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The Ex-Offender Files " Let us help you help yourself "
On The Ex Files we talk about justice, ex-offender rights, community unification, personal empowerment, and much more. Dr. Kim & I.B. Wise ignite Blog Talk Radio with a new unique approach to justice in our communities. Join our panel of experts as we take an indepth no non-sense look at crime, the justice system, personal choices and empowerment, our communities, the government, and education. Want to hear a new kind of talk radio...on blog talk radio listen to The Ex-Offender Files "Justice Now".
Eric Mayo - Mark A. Clements - Ricardo Flores - Lynda Gallashaw
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The Ex-Offender Files show takes a serious approach to life, relationships, & controversial topics. The legal knowledge, sarcasm, & wit keep listeners captivated. Together, host and listeners learn how to overcome life’s challenges. The Ex Files serious straight, no-bull talk illustrates the truth about reality, life is just a game.
It is a widely known fact that the unemployment rate is the highest it has been for a long long time. Ex offenders make up almost 22% of the population in the United States, we all know that the possibility of an ex offender (regardless of what their crime was) finding a job is about 78-1 so, if we factor the ex offender population in to the national average it is clear that we make up almost 19+% of the unemployment rate countrywide. What this boils down to is simple, it has been proven that not all ex offenders are still thinking crime when they are released and if ex offenders were given more of a chance to correct their lives rather than being labeled (once a criminal always a criminal ) the national rate would drop severely. Common sense tells us that when a man/woman gets home from jail/prison they want to get their life back on the right track and with people holding us back because of this belief that we will just repeat our crime. This is false, we just want to get back the life we lost while inside..
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The Ex Files is designed by Dr.Kim and I.B. Wise to provide information and resources that are needed to give Offenders hope and security...Join I.B. Wise, Dr Kim, Eric Mayo and Mark A. Clements as we try to help you help yourself...
There are many reasons the death penalty should be abolished. It is a complex issue and it is difficult to point to any single fact or argument as the most important.
Since 1976, when the death penalty was reinstated by the U.S. Supreme Court, 1,352 people have been executed. (as of October 2013)
Please respect other peoples opinion if it is different from yours
and remember this is a discussion not a debate............
Once again the Ex Files will take over the air waves of Sacred Journeys Radio. This months discussion is about myths and misconceptions of the paranormal. Join them as they banter about, well pretty much everything and the paranormal! Myst and Daniel were once a couple,but no more. They remain friends and fellow paranormal investigators. Their unque relationship causes lively debates and funny anecdotes! There is never a dull moment. Also they will talk about current news stories from the paranormal. Dont miss this fun filled romp with these two crazy investigators!
Sex offenders, the seemingly worst of the worst among criminal offenders today, are commonly assumed to be highly recidivistic, as well as specialists, engaged in sex offending only.
Dr. Kim and I.B.Wise joined by Mark A. Clements, Eric Mayo discuss the plight of the Sex-Offender in society today.
Contrary to popular belief that once a sex offender, he will always be a sex offender, recidivism rates are quite low for offenders that get counselling. At about 6%, they are much lower than many other types of criminal recidivism. That means 94% don't re-offend. This is compared to only 30% in the case of other offences. Sex Offender laws are gratuitously cruel and assume that all ex-offenders are dangerous psychopaths. However the vast majority can be rehabilitated and lead normal productive lives.
Forced to the edges of society, Sex Offenders don’t have access to jobs, rehabilitation services or even basic housing. They are forced into a life where crime seems like their only logical path. Their crimes vary but they are often loathsome acts, making it easy to dismiss their perpetual punishment. But this is when it’s most important for us to take a stance for justice. The goal of our judicial system should be to prevent crime and rehabilitate criminals, regardless of their offenses. Punishing criminals without giving them a chance to rectify their wrongs is inhumane and it should be illegal. It’s time we start acting as the advanced society we know we are.
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We are discussing if it's right, wrong, acceptable, unacceptable to date your friend's or family member's ex lover, girlfriend, or boyfriend. Would you do it? Have you done it? How would you feel if your friends or family member dated your ex lover, husband, wife, girlfriend, or boyfriend? If you've experienced this before how did it affect the relationship between you and your friends/family member?
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Can a leopard change its spots? Is an ex addict the best person to be an addiction counselor? Our guest tonight, Trina Hope, Ph. D. of the University of Oklahoma discusses the stability of the quality of deviance over time and the Texas addiction treatment scandals where "clean" counselors engaged in rampantly dishonest behaviors.
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