‘Defund the police’ might get clicks and bump ratings, but it is terrible policy. Congress ought to reject the movement and incentivize best practices.
The pandemic has undermined criminally charged people’s right to a speedy trial, unleashing a myriad of other problems in the criminal justice system.
It’s essential that federal and state governments work to keep people out of jail, and take measures to protect vulnerable incarcerated populations.
Criminal Justice Reform expert Vikrant Reddy joins Federalist Radio Hour to discuss how to improve our justice system and cops in our communities.
Beyond shrinking our overly expanded incarcerated population, bail reform would boost the United States’ stagnating income mobility by reforming a system that traps the poor in poverty.
Capsizing people’s lives before they are proven guilty is unfair. But our bail system often makes it happen.
The Kim Davis uproar in Kentucky shows how progressive totalitarians want the law enforced, just so long as they happen to like the law being enforced.
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