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By Timothy Lynch

ISBN-10: 1882577930

ISBN-13: 9781882577934

Greater than 10 years in the past, federal officers boldly claimed that they might create a drug-fee the USA by way of 1995.

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And I’m trying to make the most out of having been given the stage. I’m trying to communicate what I believe in. I believe in this issue. I believe that drugs are bad, but I believe that we need to stop arresting and locking up the entire country. 20 PART II THE CONSTITUTION AND THE DRUG WAR 3. The Illegitimate War on Drugs Roger Pilon In America we think it important that government and governmental powers be legitimate. Indeed, every Fourth of July we take great pride in tracing our heritage as a nation to our founding document, the Declaration of Independence.

Marijuana is said to be a gateway drug. We all know that, right? You’re 85 times more likely to do cocaine if you do marijuana. I don’t mean to be flippant, but 100 percent of all substance abuse starts with milk. You’ve heard it, but that bears repeating. ” Just know that there are two sides to all these arguments. I think the facts boil down to drugs being a bad choice. Drugs are a handicap. But should someone go to jail for just doing drugs? That is the reality of what is happening today. I believe the time has come for that to end.

25 Troxel et vir. v. Ct. 2054 (2000). 26 For a discussion of why majoritarianism will not serve as a justificatory theory, see Roger Pilon, “Individual Rights, Democracy, and Constitutional Order: On the Foundations of Legitimacy,” Cato Journal 11 (1992/93): 383–84. 35 AFTER PROHIBITION been violated. And here, the drug warriors are unable to show any such thing and hence any ground for resort to the police power of the state. Thus, far from being used to secure rights, the police power invoked by state drug warriors is being used to violate rights.

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