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The Death (Penalty) of Kelly Gissendaner – Where Do You Stand?

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The Death Penalty has always been and will always be a controversial topic. Taking someone’s life is a hard and permanent decision. Kelly Gissendaner, the only female on Georgia’s death row, was executed after all of her appeals had been exhausted all the way to the Supreme Court. Not even a letter from the Pope himself could save her. The execution had been delayed three times for various reasons, hundreds of people rallied to her support saying she’s changed, found God, rehabilitated, etc, but no one was trying to hear it, especially the victim’s family and the parole board. The guy who actually did the killing received life in prison for testifying against her.

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Getting Fat in Jail is a Rehab #Fail

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Getting Fat in Jail is a Rehab #Fail

Toxic Chemicals Contribute to Weight Gain

During the past 20 years there has been a significant increase in weight gain and obesity in the United States. In most developed countries, current estimates suggest that women, in particular, are gaining weight on an average of 450g per year despite the plethora of low fat, no fat products and multitude diets and weight loss gadgets. Could it be that our modern day, chemical-laden lives are making us fat? Via (NaturalNews.com)

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Taxing the Inmates Taxes the Families

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Taxing the Inmates Taxes the Families – Since the subject of taxes is on the forefront of Americans, I thought I’d pass along a poem by Charley Ressee . After you read this, you might ask yourself, what doe s this have to do with inmates? Inmates are being charged to be incarcerated. That is taxing.

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50 Shades of Inmates – Incarceration Does Not Discriminate

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50 Shades of Inmates – Incarceration Does Not Discriminate – When Do We Break The Cycle?

“That’s just my baby daddy.” “ He didn’t mean it. I shouldn’t have been running my mouth.” “ I don’t need school. I just need to get high”. “ Nobody ever got addicted to marijuana.” “I can finish school later.” “He ain’t done nothing for his baby.” Round and round we go. Where we stop nobody knows. The sad part about all of that is we should. We should know where to stop it and how to stop it. It is a tragedy when the constant theme in society has been the same for over the last 30 years. Enough is enough! We need to BREAK THE CYCLE. Here and now. Today. Let’s make a conscious effort to say NO MORE!

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