Every Child born as good child but environment changing the children to involve in doing wrong. So in order to punish them why cant we take steps to stop crime from childhood.
by janesix 3 years ago
I think it is due to the erosion of families. Mothers no longer stay home with their young children, and fathers are no where to be seen in a large percentage of families. The kids don't have a father figure, and I think this leads to joining gangs, dropping out of school, and criminal behavior. Am...
by Stacie L 6 years ago
New York lawmakers seek to criminalize viewing of child p*rnBy M. Alex Johnson, msnbc.comA day after the state's top court found that simply viewing child p*rnography wasn't a crime in New York, two legislators said Wednesday that they would soon introduce a measure to make it one.Reuters...
by realtalk247 3 years ago
Why do people continue to champion broken homes & single parenting when the effects are devastating?Answers article stated: "It is so important for children to have a stable home life. In a broken home it is difficult for children to find a sense of security because experience shows them...
by ldferb 4 years ago
Is a single-parent home the best atmosphere to raise children?Even if one parent is stable and well-rounded do you think that children will fair better than they would in a two-parent environment?
by Josak 6 years ago
A few years back I met a man who had been a child soldier in the Sierra Leone conflict, in one of the most harrowing conversations I have ever had over a whole evening he told me about the things he had seen and done, some of which are literally too heinous to write here, from murder to cannibalism...
by ngureco 20 months ago
If You Were Made The Pope, The Most Immediate Change You Would Make Is To Allow Priests Get Married?
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