Monday’s Column: Europe’s Role in Executing the Death Penalty in America

Yes, we even work on Christmas.

Well, not really — I wrote a column completely unrelated to Christmas a few days ago, and it’s up today at WorldNetDaily. It’s about European opinion of the death penalty in the United States, and the weight that opinion carries when many U.S. courts are rendering decisions. Give a read to “A lethal dose of Eurothenasia” for the whole story.

Okay, I have to get back to monopolizing the “Guitar Hero” PSII game my son unwrapped earlier. Merry Christmas all!

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