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The American Conservative: Opinion: U.S. Senator Mike Lee: The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform

Source: The American Conservative: Opinion: U.S. Senator Mike Lee: The Conservative Case for Criminal Justice Reform I think the conservative case of criminal justice reform is very clear and comes from a couple of angles. One, the conservative principle of … Continue reading

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The Economist: ‘Jailhouse Nation’

“WITH less than 5% of the world’s population, the United States holds roughly a quarter of its prisoners: more than 2.3m people, including 1.6m in state and federal prisons and over 700,000 in local jails and immigration pens. Per head, … Continue reading

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National Review: MSNBC’s The Cycle: Betsy Woodruff, “Prison Reform Proven to be Very Transideological”

. This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger You want to save money on government and keep taxes down whether it is Texas or any other state, then stop sending people to jail or prison for … Continue reading

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Solitary Watch: Video: Pat Nolan on Prison Fellowships

. This post was originally posted at FRS FreeStateNow on WordPress Former Nixon White House Counsel Chuck Colson, after he got out of prison in I believe the mid 1970s due to Watergate, started a prison fellowship program to prepare … Continue reading

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