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  • A callous app from NRA

    The callousness, the sheer idiocy, of some organizations never ceases to amaze me. A month after the slaughter of 20 children and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, the National Rifle Association has released a new game that...
  • Bondi, police want power to take on websites advertising sex

    Bondi, police want power to take on websites advertising sex
    A two-word change proposed to one of the nation's first online laws has triggered a battle between law enforcement and Internet libertarians. On one side, top law enforcers for nearly every state, including Florida, are calling on Congress to change a...
  • Outrage and the acquittal of George Zimmerman

     
    Tuesday's print column There are a lot of things for civil rights activists — heck, for all decent people — to be outraged about when it comes to the issue of race in America. Chronic poverty and high unemployment and......
  • Taking out drug lords is nice, but we need more than perp walks

    The capture of Los Zetas top kingpin was a major coup for Mexico's new President Enrique Pena Nieto. At least that's what initial press accounts lead one to believe. The bruised face of Miguel Angel Trevino Morales was paraded, and officials gloated...
  • 'Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2' has success in its sights

    GamerHub.tv Years of training. Months of planning. Days of waiting. Once the target is located, it only takes a second of action to complete the mission. "Sniper: Ghost Warrior 2" places players back behind the scope as a sniper on a mission. The...
  • Joel Brinkley: Mess in Honduras has US fingerprints

    The State Department issued a new travel advisory last week for a neighbor state, Honduras, warning potential American visitors that they risk being kidnapped or killed. What's more, it said, if they face a problem, the police may not even show up. If...
  • New luggage blocks ID theft on the road

    New luggage blocks ID theft on the road
    At some point between the time she disembarked from a recent cruise in Miami and returned to Carmel, Ind., someone decided to go shopping with Jody Tzucker's credit card. "They bought cigars and other odd things in Miami," says Tzucker, a retired...
  • Experts on the stand

    Every single day in the criminal and civil justice systems, expert witnesses are testifying in trials and civil depositions. They are all paid witnesses, some very highly paid. Recently, Dr. Vincent DiMaio testified in the George Zimmerman trial that...
  • Swift Justice: Jailed contractor, last will and testament, and drunk drivers

    Dear Jackie, This past year, I signed a written contract to replace my back porch. Unwisely, I gave the contractor approximately one half of the total cost ($7,500) up front for materials. The job was supposed to be completely by a certain time. However,...
  • Torture museums in Europe

    You may think that the endless security lines at the airport are torturous -- but they are child's play compared with what heretics and criminals faced in the Middle Ages. Medieval torture was used both to extract confessions and to punish the convicted...
  • Avoiding scams and pickpockets

    Avoiding scams and pickpockets
    The Louvre is Europe's oldest, biggest, greatest and second-most-crowded museum (after the Vatican). It is home to Mona Lisa, Venus de Milo, Michelangelo statues and paintings by the greatest artists from the Renaissance to the Romantics. Lately it is...