Monthly Archives: February 2016

Meet Doris Payne, Grand Larcenist

A Note to—or at Least a Note on, Since It’s Doubtful She’ll Ever See it—a Now-Elderly Woman Who’s Well Practiced in the Arts of Grand Theft and of Self-Justification, Respectively By Ken K. Gourdin Doris Payne is an 85-year-old Atlanta … Continue reading

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The Hammonds, the Bundys, the Tenth Amendment, and the Oregon Wildlife Refuge Building Occupation

The Hammonds, the Bundy’s the Tenth Amendment, and the Oregon Wildlife Refuge Building Occupation By Ken K. Gourdin In no way do I support the actions of the Hammond or Bundy families, who led the effort to protest what they … Continue reading

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State of Utah v. Robert Cameron Houston

Should Robert Cameron Houston, Murderer of Raechaele Elton, Ever Walk Free Again? I Don’t Think So By Ken K. Gourdin Robert Cameron Houston, as a juvenile, was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after he raped … Continue reading

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