Daily Archives: February 19, 2012

The utter futility of drug laws

The underlying justification for most prohibitionists (other than sadomoralists) is that prohibition somehow is responsible for massive reductions in the use of drugs (and therefore a host of imagined societal-destroying maladies caused by drug use). Although you’ll pretty much never … Continue reading

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Ron Paul keeps the discussion going

In Vancouver: “If we are allowed to deal with our eternity and all that we believe in spiritually, and if we’re allowed to read any book that we want under freedom of speech, why is it we can’t put into … Continue reading

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Just what is the homeland?

When President Otto Perez of Guatemala proposed legalization of drugs, an interesting question was how and whether the U.S. would respond. Well, the U.S. is actually sending someone to talk with him about legalization! US Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano … Continue reading

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Motel Caswell

I’ve mentioned the asset forfeiture case of the Motel Caswell before, but here is some good additional coverage. The issue is that the Motel Caswell, which Russ Caswell and his family have owned free and clear for two generations, is … Continue reading

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