Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) recently introduced an amendment to a bill to require drug testing for those receiving welfare. Hatch claimed it will save money. Why not save some REAL money and start drug testing members of Congress, their staff and fede
The 76-year-old general denied taking payments from Colombian drug lords in the 1980s and told a Paris courtroom that cash deposits transferred to French banks came from his legitimate businesses and the CIA.
"What does Washington want from Mexico? On the security side, the U.S. seeks total control of Mexico's security apparatus. With the creation of NORTHCOM (Northern Command) designed to protect the U.S. landmass from terrorist attack, Mexico is design
Gov. Bill Ritter on Monday signed two bills passed by lawmakers this session to rein in the estimated 1,100 medical marijuana dispensaries that have cropped up around the state.
Man he sure likes his smokes. We should introduce him to 4409's kid. Maybe they puff the same brand.
Phoenix NORML Presents: Former Undercover Narcotics Officer Jay Fleming, a Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Speaker - 7:00 p.m.
Paul Hutton, 40, was pulled over by police as he drove an electric Barbie car, which moves slower than a mobility scooter, near his home. "I was very surprised to get done for drink-driving but I was a twit to say the least. "It is designed for th
People are outraged that a man can be sent to prison for selling plant seeds. Marc is a glaring example of the uselessness and waste of the War on Drugs. How much taxpayer money has the United States blown trying to put Marc away?
After 40 years, the United States' war on drugs has cost $1 trillion and hundreds of thousands of lives, and for what? Drug use is rampant and violence even more brutal and widespread. Even U.S. drug czar Gil Kerlikowske concedes the strategy hasn't
US officials call it "the window": the period for heightened cooperation against narcotics cartels between now and the end of 2012, when Mexican President Calderon leaves office. Under his leadership, Mexico has sent 326 wanted fugitives to stand tri
The White House announced Tuesday a new strategy for the decades-old War on Drugs, saying it plans to place emphasis on treatment and prevention and urging sharp reductions to drug abuse rates nation-wide.
In this series of interviews with my brother Police Officer and Detective Howard Wooldridge of Lansing, Michigan (retired) concerning the “War on Drugs”, hundreds of readers responded.
"But we can't let them get away with claiming that they've ended the 'war on drugs' while we continue to arrest 800,000 people a year on marijuana charges alone."
Moms got tougher drunk-driving laws on the books and were directly responsible for passing and then repealing alcohol Prohibition. Now marijuana activists are trying to enlist the nation's mothers in legalization efforts
Nancy Pelosi – one of the world’s leading trending topics. She’s come out with a real stinker on this one. Quoting the Rand Institute, our brilliant House Leader has come out stating that it would be far less costly to treat your teens for thei
Savannah Georgia was inspired by other areas in the country and has joined the growing marijuana celebrations and protests. Around 150 activist came out to a public square and protested Georgia's arcane drug laws. It was a mix of colorful,fun and ec