ABOUT THE EDITOR OF
ROBERT JAMES BIDINOTTO is an award-winning journalist, columnist,
and lecturer, who specializes in cultural and public policy issues.
A frequent contributor to Reader's Digest, he is perhaps best known for his
article "Getting Away With Murder" in July 1988. That investigative piece stirred a
national controversy about prison furlough programs during the 1988 presidential
campaign, and helped make convicted killer Willie Horton a household n...