Century of Lies Moral High Ground is a one hour examination of the horrific failure of drug prohibition. Features in depth interviews with experts in law enforcement, medicine, reform, treatment and international involvement. Every day of the week, we prove the drug war is controlled by devious criminals. Moral High Ground programs are also trimmed to a 29:00 length and then issued as a separate half hour programs titled Cultural Baggage

We are joined by two guests, DTN reporter Doug McVay and Sanho Tree of the Institute for Policy Studies in DC. Topics range from graduation season, drug education, the hypocrisy of drug war advocates, international drug war scrapes in Mexico, Colombia, Afghanistan, around the world.  (51:19)

Sanho Tree, Doug McVay
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In Jury Nullification, author Clay Conrad examines the history, the law, and the practical and political implications of jury independence. Topics include roadside stops, The dissolution of law in the US and much more. (57:11)

Clay Conrad
Clay Conrad, Looney, Smith & Conrad
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(56:38}  Guest: Phil Smith has served as writer and editor of the Drug War Chronicle newsletter since May 2000. He has reported from the opium fields of Afghanistan and the coca fields of Bolivia and Peru, as well as the US-Mexico border and the mean streets of North American cities from Vancouver to Washington, DC.

Phil Smith
Phil Smith, Stop the Drug War
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Howard Wooldrige recently gave a talk to Grover Norquists gathering about Policing for Profit on US highways.

Howard heads up CItizens Opposing Prohibition and pays weekly visits to the US Congress to speak to our elected officials about how miserrable the drug war has become over the decades.  Howard travels extensively to share the truth about this eternal war on logic.

Howard Wooldrige
Howard Wooldrige, Citizens Opposing Prohibition
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Rusty White became a top K-9 narcotics dog trainer, Track and Attack K-9 trainer and handler, and served as the sniper for the Department of Corrections. White also worked for 7 years as a corrections officer in an maximum security prison in Arizona. White started to question the way the War on Drugs was being fought.

Rusty White
Rusty White, Law Enforcement Action Partnership
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Full one hour version: Doug McVay DTN reporter based on Oregon who produces Century of Lies each week, plus anthouny Taylor Cannabis Consultant, Chair, Oregon Cannabis Commission, Co-founder, Compassionate Oregon, an Oregon 501(c)4, non-profit medical cannabis advocacy organization. AUDIO only 58:00

 

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Anthony Taylor
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Matt Elrod has been a computer enthusiast since he purchased his first TRS-80 PC with 16 kilobytes of ram and a cassette tape drive. Matt became interested in reforming drug laws after becoming a father in 1987. "The drug war did not protect me, my siblings or my friends from drugs and I do not expect it to protect my children."

Matt Elrod & Glenda Barr
Matt Elrod, Glenda Barr, Drug Reform Coordination Network.
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Cliff Schaffer established the world's largest online library of research into the drug laws at http://www.druglibrary.org. The reason I established the site is simply because I had read some of the major research on our drug laws and I just became astounded at their stupidity.

Cliff Schaffer
Cliff Schaffer, Drug Library
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Dr. Richard Andrews joins us to discuss his trip to Switzerland gather new information about drug policy and techniques now being utilized around Europe.  Harm reduction., opiate use, needle sharing, compassion clinics, cannabis use, vaping, tobacco and alcohol.

Dr Richard Andrews
Dr Richard Andrews
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Paul Armentano's  writing on cannabis and cannabis policy has appeared in over 1,000 publications, scholarly and/or peer-reviewed journals, as well as in more than two dozen textbooks and anthologies. He is a regular contributor to TheHill.com as well as to numerous other print and online publications. Mr.

Paul Armentano
Paul Armentano, National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws
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