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Capital Punishment in the United States By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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No state has an absolute right to put its worst criminals to death although a majority of a state's residents may wish to confer that right on it. Of course all states do kill people, even where they... More > do not have the death penalty. Our police are armed (by the state) and people get killed in shoot outs with them. Majority opinion is typically in favor of the death penalty, with recent surveys indicating around a 60 – 65% level of support. Opponents believe that it is wrong for the state to kill, per se.< Less
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Faces of Child Abuse in America By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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I believe that this book contains a compelling insight and over view to what I consider to be perhaps the most heinous of crime committed upon children here in the United States, which is viewed... More > quite differently in many other parts of the world. We can all agree that the Courts here in the United States play a most significant role in our lives. I would therefore have to conclude that awareness, perception; definition and documentation of such hilarious acts demand and require immediate reporting and investigating. It is possible for me to believe that changes have occurred over the years; however, I don’t believe significantly enough to eradicate the problem that haunts families, communities, and every social fiber inherent to mankind. When viewing rape, sexual assault, and sexual molestation we need to take into consideration that more likely than not it includes endangerment, criminal coercion, kidnapping, unlawful imprisonment, trespassing, harassment and even stalking.< Less
Veterans Administration: ABroken System By Stephen Reed,BS.Rel,MS.Theo,MSW,Paralegal/Legal Assistant
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The new agency was responsible for medical services for war veterans; disability compensation and allowances for World War I veterans; life insurance; bonus certificates; retirement payments for... More > emergency officers; Army and Navy pensions; and retirement payments for civilian employees. During the next decade, from 1931 to 1941, VA hospitals would increase from 64 to 91, and the number of beds would rise from 33,669 to 61,849. In March 1933, President Roosevelt persuaded Congress to pass the Economy Act. A response to the Great Depression, the measure included a repeal of all previous laws granting benefits for veterans of the Spanish-American War and all subsequent conflicts and periods of peacetime service. It also gave the President authority to issue new veterans benefits.< Less

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