It’s kind of like stating the obvious, but now there is an interesting study to validate what drug war critics have been saying for decades.
Citizens from across the political spectrum have largely considered illicit drugs such as cocaine and marijuana a grave threat to Canadian society. Accordingly, promises to get tough on drugs are proven vote-spinners for politicians coast-to-coast.
The 2010 Pulitzer Prize has been awarded to Kathleen Parker of The Washington Post for her perceptive, often witty columns on an array of political and moral issues, gracefully sharing the experiences and values that lead her to unpredictable conclusions. A MAP author search turns up 121 articles by her […]
Those interested in drug policy need to take a new look at Drug War Facts . This long standing project of Common Sense for Drug Policy has been a staple of drug policy research for more than ten years. The resource has recently undergone a thorough review and renovation to […]
If everyone is really worried about this, it would save lots of trouble to just legalize that.
By Mary Jane Borden Note: This post was written on September 19, 2001, just days after 9/11. The tragedy that unfolded the morning of September 11, 2001, shook America to its core. Surely we will look back upon that day, that moment in time, as the turning point on which […]
[Chemical Bigotry] is the application of obstinate opinions, prejudices, and intolerance to those whose chemical profile appears one way versus those whose chemical profile appears another way.