I guess we'll have to wait for the Feds to pony up some more of our cash for the Inner City Country Club program to find out if this crime-fighting measure is successful or not.
While one state is pulling funding for its juvenile delinquents’ legal representation, the feds are doling out $500,000 to combat juvenile crime in America. How? With golf.
That’s right. Compliments of Robert J. Flores, the administrator of the DOJ’s Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the World Golf Foundation’s First Tee Program is getting the cash infusion. “We need something really attractive to engage the gangs and the street kids,” said Flores, “golf is the hook.” He added: “I don’t know why people insist on denigrating it, it’s a sound program.”
How do you defend yourself against this? - I'm sure that by now, most of my readers have seen news reports about a gang of 40-60 'youths' who took over a commuter train in Oakland, California last ...
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