Cultural Baggage 2002
Mark Stepnoski, former Dallas Cowboy center and perennial Pro Bowl winner is now the President of Texas' National Organization for
the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML)
Greg Gladden, ACLU attorney will be our guest to discuss the drug laws, the "Fatherland" bill and many other aspects that impact our freedoms.
Al Giordano, noted journalist and publisher of narconews.com. The politics of Colombia, the investigative reporting that alerts us all to the real truth in Mexico, Central and South America.
Rev. Alan Bean
We will discuss the news from Tulia, Texas, where 39 black people were arrested in one night. Local newspaper headlines said: "Taking out the Garbage." These people were tried by all-white juries and given prison sentences ranging to the hundreds of years.
Kevin Zeese, president of Common Sense for Drug Policy and Prof. David Duncan, Professor, School of Medicine Brown University., http://www.duncan-associates.com/
Sen. Pierre Nolin and Eugene Oscapella of the Canadian Drug Policy Foundation discuss a Canadian Senate report calling for legal cannabis, freeing the prisoners and leaving the single convention treaty.
Dr. G. Alan Robison, distinguished professor of pharmacology at UT Health Science Center, plus George McMahon, federally supplied
medical marijuana patient.
Charles Thomas of Unitarian Universalists for Drug Policy Reform, plus Chris Davies, Member of the European Parliament on
drug law reform in Great Britain and throughout Europe.
Judge James P. Gray, author of "Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It."
Investigative reporter Daniel Forbes discusses his four-month long Institute for Policy Studies investigation detailing political malfeasance, the misuse of public funds and the inappropriate use of government resources in Ohio.