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Drug War

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L. Neil Smith's The Libertarian Enterprise

Ca. 2006 or earlier: Mexican Government begins crackdown on drug cartels at behest of US government. Same time period to present: DEA begins various "stings" in which it helps Sinaloa cartel smuggle drugs and money. However, while smuggling

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arclein

Mujica won't win of course -- these days the prize is reserved for people like Barack Obama who make no contribution to global peace, tolerance or understanding at all, but the very fact Mujica has been nominated will send a signal with meaning and

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Simple Justice

Q. How long does a 48-hour hold last in drug court? A. 154 Days. At some point in every system, there is a dependency on human beings. Whenever a system depends on human beings, there is the potential for failure. Destiny Hoffman found that o

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by L. Neil Smith (The Libertarian Enterprise)

Among the War on Pleasure's countless victims, they have been made to feel guilty about everything that they think, and feel, and say, and do -- and most of all, enjoy. They have been the subjects of more vicious bigotry than European Jews

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Newly released documents, and testimony from Justice Department and DEA officials now show the stories of government running cocaine are true. One of the groups leaders, Vincente Zambada-Niebla, claims the American government also sent military-grade

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Chicago Tribune

E-cigarettes will join regular smokes and other tobacco products as forbidden in most public places in Chicago after aldermen passed a measure backed by Mayor Rahm Emanuel to restrict where electronic cigarettes can be used and sold.

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AP

Border Patrol agents at southern Arizona checkpoints routinely violate the constitutional rights of U.S. citizens with illegal searches and other actions despite the agency's mandate that stops be limited to immigration enforcement, a complaint alleg

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http://chrisinmaryville.net/

For decades, it has been rumored the United States government was secretly sponsoring the smuggling of cocaine into the country. Federal officials have long denied such speculation, pointing out the billions of dollars spent intercepting drugs. Newly

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