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New commentary at The American Conservative makes the case for "Why Conservatives Should Oppose the Death Penalty"

In prior posts here and here and here, I highlighted a series of lengthy articles in The American Conservative that were part of "a collaborative series with the R Street Institute exploring conservative approaches to criminal justice reform."   These folks are at it again with this new lengthy essay titled simply "Why Conservatives Should Oppose the Death Penalty."  The extendded essay, authored by Arthur Rizer and Marc Hyden of R Street Institute, merits a full read, and here are some excerpts...
Tags: Law, United States, North Carolina, Justice Department, Philly, Douglas A Berman, R Street Institute, Marc Hyden, Arthur Rizer, The American Conservative


How Is Trump's Insistence On A Border Wall Playing To His Base?

David Greene talks to Jim Antle, editor of The American Conservative magazine, about how President Trump's push for border wall funding is resonating with his base.
Tags: News, Trump, David Greene, Jim Antle, The American Conservative


Republicans and Democrats alike support corporate welfare for well-connected businesses

Congress created the usual special interest frenzy with its latest iteration of the Farm Bill. Agricultural subsidies are one of the most important examples of corporate welfare, money handed out to businesses based on political connections. Business plays a vital role in a free market. In real capitalism there are no guaranteed profits. But corporate welfare eliminates this handicap for the well-connected. Business subsidies allow politicians to channel economic resources toward their preferred...
Tags: Obama, Congress, Opinion, Washington, China, America, Barack Obama, Tesla, Sport, Soccer, Ronald Reagan, States, Boeing, Trump, Bureau of Land Management, Export Import Bank