Day: February 16, 2013

The dinner party

You know, I have a feeling that this banquet is one where I won’t have to worry about using the right fork for the right dish or that I’m not properly dressed for the occasion. I’m invited because I’m wanted. That’s a very comforting thought.

Life imprisonment vs the death penalty and the victim

by Martha K. Baker A life sentence, rather than execution, provides more closure for victims than execution does, according to a recent study, begun under the auspices of The Episcopal Church. In addition, that closure comes sooner and is healthier. A life sentence, imposed on the perpetrator of a capital crime, produces more emotional, psychological, …

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