I wonder whether the pro-death-penalty crowd has any idea how much it costs to keep a prisoner on death row as opposed to gen pop. Silly me, though, I prefer we (A) end the for-profit prison system, three-strikes laws, and arbitrary sentences based on melanin and/or "a [perceived] risk to society." Then we can (B) figure out community service for nonviolent crimes, an end to that "Have you ever been arrested?" question on employment applications (or at least make it voluntary, so that the HR person can ask "I see you put down 'Decline to Answer.' Would you like to tell me in confidence so I can decide whether you'd be a 'good fit' for our company?" Oh, and (C) thumbscrews and solitary for embezzlement and other white-collar crime.