I welcome these programs. Anything that breaks recidivism and teaches men to contribute to society is a positive development.
Not every criminal is going to change their ways but those who are willing to do so - it gives them a second chance. With what the taxpayers spend to lock up people, they should get some return on their investment.
Its seems to me here is a clear path to doing that in California’s prisons.
I suppose that I agree with you.
The point is that all of the rest of Kalifornia seems opposed to entrepreneurship ... I find this very ironic.
Yep. Gotta make the best of a bad situation.
When I was a paint room foreman, almost my entire crew were non violent offenders from a halfway house and they were the best damn crew in the shop. I hammered pride into them daily. I saw the car thief a while back and he’s doing good with a family, buying a house etc.