The Drug Truth Network (DTN) is a media production organization dedicated to exposing the fraud, misdirection, and wastefulness of the “war on drugs.” We invite you to share DTN’s “unvarnished truth about the drug war,” through our innovative radio programming, including Century of Lies, Cultural Baggage and 4:20 Drug War News. Dean Becker & Doug McVay produce nine radio programs per week for the Drug Truth Network (DTN).
|09/19/23 Beto O'Rourke
Beto O'Rourke the former Congressman from Texas joins us to discuss drug war failure, mayhem and death at the border, abortion rights, LGBGTQ rights and the sham trial of Ken Paxton AG of Texas.
Second file, contains interview with Canadian drug policy expert and cannabis and psilocybin patient extraordinaire ALISON MYRDEN as well as the thoughts of MICHELLE ALEXANDER author of The New Jim Crow.
Basically its the first half hour, then the second half hour of my current one hour production Moral High Ground. Produced at noon on Tuesddays, mostly live, with call ins, topic always around the drug war but. the drug war is all around. Please email me if you would like to carry this second half hour each week I already produce. If you prefer to just use the full one hour, Moral High Ground thats okay, I thought best to keep previous show formats rolling along.
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Century of Lies
|09/19/23 Claire Provost
This week on Century of Lies: Aid for the War on Drugs. Harm Reduction International has released a report entitled Aid for the War on Drugs, which follows overseas development aid that’s being spent on policing and drug control around the world. We hear from the report’s author, Claire Provost. Plus, the Scottish government continues to discuss plans to implement expanded harm reduction and overdose prevention services.
|Houston DA Kim Ogg's Call To Strategize On Overdose Crisis
Top Law Enforcement to DA Kim Ogg's Office to Strategize on handling Fentanyl Overdose Crisis. Attendees include DEA Special Agent In Charge Daniel C. Comeaux, Sheriff Ed Gonzalez, Pasadena Police Chief Josh Brugger & Houston Deputy Police Chief