Pro-crime policies work!


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Despite a generation in which radical anti-crime policies such as enforcing the law and locking up criminals slashed murder rates, there’s still plenty of debate over whether anti-crime policies work.

But no one can argue over whether pro-crime policies work.

108 people were shot in New York, Baltimore and Chicago over the weekend. Many of the casualties were saved from that terrible “school-to-prison pipeline” that bedevils promising young crack dealers and instead went straight to the morgue.

Read it all. We went though this leftwing socialist policy disaster before in the 1960s and 1970s. Some cities, like Detroit, never abandoned it. It now appears the cities that did, like New York and Baltimore, are moving to try it again. Woe on those decent citizens that live there.

Then again, they voted for these policies, so I suppose they are getting the government they deserve.

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3 comments

  • Phill O

    I had the chance to watch the Nazis: The Evolution of Evil again. It was a tried and true tactic of the Nazis to use agitation to create unrest. Then it was easy to take power. They were welcomed into Austria and the Sudetenland. One sees the same type of tactics with the racial hater spread by the current administration. Hilary is trying to use gender hatred to win the white house. I believe it is a conscious decision by the left to use such divisive tactics. We need leaders who unite peoples from all backgrounds.

    Phill O

  • Jake V

    >>108 people were shot in New York, Baltimore and Chicago over the weekend. Many of the casualties were saved from that terrible “school-to-prison pipeline” that bedevils promising young crack dealers and instead went straight to the morgue.<<

    This is good news for community activists. They will not let such a good crisis go to waste. Time is ripe for President Obama and his minions to stir the pot and cause riots and all type of violence to make things worse so that they can promise more government to fix it, and thus sew more seeds of getting more people to vote for Democrats.

  • PeterF

    Two things:
    1) Follow the money. The people getting rich or increasing their power are the ones to blame and oppose.
    2) Determine the true agenda. Are these unrelenting assaults on police departments a prolog for an excuse for police federalization nationwide? Just what we need – a National Security Force to ensure polite civility. Call them “Gentle Stability Police” – Gestapo?

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