Tag Archives: Criminal Justice

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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Al Jazeera: Inside USA- ‘Angela Davis on The Prison Industrial Complex’

Source:Al Jazeera– Professor Angela Davis on Inside USA. “Put on the FBI’s ‘Most Wanted’ list when she was just 26, Angela Davis became an enduring symbol of 1970’s Black Power. She joins Inside USA to discuss incarceration in the land … Continue reading

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The Leadership Conference: ‘Utah Senator Mike Lee Speech on the Need for Criminal Justice Reform’

Source:The Leadership Conference– U.S. Senator Mike Lee (Republican, Utah) talking about the need for criminal justice reform. “On February 11, 2014, Senator Mike Lee, R. Utah, gave a short speech to advocates attending a Washington, D.C. conference on the need … Continue reading

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University of Chicago: Video: George E. Kent Lecture: Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow

. This post was originally posted at The New Democrat on Blogger I do not agree with everything that Professor Michelle Alexander says about the American prison system. And the broader race relations in America, but I agree with her … Continue reading

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Brave New Foundation: Law & Disorder: How the System Really Works

Source: Brave New Foundation: Law & Disorder: How the System Really Works A lot of these law enforcement shows about the justice system, all though most of them are entertaining, only focus on a small percentage of the crimes. But … Continue reading

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