According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, there is quite a high percentage of soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD.
America's Worst Drug Crisis Ever Is Causing The Streets Of Many U.S. Cities To Look Like A "Zombie Apocalypse" Has Arrived
When I say "Ross Ulbricht's world," I'm not referring to his present circumstances, of course; he's presently in a prison cell.
The U.S. government's drug warriors have recently made another drug bust, adding to the countless number of drug busts it has made since the drug war was launched decades ago.
However, though many of the overdoses can be attributed to the state's tyrannical lockdown orders, the spike in deaths began before the lockdowns.
Imagine if the DEA established a torture and prison camp in, say, Odessa, Texas.
CASHING IN Cartel farmers tell the Daily Beast they are importing stronger--more lucrative--strains of marijuana to sell in the legal market and maximize profits through front operations.
Federal Marijuana Legalization
REEFER MADNESS IN SAN FRANCISCO
San Francisco city officials have banned all tobacco smoking inside apartments, due to concerns about secondhand smoke, but cannabis smoke will be permitted under the new guidelines.
The United Nations voted on Wednesday to remove medical marijuana from a list of the world's most dangerous drugs - a move which could pave the way for an expansion of both consumption and research of the controversial plant.
On November 3, 2020, history was made in the American war on drugs. Drugs won. Oregon moved to decriminalize all drugs, even hard ones like meth and heroin as five other states moved to legalize cannabis in some form. Fast forward to this week and Co
Telling cops to stop kidnapping and caging people for possessing and selling a plant that has never killed anyone, is most certainly a massive step in the direction of freedom. However, many states who have legalized cannabis forget about those who h
As I write this, we still don't know who won the presidency. It is, however, time to declare at least one winner. After almost sixty years of fighting, it's clear that the War on Drugs is almost over and drugs have won.
oters came out for legalizing marijuana, removing criminal penalties for psychedelic use, and treating drug addiction as a public health concern.
Just yesterday we wrote about a ballot initiative in Oregon that decriminalized hard drugs, including cocaine, heroin, meth and magic mushrooms.
Thirty years ago when I started FFF, I could light up the telephone lines whenever I appeared on a radio talk show calling for drug legalization.
In a move we are sure won't have any negative repercussions on the state's quality of life going forward, Oregon looks slated to the be the first state in the U.S. to decriminalize "hard drugs" like heroin, cocaine and LSD.
Get 'em while they're hot! The Postal Service has just issued drug-war stamps! You don't want to miss out on these! What better way to send your Christmas cards than with drug-war stamps!
Your immune system is your first line of defense against all disease, especially infectious disease, and there are many different ways to boost your immune system and improve its function.