As the opioid epidemic rages in America, psychedelics and cannabis can provide real solutions, but the War on Drugs stands in the way.
This week, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov held his annual press conference, at which he slammed NATO's role in Afghan heroin trade.
A father of two was beaten, kidnapped, and locked in a cage — despite harming no one — because the state continues to fight a failed war on drugs.
In 2016 the UN reaffirmed its support for prohibition at a "special session on drugs," but one year later the UN is calling to end prohibition. The drug war is crumbling.
One headline even claimed cannabis is "worse than cigarettes for cardiovascular health" while others cited insignificant "leaps" in child ER visits.
In a massively spectacular irony, the sheriff who locked down an entire high school of innocent children to look for drugs, just watched his son get arrested — for drugs.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said he supports the lawsuit because it is "time for Big Pharma to pay for what they’ve done. It’s time that they are held accountable.”
The war on drugs claims another innocent life. This time it is a newborn baby. May 25, 2014 The plaintiff, Nicole Guerrero alleges in legal documents...
To implement his latest Strategy, President Obama has requested $25.5 billion in funding for fiscal year 2015. Bush’s National Drug Control Strategy By Laurence M. Vance LewRockwell.com The Obama...
This Sunday, federal drug agents raided a number of NFL teams under suspicion of illegally dispensing legal drugs to their players. Some of the vital...