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Know your rights! These are your rights!

-- The Clash

A Letter to the National Platform Committee of 2005 by Haze
 A short letter that would make a person think of marijuanna in a new light.
A Pistol, a Badge and Heroin by Philip Schwarm
 According to Mihajlovic, the 624 kilograms of pure heroin were discovered in a vault leased by the Serbian secret police in the Belgrade Komercijalna Banka, and an additional 70 kilograms of various drugs were found in the Criminal Police Department in Belgrade.
A breakdown of pot laws/penalties by state
A review of The Politics of Ecstasy
ACLU Denounces Drug Testing Rulings by ACLU
 The decisions, which upheld separate testing programs under regulations issued by the Customs Service and the Federal Railroad Administration, explicitly rejected any need for a judicial warrant or even a finding of individualized reasonable suspicion of drug or alcohol use to justify mandatory urinalysis and blood testing requirements.
Abuses of law enforcement
Address to Freevibe by Trifon
 I think we all know the travesty of propaganda that freevibe is putting out... lets take a look, shall we?
Agent Green Over The Amazon by Jeff Conant
 Rumors of the impending release of a genetically modified fungus as part of the War on Drugs in Colombia have been raising concerns among environmentalists and regional officials that a grave ecological and social crisis may be unfolding in the region.
Ain't Nobody's Business: The Absurdity of Consensual Crimes in a Free Society by Peter McWilliams
 The self-appointed moralists of our society have decided, however, that some activities are just too risky, and that the people who consent to take part in them should be put in jail -- for their own good and for the good of all. Such paternalism creates consensual crimes.
Airport Cocaine Residue Test Experience by Haley
 If you didn't know, Canadian airports scan for residue! How does cocaine get on your shampoo bottle?
America and Drugs: History and Analysis
American Drug Policy: What's the Real Problem? by Joe Germuska
 All efforts of law enforcement officials to crush the drug traffic seem to have little end effect on traffic. For example, in 1984, Colombian authorities seized and destroyed thirteen and a half tons of cocaine, more than the total amount seized in the history of law enforcement, and yet "it did not nudge the price of coke on the street in the United States."
Amsterdam's drug policy
Anti-Drug Military Cooperation in South America by Adam Isacson
 U.S. anti-drug activities in the region are being carried out in a way that avoids scrutiny and oversight. While some secrecy is needed to protect U.S. personnel and to keep from alerting traffickers, we need more information in order to gauge the policy's effectiveness, to be more alerted to the risks involved, to guarantee an informed debate, and - let's face it - to prevent incidents like last Friday's shootdown from occurring again in the future.
Busted? Know your rights! by Lieutenant
 If you find yourself in violation of the law and you get caught, know your constitutional rights to avoid getting in further trouble!
Cannabis Legality Issues in the UK by The High Priest of Apathy
 The state of legal issues surrounding marijuana in the UK.
Court rules out random drug tests by private employers
Dealing with urine tests on short notice
Drug Forfeiture Laws Coming Up for a Vote
Drug Testing FAQ by Justin Gombos
 During a job interview, have you ever been asked to piss for your new employer? New applicants for many of the Fortune 500 corporations are now being forced to take a drug test. In fact, 15 million will be tested this year. Drug byproducts can be detected in urine, blood, hair, external residue, and even perspiration!
Drug Testing- Watch out!!!!
Drug Use and The Internet by U.S. Department of Justice
 Advocates of an expanded freedom of expression are purveyors of information with yet another agenda. These individuals and groups publish information on the Internet to push the boundaries of self-expression and the First Amendment. The information they provide may induce minors and young adults to break drug laws or to become a danger to themselves or to others by abusing illegal drugs.
Drug laws you should know
Drugs: Typical Alternative Route by Chilo Metropolis
 I find that many talented, beautiful people, have spun themselves out of control. Their valid ideas and talents have been long thrown away, because they are controlled by the government with drugs.
Employee drug testing policies (by company)
Estimated Number of Drug Arrests from 1982-2003
 USA. Estimated number of arrests, by type of drug law violation, 1982-2003.
Eyes are Wide Open by Croc
 The current invasive nature of the government, made precedent by Depression-era federal expansion, criminalizes the use of euphoriant substances not out of concern for the public's well-being, but because of well established systems of law enforcement, treatment programs, and government agencies which exist and can only continue to exist if such substances remain illegal.
FDA press release of ban on overseas smart drug companies
Free Dope! The case for decriminalization of Mari
Freedom lost. More innocent victims imprisoned
Frightening stories of how the drug war has got ou
General Counterdrug Intelligence Plan by ONDCP
 These technologies provide improved drug detection, communications, and surveillance devices and methods to share drug crime investigative information. These advanced nonintrusive inspection technology concepts will, in time, replace the X-ray and gamma ray systems now used to search conveyances and cargo for hidden drugs at ports-of-entry.
HR4079 - This is the congressional bill that wants
How DARE uses intimitation to quiet the media abou
How to *beat* drug tests
How to End the Drug War
How to Pass A Piss Test by Anonymous
 I've been doing the test thing for almost 20 years, so you can damn well believe what I say.
I Hate D.A.R.E. by The Reverend Jason
 Why does everyone feel they need to save people? D.A.R.E. is a fucking retarded program that tries to get kids to not do drugs. You know what I say? Fuck D.A.R.E.
Inanimate Objects by Michael Dare
 Drugs are inanimate objects. There is no such thing as a "good" drug. There is no such thing as a "bad" drug. Until an animate object comes along and does something with a drug, the drug will just sit there. Drugs, like the rocks and plants they come from, have no morals. The central lie of the war on drugs is that there are such things as good or bad drugs.
Info on drug law, films, and literature
Info on urinalysis & how to beat it!
Information about an e- mail club that is trying to stop the Drug
Information on a group called Street Pharmacologis
Injustice for all: a guide to US pot laws [cDc]
Is the Bill of Rights a Casualty in the War on Dru
Is the Bill of Rights a Casualty of the War on Dr
Justice Goes to Pot. A horrifying true story
Kentucky State Police Drug Testing
Laws on Pot from State to State
Letter to Bill Bennett from M. Friedman
Libertarian Party on the re- legalization of drugs
Lies about the War on Drugs
Militarized Law Enforcement: The Drug War's Deadly Fruit by David B. Kopel
 One of the most significant trends of law enforcement in the last twenty fifteen years has been militarization. That militarization is the direct result of the drug war, and it is the direct cause of the deaths of Enrique Hernandez, Donald Scott, and other innocents—and of assaults on the persons and property of many more innocents.
Mission Creep: The Militarizing of America by Sam Smith
 The nomination of General Barry McCaffrey as drug czar symbolizes the nation's dramatic retreat from the principle of separation of military and civilian power. It further demonstrates the degree to which the Posse Comitatus Act of 1878 is being ignored and undermined by both the drug warriors and the Clinton administration.
Nice little card you can make for yourself refusing to consent to
Orange County Register rave articles
Passing a drug test
Politics & crap about the War on Drugs
Positive arguments for the legalization of Hemp in
Pot Laws from State to State (good to have)
Re- legalize drugs. An argument by Kevin O'Keeffe
Refuting "Drug-Free" Propaganda on Cannabis by Paul Hager
 The "brain wave" anomalies Heath apparently claims to have found do not comport with studies done of human subjects, which have shown that cannabis increases alpha waves (often associated with a meditative or creative state). This effect lasts only as long as the cannabis intoxication. No lasting effect has ever been scientifically validated.
Ron Paul essay on legalizing drugs
Scary facts about the War on Drugs
Sick of the War on Drugs? Here's a list of over 20
Six Year Old Suspended for Sharing Lemon Drops
South Central CIA Transcript by Charles Overbeck
 The following is a transcript of a Town Hall meeting between residents of South Central and other areas of Los Angeles and CIA Director John Deutch. The intense question-and-answer session was hosted by Rep. Juanita M. McDonald (D-California, 37th District) on the evening of Friday, November 15, 1996, at Locke High School in Los Angeles. The first part of McDonald's opening remarks was omitted for brevity, but otherwise, this transcript is a continuous verbatim record of the event. Transcription by Charles Overbeck, EASTERISLE@aol.com, for ParaScope, http://www.parascope.com/
Speaking Out Against Drug Legalization by DEA
 DEA is unequivocally opposed to the legalization of illicit drugs (including, marijuana, hemp, and hemp seed oil). The present social problems in the United States, including crime, health problems, and poverty, are substantial and will only be exacerbated if drugs are legalized. Any proposal with the potential to do these things is unacceptable.
Taboo No More - Drug legalisation
The Bill of Rights and the War on Drugs
The Case for Legalizing Heroin by Jeffrey Rogers Hummel
 Of all illicit drugs, heroin has the most vicious reputation. Even many of those favoring the legalization of marijuana and other "soft" drugs blanch at the prospect of a free market in heroin. The estimated half-million heroin users in the United States are viewed, in the words of a 1962 Supreme Court decision, as a plague of "walking dead"
The Law's Victims in the War on Drugs
The Media and the War on Drugs
The Penatgon's War On Drugs: The Ultimate Bad Trip by CDI
 The Pentagon's greatest fear is to be without an enemy. That was the situation it faced during the late 1980s as the ``evil empire'' began to crumble. In order to justify its existence and budget requests a new villain had to be found quickly. At the urging of the Reagan and Bush Administrations, along with most members of Congress, drug trafficking has been designated the newest national security threat. The Soviet commissars have been replaced by Colombian drug lords.
The Respectable Pusher
The myth of crack babies - collection of articles
This is an excerpt from the book The Politics of Ectasy
Toward a Moral Drug Policy by Richard J. Dennis
Twelve Reasons to Legalize Drugs
 There are no panaceas in the world but, for social afflictions, legalizing drugs comes possibly as close as any single policy could. Removing legal penalties from the production, sale and use of "controlled substances" would alleviate at least a dozen of our biggest social or political problems.
U.S. Travel Guide
 Because of the continuing "War on Drugs", it is more important than ever that citizens know their rights during unexpected police encounters while traveling. Innocent people in airports, train stations and bus terminals are being subjected to sometimes abusive tactics and coercive questioning by various police agencies looking for money, drugs and drug couriers.
US Commission on Drug Policy, HR3100
Unjust Laws by Tupac 2
 In all and all, the drug laws are hurting more people then the drugs themselves. The intellectual establishment already knows that drug laws do not work and are counterproductive.
War on Drugs: The New Opium War? by Joseph Miranda and Timothy Sandefur
 Why would pharmaceutical interests donate money to an organization dedicated to supporting the prohibition of illegal drugs? Simple: companies are always looking for ways to decrease competition, and legally enforced monopolies are among the best.
Ways to beat drug tests
What is a drug? by The Champ
 What is a drug? I see many things in everyday life that are could be drugs. What is the difference? Why can't weed be legal? I see people doing much worse to feel good.
Yet another innocent victim in the war on drugs
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