A DYNAMIC PROJECT TO REFORM OUR HARMFUL DRUG POLICY

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REFORM DRUG POLICY PROJECT at FinchDiablog.Com

Promoting the idea that neither drug use prohibition nor legalization of drug use is necessary to a responsible and effective American drug policy and a book that details how this can be done in a way that leads to a drug responsible America.  What the war on drugs has failed to do.

     Americans have decided that we want to control drug use.  We can do this within a scalable state by state system that tolerates adult drug use while drastically reducing if not eliminating the availability of psychoactive drugs to young people.  I call it the TCC SOLUTION.  A system of toleration, counseling and control can accomplish all that our failed war on drugs cannot.  These include:

515sITbr+sL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_[1] - Copy GREATER COMMUNITY HEALTH AND SAFETY.

THE PROTECTION OF OUR YOUTH FROM DRUG EXPOSURE

DRIVING TRAFFICKERS AND DEALERS OUT OF BUSINESS

THE EASING OF NATIONAL, STATE AND LOCAL BUDGETS

The book describes the conceptual elements and implementation details that will render such a new system POLITICALLY FEASIBLE. Both Liberals and Conservatives can unite behind this market based but government regulated program.

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We need to get the book out there and into the hands of the many organizations, interest groups, public intellectuals and all those who help to fashion government policy — people who can grasp the importance of its contents.   The revolutionary, but highly practical idea of the system described is a game changer that will work to the benefit of every American.

JOIN IN THIS EXCITING CAUSE — SPREAD THE WORD

WORKING TOGETHER WE CAN CLEAN UP THE DRUG WAR MESS.

          Dave Finch

 

 

 

 

 

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9 Responses to A DYNAMIC PROJECT TO REFORM OUR HARMFUL DRUG POLICY

  1. Dave good work and it is well past time that something should have been done.

  2. Helen Cavanaugh says:

    gret topic for conversation.

  3. Hi Dave:

    My friend Dan Scanlan sent me your link. I’m totally in synch with the issue and look forward to reading your book. He suggested that your blog might help you to get published.
    I, too, am a writer and have long struggled to find publishers. I’m now convinced that self-publishing an eBook on line is the way to go. In fact, twenty or so years ago I wrote an article for The Whole Earth Review predicting the demise of the printed book. I love printed books, but the many advantages of ebooks is most compelling, especially since the appearance of Kindle and other tablets.
    Best of luck on your endeavors,

    Adam Heilbrun
    (Grass valley)

  4. RICHARD BOSSHARDT says:

    RIGHT ON, DAVE.!
    I will be commenting later on parallels to these efforts in Switzerland, where I lived a long time, and where they are making some headway in controlled use of gov’t supplied drugs under supervision to gte rid of addiction. They also have a problem with centuries old open door to real war refugees, who today are illegal ‘immigrants’ bringing in and dispensing drugs for money, much like across our Mexican border.

  5. John Mueller says:

    Great job ! We certainly need some more dialogue about the Drug problem. Hope you find a publisher. Will certainly put it on the “must read” list!

  6. Paula Roediger says:

    I just subscribed to your blog. I, too, recently joined Sierra Writers and was curious about your book. I look forward to your posts. Also, I noticed a typo on your home page: “I predict you will find, as I have, that this is a subect to get excited about.” The word subject.

  7. It’s an herb not a drug. What’s the debate? I find it silly it has not been legalized across the globe.

  8. Hi,

    I really enjoyed reading through your blog posts on Finchdiablog.com. I got a real sense of your enthusiasm and passion in each post.I write Herfitnessjournal.com – a blog about diet, medicine, a dash of science, and my personal exercise habits. If you’re interested I would love to have you on as a guest blogger. Just shoot me quick a e-mail and we chat about it. Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks,
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  9. Really amazing post! thanks for sharing. will back again.

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