A recently released independent film provides a dramatic look into the world of drug dealing. The film, How to Make Money Selling Drugs, was made in cooperation with Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, one of my
Some controversial strategies to fight drug problems have quietly entered the mainstream of governmental policy tools. The latest example comes from the Cincinnati suburb of Springdale. Last week, Springdale City Council approved funding for a
Washington and Colorado voters approved legalization of marijuana last November. Officials in those states are now crafting rules under which marijuana will be cultivated, distributed and sold. Based on some of the alarmist rhetoric coming
Medical marijuana is now a part of the legal landscape in 18 states. Pending legislation in Columbus and a state-wide referendum movement would have Ohio join these other states. While national surveys generally show most
This month Senator Rob Portman joined a long list of politicians who acknowledged using marijuana. Portman thus joins Obama, Bush, Clinton and Secretary of State Kerry at the top of a very long list. Portman
Underneath all the ceremony and handshaking during President Obama’s visit to Mexico this week was the hard issue of immigration reform and the ugly reality of drug fueled violence, what the Economist called the “Unmentionables.”
As the NBA All-Star game day approaches, police and the FBI become aware of a potential terror attack on the game by white supremacists. As the clock winds down to game day, police officials work feverishly to halt the attack.
The book opens with the January 6 attack at the Capitol and as the story develops, the characters confront the country’s most pressing problems. The book ends with a hopeful but disturbing climax