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Voodoo Made Me Do It

VOODOO MADE ME DO IT: According to the New York Daily News, Leatrice Brewer (pictured) admitted she purposely drowned to death her three young children, Jewell, Michael, and Innocent (fathered, apparently, by two different males). Her attorneys had her plead “not responsible by reason of mental disease or defect” since she claims she killed the children to save them from a voodoo hex. The News states “she will be confined to a psychiatric facility instead of prison. Brewer, who had numerous contacts with social workers and police over several years, told authorities she killed the children inside their New Cassel home because she feared they were suffering potentially fatal effects of voodoo.” The system protects all children. Diversity is our strength.

The Piranhas, the Birds, and the ‘Liberal’

by Kevin Alfred Strom

WHAT WOULD YOU SAY if a Liberal “social scientist” told you to jump into a pool filled with five hundred ravenous piranhas?

If you valued your life, you’d certainly refuse the invitation.

But what if the Liberal “social scientist” tried to convince you to go ahead and jump in, with the argument that “not all of the piranhas are aggressive. Some of them probably just want to make friends with you, and really aren’t hungry either. To say that a piranha is going to attack you, just because he’s a piranha, is a wicked stereotype, and probably contributes to the piranhas’ negative feelings about you.”

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