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Monthly Archives: February 2024

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A “Financial Pandemic”

By Julia Kefalinos |

While the pandemic may be behind us, the repercussions linger on. One of those problems that financial guru Suzi Orman portends is of a financial pandemic on the way, one that will take many Americans by surprise.  The impact could be devastating on the financial well-being of those who are caught unprepared. Debt  Although… Read More »

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When Federal Officers use Deadly Force

By Julia Kefalinos |

There have been over 150 fatalities at the hands of federal officers—DEA, FBI, US Marshals, or ATF—in the past five years.  Another 80 or so people were wounded. We know that these federal agencies are tasked with going after bad guys—but still—there are questions about the tactics they use and the results they get…. Read More »

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Pro Athletes Play in Spite of Domestic Violence

By Julia Kefalinos |

Although most people would say that it’s important to hold perpetrators of domestic violence (DV) accountable for their actions, there is some disagreement as to what that means in practice. In the world of professional sports, does it mean an abuser’s actions will be tolerated so that their participation in their sport is unaffected?… Read More »

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