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“Kill Drug Addicts,” He said.

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“Kill Drug Addicts,” He said.

“Kill Drug Addicts,” He said. If you’re alarmed by this, you should be. Even more so, I’m alarmed for my family encountering this problem, while my wife’s family all live in the area this is taking place. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte says in his inauguration that he will eradicate crime within the Philippines within 3-6 months by this statement, “If you know of any addicts, go ahead and kill them yourself as getting their parents to do it would be too painful.”  Now that you know the facts, you do also know that this site still revolves around a blog-esque...

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What Are We Fighting For? (Happy 4th of July!)

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What Are We Fighting For? (Happy 4th of July!)

Today is the 4th of July, so, always remember: -The times you fought to stay sober one more second -The times you fought to say no -The times that were hard, but had to keep pushing on anyways -The times you were caught in the line of fire, but knew recovery is near -The times that you knew you were stronger -The times you didn’t fight for just yourself but others you loved too! -The times it mattered most -The one’s it mattered most to! -The reason you fight and pray for protection in return  Always remember. Always remember that...

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The War on Drugs: The ‘root’ of all evil.

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The War on Drugs: The ‘root’ of all evil.

The “War on Drugs” technically started in the 1870s when the federal government outlawed opium bars in their attempted resolution to the influx of Asian-American population (Drug Policy. “A Brief History of the Drug War.” 2014. drugpolicy.org/new-solutions-drug-policy/brief-history-drug-war). According to a Stanford University study, “The Harrison Narcotics Act, passed in 1914, was the United States first ...

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