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Eternal War

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"What we have here is a failure to communicate."

We, meaning nearly every American politician, authority and citizen, insofar as addressing the problems of drug war. We will always have drugs and will always have problems with drugs but they will be much less severe when we tax, regulate and actually control these so called "controlled substances" for adult use.

We can suppose for another 93 years that we can change the minds of hundreds of millions of users worldwide, tens of millions of growers, traffickers, distributors; continue to feed our terrorist enemies cash cow, fund the paramilitaries in Colombia and the deadly cartels in Mexico, give reason for the violent gangs to exist on our streets, ensure our childrens easy access to drugs or we can legalize drugs for adults. The answer to this question must come from you and be directed to our servants in the legislatures. Silence is far from golden.

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Unvarnished Truth #22

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Rally to End Mass Incarceration in Houston, featuring Ray Hill of Pacifica & more.



Unvarnished Truth #21

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US Senate hearing on cannabis use, with Sen Leahy, Grassley, Whitehouse + James Cole of DOJ, King County Sheriff John Eckhart & Kevin Sabet



Unvarnished Truth #20

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Dean Becker hosts, report from Doug McVay of Drug War Facts, Michelle Aldrich on CBS, Bill Piper of DPA, Cory Booker on HuffPo, Irv Rosenfeld on WaPo, Dr. Sanjay Gupta re DOJ, Glenn Greenwald re DEA, 2 Yr old cannabis user, High Times re DOJ, Colo state fair MJ booth, German cannabis report.


Unvarnished Truth #19

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Houston Community College sponsored a debate panel: "Are We Winning the War on Drugs?" Features Stan Furce of the DEA and High Intensity Drug Trafficking head, Marcia Baker a drug treatment provider and Dean Becker former cop and speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition +Tommy Chong decries the drug war.