A graduate school curriculum in Drug Abuse and Addiction teaches harm reduction as a strategy to train drug abuse counselors. Inoculating these therapists with harm reduction only strategy is an insidious way to promote drug use, drug abuse and addiction.
Harm reduction strategy does not seem to be curbing the current drug epidemic. Three bad government decisions and strategies heighten the drug epidemic right now: Continue reading Is Harm Reduction Policy to Blame for Current Drug Epidemic?
Regulation of alcohol does not keep alcohol out of the hands of children and teens. So when pro-pot people came up the idea “Regulate Marijuana like Alcohol,” they should have known that part of the plan would not be successful either. Just ask any teacher in Colorado. As propagandists push marijuana to achieve equality with alcohol in American life, here’s a look at how they compare:
1) According to a report that came out last week, 30 % of marijuana users in the United States qualify as having Cannabis Use Disorder, vs. 10-20% of those of drinkers who Continue reading Dope is Worse Than Alcohol