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Let`s begin right from the start with a scripture,  Isaiah 5: 20-21. and 23.  `Woe to them that call evil good, and good evil, that put darkness for light, and light for darkness, that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter! Woe to them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight. Which acquit the wicked for bribes, and take away the righteousness of the righteous from him.`  How many times these days have we noticed in the media or viewed and heard on our T.V.`s  the currently `politically correct` way that politicians and broadcasters etc., breakdown, describe and publicise  lawlessness, or to be more precise, EVIL, as merely being an inevitable part of a person`s `human nature`?  We are informed that  criminals, persistant or otherwise, are not to be `punished` or severly admonished by having them serve a harsh prison sentence or hanged for murder, but rather they are to be mindfully `rehabilitated` often in comfortable, well maintained surroundings, where they are kept nice and warm, clean and well fed, given all the best medical treatment immediately (no hospital waiting lists for them!) and given a veritable menu of pastimes to occupy  and amuse themselves during their plentiful idle moments. These `no-gooders` (for the sake of this article I am `tarring them all with the same brush`) having committed their crimes against ordinary, decent people and having deprived many of  them of the feeling of safety that they should rightfully expect to experience in their own homes, are now being given opportunities to advance in life that are denied many of us who are law abiding citizens or who have children that are. (even  keeping the bad, man-