Sometimes it seems like his best efforts are in the US, and the rest is just a nod to duty.
Ha ha ha, the man who has wrecked the Justice system? That Obama? Or, would that be some other Obama? And prey tell, der Fuhrer, how dost we go about that?
Obama reforming the Justice system is like Tarzan reforming the Jungle. The wolves who guard the chicken coup, want to reform the chicken, IE to think like the breakfast of the wolf....
We could start by getting rid of Loretta Lynch...... Just for starters. HMM, my my, we got a ways to go!
He does what he wants and does not do what he does not want to do. He is enjoying his ride at tax payer expence tho LOL
So am I and yet, he's still focused on the agenda of his campaign promises. Reprieve for juvenile defenders that got life sentences without parole and a ban on solitary confinement for juveniles in federal prisons - these are some of the 'Changes' he promised.
Speaking of the wolf guarding the chicken coup, do you think Lynch will ever prosecute Hillary?
NO way. The Clintons are the new Kennedys.
"The Clintons are the new Kennedys."
Ha ha ha, I have always called it "Kennedy Worship".
so much for reformation of the Justice Dept. Quick answer to an easy question.
But you still have to be informed to answer it.
"Reprieve for juvenile defenders that got life sentences without parole and a ban on solitary confinement for juveniles in federal prisons - these are some of the 'Changes' he promised."
So in effect, the chaos in the guise of reform has already taken place
"The land of the free and the home of the screwed over population."
That is another issue for another time.
According to the NY Times, 149 cases in 2015.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A proposal that would force inmates to die by electric chair if lethal injection drugs can't be found is gaining steam in Virginia, in part because of a looming execution scheduled for next month.
State officials are frantically searching for the drugs for the March 16 execution of convicted killer Ricky Gray, one of Virginia's seven remaining death row inmates. While the electric chair measure wouldn't go into effect by then, supporters say the state needs to ensure the policy is in place for future inmates, or if Gray's execution is delayed because the drugs can't be found.
The Florida Supreme Court will decide Tuesday whether 389 inmates awaiting execution are to remain on death row.
The US Supreme Court ruled on the case Hurst v. Florida on Jan. 12, striking down Florida’s death penalty system as unconstitutional in an 8 to 1 vote. While the Constitution mandates jury-appointed sentences for the accused, Florida state law authorized judges to issue the death penalty, even if the jury recommends otherwise.
hey say crime doesn't pay, but that might not be entirely true in the District of Columbia as lawmakers look for ways to discourage people from becoming repeat offenders.
The D.C. Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve a bill that includes a proposal to pay residents a stipend not to commit crimes. It's based on a program in Richmond, California, that advocates say has contributed to deep reductions in crime there.