Category Archives: Crime

Is Dungeons & Dragons a Constitutional right?

Let’s first dispense with the obvious geek jokes about Kevin Singer, whom the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled does not have a Constitutional right to play Dungeons & Dragons in prison: Singer failed his luck roll. His Spell of … Continue reading

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Fort Hood hero: White woman or Black man?

With blazing gun and selfless courage, the 5-foot-4, 120-pound female police officer stopped Nidal Malik Hasan’s rampage at Fort Hood. Sergeant Kimberly Denise Munley, mother of two and SWAT team marksman, leaped from her squad her and gunned down Hasan … Continue reading

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Terrorists determined to attack U.S. military bases

It’s too early to say who was responsible for the attack at Fort Hood. But the fact that the Army is reporting multiple shooters indicates an organized group. Before we automatically blame Al Qaeda, it’s important to remember that the … Continue reading

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Why are Yale murder victims more important?

One word keeps popping up in the Annie Le murder headlines. The word is “Yale”.  “Lab worker arrested in Yale student’s killing” blared CNN’s headline this morning. “Yale Murder: Crime of Passion? ” asked ABCnews.com. Even Britain Guardian’s newspaper proclaimed … Continue reading

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