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Sheldon Richman is senior fellow at The Future of Freedom Foundation in Fairfax, Va., author of Tethered Citizens: Time to Repeal the Welfare State, and editor of The Freeman magazine. Much is made of how President Obama's position on same-sex
U.S. officials deny allegations federal drug agents in helicopters inadvertently fired at passengers on a boat off Honduras' Mosquito Coast, killing four. The United States has been assisting the Honduran military and law enforcement efforts to fight
Ever since the recent Summit of the Americas there has been a lot of chatter among politicians and reporting by the press that the war on drugs is not working. It has been suggested that the hard-line approach to enforcement has been a losing battle
Tuesday May 15, 2012 Search About Salem-News.com is the premiere Independent Online Newsgroup in the United States...The Oregonian newspaper May 6, 2012 is back at its obnoxious vilification of medical marijuana users with a title of an op-ed article
The vast majority of Americans support medical marijuana. The numbers are staggering, in how supportative they are in fact. Indeed, a bare majority of Americans support the legalization of marijuana, and not just for medical purposes.
In the city of Boca del Rio, Veracruz, Mexico, 35 dead bodies were dumped on a street.
The number of people in Colombia killed by US tobacco is way beyond the number of Americans killed by Colombian cocaine Do they have a right to come to the United States and carry out chemical warfare on North Carolina and Kentucky because they have
In honor of Mother's Day on Sunday, Diane Goldstein of North Tustin was busy all week with media interviews to support the Moms United to End the War on Drugs movement...She lectures across the country and throughout Orange County on behalf of the
Updated 3 hours ago Text size K eeping their promise to wage a renewed war on drugs after a brutal heroin-fueled murder of a South Boston grandmother, police rounded up more than a dozen people wanted on crack and heroin charges. There have been
One protester said officers treated him to a meal after they smoked him out. Photograph: Raul Arboleda/AFP/Getty Images Public safety officials in Minnesota have launched a criminal investigation following multiple claims that law enforcement