Tag Archives: boundaries
Madness: Even School Children Are Being Pepper-Sprayed and Shocked with Tasers
Source: Alternet There is something truly disturbing about a society that seeks to control the behavior of schoolchildren through fear and violence, a tactic that harkens back to an era of paddle-bruised behinds and ruler-slapped wrists. Yet, some American school … Continue reading
How a bad ‘un can be spotted at the age of TWO – and should be sent to ‘discipline institutes’ at five, says behaviour tsar
Daily Mail Children at risk of descending into a life of crime and aggression can and should be identified at the age of two, according to the Government’s ‘discipline expert’. Those children likely to ‘go off the rails’ should be … Continue reading
Leading doctor: Should NHS spend millions keeping alive terminally ill patients for few weeks?
Source: Daily Record A LEADING doctor has questioned whether the cash-strapped NHS should continue to spend a fortune keeping terminally ill patients alive. Dr Brian Keighley, chairman of the British Medical Association Scotland, said tens of thousands of pounds are … Continue reading
Source: CNN CNN’s Randi Kaye explores how “skin” made from spider silk stops bullets fired at a low speed. Comment/Thought: Without careful ethical consideration and boundaries, the desire to supersede nature can have dangerous consequences. Could this really be considered … Continue reading →