War on Drugs

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The author of "Rise of the Warrior Cop" will be here tomorrow at 2pm EST. Read more...
Narrated by Oscar winning actor Morgan Freeman, "Breaking the Taboo" is produced by Sam Branson's Sundog Pictures and Brazilian co-production partner Spray Films and was directed by Cosmo Feilding Mellen and Fernando Grostein Andrade. Read more...
Towards the beginning of the cult classic "Dazed & Confused," a high school senior named Slater, inquires of baby-faced freshman Mitch, "Are you cool?" What Slater was really asking—in this ode to 1970s youth and the counterculture—was, "Do you Read more...
Elon James White, one of our favorite comedians and a Netroots Nation stalwart, channels a lot of people sentiments in this video. It might be NSFW, but White says a lot of things that need saying. It's part of the ACLU's campaign to End Read more...

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Lawrence O'Donnell read from some of former President Jimmy Carters' latest op-ed at the New York Times, calling for an end to America's "war on drugs." Call Off the Global Drug War: The report describes the total failure of the present global Read more...
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If freedom is in danger, that is because we have fences to protect ourselves from it. Read more...
Well, semi-happy news for anyone who thinks our draconian anti-drug laws are a huge waste of money in a state that can ill-afford it. It's a shame that our Governator doesn't believe that we should legalize marijuana entirely, given his ... Read more...
What makes me saddest of all things in the world is this: the vast majority of the time the right thing to do morally is the right thing to do in terms of broad self-interest, and yet we don’t believe that and we do the wrong thing, thinking we Read more...