November Newsletter Focuses on Gratitude, Mutual Support

The November issue of NINETY-FIVE%, our monthly newsletter for donors and friends, is arriving in mailboxes. In keeping with the season, one article focuses on gratitude: It doesn’t matter whether you are a registered citizen or not, you can find something for which to be grateful. Leaving behind the complaint-filled life frees us. This issueContinue reading “November Newsletter Focuses on Gratitude, Mutual Support”

Salt Lake Tribune Shows Integrity, Courage in Corrections Reform Debate

The Salt Lake Tribune in Utah has a great op-ed piece pointing out that corrections reform advocates are (in typical cowardly fashion) paying no attention to the fact that it is stupid to fatten sex-offender websites and cram more non-dangerous people into our prisons. Points made about Utah apply to Nebraska as well, where theContinue reading “Salt Lake Tribune Shows Integrity, Courage in Corrections Reform Debate”

Washington Post on Court Victory / Minneapolis Star-Tribune on Horrific Confinement Program

A post at The Washington Post’s Volokh Conspiracy¬†reinforces a point we made yesterday about the 9th Circuit’s ruling against California’s attempt to criminalize the internet for registered offenders: Rulings like this one will protect the free anonymous speech of the next group targeted by politicians’ fear-mongering. Here’s an excerpt from the post: Convicted sex offendersContinue reading “Washington Post on Court Victory / Minneapolis Star-Tribune on Horrific Confinement Program”