Category Archives: Addictions

Black youth far more likely to get arrested, figures show

All that follows is from a town where medicine, education and government are the economic engines of the community. Someone please tell me what is wrong here? Black youth far more likely to get arrested, figures show and Police trying to … Continue reading

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13-Year-Old Mexican Drug Cartel Hitman Found Dead, Tortured

The US drug use/abuse has created distortions/instability/disruptions and chaos in the social fabric south of the border in the countries that grow and transport those drugs to our cars, homes and places of pleasure. 13-Year-Old Mexican Drug Cartel Hitman Found … Continue reading

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Ranking 20 Drugs and Alcohol by Overall Harm

A study like this would never have gotten legs in the US much less be reported. Somehow don’t think there are any surprises here. Ranking 20 Drugs and Alcohol by Overall Harm

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The giant, gaping hole in Sandy Hook reporting

This link came to me in an email and when I followed it, it scared the daylights out of me because the press had not picked up on it. We can morn the tragedy and blame it on guns but … Continue reading

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Rising painkiller addiction shows damage from drugmakers’ role in shaping medical opinion

This is a wonderful article showing how big pharma influences not only the legislature but FDA as well. A great story and must read. Then someone please tell me that the fox is not guarding  hen house.  Too bad that … Continue reading

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Have We Lost the War on Drugs?

This is something I never expected to see in the Wall Street Journal:  ‘….After more than four decades of a failed experiment, the human cost has become too high. It is time to consider the decriminalization of drug use and … Continue reading

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Department of Veterans Affairs to track how veterans die

There is no wonder that no one in the administration wants to track how veterans die. It is because they don’t want to be keel-hauled for the promises they did not keep. Not only that but for turning their backs … Continue reading

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