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Mental Health


Sometime after Roof killed nine Bible study worshipers at this city’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, he wrote in a journal that he had “not shed a tear for the innocent people I killed.” On Wednesday morning, standing before the jurors who will decide if he should get the death penalty, Roof again offered no …

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In what is probably the WORST episode of “Hoarders”, a woman saves her poop and is SHOCKED to learn where the awful stench in her home is coming from. And that isn’t even the worst of it, she has also been eating her poop for YEARS. How they even attempted to clean the place is …

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Suicide is a horrific tragedy. But with the right person, in the right place, at the right time it can be stopped. Darnell Barton was just your average bus driver from Buffalo, New York. But when he saw a troubled-looking woman considering jumping off a bridge into the middle of a freeway, he became a national hero. Barton …

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In June 2015 we reported on the re-emerging field of using psychedelics to treat mental illness, with psilocybin, in particular, showing great promise for chronic anxiety and depression. Western medicine began realizing its potential in the 1940s, but medical research was stamped out with the War on Drugs. Now, as the injustice of the drug …

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MAKE NO MISTAKE, the liberal agenda is to disarm gun owners by any means necessary, including the use of deadly force.

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People lie to get what they want in life, and that means people lie to facilitate committing violent crimes. Throw in mental illness and what do you expect? One out of ten Americans is on a legal, doctor prescribed mental health medication.

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We’ve all laughed at Jeff Foxworthy’s clever “You might be a redneck” jokes, but firearm crime is no joking matter, and there are a lot of people committing “gun crimes” every day without even knowing it. Whether you know all about guns and gun laws, or you don’t even own a gun, you might be …

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A newly created database of New Yorkers deemed too mentally unstable to carry firearms has grown to roughly 34,500 names, a previously undisclosed figure that has raised concerns among some mental health advocates that too many people have been categorized as dangerous. The database, established in the aftermath of the mass shooting in 2012 at …

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