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Five Good Members of Congress

On Thursday, Congress reauthorized the Office of National Drug Control Policy. These are the principled members of Congress who voted against:

Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) Rep. Jim McDermott (D-WA) Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) Rep. Pete Stark (D-CA) Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA)

The rest of Congress likes spending taxpayers’ money on ineffective, racist, un-American, and wasteful […]

U.S. policy more interested in failed drug war than protecting Americans

Mike Krause, veteran of the Coast Guard, and director of the Justice Policy Initiative, writes in the Denver Post: Drug war trumps port safety

The top objective of the U.S. Coast Guard’s anti-terrorism strategy is to protect what’s called the “U.S. Maritime Domain,” including American ports. But it is hard to take seriously the idea […]

Rice demonstrates depth of foreign policy

Link Condoleezza Rice and Bolivian President Evo Morales met to discuss the drug war. Now, you might think that this would be a big thing — after all, there are huge differences in policy. U.S. pushes for complete eradictaion, Morales wants to preserve coca growing, etc., and there have been significant tensions between the two […]