For years, New York State has lagged behind its progressive-minded peers in the area of marijuana prohibition.
In this heartfelt and thoughtful talk, Christina shares her ideas about the destructive impact of the war on drugs and the mounting evidence that the opposite approach would be much more effective.
What was it like being the absolute most hardcore opponent of the drug war way back in the 1988 US presidential race? Ron Paul! Looking back 31 years later, most of the things Ron Paul advocated as a 1988 Libertarian Party candidate for president hav
Innocent Grandma Locked Up for Months Because Cops Thought Cotton Candy Was Meth
In one of the most sweeping criminal justice reforms to date, the state of Illinois will wipe the records of nearly 800,000 people whose lives were ruined by the war on marijuana.
Having repeatedly failed to generate enough convincing propaganda to justify banning it outright here in the United States, the corrupt Food and Drug Administration (FDA) under President Donald Trump is now trying to eliminate all access to the herba
On October 17th 2018 at the flip of a switch the Canadian government went from hardcore prohibition era anti cannabis authoritarians, to full on dealers claiming territory left right and center! What changed you might ask? Do they no longer think it
The BLM is recommending screening stations at every entrance to burning man to test all 80,000 attendees for drugs in their system.
On May 17, 2019, the City of Denver decriminalized the use and possession of psilocybin mushrooms via referendum. Nevertheless, the vote was a nail-biter as the initiative was only passed by a tight margin of 50.5 percent to 49.5 percent.
Adults are more and more favoring the decriminalization of cannabis. And they don't want the plant's use legalized because they want to get high, rather most simply want a more natural way to combat pain or depression.
RPI Director Daniel McAdams opens the Ron Paul Institute's "Winning the War on the War on Drugs" conference last month with a short discussion of how the "regime changers" use the drug war to drum up support for interventionist US policies abroad.