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Bad Incentives

The impossibility of criminal justice reform

Photo Credit: Peter Bagge

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  • BestUsedCarSales||

    This is a great Christmas gift. I love Peter Bagge. Met him at ECC this year and have been rereading g Hate. Pay him more, Reason.

  • Texasmotiv||

    This was a spectacular read. Love it.

  • chemjeff radical individualist||

    Like the comic. He makes a lot of good points. Especially when it comes to the tribal nature of the whole thing.

  • creech||

    Starve the beast? Other than a Libertarian who might pull 2% of the vote, what politician wants to proudly declare he is "soft on crime?" Justice reform is going to take many decades of candidates who want to say and do what is right while accepting they won't win (or be re-elected) office.

  • Brandybuck||

    You can be tough on crime while not being for bullshit laws. Tough on murder, tough on theft, tough on institutionalized corruption, tough on rape, etc. A politicians does NOT need to promise to stick it to the underdog to be tough on crime.

  • Mongo||

    What happens if I read about the latest cop incident in my comfy chair, sip a glass of wine, and get back to reading Little Annie Fanny comics?

  • Eddy||

    That depends, are those comics legal?


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