So is the NSA taking the lead on certain issues that are primarily domestic? Inquiring minds want to know.
The New York Times has revealed the Drug Enforcement Administration has an even more extensive collection of U.S. phone records than the National Security Agency.
So basically, the DEA can go fishing any time they like.
Just as the tide turned with same-sex marriage, more people will be coming around to the decriminalization of medical marijuana.
So the DEA was covering up the fact that evidence is obtained through NSA surveillance.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last week that yanking children out of their beds and putting guns to their heads did, in fact, constitute the “infliction of emotional distress,” and told the DEA to stop doing that. At
This war on drugs has been out of control for a long, long time. Part of the problem is that cops assume if they picked you up, you must be guilty of something, and frequently decide to mete out their own version of "justice"—either directly,
Perhaps we'd save a lot of money if we legalized drugs, taxed drug dealers and stopped interfering in the internal workings of other countries? Hey, I can dream: WASHINGTON — The Drug Enforcement Administration has been transformed into a
Practical Solutions to End the War on Drugs - Alex Wodak HuffPo: The Associated Press has just dropped a bombshell on America's longest running wa
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