Tag Archives: Minnesota

The Crime of Electronic Health Records

When we get older and start to see through the crap, younger people often lump us together as out-of-step seniors. This pertains to many areas of life including electronics. When many of us warned of the dangers of electronic health … Continue reading

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Minnesota’s Failed Child Abuse System

The State of Minnesota believed it had come up with a way to manage child abuse and lower expenses.  When a claim of suspected physical, emotional, or sexual child abuse is brought forward to the counties responsible for investigating — … Continue reading

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Child Abuse in Minnesota (Follow-Up)

As commented upon here (December 5, 2014), I am highly invested in the protection and empowerment of abused children.  I noted at that time that the state of Minnesota has failed our children by repeatedly placing at-risk kids back in … Continue reading

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Our Failure to Protect Our Children From Abuse

I am deeply invested in empowering abused children and in the prevention of child physical abuse, child sexual abuse, and child neglect.  I have been a psychotherapist and psychologist for children and families for almost 40 years.  I have served … Continue reading

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Mark Ritchie: Voter Fraud and Leftist Deception

As early as June, 2010, ACORN employees told the FBI of deliberate election fraud. “The radical activist group ACORN ‘works’ for the Democratic Party and deliberately promotes election fraud, ACORN employees told FBI investigators, according to an FBI document dump … Continue reading

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The Continued Failure of Government

Yesterday I wrote about the fact that the University of Minnesota lost $16,000 selling beer to football fans. The problem was that it was a government organization with no real experience in the real world that was negotiating and “managing” … Continue reading

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The REAL Bullies

A seven-year old boy in Maryland was suspended from school because he nibbled at a Pop-Tart to turn it into a mountain shape. But then, when it looked more like a gun, he turned it on other kids and said … Continue reading

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