Monthly Archives: May 2020

Little Proof that Drug Counseling Works

A study headed by Elizabeth O’Connor, PhD, at the Kaiser Permanente Evidence-based Practice Center in Portland, Oregon, has bad news for drug counselors and the youth-focused drug prevention industry: 26-MAY-2020–Bottom Line: The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has concluded … Continue reading

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The Supreme Court and Flushing

There’s an old Guitherism: The entire philosophy behind SWAT-style drug raids is that the death of a mother, a child, or the family pet is an acceptable risk to prevent flushing. I spent years railing about the drug-war exception to … Continue reading

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