Drug and Alcohol Prohibition

Sneak Attack on Supplements: FDA Regulation

Posted July 13th, 2011 by Sgt Jarhead
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Today, both the FDA and Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) dropped policy “bombs” on those of us who use dietary supplements. It is no mere coincidence that both were released on the Friday before a holiday weekend. By timing the introduction of their anti-supplement legislation and regulatory guidance this way, the FDA and Sen. Durbin are both hoping to evade negative publicity. We think it is better to keep American citizens fully informed, and with your help, we will get the word out. Please send this communication far and wide.

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D.A.: Philly's new pot policy just makes sense ... and saves dollars

Posted July 8th, 2011 by VeloAnarchy
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Just over a year ago, the powers that be in Philadelphia effectively decriminalized possession of small amounts of marijuana by offering offenders the chance to enroll in a three-hour class that would expunge the offense from their records. Not only did this give Philadelphia police more time and energy to focus on more serious crimes, it has also saved the city a pretty sizable Ziploc bag of green stuff.

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Libertarians assert powerful case for ending War on Drugs

Libertarians in Minnesota have posted an extensive report on the importance of ending Drug Prohibition, discussing history, statistics, and the principles of liberty. If you're skeptical about legalizing drugs, or if you support it but want more arguments to make against the drug warriors, this is a must-read!

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Ron Paul and Barney Frank: End the pot prohibition

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul and outspoken Massachusetts Democrat Barney Frank want to get the federal government out of the marijuana regulation business. [It's not perfect, because it still allows border controls, between states and other countries, and does not address other substances, but it's a start.]

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Geeky Stats About Magic Mushrooms

Posted June 18th, 2011 by libertyseeker
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Here's something a little offbeat for a Friday morning. A team of researchers at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has recently documented a safe, long-lasting way of improving both your life and your personal feelings of well-being: shrooms.

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Drug War SWAT Raid Victim Jonathan “Ryan” March Interview

Posted June 8th, 2011 by earthdome
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Last week, Mitch and I sat down with Jonathan “Ryan” March whose home was raided by the Columbia, MO S.W.A.T. team in 2008. The S.W.A.T. team was at his home to look for marijuana. Ryan had no prior felonies and no history of violence. During the raid, Ryan’s two retreating dogs were shot and killed. In this video, Ryan March discusses what it is like to be a victim of the drug war.

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Schumer Pushes to Shut Down Online Drug Marketplace

Senator Charles Schumer is asking federal authorities to shut down a secretive narcotics market operated online with anonymous sales and untraceable currency. The website uses a complex Internet configuration that allows the users to remain anonymous and untraceable by downloading the program TOR. To make sure the money exchanged can't be traced, the site uses a new digital currency called Bitcoins.

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Petition to end the war on drugs (International)

Posted June 4th, 2011 by dasdeck
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i know, i know...begging for something with a petition sucks.
still, this might bring some attention to the cause :)
does this even belong here?

cheers!

jm

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Report of the global commission on drugs

Posted June 2nd, 2011 by eugenetruston
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Report of the global commission on drugs says the global war on drugs has failed, with devastating consequences for individuals and societies around the world. It suggests to end the criminalization, marginalization and stigmatization of people who use drugs but who do no harm to others. Challenge rather than reinforce common misconceptions about drug markets, drug use and drug dependence.

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Report: 'Global War On Drugs Has Failed' : NPR

The UN admits "that the evidence overwhelmingly demonstrates that repressive strategies will not solve the drug problem, and that the war on drugs has not, and cannot, be won."

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