Joe Ligon, believed to be the oldest and longest-serving juvenile lifer in the United States, has been released from a Pennsylvania prison after spending nearly seven decades behind bars. And all I can say, it's about time. Ligon was incarcerated in February 1953 at the age of 15, given a mandatory life sentence after pleading … Continue reading Should a 15-Year Old Spend 68 Years in Jail?
Here is a blurb about the color pink from the Color Psychology web site: Pink has many positive associations. It is a calming, non-threatening color. It is linked to innocence, hope and optimism. It also represents positive aspects of traditional femininity like nurture and kindness. Its negative sides are that it can seem weak, vulnerable … Continue reading The Color Pink – the Latest In Psychological Warfare?