war on drugs
The government’s linguistic distinction to separate alcohol from drugs is obviously aimed at evoking a negative connotation of drugs and an acceptable one for alcohol, regardless of the latter’s devastating health outcomes.
As a global discussion about ending drug prohibition is underway, a buried admission by Richard Nixon’s former aide went viral this week.
While the public opinion polls released over the past few years have shown that majority of the great America populous supports the concept of legalizing marijuana, a new report by Vox in conjunction with Morning Consult finds that this pro-legalizatio...
Republican front-runner Donald Trump’s position on how to stop the drug epidemic is fairly simple—just say wall.
Criminal penalties do not restrict or reduce the availability, potency or use of drugs. The facts about heroin prove that drug control, by way of prohibition, is not only a myth but also a sad and tragic folly.