I have often heard/read that the ideal of American jurisprudence is that it is better that 100 guilty people go free than have a single innocent person be convicted, yet the overwhelming evidence is that the contrary is true, add to that many Americans are comfortable supporting death sentences when we all know innocent people are sometimes executed. How do those facts exist in the shining beacon of liberty and justice we proclaim ourselves to be.
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+8Sorry to all you who have children. I never did intentionally. I’m all for Restaurants and other establishments who choose to be child free.
Would you Call an Economic System That Allows one Person to Amass $100 Billion While 63% of the Population Couldn't Handle a $500 Emergency Successful? More
+8Warning! This is a political post! Do not read this if you do not like political posts. This seems odd to me: We have a conservative government now that frequently rails against the media, and its most ardent supporters agree. Additionally it seeks to normalize relationships with countries known for censoring the media (Russia, PRNK). It also touts ‘free market’ and letting corporations decide business policies for themselves. Now when a few corporations make the business decision to disavow Infowars, the collective conservative head explodes.