Update: Fox decides to amend bill before signing….
Oh please ! The US has finally got around to noticing that Mexico is about to change its’ drug laws and they’re up in arms.
Could someone please direct me to the data about the huge success the U.S. has had with its anti-drug trafficking/abuse policies over the past 20 years ? I remember Nancy (Reagan) declaring war sometime in the early 80’s.
How’s it been going, guys ?
Bet the U.S. must have pretty much mashed up the drug trade by now !!
Eliminated drug abuse among the young ? The middle aged ? The elderly ?
No, you say……
Hey, does this mean that the policy isn’t effective ?(Or something?)
Please note that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency is reporting that methamphetamines are considered the biggest drug threat in the United States at the present time.
And methamphetamines are manufactured in labs and garages and homes all across the United States………Mexicans, Jamaicans, Columbians etc need not apply…….
Makes you think.
“Opium and the Limits of Empire : Drug Prohibition in the Chinese Interior, 1729-1850, (Harvard East Asian Monographs)” (David Anthony Bello)
“Meth : America’s Home-Cooked Menace” (Dirk Johnson)
“Amphetamine Misuse: International Perspectives on Current Trends” (HILARY KLEE)
“Confessions of an English Opium Eater (Dover Thrift Editions)” (Thomas De Quincey)
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