RM50: Arrested For Registering Your Kids at Daycare

Thank you to our newest Patron: Laura who comes in at the Hustler level with a bonus. THANK YOU!!!! We had a lot of listener feedback and voicemail messages over various topics. Man arrested for applying for a marriage license; Women jailed on $150,000 bond for registering her children in daycare; AG Sessions forced out; Rush complains about allowing the felon vote in FL; The propeller heads have evidence against solitary confinement

[33:10] http://www.providencejournal.com/news/20181102/cranston-police-arrest-registered-sex-offender-richard-gardner

[37:00] https://reason.com/blog/2018/11/05/il-sex-offender-registry-for-kidnapping
https://www.theherald-news.com/2018/11/02/prosecutor-woman-broke-sex-offender-law-after-registering-children-at-daycare/avzsiui/

[42:45] https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2018/11/jeff-sessions-donald-trump-resign-disgrace.html

[48:15] https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2018/11/08/allowing-felons-vote-would-likely-have-changed-result-floridas-senate-race/?utm_term=.94500f635e56

[59:45] https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/neuroscientists-make-a-case-against-solitary-confinement/

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3 thoughts to “RM50: Arrested For Registering Your Kids at Daycare”

  1. Nazis put the Jews and undesirables in camps and exterminated them, what do you think US government is doing to those with Sex offender labels? Destroying any chance of living a normal life, putting you in jail for any offense related to children and exterminating you slowly with PSTD and other mental stress related worrying about what will happen next like some nut case controlled by the government mind control program to come to your front door one day and shoot you because your on the registry.
    Hey WAKE-UP, get the hell out of USA, I DID and what a new life I have!
    Sure you can wait and hope some change will happen, that is what Obama said to get elected, sorry folks, its too late, those in power will not let NOT change happen, no matter how many lawyers are helping us, revolution baby, that is the only way if your stupid enough staying in USA.

  2. When will the insanity end? Not with this administration I fear. Not that the Dems are lots better but there is a difference and not discussing it doesn’t help, in my opinion. We can’t find an enemy without knowing exactly who the enemy is. Like I said, neither side is going to stick their neck out, I fear but I’d love to hear from anyone who thinks the Repubs care about this issue.

    Social Science Research
    Volume 52, July 2015, Pages 147-160
    Social Science Research
    Legislative responses to wrongful conviction: Do partisan principals and advocacy efforts influence state-level criminal justice policy?
    Author links open overlay panelStephanie L.KentaJason T.Carmichaelb
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    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2015.01.004Get rights and content
    Highlights

    We examine state differences in wrongful conviction laws.


    States with more Innocence Network organizations have more of these laws.


    Conservative political ideology is associated with a lower likelihood of some laws.

    Abstract
    The number of discovered wrongful criminal convictions (and resulting exonerations) has increased over the past decade. These cases erode public confidence in the criminal justice system and trust in the rule of law. Many states have adopted laws that aim to reduce system errors but no study has examined why some states appear more willing to provide due process protections against wrongful convictions than others. Findings from regression estimates suggest that states with a Republican controlled legislature or more Republican voters are less likely to pass these laws while the presence of advocacy organizations that are part of the ‘innocence movement’ make legislative change more likely. We thus identify important differences in the political and social context between U.S. states that influence the adoption of criminal justice policies.

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