"The religious factions will go on imposing their will on others unless the decent people connected to them recognize that religion has no place in public policy. To retreat from that separation would violate the principles of conservatism."
I so hope so, 'cause I have about thirty snails I need to kill in my garden. I'd hate to get thirty years from Peta for killing 'em.
To hell with PETA. Just eat what you kill. ;D
How selfish soever man may be supposed, there are evidently some principles in his nature which interest him in the fortune of others, and render their happiness necessary to him, though he derives nothing from it except the pleasure of seeing it. Adam Smith
I admit that I did not read the article. The death penalty, whether you support it or not, it is too expensive to administer. In addition, there are too many instances of new DNA evidence showing that the convicted convict was not guilty of that particular crime. End of story.
I hate the intiative process, but in this instance I'm happy it qualified for the ballot so I can vote "yes."
The death penalty, whether you support it or not, it is too expensive to administer. In addition, there are too many instances of new DNA evidence showing that the convicted convict was not guilty of that particular crime. End of story.
Plus studies are inconclusive as to whether it actually serves as a deterrent.
I was once a big capital punishment supporter. Not anymore, however, and I'll be voting to abolish it in California.
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I heard on the channel 11 Lalaland news that the libels want to make murder legal and one, or their only libel expert then went on and predicted that if they did this, the end of libelism would occur within the hour.