Dr. Stephen Frye, author of "We Really Lost This War: Twenty-Five Reasons to Legalize Drugs"; Sanho Tree of the Institute for Policy Studies on the drug war in Mexico; Bruce Mirken of the Marijuana Policy Project.
Neill Franklin, Baltimore cop with more than 32 years of experience and a member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition; Ken Wolski reports on potential New Jersey medical marijuana law; Abolitionist's Moment III.
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition press conference at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., calls for the end of drug prohibition, with Neal Peirce of the Washington Post, Terry Nelson and Richard Van Wickler of LEAP, Eric Sterling of Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, and the Poppygate Report with Glenn Greenway.
Lady Niedpath and Amanda Fielding, the director of the Beckley Foundation in the U.K., regarding their recent Cannabis Commission report on the relative dangers of drugs and a discussion on the legitimate use of LSD and MDMA for medical purposes; Terry Nelson reports for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.
NORML and pledge drive special: Keith Stoup, former director of NORML; Dale Geringer of CA NORML; Mason Tvert of SAFER; Los Marijuano's; Phil Jackson with the Black perspective on the drug war; Winston Francis with the "Official Government Truth."
David Bratzer, an active Victoria B.C. constable and member of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition; Poppygate Report with Glenn Greenway; LEAP report from Terry Nelson; CB premiere of the country version of Eternal War produced by Guy Schwartz.
BBC interview with Jack Cole of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP); New Zealand interview with Judge Jerry Paradis, also of LEAP; Poppygate Report with Glenn Greenway; Terry Nelson of LEAP; Doug McVay with Drug War Facts; CB premiere of "Eternal War" by Adult Users.
Peter Christ, one of the founding members of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, discusses failings of current drug war policy; Poppygate report from Glenn Greenway; Terry Nelson of LEAP regarding possible U.S. Justice Deptartment discrimination.
Peter Moskos, professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, author of "Cop in the Hood" and the recent U.S. News & World Report article "Drugs are too dangerous not to regulate: We should legalize them"; Poppygate Report with Glenn Greenway; Terry Nelson with LEAP Report.
Marie Gottschalk, professor at the University of Pennsylvania and author of "The Prison and the Gallows: The Politics of Mass Incarceration"; LEAP report with Terry Nelson; Drug War Facts with Doug McVay.
Reports from the Netroots Nation Convention: Jeremy Scahill, Cliff Schecter, Jim Hightower, Gloria Littleshield and more answering the question: "Can you name the number one success of the drug war?"; Drug War Facts with Doug McVay.
Brother Robert Muhammad of the Nation of Islam and DTN's Dean Becker discuss Houston's criminal justice system; LEAP report from Terry Nelson; Poppygate Report with Glenn Greenway; Drug War Facts with Doug McVay.
Professor Arnold Trebach, author of "Fatal Distraction"; LEAP report from Terry Nelson; Glenn Greenway with Poppygate Report; op-ed by Bruce Mirken of Marijuana Policy Project; Amsterdam prohibits tobacco but not marijuana.
Nurse Mary Lynn Mathre of Patients Out of Time discusses medical cannabis; Terry Nelson for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition; Drug War Facts with Doug McVay; Glenn Greenway with the Poppygate Report.
Bill Piper of Drug Policy Alliance, Bruce Mirken of the Marijuana Policy Project, Paul Armentano of NORML, Randy Credico of William Kuntsler Fund, Terry Nelson of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, Doug McVay with Drug War Facts and Glenn Greenway with the Poppygate Report.
Clarence Bradford, the former police chief of Houston, now running for district attorney of Harris County, discusses the drug war with host Dean Becker, a speaker for Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.
Bruce Mirken of Marijuana Policy Project, Paul Armentano of the National Organization for Reform of Marijuana Laws, Chris Hermes of Americans for Safe Access and Teddy Woodard's song "I'm Not Criminal."
John Baeza, now a speaker for LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) with 24 years of law enforcement experience; Poppygate Report with Glenn Greenway; a call for the first ever "Friends of LEAP" meeting, to make a coordinated contact with elected officials.
Dean Becker interviews Mark Bennett, incoming head of the Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, regarding the district attorney scandal, the jail scandal, and the decades-long and ineffective waging of the drug war.
Philippe Lucas, director of Vancouver Island Compassion Society, discusses recent UNODC gathering of NGO representatives; Winston Francis with "Official Government Truth"; Doug Mcvay with Drug War Facts; Poppygate Report from Glenn Greenway.
Patrick McCann, President of Harris County Criminal Lawyers Association, on his recent op-ed in the Houston Chronicle regarding jailing of mentally ill, prosecution of minor drug offenses, crime lab fiasco, second chances for first-time offenders and the death penalty.
Mike Gray, author of "Drug Crazy" and chairman of Common Sense for Drug Policy, discusses his forthcoming video, "Clergy Against the War on Drugs"; Charles Thomas of Interfaith Drug Policy Initiative; Poppygate Report; Official Government Truth.
In memory of Judge Eleanor Schockett who passed away on Jan. 12, 2007. Judge Schockett was a member of the board of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. Featuring Peter Christ, a founding member of LEAP.
Alison Chinn Holcomb of the American Civil Liberties Union of Washington Foundation discusses marijuana laws; report on cadmium poisoning of federal prisoners with Karen Garrison, whose son Lawrence was exposed; Paul Wright, publisher of Prison Legal News.
Matt Elrod discusses DTN's new website and drug policy reform; segment from Drug Policy panel with Carol Shapiro of Family Justice; Suzanne Mayo of Kansas State; Drug War Facts and the Poppygate Report.