Keto Pork Rind Pizza Crust

This delicious keto pizza crust recipie is SO easy. You can have this mixed, rolled out, and baked in less than 20 minutes! A must have for those days when only pizza will do 🙂  Note: Feel free to double this recipe to make a bigger pizza, just make sure that you have a large... Continue Reading →

Keto Mason Jar Ice Cream 

If you are like me the need for sweets is a everyday problem, especially while on the Keto diet - until now. This is the simplest keto ice cream recipie -- and it is DELICIOUS!  What you'll need: Heavy whipping cream Swerve sweeter or trivia Vanilla extract  Any desired flavors/toppings Mason jar with lid  First fill... Continue Reading →

Death Row Conditions

Entry 7: Death Row Conditions   Women currently account for less than one percent of inmates on death row in the United States (DPIC). With the majority of the offenders on death row being male, it is no wonder women are housed separately. However, it is interesting that unlike men on death row, women are... Continue Reading →

Gender disparity and the Death Penalty

Entry #6- Gender disparity and the Death Penalty The topic of race and gender disparity in regards to the death penalty is a highly debated topic. Although race disparity is more common, sparking iconic Supreme Court cases such as Furman v. Georgia and implementation of the Gregg decision the latter, gender disparity, is commonly swept... Continue Reading →

Methods of Execution of Women

Entry #5: Methods of Execution of Women Figure 1 The methods of execution regarding capital punishment have drastically changed since its first use in the United States in 1608. Although the rate of execution is drastically lower for women than men, women have been no stranger to being put to death by the State. Although... Continue Reading →

Southern Style Chicken and Dumplings

Let's be honest, everyone loves a good bowl of chicken and dumplings. The good news? It's so simple to make you can have it all the time. Here's my recipie. Remember, I don't measure, so just pour and pray.  What you'll need.. Big box chicken broth Four to five bone in chicken quarters (thigh and... Continue Reading →

Changing the Message of the Death Penalty via State Sanctioned “Suicide”: James French and Christina Riggs

The practice of volunteering for execution by stopping all appeals is not an uncommon occurrence on death row. It has been proven that death row conditions, specifically solitary confinement, have the potential to produce mental illness and conditions such as hallucinations, hypersensitivity to sensory stimuli, and extreme anxiety, but what about inmates who commit murder just because they want to die? This was the case for James French and more recently, Christina Riggs. If inmates who wish to commit state sanctioned “suicide” are obliged, the message of the death penalty in itself is skewed, and concerns about the mental health process upon conviction, unearthed.

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