Has the relaxation of money laws created more criminal activity?
Why did they get rid of the debtors prision?
Deregulation of corporate law is the culprit of todays economic showdown, housing , banking , wall street, the auto companies, Yes , and still no fix, room fulls of regulators and still this happens, relaxed regs, and extremely relaxed gov. oversight.....
by Andrew Spacey 5 years ago
Thieves are stealing our articles.What can we do?Internet thieves are laughing their heads off,all the way to the bank in many cases. All they need do is copy content, sit back and enjoy the rewards. What can authors/writers do to help stop this blatant criminal activity? DMCA filing doesn't work....
by IslandBites 5 years ago
The Supreme Court concluded criminal suspects can be subjected to a police DNA test after arrest -- before trial and conviction...Do you agree with the decision?
by Rachel Woodruff 7 years ago
I am reading my text book, and I don't understand this sentence:Neighborhoods characterized by transience and instability, Cloward and Ohlin argue, offer few opportunities to get ahead in organized criminal activities.Maybe it's me but I don't understand that, I am hoping someone can explain it too...
by Blessed53 6 years ago
Do you feel it is right to report criminal activity to the proper authorities?What lengths are you willing to go to to help fight crime by reporting it to help fight for victims' rights, whether alive or dead, or do you not want to "get involved" and turn your head he other way and say,...
by Jack Lee 5 months ago
The Russian collusion has dominated the main street media for over a year now.What is going on? It is time for the special counsel Mueller to wrap things up.Either he has evident or not. No more fishing expeditions.This investigation has taken its course. Time to end it and move on... ...
by Parapsychology 8 years ago
There are many methods available that boast to make you relaxed. Some of the techniques I have listed in my hub. But which one is the best available technique?
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