Tag: Drugs
Why Has Congress Militarized the Bureaucrats?
Legalize Recreational Drugs
Why Are Cops Acting Like Soldiers?
Obama and Civil Liberties: The Prospect of Four More Years
Social Liberalism and the Drug War
The Problem of Unintended Consequences: How Good Intentions Often Lead to Perverse Effects
The Corruptible TSA: Part II
Why Do Politicians Pander? Because It Works.
Sheriff Explains the Dangers of Marijuana
Tobacco Warning Labels Are the Least of FDA’s Sins
The War on Drugs Is “The New Jim Crow”
Siobhan Reynolds (1961-2011), a True American Heroine
Biodefense Cronyism and Corporate Welfare
Essential Fall Reading from The Independent Review
The Corruptible TSA
As Government Revenues Fall, Asset Seizures Double
Tobacco and the Limits to Utilitarianism
How Can Anyone Not Be Outraged?
The Destructive Evil of Price Controls
Uncle Sam’s Bloody Fingerprints on Mexican Drug War Violence
Government “Waste” Is the Least of Our Problems
Some Suggestions for Jerry Brown on the Prison Situation
The Drug War’s Ravages in Guatemala
250 Legal Scholars Condemn Obama’s Treatment of Bradley Manning
Mexicans Are Fed Up with the War on Drugs

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