Category Archives: Special Guests

An Open Letter to Aspiring Presidential Candidates: Seven Questions

Yesterday, I invited all of the current declared Presidential nominees to my site for a 10-question interview on all elements of their policies ranging from healthcare to international security. I suggested that I would post a series of 7 questions … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to Aspiring Presidential Candidates

As competition for the Republican Presidential nomination heats up, I wanted to invite all of the current declared Presidential nominees to my site for a 10-question interview on all elements of their policies ranging from healthcare to international security. Format … Continue reading

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California Releases 130,000 Prisoners Each Year: An Expert’s Perspective with Special Guest Jesse Jannetta

Sean invited me to share what perspective I have on the implications of Monday’s Supreme Court opinion requiring California to reduce its prison population by 33,000 (or 46,000, depending on which justice’s numbers you accept). This is a personal blog … Continue reading

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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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