Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty featured in the Western Center for Journalism

B. Christopher Agee from the Western Center of Journalism interviewed me for an article discussing conservatives and the death penalty. Agee explained that conservatives are not homogenous in their support of the death penalty, and there is no shortage of reasons to be concerned with capital punishment. Agee covered the emergence of Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty. Agee said, The political right should be defined by an emphasis on the individual and, aside from core tenets such as limited government and personal liberty, should welcome the free exchange of societal ideas. Many assume, for example, right-wingers instinctively support the death penalty despite the fact a growing number of conservatives oppose the practice for a litany of principled reasons.

Source: Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty