THE POWER OF LOVE

Posted by Marshall Frank on  February 4, 2008
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Category: General
Now that more than six years have passed, the tragedy of 9/11 has become old news. It’s off the charts, a memory only to those who are already in high school. We have moved on to more important issues in the election year: Health care, education, immigration, social security and, of course, the wars overseas. We think of 9/11 now, more like we think about Pearl Harbor, a day that will live in infamy, but

9-11: DID AMERICA FALL INTO A CLEVER TRAP?

Posted by Marshall Frank on  January 20, 2008
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Category: Radical Islam
What if the 9/11 attack was intended as a diversion? What if the true purpose of the attack was to draw our military and fiscal resources half way around the globe while our enemy infiltrates through the back door? If so, we — and our government — have foolishly taken the bait. Food for thought. This is not a wild theory. It is entirely possible. Most of my readers know that I have conducted extensive

COPS IN PRISON – WHERE'S THE OUTRAGE?

Posted by Marshall Frank on  January 1, 2008
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Category: Criminal Justice
Where is the National PBA? The National FOP? The International Association of Chiefs of Police? The National Association of Police Organizations? Why are the cops of America remaining silent? Where is the outrage? In September of 2007, nearly 20,000 demonstrators marched on the small town of Jena, Louisiana to protest what they thought were discriminatory practices by the prosecutors office against local blacks. It brought national attention to an issue which is still yet to
Where is the National PBA? The National FOP? The International Association of Chiefs of Police? The National Association of Police Organizations? Why are the cops of America remaining silent? Where is the outrage? In September of 2007, nearly 20,000 demonstrators marched on the small town of Jena, Louisiana to protest what they thought were discriminatory practices by the prosecutors office against local blacks. It brought national attention to an issue which is still yet to

THE TWELVE BEST HAPPENINGS OF 2007

Posted by Marshall Frank on  December 28, 2007
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Category: General
On the 27th of this month, I published the Worst Happenings of 2007. Now, it’s time to think positive. I know, nobody asked, but here goes. * Regardless of one’s position on the Iraq war, there is no argument that the change in strategy and in leadership has produced positive results, with American deaths down from 121 in the month of May, to sixteen thus far in December, albeit sixteen too many. The rising outrage