News And Society Articles
Expert Author: Deepak Saxena
News has become a commodity in the modern world. There are many sources of all kinds of news including funny news. In the old times when people used to feel the need to know about any event they used to fall back on the word of mouth of their friends and relatives.
Expert Author: Rev Michael Bresciani
Bill O'Reilly was the first to bring up Pat Robertson's statement on the Haitian pact with the devil to rid them of French rule. Bill said he didn't agree with Pat but Dawkins says in an article posted online that at least Robertson is true to his own theology.
Expert Author: Joyce Brady
Senator Noynoy Aquino is currently the leading candidate in most pre-presidential election surveys. Mar Roxas is his running mate. This pair is running for the Liberal Party. Aquino has had a long political career and is defined by the illustrious record of his famous mother, the well loved first female president of the Philippines and his heroic father who died for the sake of freedom.
Expert Author: Rev Michael Bresciani
Those who seek only the truth stand in shock when they discover how few people care about the truth altogether. This is what we call a sad truth. Trying to keep up on current events is hard enough but trying to keep up with the latest fabulous falsehoods, fickle phantasms, feints, fibs, fabrications and flip flops of the far left, Dem's and liberals who now follow the President in metered step is completely exhausting.
Expert Author: Jenny Styles
Where do you go if you want to know what's the latest news about Paris and Paris? What do you do if you need to see what happened to Maria Sharapova after this year's Wimbledon? Who do you ask if you want to know if the storm is still raging dangerously in Taiwan? How can you find out about the latest news regarding George Bush's fight against international terrorism? For those questions and just about everything else that you may find yourself curious about, we only have one answer: check out the New York Times.
Juvenile violent crime rates increased 62 per cent from 1988 to 1993, and then declined by just 6 per cent from 1993 through 1997, according to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP). However, the rates for juvenile drug and curfew violations, sex offenses, and simple assaults have continued to increase. The greater the number of risk factors and the fewer the resiliency factors the greater the risk that a youth will commit a violent act. To prevent dangerousness in youth, we need to understand the sources of the problem and intervene appropriately.
If you've ever been convicted of a crime, no matter how small, you know the stigma that you carry with you because of that conviction. Unfortunately, even something as minor as a shoplifting charge or disorderly conduct conviction can make life difficult in so many areas.
Those who think that getting information on a person with a criminal record is as easy as picking up a phone and making a call may find this article an eye opener. It isn't that you can't get the information. The problem is that part or all of the information itself may not be available or even recorded.
"To err is human". What a very easy quotation to say! A person who is continuously committing wrong doings against anybody is just human, so it can be chuckled. In the morals of a civilized world, consequences are bound by codes and decrees. Each individual has an imaginary private bubble that once intruded would mean trespassing. When a person violates a moral law of an individual or group, then he has done a CRIME. If only the offended one can smile and let it pass, but any mark of it always become history in archives of criminal records that are publicly available as reference. It could mean the destruction of lifetime opportunities and worst---future.
"I believe that when man evolves a civilization higher than the mechanized but still primitive one he has now, the eating of human flesh will be sanctioned. For then man will have thrown off all of his superstitions and irrational taboos." - Diego Rivera