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CS Bennett

CS Bennett
A world traveler hailing from Philadelphia, this author is a decorated war veteran (Desert Shield/Desert Storm - United States Navy). Author has degrees in Social Science from Bethel College (now Bethel University), in Criminal Justice from the University of North Florida and in Political Science/Public Administration, also from the University of North Florida. Author graduated from UNF in 2012 with honors (Magna Cum Laude). Author resides in a small colorful rural town named Interlachen, Florida (pronounced Inter-lock’n). His books can be found on Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble Online Bookstore.

Bonding and brutality in foster care (Part 4)

Through the perils of being teens, and in the foster care system, unity and family is found

The roller coaster of life in foster care (Part 3)

The holidays for the teens in foster care are filled with surprises; and tragedy (Part 3 of the series)

Trish: Surviving life in foster care

When teens are in the foster care system, there is a whole new level of challenges to meet, skills to follow and rules to learn that they must learn to survive
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Life in Foster Care: Trish’s story about life, love and … lesbians.

Part two in a series of Foster Care for children; This is Trish's story

Dissecting Liberal media bias towards conservatives

Freedom of speech and freedom of the press don't depend on who pays your salary or on your education; they are rights of all of us, not just the New York Times.
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Foster Care Series: Entering the system through no fault of her own

Often when children end up in foster care it is due to the bad behavior of the "parents" and a court shortsighted to the needs, care, and safety of the children.

Meeting the needs of gifted children

WASHINGTON, Dec. 31, 2015 — The wonder of being an exceptional child is that you stand out from others, whether you want to or...

The decline of America’s educational system

Alumnus of America's educational system were innovators of today’s technological marvels- the microwave, television, radio, computers, telephones, video games, even sent men to the moon.

The decline and fall of the America Empire

Greatness is hard-won by blood and sacrifice; it is easily lost by luxury, sloth and corruption. America was an improbable flash of greatness in the world.

The United States Commander In Chief is missing in action

Sadly, Barack Obama’s view of America remains condescending. In his eyes, and mind, America is at the root of the ills and evils of the world.

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Decadence, Privilege, Passion and “Gurl 26” Agnes De Vril

"Gurl 26" Agnes De Vril was a passionate whirlwind in the decadent, thrill ride, surrealistic, experiential fever dream that was New York City in the early 1980's.