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Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Tuesday's Daily Brief: Democratic Convention Begins

Democratic Convention Kicks Off
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
The Social and Political Implications of Downward-Facing Dog
How NAFTA (And Other Policies) Fueled The Drug Trade
Texas Gathers Testimonials On Drug War Violence Along Border (VIDEO)
The Case to Fund Addiction Treatment Right Now
Democrats Release Their 2012 Party Platform (READ)
Richard Branson: To Win the Drug War: Follow the States
Legalization of marijuana is not a silver bullet. However, if we can get U.S. political leaders to understand the opportunity and take action, we have a very real chance to turn the tide on the war on drugs and end needless suffering.
Steph Sherer: Could Pro-Pot Candidate Gary Johnson Be Obama's Ralph Nader?
Without Democrats standing up for progressive values and reversing the Obama administration's unpopular anti-medical marijuana policy, a spoiler candidate in a Western state is an increasingly likely outcome.
Ted Galen Carpenter: Romney and Obama Foolishly Ignore the War on Drugs
After waging a futile war on drugs for more than four decades, while causing horrific unintended consequences both here and abroad, it is well past time to try a different approach.
Paul Reiser: A Moment With Michael Clarke Duncan
The term "gentle giant" may be overused, but I can't imagine a soul for whom the words could be better intended.
Bob Herbert: How We Can Bring Millions of Americans to the Middle Class
The decline of the middle class was a result, in part, of public policy choices. Today's downward mobility can only be reversed by a range of new choices consciously aimed at helping working Americans regain their financial footing.

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