Roger Goodman is a Washington State Representative, Chair of their House Public Safety Committee 7:00 Video from Cultural Baggage radio program.
Becker's Buds, the Conscientious Objectors to Drug War video series is designed to educate, enlighten and embolden the viewer to realize the utter futility and actual destruction created through belief in drug prohibition. We interview those in the know, politicians, doctors, judges, prosecutors, cops, coroners, Christians and hundreds more. Your host Dean Becker proves beyond any shadow of a doubt that the drug was is racist, stupid, immoral and without any benefit to you, your neighborhood or our nation.
Former President of Switzerland and founder of the Global Commission on Drug Policy, Ruth Dreifuss discusses failure of drug war, part of half hour discussion available from Cultural Baggage from the Drug Truth Network. 12:00
Carl Hart is a professor of neuroscience and psychology at Columbia University. Dr. Hart joins us for the half hour to discuss his newest book: Drug Use for Grown Ups - Chasing Liberty in the Land of Fear. Hart is known for his research in drug abuse and drug addiction. Hart was the first tenured African American professor of sciences at Columbia University. Video: 7:07
Kevin Zeese an attorney, co founder of Drug Policy Foundation and a host of other advocacy groups including his recent Popular Resistance passed away on September 5. This 49 minute interview focuses on drug war but contains many points regarding our elections, our responsibilities and the future of these United States. Part of Drug Truth Networks ongoing Conscientious Objectors series with "Becker's Buds." (Recorded 8/5/20, 49:11)
BETO O'ROURKE on Kamala + Biden & Drug War - BECKER'S BUDS 08/13/20 (9:45)
This ten minute slice of a half hour video with Beto O'Rourke former Congressman from Texas and Democratic Candidate for President & DTN reporter Dean Becker. What does Senator Harris record as a prosecutor bring to the ticket? What does VP Bidens record as a drug war proponent say? One of more than 8,000 drug war related interviews available