Monthly Archives: April 2013

4 years ago Comments Off on Treatment for Heroin Addicts to Win the Drug War?
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What do we say to the parents and families of those suffering from heroin addiction?  A recent Cincinnati Enquirer Series took an in-depth look at the local problem. Overdose deaths, babies born addicted and the pain suffered by families dealing with an addict were all eloquently described. (Read the entire series)  Information on treatment and prevention resources […]

4 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on Kudos to the Police
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As readers of this blog know we are generally discussing drug policy issues.  But today, with the events in Boston over the last week, we are taking time to comment on the police response to the Boston Marathon Bombing. As the nightmare in Boston drew to a close Friday night, I couldn’t help but feel […]

4 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on Cartels Moving into the US
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  In the April 2 edition of the Enquirer, the growing power of the Mexican Drug Cartels was outlined in the story “Mexican Drug Cartels slip agents deep inside US.” The story documents the movement of the cartels into the mid-west including drug trafficking in Chicago, Columbus, and Louisville.  Chicago authorities have even designated cartel […]

4 years, 1 month ago Comments Off on Shout Out to Libertarians
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If you are tired and occasionally disgusted with our two major political parties, you might want to check out the Libertarian Party.  Over the past couple months, I’ve been a speaker at some Libertarian events and I find their position on drug policy and other issues a refreshing change from the “same ole, same ole”  […]