Our criminal-justice system works on a worst-of-both-worlds model: It is simultaneously cruel and ineffective.
Authorities should think twice before putting the health of dangerous criminals above the safety of innocent Americans.
Republicans should oppose Democratic efforts to reduce or soften sentencing for drug crimes.
Most of these facilities are overly costly, are needlessly degrading, and don’t work like they’re supposed to.
In the Golden State, biological males can choose to reside in prison with biological females.
More criminals should be behind bars today, not fewer.
District Judge Randolph Moss agreed with the prosecution that Hodgkins endangered democratic institutions and members of Congress.
Hopefully, other governors will look to Oklahoma and Tennessee as an example for their own criminal-justice reforms.