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This is a continuation of my previous blog on a book by Tom Diaz called "The Last Gun."
In his latest book, Tom Diaz, a former gun enthusiast and an ex-member of the National Rifle Association, the first chapter is appropriately called “A Reign of Terror.” How true this is, as the data he presents show.
Includes articles on residential substance abuse treatment, faith-based halfway houses, youth justice in Nigeria, and gun control laws.
Mike Males asserts that young people are politically vulnerable and scapegoated when it comes to gun control laws. Listen to the discussion on HuffPost Live.
"Bad information breeds expedient, ineffective policy, as exemplified by the administration’s surviving gun initiatives..."
It has now been more than a week since the dramatic event that came at the end of the annual Boston Marathon. What concerns me the most is the media coverage and what many would call an overreaction by law enforcement.
What Sandy Hook [-] did was shine a spotlight on school safety.
Last week, while defiantly declaring the end of California's prison crisis, Gov. Jerry Brown insisted further reductions in prison overcrowding "cannot be achieved without the early release of inmates serving time for serious or violent felonies"
A look at societal attitudes towards youth and delinquency.
Explore how California’s 58 counties send their residents to correctional institutions with interactive maps, charts, and downloadable data.
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