Cultural Baggage 2002

12/27/02 Listen

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)

12/13/02 Listen

Greg Gladden, ACLU attorney will be our guest to discuss the drug laws, the "Fatherland" bill and many other aspects that impact our freedoms.

11/15/02 Listen

Al Giordano, noted journalist and publisher of  The politics of Colombia, the investigative reporting that alerts us all to the real truth in Mexico, Central and South America.

10/25/02 Listen

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.

09/27/02 Listen

Kevin Zeese, president of Common Sense for Drug Policy and Prof. David Duncan, Professor, School of Medicine Brown University.,

09/13/02 Listen

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.

08/16/02 Listen

Dr. G. Alan Robison, distinguished professor of pharmacology at UT Health Science Center, plus George McMahon, federally supplied
medical marijuana patient.

08/02/02 Listen

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.

07/19/02 Listen

Judge James P. Gray, author of "Why Our Drug Laws Have Failed and What We Can Do About It."

06/21/02 Listen

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.