Tag Archives: War on Drugs

Oligarchs, Bankers, and Swindlers

Washington’s “New Managers” in Latin America By James Petras Source: Dissident Voice Amid raging corruption, social pathologies and outright political thuggery, a new gang of vassal regimes has taken-over Latin America. The new rulers are strictly recruited as the protégé’s … Continue reading

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2016 election decides who controls the drug trade

By Daniel Hopsicker (Mad Cow Morning News) In the Presidential Election of 2016, Republican and Democratic insiders are wrestling like two dogs over a bone over who controls the illegal drug trade. To the victor go the spoils. Who wins the … Continue reading

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Blood Money: Four More Years of Drug War Horror with HRC

By Chris Floyd (Empire Burlesque) The Drug War, like the Terror War, is essentially a vast machine for profiteering by the purveyors of weapons and tools of repression. Like the Terror War, the Drug War demonstrably exacerbates the problems it … Continue reading

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The Growing Acceptance of Marijuana Smoking in Society

By Keith Stroup, NORML Legal Counsel Source: NORML Blog We are at a tipping point in this country regarding the legalization of marijuana, and it is exhilarating to experience the ending of prohibition and the start of legalization. Even as … Continue reading

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Two for Tuesday

Reefer Madness: The Movie Musical

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Saturday Matinee: Reefer Madness the Movie Musical

The earliest version of Reefer Madness was released in 1936. It was financed by a church group who intended it to be a morality tale warning parents of supposed dangers of cannabis use and helped prime the public for prohibitionist … Continue reading

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On the Drug War, and Other “Mistakes”

By Kevin Carson Source: Center for a Stateless Society In a new article at Harper’s (“Legalize It All,” April 2016), Dan Baum recalls a 1994 confession by former Nixon domestic policy adviser John Ehrlichmann, about Nixon’s motives in first launching … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: Hemp Doc Double Feature

The Hemp Revolution (1995) covers the history, cultivation and usage of hemp including food, fuel, building material and medicine. It also explores some of the factors behind the prohibition of hemp production in the U.S. in 1938 (including pressure from … Continue reading

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