Harm Reduction Conference, Part 3: Doug McVay of Common Sense Drug Policy reports on the conference, featuring Alan Clear, director of the Harm Reduction Coalition; Amanda Reiman; Gretchen Burns Bergman; Nora Callahan; Steve Jones; and Philippe Lucas.
National African American Forum: Drug Truth Network host Dean Becker, Bishop AD Berry, former Houston police chief Michael Dirden, Houston Sheriff Adrian Garcia, Ray Hill, district attorney hopeful Mike Anderson and Krystal Muhammed of Black Panther Party.
Allen Clear, director of the Harm Reduction Coalition, on the forthcoming conference in Portland on Nov. 15; U.S. wages war of terror on Canadians; Judge Jim Gray on U.S. war of terror; Rep. Ted Poe on the need for judicial transparency; Doug McVay of CSDP on U.S. soldiers in Guatemalan drug war.
Bishop Allen Berry and Kevin Simms of the National African American Forum focus on the drug war; Seattle city attorney Peter Holmes; Dr. Donald Abrahms and Dr. Bertha Madras courtesy of NPR; Stephen Keenan, a parapalegic, faces life sentence for cannabis tincture; Mason Tvert on Colorado's effort to legalize.
William Martin, director of the Drug Policy Program at Rice University's Baker Institute; police in favor of change to cannabis laws: Betty Aldworth, Tony Rya and Neill Franklin; Mary Jane Borden with Drug War Facts; Terry Nelson of LEAP; Doug McVay on Bolivian coca statistics.
Caravan for Peace, Part 9: Neill Franklin, director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, discusses Caravan for Peace; Doug McVay of CSDP discusses a report on prison overcrowding and the Senate hearing on the drug war.
Lawrence O'Donnel eviserates drug war logic; Alan Colmes with Terry Nelson of LEAP; Montel Williams on marijuana laws; Oliver Stone discusses the drug war; Vivian McPeak on Seattle Hempfest, Remington Alessi for Sheriff of Houston.
John Doobons seeks cannabis oil for 4-year-old; Doug Fine visits Conan; Fred Burton of Stratfor on the drug war; Gary Johnson's challenge; Guardian report on the CIA and the Drug War; HSBC launders for cartels and terror organizations; Mitt Romney and LIBOR; Tommy Chong's cancer treatment.
Paul Armentano of NORML; New Jersey Governor Chris Christie; Joe Rogan and Tommy Chong; Terry Nelson of LEAP; Aaron Smith of the Cannabis Industry; late-night marijuana comedy; Steve DeAngelo of Harborside Health Center.
Tony Newman of Drug Policy Alliance on the recent Huffington Post column; head of the DEA Michele Leonhart; Chris Rock; Bill Hicks; Stephen Colbert; Ethan Nadelmann; PBS report on Mexico elections and violence; Terry Nelson on Britain losing their drug war.
David Bronner of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps discusses his act of civil disobedience at the White House; author Robert Platshorn denied income by federal government; Scott Meiner on forfeitures in the U.S.; Canadian doctor Perry Kendall's call for MDMA; Morgan Fox of MPP.
Dudley Althaus, reporter for the Houston Chronicle, on Obama's trip to Colombia; Rep. Ron Paul calls the war on drugs a total failure; Terry Nelson of LEAP saysa that Obama's "no" to legalization ensures more violence; Mary Jane Borden on the "drug war price tag"; Doug McVay asks if the U.S. is a drug-free zone.
Anna Maria Tremont interviews Eric Sterling of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation and Robert Sampson, former minister of corrections for Ontario; Dr. J. Michael Bostwick of the Mayo Clinic on medical marijuana.
Neill Franklin, director of LEAP, on the failure of the drug war to protect lives; Meagan Ralston of DPA on the rising number of drug overdoses; Adam Assenberg refuses plea bargain on his medical marijuana case in Washington state.
10 years of Drug Truth Network: Terry Nelson, Willie Nelson, Judge James P. Gray, Glenn Greenway, Howard Wooldridge, Marc Emery, Phil Jackson, Editorial, Gustavo DeGrief, Winston Francis and Rev. Alan Bean.