How many times do we have to see justice dished out in exquisite, lavish portions to those with money while those without are forced to eat scrapings from a trough filled with a rancid stew made of prosecutorial misconduct, judicial malfeasance, police overreach, forced confessions, and mishandled evidence before we recognize a problem.
Dr. Gleb Tsipursky How Not to Let Cognitive Biases Control Us When Dealing with COVID Why have so many people made so many bad decisions in dealing with COVID, from the start of the pandemic onwards? On the one hand, many ignored the information about the pandemic at first, dismissing its importance. Plenty believed […]
9-11 Reflections; Where We Were Twenty Years Ago Today Editor’s Note: On this landmark, twenty years to the day since America was attacked by the forces of Islamic extremism, we invited readers to share with us their reflections, recollections and impressions of what they felt and experienced on the morning of September 11, […]
How To Cope With Depression In The Post-Pandemic Recovery Are you, or someone you know, struggling to cope with depression as we’re transitioning out of the pandemic? What you or they are going through isn’t as uncommon as you might think. According to a recent study published in JAMA Network Open, depression has […]
by Richard Cameron “Q” Has Left The Building – Where Do They Go One And All From Here? As a photo emerges from a negative saturated in a darkroom developer tank, placed in a stop bath, fixed, rinsed and dried, so is a picture developing of the diminishing influence of […]
American History’s First “Big Lie” National Compass is pleased to feature another of guest contributor Robert E. Blackwell’s insightful essays from his Facebook column, “500 Words or Less.” There was violence. There was loss of life. There was property damage. All of it was followed by a corporate movement that first deluded itself, then […]