Daily Archives: Friday, May 27, 2011

An Expert’s Perspective on California Prisons with Special Guest Jesse Jannetta

On Wednesday, I commented negatively on the Supreme Court’s recent vote of 5-4 that California’s overcrowded prisons violate the Eighth Amendment’s ban on cruel and unusual punishment. However, after speaking with friend and prison expert, Jesse Jannetta, I learned a thing or two … Continue reading

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Obama’s Call for Israel to Base Negotiations on Pre-1967 Borders (Part III): A Political Assessment

In my post earlier this week, I concluded returning to Israel’s pre-1967 borders would make the country difficult to defend against Arab aggression, even with its vastly superior military. Even with a patchwork of land swaps, it would still be a challenge for Israel to defend. Leaving … Continue reading

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