It’s Not About Hispanics; It’s About The Law!
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Weir Only Human USA — February 12, 2019 — As our country tries to secure its southern border, where most of the illegal drugs and human sex trafficking enters, those who support a border wall are called racists, or anti-immigrant. Incidentally, Hispanics are originally of European descent, therefore they’re from the Caucasian race, meaning if non-Hispanic whites are prejudiced toward …

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Texas Sheriff Talks About Drugs and Human Trafficking!
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Weir Only Human One of the most heinous acts against humanity is the crime of smuggling women across borders and selling them to sex traffickers. Unlike the crime of human smuggling that includes willing participation by the smuggler and the smuggled, for which both can be convicted of a felony, sex traffickers commit crimes against the trafficked persons by using …

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When All Else Fails, Yell “Racism!”
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Weir Only Human It’s become axiomatic in our country that anyone who disagrees with a minority group member, or a leftwing radical, will be branded a racist. You believe we need a wall on our southern border to stem the flow of dangerous drugs and human trafficking? You must be a racist! You say Al Sharpton is a tax-evading demagogue? …

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How Many Racists Do You Know?
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Weir Only Human I guess, depending where they live or what education level they have, there may still be some bozos that discriminate against people based on their race. Nothing is absolute when it comes to the complexities of human beings. But, the days when people would raise their children to hate those who look different from them are just …

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What Are We Doing Wrong With Our Prisons?
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Weir Only Human It’s common knowledge that crime imposes substantial fiscal and social costs on our country. In 2016, about 1.5 % of our Nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) was spent funding the State and Federal criminal justice system. Moreover, victims and society at large also bear significant costs through pain, suffering, reduced quality of life, property losses, increased medical costs, …

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Running the Antarctic Ice Marathon
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Weir Only Human Robert Browning, the great English poet and playwright wrote, “A man’s reach should exceed his grasp, or what’s a heaven for?” I take that to mean, if we are to be truly happy we must not limit our challenges, we must challenge our limits. Throughout our lives we face challenges in many forms; from simply getting through …

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When Is a Girl, a Boy?
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Weir Only Human Every time I think I’ve heard the most outrageous example of cultural decline I can imagine, another one emerges to fracture any connection to common sense reasoning. The latest illustration of how distorted our educational institutions have become is the news that West Point High, a West Point, Virgina high school has fired a teacher because he …

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A Woman of Substance
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Weir Only Human Sixty-three years ago this week, there was a day that began just like every other day in the life of the diminutive black lady in a southern city, where people of her color suffered indignities on a daily basis. It was December 1, 1955, and the struggle for civil rights was in its infancy. But it wasn’t …

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America Finds Its Heroes In Times Of Need
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Weir Only Human I’m not old enough to remember the mood of the country during World War 2, but America’s sentiments can be readily understood by viewing any of the movies made during the war against the Axis powers in Europe. Even during the 50’s, a decade after the troops were back home, the films continued to portray the greatness …

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How Much Justice Can You Afford?
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Weir Only Human How many times in our lives have we noticed that some people are above the law? As much as we’d like to believe otherwise, our experiences reveal that life in definitely not fair. It’s almost like a law of nature that people with power will use it to violate rules because they feel certain that, if caught, …

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