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Clarence Thomas and Affirmative Action
The Supreme Court weighs in on the latest iteration of affirmative action. It is an issue that has divided the country for many years. Much of the division is a lack of historical perspectives. The notion that African-Americans would enjoy a benefit because of the...
Fear and Bias in Policing
Webster defines fear as an unpleasant, often strong emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger. It is evident in the behavior of humans, particularly during stressful situations. As a 30+ year member of the Pennsylvania State Police, I've witnessed many...
A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words
Like many Americans, when I was awakened by the news that George Floyd had died as result of a police encounter, I was mortified. In that instance, the pictures were worth more than a thousand words. To see a police officer with his knee on the neck of a person who is...