Marc Levin | March 16, 2018
This article by Marc Levin and President of the Great Plains Public Policy Institute, Ron Williamson, originally appeared in Argus Leader, March 16th, 2018. Governors from the around the country spend a lot of time competing for jobs and figuring out how to promote economic development so their state has more assets and fewer liabilities. Here in South Dakota, there is a symbol of economic transformation that stands out as starkly as Mount Rushmore. Earlier this year, S.D. auctioned off a now unused juvenile...
Katie Greer | March 14, 2018
Thomas Lyons | March 14, 2018
Randy Petersen | March 13, 2018
Randy Petersen | February 23, 2018
In this new report policing expert Randy Petersen outlines the conservative case for policing reforms. Having spent 21 years in law enforcement, Petersen introduces four recommended areas for reform. These areas are police militarization, their place in the community, hiring and training, and lawmaking. This report recommends that in order to better support law enforcement, we must continuously examine their practices so that we can provide the policies, training, and equipment they need to protect communitie...
Elain Ellerbe | January 17, 2018
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Katie Greer | February 13, 2018
Texas’ success with criminal justice reform received several hat tips throughout Texas Public Policy Foundation’s 16th Annual Policy Orientation, February 7th – 9th. Right on Crime Signatory and former U.S. Senator Jim DeMint kicked off the event with the first keynote address. Surprise remarks came from another signatory, Stephen Moore of The Heritage Foundation, as well as former U.S. Representative Allen West. “Texas is the beacon of liberty” and the leader in criminal justice reform, said West. ...
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