However, if the debate is about a "humane" way to execute someone, why not inject them with the same drugs we use to knock someone out for surgery? No one debates the effectiveness of these drugs, they work, virtually every-time, hundreds of times a day for millions of people. The only bad side-effects are nausea and death, which aren't a problem in the execution process since the person isn't going to wake up anyway. Once they are out, you can dispose of them any way you like as they won't feel it.
"Civil rights groups dispute those figures and say other states have seen fewer African-American and Hispanic students attending highly competitive schools, especially in graduate level fields like law, medicine, and science."
I'm sure that is all about racism, and has absolutely NOTHING to do with whole "minority" thing, and there being less of them as a percentage of the population...
I see so you want the policy to be in place so that you can be outraged that it happened instead of preventing it from happening.
Nice slippery slope fallacy. You're 0 for 2. Care to try again?
You will lose an important tape file.