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Too Much ‘Democracy’: Should Ordinary People Choose The Deliverers of Justice?

The United States of America is the only nation in the world which enfranchises its population in the selection of the principal authorities for law and order. Currently, forty three states in America have an elected chief law enforcement officer: The … Continue reading

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From “Free Huey!” to #BlackLivesMatter: The United States’ Continuing Failure Toward its African-American Youths.

Saturday marked the 50th anniversary since the inception of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense in Oakland on 15 October, 1966. Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale were two typical African-American youths growing up in a 1960s America that persecuted its black citizens, while, at … Continue reading

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The Continuing Persecution of Julian Assange

The UK government is going to extreme lengths to arrest a man wanted for ‘questioning’ over, clearly spurious, sexual assault allegations and for skipping his bail. Why does the UK Foreign Office wish to jeopardise its relations with the countries … Continue reading

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