Kevin M. Doyle, a lawyer, graduated from Fordham College and the University of Virginia School of Law. After defending death row inmates and capital defendants in Alabama for five years, he headed New York’s Capital Defender Office until it brought New York’s death penalty to an end.
The stakes are too high for the independent-minded to sit out party primaries, writes Kevin M. Doyle, a pro-lifer and onetime Democrat. We must make a choice, even it is a random one.
When speaking against the death penalty to secular audiences I try to work in a plug for the unborn So once as a guest lecturer at Princeton I lamented the passing of Paul Ramsey a Princeton ethicist who demanded that abortion at any gestational stage be distinguishable from infanticide I equa