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Mom Sentenced to Three Months in Jail for Beating Sex Offender with Baseball Bat

Whether she was protecting her children or assaulting a neighbor, a Tacoma woman will be spending the next 3 months in jail for introducing her baseball bat to a Level-3 sex offender.
Tammy Gibson said she had no remorse for the beating last June but pleaded no contest to the assault charges. She could have received [...]

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Important Child Safety Points to Consider

Ensuring the safety of your child is one of the
most difficult but important aspects of parenting.
It would be nice if we could train and arm our
children with some pepper spray or a stun gun
and feel safe sending them out into the world,
but we all know that is not the case.
Children are inherently trusting or easily [...]

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Bah, It’s only a 16 foot Python. No Worries Mate.

A 16 foot scrub python devoured a family dog in front of the
children, ages 5 and 7, who were playing in their yard. The
110 pound snake quickly squeezed the life out of the much
smaller silky terrier-Chihuahua crossbreed before swallowing
it whole at their home near Kuranda in Queensland state in
This story, as amazing as it is, [...]

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Nanny Cams, the Good, Bad and the Ugly

No doubt you have heard the latest report from North
Carolina where a nanny was fired after being caught on
Nanny Cam. In this case, the mother goes to work after
hiring a highly recommended nanny, but has a funny feeling
something might not be right. She buys and installs a Nanny
Cam to appease her suspicions and [...]

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What Does Not Kill You, Makes You Stronger

Let’s be realistic, life is a contact sport. This is not just a
catch phrase for some sports drink.
The old adage “Only the strong survive” is alive and well,
and that’s healthy. And that will always be the case,
whether we are talking about sports, business or life in
general. Healthy competition keeps everyone on their toes.
It keeps everyone [...]

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Who Invited the Fox to the Cookout?

Today’s story comes from Kingstown, NC this past Sunday
afternoon. About seven kids were outside in the front yard
playing during a family cookout. All of the sudden, an
unwanted guest shows up, without a dish to add to the
potluck. An aggressive fox.
Remaining calm, the hero of the day grabbed the fox by the
neck and pinned it [...]

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Summer Means Cyber-Predators Out in Force

Not all self-defense can be handled with pepper spray or a
stun gun. With the onset of summer, parents of young
children should be aware that more cyber-predators will be
active on the Internet. These creeps know kids will be out
of school with time on their hands, so extra vigilance is
required on your part.
How sick is it [...]

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Child Guard Remote Monitoring

Did you ever notice how even the most well intentioned things
often turn out to be a really bad idea? The following is a story
about a rather common, and somewhat embarrassing child
restraining device, and an ingenious new twist on the old standby.
“I cannot believe you are going to put that THING on our child.”
Amy leered [...]

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