A new poll out this month adds to mounting evidence proven by previous polls that American citizens do not believe the “War on Drugs” has been successful and want a fresh approach on the federal level to local governments. President… Read More ›
Dominican Republic congressman arrested in Miami for involvement in illegal supply and demand business
Monday evening, federal law enforcement officers arrested 58-year-old Miguel Andres Gutierrez Diaz with illegal drug trafficking, following the official’s international flight from the Dominican Republic to Miami. While some drugs are legally bought and sold in the United States, some… Read More ›
Mexico, looking to fix its failed War on Drugs, passed a major hurdle yesterday, March 10, 2021, by its Congress approving President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s backed bill by 316 to 127 votes. The bill will now go to the… Read More ›
On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, Americans will cast the final ballots in who they would like to lead the country as their president over the next four years. Only three candidates will be on the ballot in all 50 states:… Read More ›
In August, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) released a final interim regulation to implement the Agriculture Improvement Act (AIA) of 2018’s provisions on hemp. With its regulation came an open period for the public to comment, and U.S. Senator Rand… Read More ›
While Joe Biden and Donald Trump were talking over one another, each making one outlandish statement after another, Dr. Jo Jorgensen was livestreaming from Cleveland being interviewed on the same subjects as Trump and Biden. There are only three presidential… Read More ›
Commentary: Of the three presidential candidates, who would maximize the freedoms of individuals in America?
Joe Biden and Donald Trump both support for nationalistic and protectionist policies. Much of Biden’s “Bold Vision” on his website could have been taken from Trump’s vision for America — almost verbatim when it comes to Made in America, creating millions of American jobs, etc. Both Biden and Trump have been fear-mongering during their campaigns, while Jorgensen has been promoting her ideas.
Tonight, Democratic Party Vice Presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, will speak to the virtual audience at the party’s 2020 convention. Harris is expected to speak this evening just before Barack Obama, and though we have not obtained a copy of the… Read More ›
So, the conclusion on the War on Drugs is that Biden and Trump seem to talk from the same script, while Jorgensen is the presidential candidate looking to end the War on Drugs. This is just one issue of many, and while most American voters are not one-issue voters, it helps show the similarities with the Republican and Democratic candidates while stark difference with the Libertarian candidate.
Three Iowa heroin and Fentanyl dealers sentenced in death of one while thousands of doctors remain free in deaths of 15,000 people each year
Part news and part commentary by Karl Dickey: OMAHA, Neb. ––Three Dubuque, Iowa, businessmen have been sentenced for their part in distributing heroin and fentanyl that killed a Dubuque, Iowa, man in 2016. Meanwhile, FDA approved opioid drugs prescribed by… Read More ›