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DEA Blunder Gets Agent Shot, Innocent Man Facing Prison

The wild-eyed nature of the drug war has produced a serious courtroom conundrum that could result in an innocent man being sent to prison. Last October, 32-year-old Joel Robinson of Columbia, South Carolina had no way of knowing that he was about to become the subject of ...

President Obama Just Renewed the Drug War

The Obama Administration has officially renewed the War on Drugs. The Fiscal Year 2016 budget plan released earlier this week, shows, despite the illusion of the puppet show in the nation’s capital working to reform failed drug policies, the master is hell...

How to Avoid Police? Stay Low Tech

It has become a priority for agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigations, and even your local police force, to not only tap into the digital world, but stay ahead of it, in an effort to clandestinely combat the War on Drugs. So, while the latest smartphone technolo...

DEA Tracking License Plates Since 2008

The twisted soldiers of the drug war (also known as the US Drug Enforcement Administration) have been caught pulling the old peeping tom routine on the American people, determined to kill their buzz. A new report from the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in...

Pediatricians Demand DEA Reclassify Cannabis

The American Academy of Pediatrics believes the time has come for the federal government to reclassify marijuana in order to facilitate research. In a recent policy statement, the national committee on substance abuse said that while they do not support medical marijuana ...

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