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Penn State/Catholic Church – Not Exactly the Same

Back in November, I wrote an article entitled, “Give Sandusky a Millstone” about the predatory behavior of Coach Jerry Sandusky at Penn State.  At the time I wrote it, I was 100% positive that the higher-ups at Penn State were well aware of what was going on and said absolutely nothing in order to maintain […]


…then we tattoo him, then we hang him, and then we kill him.  Those are a few of the lines in the biker bar scene in Pee Wee Herman’s Big Adventure.  And they’re most appropriate for the guy I’m writing about. Mark Berndt, age 61, was a teacher with over 30 years experience at the […]

Just Plain Dumb or a Really Bad Guy?

Sometimes I think there’s a fine line between being incredibly dumb and criminal behavior. Andre Curry, aged 21, was watching his 22-month old daughter last month and decided to use painter’s tape on her.  If you don’t think he’s stupid for doing that, he posted the picture on Facebook and then wrote the following, “This […]


This past August, a Baltimore conference was sponsored by B4U-ACT, a group of pro-pedophile mental health professionals and sympathetic activists.  Yep, you read that correctly.  Their goal is to eliminate pedophilia from the list of mental illnesses in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), which is scheduled to undergo a significant revision […]

What Was She Thinking?

I don’t generally comment on events, political or otherwise, in other countries because there’s far too many things in America I don’t get.  Just last week I warned against committing crimes outside the U.S. lest you subject yourself to the laws of another country. When it comes to children, I find it impossible to heed […]


While many intellectuals, academics and liberals advocate for the legalization of marijuana and the use of medical marijuana, I would venture to say that few, if any, have worked in the area of child abuse and neglect.  I have for over twenty years.  I can safely say that between 70-80% of those cases are the […]