It’s Not About Legalizing Drugs — It’s About Correcting a Terrible Mistake
Thank you for stopping by. What you’ll find here is the easiest to use and most complete collection of official government data, historic media reporting, and above all else, better context to create a more accurate and complete picture about drug use and its impacts on our society. I use only the best, most accurate and most complete US Government source data available. The claims being made in the drug war debate can only be properly evaluated if the underlying data can be easily found and examined. So here it is: look at it, use it, and tell other people about what you learn.
My intent is to provide a truly encyclopedic presentation and analysis of the drug war that is easy for the average person to really understand. Everything we are being told about the drugs and the drug users is based on fear, being grossly distorted, and is being presented by our government devoid of any truly useful context. Our nation has been at this for 100 years — but it’s a battle against biology that can never actually be “won.” It is a sign of intelligence to learn from experience. To that end, rather than producing another 100 years of the same thing, we clearly need to reconsider our approach to this issue. Indeed, even those once charged with waging the war are saying that we need to stop. They were on the front lines: we need to listen to them. I recommend you read a few books too — the situation is far worse than you may realize.
We can forgive our long dead ancestors for starting this war, but we can in no way forgive those who press for its continuation. Don’t simply believe what you hear and read — look at all of the data yourself. You don’t have to be “pro-drug” to help put an end to the drug war. I hope you’ll spend some time perusing the site so you can see it all for yourself — and tell other people. Learn the truth: it should make you anti-drugwar too!