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The Lesson of the Cosby Case

I remember watching I Spy back in the 1960s and I remember that I enjoyed Robert Culp and Bill Cosby in it. At the time I was too young to realize that having a black man in such a role was … Continue reading

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The Sad Case of Rob Ford

When a celebrity falls from grace it provides plenty of fodder for comedians. When a politician does it the comedians have at them, usually with vicious satire, and the politician also gets it from the news commentators, as well as … Continue reading

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Denial

In child sex abuse cases there tends to be a higher degree of denial than in almost any other crime.  While prisons are full of criminals who supposedly didn’t do the crimes for which they were convicted there are scant … Continue reading

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