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Pretty Boy Floyd

I stumbled across an historically questionable movie on the Web late this past summer featuring Pretty Boy Floyd. The movie, “Public Enemies” piqued my interest in unsavory characters. As far as notorious criminals go, Pretty Boy Floyd was one of the most unsettling gangsters. … Continue reading

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Defamatory Intent

Law school libraries are filled with shelves of books regarding libel and slander.  The two main types of defamation have been debated and studied by legal experts and scholars. I cannot even begin to claim that I know the intricacies … Continue reading

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Freedom Of Information Day

Judging by what we’ve heard about U.S. Government surveillance, I’d say that the feds are free to acquire whatever they want from us, but not the other way around.   Until proven otherwise, I’ll continue to hold that opinion. My events … Continue reading

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What About D.B. Cooper?

So far, there has only been one unsolved, successful hijacking  of an airliner over American airspace. The FBI and other investigators have run into more than 1,000 dead ends in their efforts to finally figure out just who adopted the … Continue reading

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Chaplin, A Victim Of The Red Panic

Officially sanctioned U.S. paranoia of the late 1940s and the 1950s caused much grief and hardship among liberal thinking people and much of the entertainment industry in those days. After the end of the second world war, the defense establishment … Continue reading

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The Pine Ridge Shootout

The area of southwest South Dakota and the neighboring portion of Nebraska have been called the most poverty striken places in the United States.  Allen, South Dakota has been offficially cited as having the lowest per captia income rate in … Continue reading

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