Professor Friedman eloquently puts forward a compelling case for ending the drug war.
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Local law enforcement raided a local convenience store for satisfying customers. Unfortunately for the abduction victims the goods sold were sanctioned by their overlords. Local and federal officials Wednesday raided a convenience store where a St. Lucie County sheriff’s sergeant said illegal drugs were sold over the counter, according to records released Thursday and the […]
by William N. Grigg Joe David, a former California Highway Patrol officer, has made a considerable fortune byteaching police officers who to steal under the color of “law” through his “Desert Snow” consulting firm. When he arrived in Meridian, Idaho for a two-day “asset forfeiture” seminar on August 10, he probably didn’t expect to be […]
Local thugs with costumes and shiny objects arrested a 51-year old gardener. Apparently the plants he was growing weren’t approved by your overlords and their tax-sucking henchmen abducted the poor soul at gunpoint. Now they are holding him in a cage for ransom over the type of vegetation he preferred to grow. Source: Man charged […]
June was another sad month. On the Treasure Coast over 260 innocent people were abducted by men with guns wearing costumes for vices. Truly sickening. This only feeds the decline of America where 1.1 million Americans have been abducted and caged for vice crimes. Saint Lucie July was a dangerous month for non-violent people as men […]
Mises Institute senior fellow Mark Thornton reviews the cases of Portugal and Washington state: have the fears of the prohibitionists been realized? Source: Ep. 443 As the Drug War Recedes, What Are the Results? | Tom Woods
A mother who treated debilitating Crohn’s disease with cannabis oil finds herself facing three decades in prison for the “crime” of using unapproved medicine. Her child was taken away by the authorities and is now in the “care” of the state. What an example of the insanity of the drug war!
The war on drugs is a war on people. That’s why DPA is releasing a series of four short videos illustrating the human stories behind the movement to end the drug war. The video series profiles the stories and work of organizations that DPA funds through our Advocacy Grants Program, which advances drug policy reform […]
The failed policies of alcohol prohibition continue to haunt the Treasure Coast as 194 people were arrested not for crimes or victimizing others but for vices. As a result almost 200 people were kidnapped and cages for making their own choices. Crimes are those acts by which one man harms the person or property of […]