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The criminal justice system imprisons far too many people for petty misdemeanors. A points-based system, not unlike the one built into our traffic code, could change that.
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Knowingly or not, Ilhan Omar is acting like a designated provocateur, playing her role in a shrewd effort to seize control of the Democratic Party. But her rhetoric has deep roots in American politics.

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