Vimax is a new generation drug that will make you to forget your worries about a small penis forever.Read more »
Looking back, David Dutcher realizes the gorgeous blonde who approached him through an online dating service came on too strong. His arrest shares similarities with three drunken-driving stops referred to by a sheriff's deputy who allegedly participated in them as setups intended to sully husbands embroiled in divorce proceedings.Read more »
Chemicals Used in "Spice" and "K2" Type Products Now Under Federal Control and Regulation
DEA Will Study Whether To Permanently Control Five Substances
Chemicals like K-2 and Spice are designated as Schedule I substances, the most restrictive category under the Controlled Substances Act.Read more »
An Oklahoma mother has been taken away from her four young children and her husband, and is now serving 10 years in prison for selling $31 worth of marijuana.Read more »
A new study shows that Ecstasy the drug commonly associated with brain damage is not as harmful as previously thought. Previous studies were carried out without due care and the results were skewed. Unfortunately the statutes made to regulate Ecstasy were made using these old studies.Read more »
Massachusetts introduces bill to legalize cannabis for recreational use... then regulate and tax it.Read more »
Richard Arreola was a former Boys & Girls club "Youth of the Year", small business owner, and father of a three-year-old.
He was killed Thursday night by an undercover narcotics officer in a one-sided shootout on 14th and Macon.Read more »
Last week, while visiting Mexico, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Denise Maerker of Televisa, who asked her opinion of proposals to address black-market violence by repealing drug prohibition. Clinton's response illustrates not only the intellectual bankruptcy of the prohibitionist position but the economic ignorance of a woman who would be presidentRead more »
A teenager who was prescribed medical marijuana for a neurological condition is being told he cannot attend school if he is “under the influence,” kdvr.com reported.
The teenager, who is not being named for privacy reasons, has myaclonus diaphragmatic flutter – a condition that causes him to have seizures in his chest and throat.
And the Four Loko black market begins. Police do a sting operation and women face up to three years in jail.Read more »
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