August
23
2019

Have you survived the summer without melting? Then we’re happy to tell you that the weather is going to start cooling down soon.

In the next few months, Tarrant County residents will begin venturing out of the air conditioning and into the fall weather.

But where to go? We’ve got [...]

August
15
2019

We tend to fear the unknown, but perhaps the person we know best is the one most likely to harm us.

Research from the U.S. Department of Justice shows that two thirds of attacks against women are committed by a husband, partner, or someone she knows. An estimated 1,500 women [...]

August
9
2019

The federal government did not declare The War on Drugs overnight. Multiple policies support the harsh penalties against drug crimes.

One of the oldest policies that strengthened the War on Drugs is the policies regarding drug-free zones. They stretch back to 1970 and were passed to ensure that drugs would [...]

July
31
2019

Because sex trafficking is a business (forcing victims to provide sex for profit), the illicit trade is considered to be a modern-day form of slavery.

There are 300,000 reported sex trafficking victims in Texas alone. In fact, The Human Trafficking Institute ranks our state first in the nation for active [...]

July
28
2019

 

There is so much to unpack when it comes to the Jeffery Epstein case: a long history of sexually abusing teenage girls, a plea deal ultimately leading to Alexander Acosta’s resignation, further accusations against Donald Trump…

The media has even been accused of sugar-coating his actions by the language [...]

July
18
2019

 Credit cards today are an essential modern convenience which almost every American adult uses on a regular basis to accomplish a wide variety of objectives.

The vast majority of Texans use their cards correctly and legally. However, some criminal elements among us choose to use credit cards and/or credit card [...]