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Submitted by David Borden on (Issue #702)

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Renee Greer (not verified)

I am an alumni from Arkansas State University.  My criminology professors encouraged us to read these articles for encouragement of daily happenings in the world around us.  I find this site very informative and useful.  I think it helps people understand the current times and challenges that we all should help do something about.  Thank you for all your time and effort.  I would like to see this continue to be a website of information.  Renee Greer

Sat, 10/01/2011 - 6:14pm Permalink
n/a (not verified)

I read your article all the time by I think you need to get behind Ron Paul more if he gets elected he promisses to let people out of federal prisons for drug only offences. He also is one of the biggest advocates you have he talks almost daily about ending the drug war and the dangers of the drug war. If we are ever going to get these drug wars to end it will have to be through education and politically. I think that you have a great cause but wish you would also talk about what other canidates do good for the drug war along with bashing Obama for his failed promiss. The politicians that want to end the drug war are on our side and should be mentioned for the good things they do.

Sun, 10/02/2011 - 2:20pm Permalink
Terry B. (not verified)

In reply to by n/a (not verified)

Obama said the same similar promise . He was supposed to stop federal raids on people who's states have legalized the medical use of marijuana. I do agree with you as a person who doesn't consider myself a Democrat or a Republican. I like a lot of things that Ron Paul has to say.

Mon, 10/03/2011 - 4:11pm Permalink

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