John Lloyd

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The major drawback to this type of trail initiative can be seen in many cities that have tried similar projects (usually along no longer used railroad pathways). The trails run through high crime, bad neighborhood areas and are perfect, remote locations for criminal activity like robbing …

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Back to pencil and paper. It still works.

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Hard to believe so many people are jumping to excuse the criminal actions of the 14 year old. In all of this talk of gentrification, school to prison pipeline, racism, etc. it is important to note that in 2018 there were 593,598 violent assaults committed along black-white racial lines. B…

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100% with you. I went to his Facebook page to check out why he would take such a stance. If you read the comments from the post about this theft incident you will be awe-struck by the level of excuses being made. I guess gentrification, white privilege, the broken justice system, constant…

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The level of delusion and denial from the mother (and supposedly others in her neighborhood who are upset with the store owner) is amazing although not uncommon. I can guarantee you that a mother who acts in this manner to defend the illegal actions of her son is not only inhibiting his g…

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Potato...Potuto......let's call the whole thing off

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Do you really believe there are people in jail just for smoking or possessing marijuana? Marijuana may be part of a list of charges a person is arrested for and the prosecutor may willingly reduce or excuse many charges and let the marijuana charge stick and have some jail time but people…

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There is a dangerous trend nationwide to keep people out of jail, move away from cash bail and basically overlook very serious crimes in favor of not 'criminalizing poverty' and other such nonsense. When judges and district attorneys start to buy into this line of thinking it not only end…

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The focus needs to shift away from college readiness to opening up avenues to learn a trade as a career. Not every student is meant for college and there are plenty of kids who go to college and come out with little to no usable/employable skills. What we do not need to do is 1) throw mor…