Unvarnished Truth: Good, Bad and Ugly NEWS about the drug war. Segments from around the world, with in house reports from Dean Becker and Doug McVay. Report on Harris County TX DA's hard core stance on minor amounts of drugs, Chicago Prohibition & much more!
Host Dean Becker, a speaker for LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) harvests drug war news from around the world and gathers interviews and speeches of major players in drug reform. This weeks program includes segments with Dr. Andrew Weill, Drug Policy Alliance's Ethan Nadelmann, segments from Fox, CNN, Israeli TV and much more. Marijuana, Mexico and madness all in one hour. DVDs and Blueray copies available free to Public and Independent stations.
Dean Becker, host of Drug Truth Network radio shows reports on the drug war from HMSTV in Houston. Becker a former policeman is also a speaker for LEAP, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. Segments on this first of our weekly one hour shows feature segments on the Caravan for Peace, Sen Patrick Leahy, Portland reporter Doug McVay, Jack Cole of LEAP and segments from around the US showcasing the horrors we inflict on ourselves via the policy of drug prohibition. Public and college TV stations are invited to procure blue ray copies, free of charge and all are invited to share the Unvarnished Truth. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for watching.
"What we have here is a failure to communicate."
We, meaning nearly every American politician, authority and citizen, insofar as addressing the problems of drug war. We will always have drugs and will always have problems with drugs but they will be much less severe when we tax, regulate and actually control these so called "controlled substances" for adult use.
We can suppose for another 93 years that we can change the minds of hundreds of millions of users worldwide, tens of millions of growers, traffickers, distributors; continue to feed our terrorist enemies cash cow, fund the paramilitaries in Colombia and the deadly cartels in Mexico, give reason for the violent gangs to exist on our streets, ensure our childrens easy access to drugs or we can legalize drugs for adults. The answer to this question must come from you and be directed to our servants in the legislatures. Silence is far from golden.
Produced by Mike Gray, http://mike-gray.org/, of Common Sense for Drug Policy, with assistance from Chuck Thomas of Unitarian Universalists for Drug Policy Reform, http://uudpr.org/ and the Interfaith Drug Policy Initiative.
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