The November Edition/Carnival of the Failed War on Drugs has LOTS of links to stories of interest from around the web.
Special thanks to Stop the Drug War for answering our call for links to reference material for this edition.
1 We'll start out with a story we did last month that asks the pertinent question: What's up with Britney's erratic behavior?
Does Britney Have an Oxycotin Problem?
2 A plethora of great links, sent by:
Stop the Drug War
Issue #510, Nov 16, 2007
- Editorial: They Know More Than They're Willing to Admit About the Drug War
- Feature: Presidential Contenders and Drug Policy II -- Republicans
- Feature: Would-Be North Dakota Hemp Farmers Have Another Day in Court
- Weekly: Blogging @ the Speakeasy
- Students: Intern at DRCNet and Help Stop the Drug War!
- Full of It: Rep. Mark Souder Souder Gets Called on His Characterization of HEA Reform Supporters
- Law Enforcement: This Week's Corrupt Cops Stories
- Medical Marijuana: Invited By "Pro-Family Group," Drug Czar's Chief Scientist Testifies at Tennessee House Hearing
- Marijuana: California Cops Destroy Pot Worth Twice As Much as State's Largest Legal Cash Crop, But Still Miss Vast Majority of It
- Marijuana: A Week After Initiative Vote, Denver Bites the Bullet -- Sort Of
- Popular Culture: One-Third of Hit Songs Contain Drug Use References
- Australia: Queensland to Increase Drug Penalties
- Death Penalty: Two More Executed for Drug Trafficking in Saudi Arabia
- Web Scan
- Weekly: This Week in History
- Job Opportunity: Drug Policy Alliance, Deputy Director, San Francisco Office
- Feedback: Do You Read Drug War Chronicle?
- Webmasters: Help the Movement by Running DRCNet Syndication Feeds on Your Web Site!
- Resource: DRCNet Web Site Offers Wide Array of RSS Feeds for Your Reader
- Resource: Reformer's Calendar Accessible Through DRCNet Web Site
Russell Blackford presents Leave Hingis alone - on tennis and cocaine posted at Metamagician and the Hellfire Club.4 And a few more from Stop the Drug War.
And that's the November Edition of The Failed War on Drugs. If you have a link to a good source, graphic or story you've done or know about, pass it along to Hummmbert@gmail.com.
December Edition: December 15, 2007
Editions archived at: The Failed War on Drugs.
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