https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-t69tj-a74034 Chuck and Karen get a little serious and talk about the important reason they changed the name of the show. Karen admits she is wrong and Chuck admits he is biased.
-Karen Michelle We were wrong. There is much about the narrative on the War on Drugs and corrections that cursory research led us to believe that ended up being wrong. Here are some of the issues we assumed were true and found pretty convincing evidence to the contrary. The War on Drugs caused Mass Incarceration … Continue reading War on Drugs-Corrections
-Karen Michelle The drug war has had a profound impact on policing. It has changed priorities, funding and tactics. We are looking at policy and specifically how law enforcement has been detrimentally affected by the “war on drugs”. Despite the current administration’s “tough talk” on crime and drugs, We also do not consider this to … Continue reading War on Drugs-Policing
-Karen Michelle This installment on a continuing series on the war on drugs and its impact on criminal justice discusses the administration of justice through the court system itself. We are going to zoom in on one area we don’t hear a lot about...drug court and its pros and cons. Before we move forward, we … Continue reading War on Drugs-Drug Court
-Karen Michelle The main topic of conversation these days is the current government shutdown. But we had questions. And we thought you might as well, so we decided to dig a little deeper for some answers. What exactly is a government shutdown? Well, really, in order to understand a shutdown, you have to know about … Continue reading Government Shutdown. How We Got Here. What it Means
-Karen Michelle Last week we looked at voter fraud claims from both the left and the right and tried to figure out what was truth and what was party driven narrative. Marketing When it comes to election tampering, recognize the power of research based psychological marketing. Both sides used behavioral studies to craft marketing strategies … Continue reading Election History – Part 3
-Karen Michelle Last week we looked at the history of voting the in US and cited some specific examples of voter fraud. Now let’s look at the claims of election tampering from both sides of the aisle and try to parse out the truth. Claims from the Right Reports of voter fraud abound from the … Continue reading Election History – Part 2