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Trump, Watergate, Nixon, Rockefeller: The Real Lesson

—Two very different men, two very different presidents, Trump and Nixon; but the real reasons for attacking them are the same— Watergate eventually became the story of two young rookie reporters who exposed and took down a president. Nixon. Try to think of another major story in your lifetime where the reporters themselves took center Read More…

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Police Arrest More People For Drugs Than All Violent Crimes — COMBINED

Police in the United States arrest more people for the nonviolent, utterly harmless non-crime of cannabis possession than for murder, rape, armed robbery — in fact, all violent crime — combined. A new study by the American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch exposes the absurdities of the war on drugs — like the Read More…

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Ten Myths About Marijuana That No One Should Believe – Part 10: Opposition to marijuana legalization is driven entirely by cautious prudence

On an ominous June day in 1971, President Richard Nixon declared to the public that drug abuse was now “public enemy number one.” With this one statement he would irrevocably change the course of the nation by laying the foundation for a reign of unprecedented political misappropriation and corruption all in the name of the “War on Read More…

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Nixon Advisor Admitted War on Drugs Invented to Crush Anti-War and Black Movements

In 1994, a former Nixon policy adviser admitted the War on Drugs was waged not to keep Americans safe, but to crush dissent. According to John Ehrlichman, who served time in prison for his involvement in the Watergate scandal, the Drug War was intended to disempower anti-war and black rights movements in the 1970s. Author Read More…