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Plenty of news coverage resulted from recent State of Arizona execution of Joseph R. Wood by lethal injection. Joining Mike and Thane will be inviting a organizer to talk about current issues and events relative to capital punishment. The Governor Jan Brewer and the State of Arizona has been industrious in obtaining the drugs needed to kill people sentenced to the death penalty. In Arizona 8 people have been sentenced to death and subsequently released due to their actual innocence. The last person sentenced to the death penalty that was subsequently exonerated was retired US Postal Service employee Ray Krone.
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At the moment of preparing for this broadcast, we await the decision from the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) on granting a stay of execution of Troy Davis to allow his attorneys to appeal his case to them after exhausting all other venues.
This case has not only received state-wide attention, but national and international.
Beyond the focus of not having “reasonable doubt” to justify execution, what of discussion of this method of punishment?
What convictions justify the death penalty?
Where is the line drawn and by whom?
What right does one have over another person's life?
Is Capital Punishment justice? What benefit(s) does it provide?
The death penalty is a very controversial topic. Capital Punishment, whether it be THE CHAIR, THE GAS, THE NEEDLE, OR THE NOOSE has been around in this country since it was "created". Let me start by saying that I am in favor of it. Yes I am in favor of MURDERING people legally. Oh what, you don't think it's murder? Well maybe not by definition, since MURDER is described as "the UNLAWFUL taking of a persons life" and the LAW allows for Capital Punishment. But it is "killing intentionally and with premeditation" which is another definition of the word. See this is the PRIMARY issue with the death penalty: WHAT IF YOU ARE WRONG? You can undo the punishment. If some new evidence comes to light after the fact, you cant fix it and let them go and compensate them. Death is a permanent punishment. So if you are in favor of it, you would have to assume EVERY death penalty case is 100% without flaw, and we KNOW that just isn't how it goes down. Our country has legalized murder and called it justice. Gotta love America right?! Here are the questions: DO YOU SUPPORT THE DEATH PENALTY, AND WHY OR WHY NOT? WOULD YOU CALL CAPITAL PUNISHMENT A FORM OF MURDER? WHAT CRIMES DO YOU THINK WARRANT KILLING ANOTHER PERSON OVER? IF YOU WERE ON A JURY AND YOU THOUGHT THE PERSON WAS GUILTY, BUT THERE WAS NO IRONCLAD EVIDENCE, WOULD YOU VOTE TO KILL? WHAT DO YOU THINK SHOULD BE DONE IF NEW EVIDENCE COMES OUT ABOUT A PAST EXECUTION THAT MAY SHOW IT WAS A MISTAKE? DO YOU THINK ANY OF OUR CURRENT FORMS OF CAPITAL PUNISHMENT IS INHUMANE? IF YOU ARE IN FAVOR OF THE DEATH PENALTY, GIVE ME AN EXAMPLE OF A CASE IN THE NEWS THAT YOU FEEL THE PERSON SHOULD GET THE DEATH PENALTY FOR (TRY TO STAY AS CURRENT AS POSSIBLE)
The Hot Button issue for the page this week involved the botched execution of Clayton Lockett, an inmate in Oklahoma.
Lockett was convicted in the following crime against 19 year-old Stephanie Nieman: Robbery, Kidnap, Rape, and burying the Nieman alive (MURDER)
Political opinions have surfaced in light of Lockett's botched execution, and now the anti-capital punishment chants of "injustice" have begun to surface once again. Indirectly, Lockett is becoming a martyr for what people believe to be an injustice to the eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution; instead of the cowardly piece of crap that murdered, raped and tortured an innocent woman.
On this show we will discuss the following:
1. The injustice of the justice system
2. Making a martyr of murderers (Should Ted Bundy's life have been spared?)
3. Are people on death row too long?
4. Does it costs more to kill or keep alive?
5. The most important piece forgotten in the debate
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In the news, capital punishment is being hotly debated. The topic normally comes up when the public believes someone innocent is executed. What do you believe? We've often heard the Bible quoted as saying: "An eye for an eye...life for a life" and "Thou shall not kill". What does the Bible really say? Tune in and listen to two pastors discuss this very subject with opposing viewpoints. It's a show you won't want to miss! So tune in and get a fresh perspective.
Marijuana legalization could put the United States in violation of international law. An inmate's comfort in Michigan is denied by the courts. U.S. veteran is set on fire and killed in a possible hate crime. Charles Manson is set to get married and his future mother-in-law weighs in. Utah falls back on the firing squad when drugs for lethal injection become scarce. Italians are asking to be excommunicated and of course the Pope always has something stupid to say. So Listen Already!
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I will talk and play the following
Inside America's Capital Punishment Crisis
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End the Death Penalty Now (w/ Diann Rust Tierney) by The Zero Hour with RJ Eskow
Rep Harrington Statement Against the Death Penalty
In celebration of Women's Entrepreneur Day! This week’s powerhouse interview is with Whitney Johns Martin, the trailblazer who built the first SBIC and was one of the pioneers of initiatives focused on women entrepreneurs. She has worked alongside President Clinton, Alan Greenspan as well as Capitol Hill on how to invest in women entrepreneurs. A true headliner, she has been profiled in NBC Nightly News, CNBC, CNN , Wall Street Journal, Fortune to name a few. She is the now Co-Founder of Texas Women Ventures & Managing Director of TWV Capital Management, firms investing millions in women-led companies. Our women in the news segment include Ivanka Trump and the #WomenWhoWork campaign, startup Alfred's personal butler service and Intel's newest wearable technology for women, MICA. Don't forget to download our mobile app to listen to all our shows On Demand: http://monalisapowerlunch.mobapp.at/
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