The definition of violent crime is vague. Something as simple as a shove is listed as a violent crime. There needs to be a sense of clarity. People need to be given a second chance, or fear a new era of slavery with our people working for illegal pay behind bars.
It is illegal to have no due process. No one should have to spend their entire life without being able to seek clemency when combined with a crime of violence especially if it was not their fault. Violent crimes need a program because no one wants to be labeled as a felon when they are trying to live right.
I do not think this bill should be rushed. People can be banished if they have a problem. For example PTSD as a veteran with a violent crime can be a problem but can be resolved in other ways other than being put into prison or banishment.
Crimes of violence should be dealt with on a case by case basis.
Many times brute force is hearsay testimony. If an individual goes to court against the majority as a minority they often get fried in court.
Violent Crimes are ugly crimes but these people do not stay this way. Most of the time they are very young and at the wrong place at the wrong time. They are often around the wrong crowd. If they are alone then they get caught up in heresay.
Vagueness is scary. Most people in prison are African American and Latino Men and Women. I agree with Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas. There is racial disparity. People get caught up and get deported as veterans. This is unfair. It is cruel and unusual.
Some violent Crimes are mislabeled. People are in prison for violent Crimes when they could have been in a program.
This bill leads to mass incarceration. This is illegal. This is not the answer.
How can someone be doing a heckuva job after a series of natural and man-made disasters. Puerto Rico I am sure still needs help from the USA. In Puerto Rico, people were not only living impoverished and unable to fix their homes, but unless you are a survivor you would never know.
The Establishment needs a new action plan.
No electricity, no food, bad water, it is not Puerto Rico’s fault. Lives are gone due to a poor action plan on behalf of the Establishment.
Before a storm, we need to have supplies that can support our basic needs on a budget. Building homes that are to code is important. No assets no problem, sometimes we have to live below our means. Now is the time to put everything to practice.
People forget, but hurricane season is here once again. We need to move forward and prepare our homes while multitasking and fixing Puerto Rico. We all need to be alert, because Hurricane season is here and it can hit us unexpectedly.
When a child does not respond, it may be because they are delayed. Understand that sometimes some delays last longer than others. Ultimately the goal is to eventually grow out of it, but be patient.
Early learning and communication issues can be resolved with baby signing, but continue to use other strategies that have been working in the past. Do you have a need for early intervention services for your child? Do you know someone that may have a need for services.
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How do you combat an ambivalent relationship? An ambivalent relationship is almost symbiotic but in a negative way. It is one-sided without a purpose other than to suck up your energy.
Depression is a real predicament. It causes you to have resentment and anger against people who you’d never had negative feelings against. The best way to overcome depression is to be around people you love. If they act weird around you then don’t take it personal.
- Loss of anything or anyone you love
- Being broke
- Alcohol and drug abuse
Can lead to depression, but it may be resolved.