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We’re way ahead of the politicians

Here’s a big part of our problem. In this column by Bill McLellan in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, he talks favorably about a visit from LEAP member Howard Woolridge. McLellan, like Woolridge, thinks that all drugs should be legalized and regulated. But what about the politicians?

…I wondered if we are about to reach the […]

99 year sentence for making meth

Link Let’s see, at roughly $25,000 per year in taxpayer money to pay for his prison lodging…

Official Dare Generation Day

President Bush is showing his eagerness to reward failure by declaring tomorrow National DARE Day 2006. Hammer of Truth got a better idea and declared April 11 an official DARE Generation Day. The DARE Generation are the fabulous members of Students for a Sensible Drug Policy. Classy idea.

Candid discussion

Peter Letang, Delaware’s former chief prosecutor says that we’re losing the drug war. He talks about the costs and the profit incentives connected to prohibition. He doesn’t have a firm solution, but he’s willing to talk about it.

I do not vote anyone else’s proxy in making these comments, but I can report that a […]