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Conservatives aim to convert convicts at 'Prison CPAC'

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Posted By: tisHimself, 11/10/2019 6:19:46 AM

The Conservative Political Action Conference went to prison — and found a receptive audience among the locked-up murderers, robbers and drug dealers there. The American Conservative Union hosted its first-ever “Prison CPAC” this week to coach about 250 inmates on the life lessons and conservative values they need to reenter society.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: LadyChurchillUSA 11/10/2019 7:15:46 AM (No. 231254)
Another plan that just might backfire on the democrat/communist party. The key is to give these people a sustainable means of support outside of the government. To give a man pride in his work and make his family proud of him is to give him a life worthwhile.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: padiva 11/10/2019 8:38:55 AM (No. 231349)
Earlier this year, Rush had a caller named Jerome. Jerome listened to Rush while he spent some time in solitary confinement. He said it turned his life around. The dems had been lying to him. Now, he has his freedom and is getting his life together. I pray that he makes good decisions.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: columba 11/10/2019 4:02:33 PM (No. 231694)
Many prisoners realize that the conservative (read Bible directed) view is the way to go for a successful America.
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