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  1. Posted by Rude Man, at Reply

    I want her to be President

  2. Posted by The crusty crab Is unfair, at Reply

    I wish i could donate but im working 2 jobs in AZ and i half to decide to fix my car OR buy food.. Thats a surviving wage. Not a liveable one.

    • Posted by Arnold Slater, at Reply

      The crusty crab Is unfair

      Seek community resources for food aid, help is out there and people do care.

      I am very thankful for the help I have received in hard times.

    • Posted by coffeebuzzz, at Reply

      Wouldn’t it be better to make minimum wage a liveable one? Why should businesses be subsidised by the taxpayer?

  3. Posted by Malcolm Erickson, at Reply

    Ending private prisons is less important than massively reducing incarceration period. We should end private prisons but let’s remember a tiny minority of all prisons are private, most are public. We should be closing 80% of prisons to be on par with the rest of the developed world for prisoners per capita. That would mean mostly closing public prisons.

    • Posted by BusterXXXL, at Reply

      Tiny minority? WikI: “Statistics from the U.S. Department of Justice show that, as of 2013, there were 133,000 state and federal prisoners housed in privately owned prisons in the U.S., constituting 8.4% of the overall U.S. prison population.[21] Broken down to prison type, 19.1% of the federal prison population in the United States is housed in private prisons and 6.8% of the U.S. state prison population is housed in private prisons”

    • Posted by Cthulhu Christ, at Reply

      If we just kicked out black people we would reduce the prison population by about half. Kick out the mexicans and we’ll almost reach your goal.

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  5. Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

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  6. Posted by Marijuana Saves Lives, at Reply

    If they got a decent wage they could you know, get out of prison, get a apartment, have food and maybe not go back into prison.

    • Posted by A54321, at Reply

      Marijuana Saves Lives Or they could do all those things before the crime. They work to pay back the $55,000 a year tax payers give to keep them there.

    • Posted by Marijuana Saves Lives, at Reply

      A54321 unfortunately it doesn’t even work like that. The prisoners don’t work for the taxpayers, they work for Walmart and KFC (major corporations).

  7. Posted by Janet Macklin, at Reply

    Alison I pray you WIN

  8. Posted by tremer 2009, at Reply

    Thanks The Young Turks.:D “We’ve got to de-privatize prisons.” “We’ve got to have the fierce urgency of Now.” “$1 a day”: private prison fans gleefully blanket prisoners as lazy and shiftless. But they profit nicely knowing most caged property would do something rather than nothing, even if pay is closer to nothing than something?:D

  9. Posted by Hamish Gaffaney, at Reply

    Stalin would be jealous your guys gulag system is the biggest in modern history most likely all of history

    • Posted by A54321, at Reply

      Hamish Gaffaney Stalin wouldn’t be jealous. He’d be upset they weren’t all dead yet.

  10. Posted by Brian Knight, at Reply

    Work is mandatory.. Pay is usually around a few dollars (if you’re lucky) a day. Then they can take up to 90%… Then you’re expected to pay for your hygiene and other things… Then when you are done serving your time; you are released with $40 and whatever penny’s you could save… It’s no wonder our homeless populations are so out of control and the chances of re-offending are as well.

  11. Posted by cattigereyes1, at Reply

    Minimum wage is slave labor

    • Posted by Canner, at Reply

      Soon the ungrateful workers will be replaced by automation, this will be so satisfying. Any min wage worker that still has a job will learn to respect and love their boss if they want to be able to buy food and water.

    • Posted by flewjewcoop, at Reply

      I suppose you think everyone is worth more?

    • Posted by Cthulhu Christ, at Reply

      Carrying all that first world privilege around is going to give you scoliosis.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Slaves were forced to work. Prison labor is there because they are given room and board after committing a crime. Also it gives them work experience so if they re-enter society they can work.

  12. Posted by Haanzi, at Reply

    The comment section is poison.. you know there is something to this when the alt right trolls are paid to come bombard the comment section with their racist rhetoric

    • Posted by Agnarr Salventius, at Reply

      Haanzi
      I know, right? It’s almost funny.

    • Posted by escorpio118420, at Reply

      Ugly truths = “racism!” to a Young Turd swallower. LOL

    • Posted by Nobody Famous, at Reply

      Haanzi Damn I wish I could make money from laughing at liberals.

    • Posted by casforpm, at Reply

      Ah, well you see Haanzi youve been reading the Liberal dictionary again. Where Alt Right Troll is defined as one who even slightly disagrees with prevailing Liberal unicorn hugging safe space lunatic bullshit. Its ok, you can hear an opposing opinion without needing to cry, youll be alright. Ffs.

  13. Posted by Diego, at Reply

    It’s the rebirth of the convict leasing system.

  14. Posted by Black Money, at Reply

    The jail took your jobs

  15. Posted by Green Party of Santa Clara County CA, at Reply

    We have to fix the 13th Amendment to the Constitution which allows for prison slave labor. It reads as follows:

    Section 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
    Section 2. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

  16. Posted by The Deep North, at Reply

    The United States abolished slavery for black people and replaced it with slavery for prison inmates.

    • Posted by Inanna Amunet, at Reply

      The Deep North and guess what racial demographic is imprisoned the most?

    • Posted by The Deep North, at Reply

      Inanna Amunet Yep! I saw the documentary movie 13th and it was a huge eye opener. Everybody in the US needs to watch this.

    • Posted by spoder man hates TYT, at Reply

      Don’t commit crime, don’t go to prison. The system is not racist

  17. Posted by James Graves, at Reply

    How is this not on your members website?

  18. Posted by funkyflights, at Reply

    Simple solution, money must get out of politics, it’s the only way this country will be saved…. Even our Supreme Court sold us all out to the highest bidder … USA is broken