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Making Peace With Drugs

A Dynamic Project To Reform Our Harmful Drug Policy

Promoting the idea that neither drug use prohibition nor legalization of drug use represent policies best designed to keep drugs out of the hands of children where most addiction begins and a book that details how this can be done in a way that leads to a drug responsible and healthier America, a massive reduction in crime, and an end to the black market and its violence.  We can do all this with a scalable state by state system of TOLERATION, COUNSELING AND CONTROL that allows adults to use the drug of their choice, supplies FDA regulated drugs from licensed [...]
  • KILL THE DRUG TRADE Ending the war on drugs in a System of Toleration, Counseling, and Control The book is written for the general reader as well as for professionals interested in drug policy including policy [...]


  • A couple of years ago the  School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins  reported: “In states where it is legal to use medical marijuana to manage chronic pain and other conditions, the annual number of [...]
  • Former Education Secretary Bill Bennett wrote a book last year decrying marijuana legalization. Among other reasons he included the well-worn warning that use will sky-rocket. Early indications suggest the prediction is overblown. In Colorado use [...]
  • It’s been a long time since I had any interest in using marijuana, but, I have always assumed one joint is like any other, except for THC level. If the THC level in the grass [...]