This really is pathetic. Now the Harper government proves how far into the future they really look.
An award-winning program that helps rehabilitate prisoners and protect the public by keeping them from re-offending is falling victim to budget cuts.In other words, they don't. Sister Sage gives this a good slicing and dicing.
The Lifeline program, which provides support for those serving life sentences and helps re-integrate those who are released on parole, has been operating in Canadian prisons for more than 20 years.
Rick Sauve, who spent 17 years behind bars and has been out for almost two decades, says he survived thanks to the program he now works for.
Further down the punishment road, Impolitical makes a clear point on the Harper government's inconsistency when making clemency pleas for Canadians facing the death penalty.
Failure to provide evidence of a consistent position reduces the impact of such a plea, regardless of the jurisdiction.
It's like these clowns watched one episode of Perry Mason, two episodes of Kojak and made up their minds during the commercials.
More: Harebell highlights how these morons digest information. Must read.