America's War on Drugs is rooted in darkness and hate; hate that was used to make Americans accept the kidnapping and caging of people for their lifestyle choices.
A family was terrorized yet nobody in the home was suspected of committing a criminal offense and no evidence of criminal misconduct was found.
Clinical studies of Mushrooms dwarf the results of dangerous pharmaceuticals when it comes to treating depression, anxiety, and addiction. Why are they still illegal?
A Tenessee Highway Patrol trooper is in hot water after he was caught committing an offense he's likely ruined many lives over.
In a recent interview, celebrity Lindsay Lohan revealed that meditation, along with the psychedelic drug Ayahuasca changed her life, and helped free her from the path of addiction that she was on.
The War on Drugs is cruel enough, but keeping this life-saving medicine from children is downright evil and monstrous.
Despite states changing laws to allow marijuana and despite the DEA saying they shifted their focus, Police and Military are teaming up to continue a war on a plant.
A new study out of Columbia University dispels one of the most popular myths used to justify kidnapping, caging, and killing people for using drugs.
The monetary, moral, and human toll has reached such epic proportions that law enforcement is even waking up to the horrid reality of the war on drugs.
While some states are realizing that kidnapping, caging, and killing people for a plant is immoral, other states are doubling down on oppression and bringing in the US military.