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Dear Drug Policy Reform Advocates,
I would like to see us use another term for addiction other than disease.
The United Nations treaty that bullies the whole world to enforce drug prohibition is a Weapon of Mass Destruction (WMD)!
Due to issues beyond my control it became impossible to download various PDFs.
As the Democrats and Republicans while away the remaining hours and days in which they could easily pass legislation to reduce deaths, violence, crime, and taxes — to name but a few benefits of ending the Drug War — it seems instead…
Short & easy Halloween reading about the scary fruit from those who should shut up their mouths, stop printing junk in the oldspapers, stop mangling truth in every other form of media, & stop holding meetings where they parade lies, liars, and the deceived. The nightmare they accuse others of making is their own creation, an eternal crop of spreading smothering darkness with nothing to do but panic as they run from panic to panic.
In case you didn’t know, there are some interesting things happening this week.
A Chance to Heal for Families and Friends of Accidental Overdose
It has been the mission of Christians Against Prohibition to glorify God by pointing out how obvious legalization is: as a Biblical concept and prophecy, in the spirit and text of the U.S.'s Founding Documents, to bring healing of every kind — let alone greatly reducing death and disease.
There is some maintenance which needs to be performed on the website.
Since a very old (in Internet years) webpage was being loaded many times over, it was time to revisit it. (There is currently only one editor and proofreader.)
- 2014 Northeast Regional SSDP Conference
- Saturday, March 29, 2014
- West Chester University
- West Chester, PA
William Creeley, Keynote Speaker
“The Freedom of Conscience: Fighting back on college campuses”
Director of Legal and Public Advocacy at The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education
Preventing Overdose: Passing policies that save lives (Panel)
Embracing Harm Reduction in the Live Music Community: Saving lives through evidence based solutions (Panel)
Following Suit: Will marijuana legalization come to the Northeast? (Panel)
Who Will Watch the Watchmen? Holding officers accountable during a police encounter (Panel)
Connecting the Dots: From Activist to Entrepreneur (Panel)
After the conference, students, alumni and other supporters are invited to join us for a networking social from 7:30-10pm.
Not long ago was the 90th birthday of someone who died just about two weeks ago. A very long-time member of my church.
He was a ‘legalizer.’
I am sorry there hasn’t been any news or updates here recently.
I hope to remedy that soon.
Give the gift of life, love, and truth: tell folks about the desperate need to end the Drug War (and the only way to do that: legalize).