Josh Douglas, a law professor at the University of Kentucky, says reforms at the local level are a roadmap for the future.
The wrong-headed view is that only the government can change the game. That is the old way of thinking - the life blood of economic growth and prosperity will come primarily from the ground game, not the government game.
Repairing community-police relations and building the necessary trust and legitimacy will not be easy, and will take time. But the current state of affairs provides us with both extraordinary challenges and extraordinary opportunities for real and meaningful reform. Let us roll up our sleeves and begin the journey.
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The display of anger followed a vast march in Caracas on Thursday that opposition leaders say has emboldened President Maduro’s foes after 17 years of socialist rule.
I left Rio de Janeiro five days before the end of the Olympics; this 16-day event, which has been dubbed the "greatest show on earth," the "biggest show on television," or simply the biggest circus, closes on August 21.
Further encouraging services of public interest and duty, the group are pressing to ensure the BBC acts in favour of the public, not profit and to consider secure and transparent long-term sources of funding. Of equal importance to the coalition and of great public interest is for the government to implement Lord Justice Leveson's proposals in full.
"There was a need for a place for people to find individuals to date within certain parameters that are both safe and private
In the course of the conversation with my neighbor, I mentioned events coming up in the next couple of weeks that I needed
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Brazil is at a crossroads. The country retains its tremendous potential. But to reach it, it must pick the right fork in the road.
College For Convicts presents the facts, figures and rationale for educating prisoners. Prisoners with a college degree are much less likely to recidivate.
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At a time when the European project is at a standstill due to successive crises that have triggered nationalist pushes throughout the European Union, political ideologues and forecasters struggle to predict what awaits, or give a clear path that would enable Europeans to feel inclined to take the experiment further. One element they seem to agree upon, though, is the necessity for influential member states to be led by powerful, respected and visionary leaders.
Bombs and more bombs can kill but they cannot eradicate perverted teachings, hate and injustice. It's time to face facts, address the problem globally, and now, before it permeates every corner of the world.
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The West is in denial by refusing to acknowledge the obvious. There's no quick fix for defeating terrorism. The terrorism we see today is the descendant of many generations of intertwined missteps. The fallout has been global.
Yeah, he said that last night at a rally in Des Moines, specifically addressing "the school-aged kids" in the audience. Cute, right?
Apparently, caring about kids' health is another position that just won't fly in an election year.
Prosecutors have the power to prevent almost all wrongful convictions by seeking the truth, not just a conviction. If the pursuit of justice were the only goal, innocent men and women would not find themselves collateral casualties.
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"I don't like the word 'alien' because I feel like green is not my color."
a future President as well. And as Vice President she would be experienced and primed to be a much larger platform for her