Will Criminal Justice Reform Help Those With Mental Illness?

On any given day, 350,000-500,000 people with serious mental illness are in jails and prisons in the U.S. The good news: that's only 3.5%-5% of the 10 million people with serious mental illness. The bad news is that, over the course of a year, many more people with serious mental illness spend some time incarcerated and... Continue Reading →

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How BIG Pharma Gave Kickbacks to Doctors to Push Benzodiazepines while Knowing the Risk To Patients

The Truth Behind the Shadow Epidemic known as Benzodiazepines It isn't a narcotic much like painkillers Oxycodone, Norco and Vicodin, however medication like lorazepam, xanax and Klonopin are causing a shadow epidemic. Doctors are doling it out like candy, inflicting a surge of hellish withdrawals, overdoses and deaths. Ativan, Klonopin, XanaxKlonopin earns massive pharmaceutical company over $1 Billion a Year.You could argue that the foremost dangerous “drug” within the world is that the venom... Continue Reading →

Ball of Confusion

Donald Trump doesn't deserve credit for all of this, but he sure has accelerated it. At such a rate it's painful to read or watch the news. It's embarrassing to be an American. Free trade, Protectionism, Nationalism, Anti-Abortion, Tariffs, Russia, Mass shootings, Hate crimes, Racism, Immigration, Foreign wars, Guns, Polarized culture, Hypocrisy, Disrespect, Lies, Executive... Continue Reading →

An inside look at America’s war on Drugs

At the broadest level, the past half-century taught me that drugs aren’t just drugs, drug dealers aren’t just “pushers,” and drug users aren’t just “junkies” (that is, outcasts of no consequence). Illicit medications are major worldwide commodities that continue to steadily influence US politics, both national and international. And our drug wars create profitable covert... Continue Reading →

Judge temporarily Blocks Trump Wall funding

The preliminary injunction halts a $1 billion transfer of Pentagon counterdrug funding toward barrier construction. A federal judge has partially blocked President Donald Trump’s plan to fund construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The preliminary injunction issued Friday immediately halts a $1 billion transfer of Pentagon counterdrug funding to cover expansions and enhancement... Continue Reading →

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