:06 am Midland Daily News - Michigan This is a summary of activity by the Michigan House and Senate for the week of Nov. 8, 2021.Senate Bill 671, Repeal requirement that corporate subsidy scheme benefit state economy: Passed 28 to 7 in the Senate To revise a 2017 “Good Jobs For Michigan” law …
  • Arizona prison health care trial: Director claims prisoners have better access to care than he does November 17, 2021 7:08 am The Arizona Republic The landmark trial Jensen v. Shinn began Nov. 1 in Phoenix, the latest chapter in an almost decade-long struggle to determine whether Arizona’s prisoners are getting the basic health care they are entitled to under the law. The federal trial pits Arizona …
  • Nov. 12: Michigan Legislature Roll Call Report November 15, 2021 11:45 am Lake County Star - Michigan Senate Bill 671, Repeal requirement that corporate subsidy scheme benefit state economy: Passed 28 to 7 in the SenateTo revise a 2017 “Good Jobs For Michigan” law that authorized the state to give ongoing cash subsidies to Detroit developer Dan Gilbert and …
  • School Board Governs From The Right In A Deep Blue County November 13, 2021 11:08 am OpEdNews "Do not let them get away with saying this is not about free-market competition. This isn't about equity, this is about bringing free markets into the public sphere." - Denver School Board Member On Student-Centered Funding Los Angeles County …
  • Beer at Baseball Games, More Corporate Welfare, Animal Cruelty and More November 12, 2021 4:47 pm Mackinac Center for Public Policy Senate Bill 671: Repeal requirement that corporate subsidy scheme benefit state economy: Passed 28 to 7 in the Senate To revise 2017 “Good Jobs For Michigan” law that authorized the state to give ongoing cash subsidies to Detroit developer Dan Gilbert and …
  • Bribery suit settlement wasn't disclosed in Iowa security contract bid November 11, 2021 2:52 pm Burlington Hawk Eye - Iowa Officials of the company hired to conduct a review of security failures in Iowa's prison system did not disclose some details about the organization's past, including a lawsuit accusing it of bribery.  State rules require companies bidding on …

Prison Abolition

  • Angela Davis Books’ Quotes: Activist, Author’s Words On Women, Race, Class January 26, 2022 12:09 pm The Black Chronicle - Oklahoma Angela Davis earns warm applause from her audience in the University Hall during a meeting held in honor of her visit to Bulgaria. | Source: Bettmann / Getty Iconic Black power activist Angela Davis is known for many things, but being at a loss for …
  • Rahsaan Thomas, the Ear Hustle host, on clemency and life after prison: ‘I want to tell our stories’ January 26, 2022 11:12 am The Guardian Rahsaan “New York” Thomas the acclaimed journalist who co-hosts the Ear Hustle podcast from inside San Quentin prison, was granted clemency this month, prompting celebrations from listeners and supporters across the country. But it could be months – or …
  • Baking Goodies for Prison Reform January 25, 2022 10:35 pm South Pasadena News - California First published in the Jan. 21 print issue of the South Pasadena Review. Festive cookies are a staple of winter holidays, but few take it to the level that Courtney Jeong has. In December, the lifelong South Pasadena resident (with the help of a few …
  • Democrats treat criminals as victims and it's killing our cities January 25, 2022 10:08 pm Fox News Jason Rantz discusses elimination of traffic stops in Seattle and how it is permitting further car theft and crime on ‘Fox News @ Night.’ NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Democrats vowed to reimagine public safety in the wake of George Floyd’s …
  • MinnPost Picks: on the NBA erasing history, prison abolition and HBO’s ‘Station Eleven’ January 25, 2022 7:01 pm MinnPost - Minnesota
  • The 13th Amendment's fatal flaw created modern-day convict slavery January 25, 2022 1:30 pm The Conversation The 13th Amendment is having a moment of reckoning. Considered one of the crowning achievements of American democracy, the Civil War-era constitutional amendment set “free” an estimated 4 million enslaved people and seemed to demonstrate American claims to …
  • Senior humanitarian describes ‘horror scenes’ in Syria camps January 24, 2022 10:16 pm UN News Speaking by videoconference to journalists in New York, Mark Cutts said humanitarians had seen “some real horror scenes” in the last few days, especially in the northwest, where he said the camps were “bad at the best of times”. “Our humanitarian workers …
  • NYC council member demands 'racist' NYPD be closed down: 'Thugs in blue' January 24, 2022 7:37 pm Fox News ‘They demonize the police, they made us the bad guys’ says Nassau County PBA president Tommy Shevlin The New York City police department should be closed down, all criminals should be released from jail and police officers are a "racist, rogue …
  • Q&A: Northwestern librarian creates abolition research guide January 24, 2022 5:10 am The Daily Northwestern - Illinois Northwestern English and Digital Humanities Librarian Josh Honn compiled a research guide on the abolition of the prison industrial complex, inspired by the NU Community Not Cops protests in 2020 as well as his own interest. Honn spoke with The Daily about …
  • ‘Solidarity, Not Charity’ January 23, 2022 11:59 am Richmond Magazine - Virginia This article has been updated since it first appeared in print. Fueled by community members’ participation, in the three years since its inception, Mutual Aid Distribution Richmond has been a showcase of the power that lies within people. After …

Corporate Crime

White Collar Crime

State Crime

Environmental Crime

  • Coal fueled industrial revolution but left 'absolutely massive' environmental catastrophe January 5, 2022 10:36 am Courier-Journal - Kentucky HAROLD, Ky. — Along the winding, two-lane road that leads to Tracy Neece’s mountain, there’s no hint of the huge scars in the hills beyond the oaks and the pines. Green forests cover steep slopes on each side of the road, which turns from blacktop to dusty …
  • ArtPlace America shows why culture matters to communities December 6, 2021 8:31 pm KSAT - Texas Sometime in the next few years, crews dispatched by the Environmental Protection Agency will roll into Ashland, Massachusetts, population 19,000, and begin a $20.5 million cleanup of groundwater contaminated by waste from a chemical dye plant. That day …
  • Officials Expect Media Frenzy at Today’s ‘Rust’ News Conference October 27, 2021 2:59 pm Santa Fe Reporter - New Mexico COVID-19 by the numbers New Mexico health officials yesterday reported 687 COVID-19 cases, bringing the statewide total so far to 271,898. DOH has designated 240,803 of those cases as recovered. Bernalillo County had 147 new cases, followed by San Juan …
  • World says goodbye to leaded petrol, as Algeria becomes the final country to end its use August 30, 2021 6:06 pm Daily Mail The world has finally said 'goodbye' to leaded petrol, after Algeria became the final country to end its reliance on the highly toxic fuel source.  As recently as the year 2000 over 100 countries worldwide still used leaded petrol, despite evidence …
  • EPA yanking Toms River Reich Farm from Superfund list; water tests planned until 2023 June 10, 2021 11:02 am Asbury Park Press - New Jersey Above: Learn more about Toms River's childhood cancer cluster. TOMS RIVER - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency plans to remove a once-toxic Toms River farm from its list of federal Superfund sites, a move that would mark the end of the government …
  • While the rest of the world tackles plastics disposal, the US resists May 18, 2021 7:04 am Eco-Business For the first time ever, international shipments of plastic waste came under global control this year. That’s because disposable plastic — a major pollutant of the world’s waters and atmosphere, fodder for incinerators, occupier of overflowing landfills, …
  • “America’s Trash Can”: Toxic Prisons and Environmental Racism May 3, 2021 1:12 am The Bi College News - Pennsylvania By Emma Schwartz, Staff Writer You can’t escape the toxins in the water at Pennsylvania’s State Correctional Institution Fayette. When I interviewed BP, who was incarcerated at SCI Fayette for 10 years, he spoke of how you feel it every time you take a sip …
  • Brighton Grammar School campus among Victoria’s most toxic sites February 24, 2021 9:24 am The Sydney Morning Herald “There is no current risk to the staff and students with the management controls that are in place. The areas of contamination at the school are covered and not accessible,” according to a spokesman. The EPA and Brighton Grammar have refused to publicly …
  • EPA chief, pushing for second Trump term, outlines vision for agency September 4, 2020 3:21 am The Hill Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Andrew WheelerAndrew WheelerTribes, green groups sue over Trump rollback of water rights OVERNIGHT ENERGY: EPA finalizes rollback of coal plant wastewater regulations | Court for second time strikes down …
  • E-waste recycler under pressure from EPA before fire erupted August 12, 2020 1:25 pm The Age The fire came after MRI was barred from accepting any new e-waste in March by order of the Environment Protection Authority, which discovered the business had amassed an inappropriately large stockpile of materials. And in July the EPA issued a formal …

Critical Theory

  • Marxism a ‘Virus’ That Has Evolved Into Critical Race Theory: Author January 25, 2022 10:15 pm The Epoch Times Marxism is a “virus” that has evolved and infiltrated the United States in the form of critical race theory (CRT), according to James Lindsay, bestselling author and founder of New Discourses. “Marxism has just been evolving,” Lindsay EpochTV’s “Crossroads …
  • Marxist Revolution in the Making in America, Expert Warns January 22, 2022 3:09 am The Epoch Times There is a phenomenon being observed in America today, “an attempt at changing reality” to foster a new Marxist revolution, said Mike Gonzalez, an author of two books on this topic. According to Marxist thought, “reality is just put together by our …
  • Black activists say CRT hurts Martin Luther King’s legacy January 17, 2022 5:57 pm Fox News Texas congressional candidate Wesley Hunt and co-author of 'Black Eye for America' Dr. Carol Swain joined 'Fox & Friends' to discuss the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Black …
  • Let's honor Martin Luther King Jr. today by rejecting critical race theory January 16, 2022 9:12 pm EIN Presswire OPINION: Having fled communist Cuba as a political refugee, I grew up in a school system that created a false reality through Marxism. The Castro regime tried to mold us to become what Che Guevara called the “new man and woman” — who could reform their “ …
  • CRT, DEI, and Marxist Indoctrination January 12, 2022 2:40 am Alabama Gazette Any society which suppresses the heritage of its conquered minorities, prevents their history or denies them their symbols, has sown the seeds of their own destruction. – William Wallace Governments seeking to destroy history typically start with the “low- …
  • 'Wicked' critical race theory January 4, 2022 1:30 am The Washington Times OPINION: Marxist-based critical race theory is distorting not just the principles upon which the nation was founded, but even the facts of recent events. Unchecked, the revisionist history children are being exposed to is a real-life distortion that harms …
  • Don Stratton: Is Critical Race Theory a Marxist Trojan horse? January 1, 2022 10:10 pm The Lima News - Ohio We all know the story of the Trojan Horse, where the Greeks placed a large wooden horse outside the gates of Troy. The Trojans wheeled it into the gates of the city, only to find that soldiers were concealed in it, who then proceeded to conquer the city. …
  • Mark Levin's 'American Marxism' ends 2021 as top-selling adult trade book of the year December 16, 2021 10:36 pm The Blaze It's official: After debuting at No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list, "American Marxism" by Radio Hall of Famer and BlazeTV host Mark Levin was the top-selling adult trade book in 2021. Publisher Threshold Editions, a division of …
  • Educators who teach one-sided narratives on racism are practicing indoctrination | Opinion December 15, 2021 10:22 pm The Tennessean Joseph R. Murray II is a Tennessee educator, education and attorney, and a former speechwriter for Patrick Buchanan. As a young conservative growing up in New Jersey, my time in the Garden State’s public schools was never boring. In a state as blue as Papa …
  • Online events with Helena Norberg-Hodge, Silvia Federici, etc. -- plus 11 book discussions December 15, 2021 6:42 am Indybay - California Upcoming Online Events: "Now" until Thu, 12/16, 3:59 pm -- Anthropocene: The Human Era -- An interactive film about a young woman's dreams of the future in the wake of the climate emergency -- How can we be agents of change? Maybe by …

Vegan Criminology

  • Reminder: Texas Law Regarding Outdoor Pet Restraint is in Effect January 26, 2022 5:44 pm The Messenger - Texas Safe Outdoor Dog Act Effective January 18  By Jason Jones  Messenger Reporter  EAST TEXAS – On January 18, it became illegal for Texas dog owners to chain up their pets outside. Gov. Greg Abbott signed a law in October to help ensure more humane care for …
  • Rise in animal welfare laws? Thank Judie Mancuso. January 26, 2022 5:21 pm Christian Science Monitor Laguna Beach, Calif. It was a civil showdown over animal testing for cosmetics, but animal rights activist Judie Mancuso remembers the firepower bristling in the room. She and three other activists facing 20 deep-pocketed cosmetics industry lobbyists …
  • Once Awash in Controversy, SeaQuest Littleton on a Steadier Course January 26, 2022 4:51 pm Westword - Colorado In addition to the Downtown Aquarium, metro Denver has one other aquatic attraction that's also been swamped by controversy. But SeaQuest Littleton may be turning the ship around, thanks to a new license from the Pet Animal Care Facilities Act (PACFA) …
  • Balance of bear country: Wildlife Commission takes input on future of WNC bear sanctuaries January 26, 2022 4:49 pm The Smoky Mountain News - North Carolina Of the 38 speakers, 32 were opposed while six spoke in favor of the measure , which would allow the Wildlife Commission to issue a limited number of hunting permits in the Panthertown-Bonas Defeat, Pisgah and Standing Indian Bear Sanctuaries within the …
  • Joy Carolyn Jackson pleads to another animal abuse-related violation January 26, 2022 2:27 pm Times Record News - Texas An Iowa Park woman with a history of animal abuse-related offenses has had her punishment adjusted for violating her community supervision agreement. Joy Carolyn Jackson was arrested in October and charged with having animal cages in her possession, which …
  • Ledbetter’s bill to help stop service dog fraud gains key support January 26, 2022 1:41 pm 18 WJTS - Indiana Ledbetter’s bill to help stop service dog fraud gains key support   State Rep. Cindy Ledbetter (R-Newburgh) authored legislation to address a growing trend where people falsely claim their pets as service animals to take them to public spaces like movie …
  • Law protecting tethered dogs goes in effect January 26, 2022 12:15 pm Wylie News - Texas Texas is now a safer place for dogs thanks to the Safe Outdoor Dogs Act, which went into effect Jan. 18 and bars pet owners from using a chain to tether a dog outside. The law, Senate Bill 5, was vetoed last summer by Gov. Greg Abbott but subsequently …
  • Is it OK for a dog to be left out in the cold? Winter safety tips for pet owners January 26, 2022 11:21 am New Jersey Record The idea of an “outside dog,” one that is tough enough to withstand winter’s icy grip, is a myth, animal experts say. It's just one of the dangers the season presents to man's best friend.  “There isn’t one temperature that’s a hard and fast rule …
  • A LIFE GONE WILD: Jeanne Paddison’s lifelong passion for helping animals January 26, 2022 10:33 am Connect Savannah - Georgia One would have to be living under the proverbial rock not to know that one of America’s favorite television personalities of all time, Betty White, spent almost all of her almost 100 years in the defense, support, care, and love of animals. So, it was no …
  • Sacramento Judge Delays Enforcement Of Part Of New California Bacon Law January 26, 2022 4:51 am CBS Sacramento - California LOS ANGELES (AP/CBS13) — A Sacramento County judge decided this week to delay enforcement of part of California’s new farm animal welfare law that critics said would cause price hikes and supply shortages for bacon and other fresh pork products in the …