Tough question...one that has been posed since a caveman broke into a cave and swiped another caveman's fur suit while he was asleep. The definition of a crime is established by the majority of social government's perception of right and wrong. In our case, we have courts, higher courts, and a supreme court. The justices of these courts are often appointed by governors or presidents. Both governors and presidents represent political and social ideals. Our American criminal justice system is impacted by those political and social ideals. Example, the death penalty...favored by conservatives and reviled by liberals. The "three strikes and you're out laws"....commit three offenses and its automatic prison. Favored by conservatives and rejected by liberals. Therefore, you can virtually predict that our criminal justice system will essentially go with the political flow. Crime may eventually be curtailed by medical technology and genetic engineering. However, until that happens, crime will continue and punishment will depend on who is in office.
The islamanization of america and american schools while denying christian students the right to pray and giving muslims the right to pray inside schools using public property while denying the right to display the ten commandments,the american flag,or a nativity on public school grounds.