The death penalty — Day 16

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, one of the men responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing, has been sentenced to death, and I don’t know how to feel. It’s not that I have sympathy for Tsarnaev. I don’t. Not much anyway, and if I have any, I know that he deserves none of it. It’s just that the death penalty, more than any other issue, makes it hard for me to decide where I stand. On most issues, I take a very liberal stance. It’s no secret, and it’s something that I’m generally proud of, but I try to see both sides of things. I grew up … Continue reading The death penalty — Day 16