Drug Courts Work — how they work and why — and why they are necessary

Drug courts and other specialty courts (mental health, veterans, etc) are effective.  Here is but one example of an actual message received from a former participant in the 33rd Judicial District Court’s Drug Court program which I created in 2005: Continue reading “Drug Courts Work — how they work and why — and why they are necessary”

Bring prayer back — everywhere …

 

[U.S. Army Medal of Honor with neck band]  (LOC)
[U.S. Army Medal of Honor with neck band] (LOC) (Photo credit: The Library of Congress)
(updated to include full invocation) I will not here bore wrong-headed fools with the arguments emanating from the Declaration of Independence, nor from the Constitution of the United States. No greater argument for the justification of prayer in America, universally practiced and honored among all faiths, can be made than that which was prayed today in the ceremony awarding the Congressional Medal of Honor to Staff Sgt. Clinton Romesha (Ret.). An excerpt:
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