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: Inside USA- Angela Davis on The Prison Industrial Complex Just to talk about this interview for a minute or less, depending on how fast you read. I guess Al Jazeera didn’t think the interviewer was important enough to … Continue reading

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Roll Call: Congress: Niels Lesniewski: Odd Couples Push Criminal Justice Overhauls: The World’s Greatest Deliberative Body

Roll Call: Congress: Niels Lesniewski: Odd Couples Push Criminal Justice Overhauls: The World’s Greatest Deliberative Body It shouldn’t be surprising that both John Cornyn and Ted Cruz are in favor of real criminal justice reform that reduce sentencing for people … 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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