LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jay Schlauch's conviction for peddling pot haunted him for nearly a quarter century.
Gnome Takes Axe to Drug War Reform by: John Grant
Amid all the chaos and confusion of the Trump administration, one certainty abides: Attorney General Jeff Sessions does not like pot.
Yet another police officer is speaking out against the drug war, this time in the United Kingdom. Former officer Neil Woods worked as an undercover drug cop for 14 years, infiltrating some of the most violent gangs in Britain only to learn his tactic
Study after scientific study expounding on the benefits of cannabis as a veritable panacea has garnered baseline skepticism, if not contempt, from the somnambulant corporate press keener to spew the State's anti-marijuana nonsense than aligning wit
Former officer Neil Woods worked as an undercover drug cop for 14 years, infiltrating some of the most violent gangs in Britain only to learn his tactics were worsening the drug epidemic.
On Friday, US Attorney General Jeff Sessions sent a directive to US Federal Prosecutors to pursue the most severe penalties possible for drug infractions, even if it triggers large mandatory minimum sentences. Like the drug war itself, this new/old a
Is this going to be a "War on Drugs" disaster or a collaborative effort to end the epidemic?
The House voted Wednesday to concur with the Senate's version of S. 22, which would eliminate penalties for personal marijuana possession and cultivation by adults 21 and older beginning in July 2018; it would also create a study commission on regu
My featured guest is drug expert Barry Cooper from "Never Get Busted" & "Trip To Wellness". Marc J Victor (Criminal Defense Attorney; Attorney for Freedom) joins the conversation as a special guest...
(Natural News) Medical marijuana is a booming industry, and more people are believing in the famed plant's medicinal value than ever before.
When Dominick Izzo first approached The Free Thought Project, he knew consenting to the interview would cost him his job as a police officer for the Round Lake Park, Illinois Police Department. After blowing the whistle on his boss, Police Chief Geor
The war on drugs is such an abysmal failure that even the lawmakers who have funded it for decades are drawing a line in the sand.
The power relates to phones suspected of being used for drug dealing, but in some cases, a phone can be disabled even if no offense has taken place.