Mayor Leads Expedition Up… A Crime Summit

Posted on by Townsend Myers

On Saturday, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu told an audience of nearly 2,000 activists, students, officials and relatives of murdered children that over a six month period last year, “a student at John McDonogh was […]

Premature Adjudication

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Photo by IXQUICK

The framers of the Constitution dealt with and were determined to prevent the tactics of tyranny. The Bill of Rights reflects this in that every mandate benefits the individual, usually by forcing […]

Ex-Con Job Fairs… It’s a Fair for All

Posted on by Townsend Myers

People are lined up around the block at a job fair for ex-cons in Houston. Photo from KHOU

We Americans love a redemption story… theoretically. We argue on chat boards for the right of athletes […]

Innocence Is Not Quite What It Used To Be

Posted on by Townsend Myers

Photo by Dima Bushkov

Have you ever admitted guilt when you were innocent? Then I’m assuming you’re married — but don’t feel bad, it seems we’re hard-wired for this type of confession.

But seriously […]

How Much Can You Drink Before You’re Drunk?

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Photo by Kevin Galens

New Orleans is a city that has always considered drinking to be a companion to living. Alcohol is paired with everything from meals and music to carpentry (truly […]

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