California looking to pay drug addicts to stay sober

Posted by on Aug 27, 2021 in Other Issues, War on Drugs |

This is a great idea and it works! Excerpts from the Article: Frustrated by out-of-control increases in drug overdose deaths, California’s leaders are trying something radical: They want the state to be the first to pay people to stay sober. The federal government has been doing it for years with military veterans and research shows it is one of the most effective ways to get people to stop using drugs like cocaine and methamphetamine,...

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PRESS RELEASE – UNIVERSITY STUDY OF REENTRY

Posted by on Jul 24, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, Prison Abuse, War on Drugs |

PRESS RELEASE – UNIVERSITY STUDY OF REENTRY Citizens for Criminal Justice, based in Dover, DE, is pleased to announce that its founder and former Deputy Attorney General, Ken Abraham, is participating in a University of Delaware (sociology department) study of reentry and those who assist people in reentry. One of their points of interest is “what motivates those who assist people in reentry?”. Having counseled thousands of people in reentry...

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Milford doctor guilty in federal court of prescribing opioids for cash

Posted by on Jul 23, 2021 in Featured, War on Drugs |

“Mr. Greed” got hold of this doctor. With all of the pill mills which have been prosecuted, he was stupid to do it. He should get, and probably will get, prison time. Excerpts from the Article: A doctor who operated a pain clinic in Milford has been convicted of more than a dozen federal drug offenses tied to his practice’s dispensing of addictive and dangerous opioids. A federal jury on Wednesday found Dr. Patrick Titus...

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Drug overdose deaths soared to a record 93,000 last year

Posted by on Jul 15, 2021 in Featured, War on Drugs |

Another grim reminder that we are foolishly maintaining policies which do not work … i. e. the War on Drugs! READ The Power of Advertising – Win the “War on Drugs” – UPDATED 9/22/20 Excerpts from the Article: Deaths from drug overdoses soared to more than 93,000 last year, a staggering record that reflects the coronavirus pandemic’s toll on efforts to quell the crisis and the continued spread of the synthetic...

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Updated: Dover Police ID Man Killed in Late Wednesday Night Shooting

Posted by on Jul 2, 2021 in War on Drugs |

The area of this shooting has long been known as the place in Dover to buy illegal drugs.  As I have said hundreds of times, until the demand is reduced, there always will be a supply, with rip offs, battles for turf, etc., and the tragic carnage will continue! Excerpts from the Article: The Dover Police Department has released the name of a man killed in a late Wednesday night shooting that also left several other people injured. Officers...

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Juul agrees to pay North Carolina $40 million to settle vaping accusations

Posted by on Jun 29, 2021 in Featured, Other Issues, War on Drugs |

Good, but not enough.  $40 million is a drop in the bucket for a company with 2020 revenue of $394 million.  Why are some of it’s executives not criminally charged?! Excerpts from the Article: E-cigarette company Juul agreed to pay North Carolina $40 million to settle allegations that the company aggressively marketed its products to young people, leading to addiction to high-nicotine vapes, Attorney General Josh Stein announced Monday....

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