The conservative case against the death penalty

By Marc Hyden Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty was recently featured in a story by the Washington Times. I was interviewed by journalist Danny Huizinga about why many conservatives believe the death penalty in practice cannot coexist with our principles. The article goes on to say, “In the end, the best argument comes to pragmatism and limited government. “Whether you support the death penalty biblically or theoretically, we can all agree that our government does not run it efficiently, with the proper efficacy, or fairly in practice,” Hyden says.”

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