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Marijuana Legalization Begins to Undermine Drug Cartels by Pater Tenebrarum

Pater Tenebrarum provides his take on the futile “war on drugs”. ‘Back in the 1930s, after FDR ended alcohol prohibition, a certain Harry Anslinger, the former head of the ‘US Prohibition Bureau’ and newly appointed chief of the ‘Federal Narcotics … Continue reading

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From LearnLiberty.org: Why Is the U.S. Prison Population So Large?

From “Why Is the U.S. Prison Population So Large?“: ‘The United States houses more human beings in prisons than any other country, both in terms of actual numbers and in relation to population size. The U.S. prison population began to … Continue reading

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The US Drug War Goes to Africa

The 40 year old drug war prosecuted by the US government has now invaded Africa. This appears to be the final frontier of the drug war as all other populated continents have already been invaded. From “How U.S. drug sting … Continue reading

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  The Sad History of U.S. Peace Negotiations – “Negotiating for peace to prevent war is not the forte of U.S. governments” Government Targets the (Pet) Breeders – “We are in a deep economic stagnation, yet the government is killing … Continue reading

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A Scenario for Ending the War on Drugs in the US

The insanity of the official war on drugs was begun by president Nixon in 1971. Why Nixon and why 1971? The most likely answer is politics. Let us consider what was happening in the US when Nixon first used the … Continue reading

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