Conservatives warn against 'politically correct' prosecutions
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Taylor on "Sex Workers'" Show As a private university, Duke can set any standard of behavior for its student body that it desires. If it wishes to follow the advice of Group of 88 stalwart William Chafe and imitate BYU and Liberty by becoming a dry university, it has every right to do so...
New Federal Prosecutions Data From TRAC: When monthly 2008 prosecutions of this type are compared with those of the same period in the previous year, the number of filings was up (43 percent). Prosecutions over the past year are still much higher than they were five years ago...
Editors: Death on a Thursday Morning Without Richard John Neuhaus, the Christian conservatives in America would have been politically much weaker and intellectually far less formidable.
Sowell: McCains Age Have we reached the point where we have so many politically correct taboos that we cant even talk sense?
Kurtz: Original Sin A candidate who effectively cuts out any key element of the Reagan coalition -- be it social conservatives, business conservatives, or national-security conservatives -- is doomed to failure.
The Collateral Cost Check out Tom Kirkendall of Houston Clear Thinker's post on the Human Cost of Questionable Prosecutions. He remarks on the void in "US mainstream media" on the many collateral consequences of prosecutions, especially prosecutions lacking validity...
The human cost of questionable prosecutions One of the more discouraging aspects of the societal tide of resentment and scapegoating that has permeated the Enron related criminal prosecutions has been the utter lack of perspective or compassion regarding the horrendous human cost of those prosecutions...