March 19th, 2021 | 36 mins 15 secs
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The death penalty... The ultimate punishment handed down by the government for the most abhorrent of offenders. It's an absolutely necessary form of punishment for the worst of the worst.... right?
That has been a hot topic in conservative circles, and Hannah Cox argues that conservatives should in fact be concerned about the death penalty, and joins the program representing Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty to outline exactly why it is the government inefficiencies that conservatives recognize in other sectors of the government exist in it's carrying out of the death penalty.
March 10th, 2021 | 32 mins 23 secs
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Finding common ground is one of the most challenging aspects of political discourse in 2021. In a world where "the others" are looked at with skeptical eyes, it's more important for us to enter into good-faith dialogue whenever and wherever we can on issues of agreement.
One such area the left and right (should) be finding common ground is that of the death penalty. Today we are joined by Professor David Dozier, professor emeritus in the School of Journalism & Media Studies at San Diego State University and author of "The California Killing Field". David joins the program to make the case as to why the death penalty is as anti-liberty as they come, how to have good-faith conversations with those we disagree with, and how to enact common policy goals into action.