When we fail, we often say we’ll try and do better. Damn! We just failed again. The correct expression is “try to”, not “try and”. More »
Yearning to express your feelings for your valentine in an anatomically correct way...that's also made out of yarn...and miniature? Then Crochet specialist Louie's Loops has just the homemade valentine project for you! Read more on MAKE The post Be Still My Crocheted Anatomical Heart appeared first on Make:.
I have written many times on corrective services in relation to rehabilitative and restorative processes, and the lack of them, concerning offenders and victims. Perhaps it is timely to revisit the Alexander Maconochie Centre (AMC), which may have escaped public notice and attention and may give context to further conversations on the subject of how Canberra [...]
I saw so much over the last few days, my head is swimming with ideas - which I guess is the point of NCECA. I took a bunch of photos, but I need to go through them and attach the correct names to the works, and then I can share them....Show More Summary
I’ve been getting some emails and tweets asking me if a viral video called “209 Seconds That Will Make You Question Your Entire Existence,” about astronomical scale, is correct or not. Before we get into it, the answer is, “Yes,...Show More Summary
`` "There was some misinformation released this week by an individual who acted as a mouthpiece for HSBC. We already covered the correct HSBC information in our March 10th KWN interview. Regardless, as you can see from the letter,Show More Summary
Bernard Kerik tells the story of his fall from city correction and police commissioner to federal prison inmate.
I love when actors are candid, and can reflect harshly on the characters they’ve played. And sometimes, just sometimes, it’s the characters flaws that make them so relatable. If I remember correctly, on the very first episode of “The X-Files” (1993), Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) is introduced to Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), who is the […]
``Importantly, it has reached the point where the risks associated with a bursting global Bubble overshadow policy discussions and objectives. Policymakers now endeavor to completely repress market self-adjusting and correcting mechanisms (i.e. Show More Summary
The Washington Post missed the opportunity to correct Stanley Fisher, the vice-chair of the Federal Reserve Board, on his arguments for raising interest rates. An article on the prospect of Fed rate hikes later this year quoted Fisher on the desirability of raising rates so that the Fed would have room to use normal monetary policy (i.e. Show More Summary
Investigators tried to look into the beating of an inmate by guards at New York’s famously tough Attica prison, still remembered for a lethal 1971 uprising, but ran into trouble: “Under their union contract, corrections officers areShow More Summary
Amb. Bolton says Obama/Kerry Iran deal which Netanyahu publicly exposed through Congress would be a free-hand for Iran to develop nuclear weapons. A U.N. Vote Is Irrelevant to the Iran Deal The Security Council can’t stop the U.S. from using force to protect itself from anyone’s nuclear weapons. Show More Summary
From Standpoint Magazine April 2015 FOR YEARS a few of us have warned that modern “liberals” would live to regret abandoning the principle that you should only censor speech when it incited violence. We would enjoy our vindication if the unravelling of progressive assumptions was not so extraordinarily menacing. Political correctness is eating itself. It […]
Bill Maher made politically correct liberals the subject of his show-ending new rule tonight, even telling liberal media watchdog Media Matters to "shut the fck up."
Better out than in. That's the unofficial motto of the Norwegian Correctional Service. And they seem to mean it. In Norway, there is no death penalty and there are no life sentences. NYT Magazine's Jessica Benko visited Norway's Halden...Show More Summary
It's been nearly three months since Teresa Giudice reported to prison, and insiders she's finally beginning to settle into the routine of life in the big house. Unfortunately for Teresa, the world outside of Danbury Correctional Institution...Show More Summary
On “The Daily Show” Thursday, Jon Stewart mocked Fox News for its recent self-congratulatory coverage of “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot,” which many at Fox, including Megyn Kelly, correctly raised doubts about having actually happened as others ran with the phrase as fact. Show More Summary
(This March 26th story has been corrected to remove 'in the next two years' from headline and first paragraph) (Reuters) - Google Inc said it would pay its new Chief Financial Officer, Ruth Porat, more than $70 million through a combination of restricted stock units and a biennial grant. Show More Summary
Is gold about to "run out"? The correct answer to that question is the likelihood of that happening is precisely 0%. However, that is not the conclusion one would come to from the Zerohedge headline Peak Gold? Goldman Calculates There...Show More Summary
If you love a Capricorn, here’s how to go the distance with an ambitious, loyal, persistent and methodical someone who’s always got her eye on the prize — in this case, you!