Category: Main Blog

Placed in order to facilitate “multiple blogs,” using this category for material showing on the main posting page, and preventing intermingling of every post, even if for other “blogs” to appear there.

Why I’m proud to be part of National RSOL

By Dolly Madison…… National RSOL writes and produces the Digest, which is the most widely distributed, noteworthy, and informative publication on the market for those convicted of sexual offenses. We have a print subscriber base of over 300; and our…

Pokemon Go and sex offenders

by Sandy Rozek and Robin Vanderwall . . . The Pokémon Go craze is sweeping the nation and beyond, sending young people scurrying through the streets, phones in hand, frantically seeking these fictional little creatures. It also has politicians scurrying…

I know who I am . . . If I hide, nothing is going to happen. I can’t wait for the next person to come along and fight the fight. I am not willing to sit still and let law after law pass, and then I might be like the people in Florida living under a bridge. —Tammy Bond, Illinois registrant

On October 5, 1938, the Third Reich directs its Ministry of Interior to invalidate all passports held by Jews until the letter “J” was affixed to them.


Less than 80 years later, and on February 8, 2016, the American Congress directs the Department of State to invalidate all passports held by sexual offenders until a “unique identifier” is affixed to them.