Since entering prison for a petty crime as Michael Gordon Peterson - from which he later changed to Bronson - he has obtained the infamous reputation as being one of the most ruthless and unpredictably violent inmates to ever carry a prison sentence in Great Britain. There have been many books about him, and even a critically acclaimed film starring Tom Hardy (of Dark Knight … [Read more...] about Most Violent Inmate, very prolific Artist: Charles Bronson
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With her head bent down staring at the floor, saliva running down her chin, a woman is unable to lift her head or close her mouth. Acid has melted her skin. An estimated 1500 people per year are victims of acid attacks; 80 percent of whom are female and 40 percent are under the age of 18. Although acid attacks are becoming increasingly common in countries such as India, … [Read more...] about Acid Attacks: The New Gender Terrorism
Had Julian Assange looked out from his window in the Ecuadorian embassy in London this week, a baying crowd of photographers, journalists and bemused tourists would have stared back. I was one of them. Assange has been holed up on Ecuadorian soil in the middle of Knightsbridge, overlooking Harrod’s, for two long years. The founder of WikiLeaks, he is facing serious, … [Read more...] about How Important is our Privacy?
A lot has been written about the War on Drugs and about college student debt, but rarely are the two issues connected. I would argue, however, that the transfer of funds from higher education to the War on Drugs is one of the main causes of the dramatic rise in higher education student debt. The overwhelming proportion of individuals both participating in higher education … [Read more...] about Funding the War on Drugs Leads to a Rise in College Student Debt