Friday, March 21, 2014

The Biggest Crime? The Criminal Justice System.

John Hinderaker from over at PowerLine writes, “One of the hallmarks of a totalitarian state is that there are so many laws and regulations that no one can possibly know what they are, let alone obey them. Thus everyone is a criminal, and only the despot’s discretion separates the solid citizen from the criminal. Unfortunately, the United States is rapidly approaching — if it has not already reached— this dystopian status. So Glenn Reynolds’s great column in USA Today should be a starting point for lots of conversations.”

And that Glen Reynolds column? It’s right here.

Don't miss it.