Category Archives: End the War on Drugs
On Friday, we wrote about how Aurora, Colorado is using the tax revenue generated by marijuana sales to help the homeless.
Last week, news organizations around the world reported on the startling discovery of William Gadoury. After researching ancient Mayan cities, the 15-year-old Canadian noticed something extremely interesting. For explanation, we turn to Green Rush Daily: “He soon discovered that the … Continue reading
Maybe it’s our chronic optimism speaking here, but Uncle Sam’s stance on marijuana seems to be softening. Right now, the Drug Enforcement Agency is deciding whether or not to reclassify marijuana from its Schedule I drug status. Tellingly, the DEA also … Continue reading
You don’t have to have a medical degree to know that drugs like heroin and cocaine are highly addictive, and can have devastating consequences for people who abuse them. “Heroin and cocaine—along with marijuana—were ultimately regulated out of a sinister urge to … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting question: What does the United States have in common with countries like Oman, Pakistan, and South Sudan? The answer, as Take Part dreadfully details, is that the “Land of the Free” doesn’t guarantee a judicial concept called “retroactive … Continue reading