The War On Drugs

TPPP Episode 109 : The End of Policing

Alex Vitale was our guest this week. He is the author of ‘The End of Policing’. We had a wide-ranging discussion about why the duties that are generally delegated to police officers are better suited to other people. We also discuss the history of policing, as well as the abuses, and we look at what a world without policing might look like. This is an interview I really looked forward to, and I really enjoyed speaking with Mr. Vitale.

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Alex Vitale’s website

Police and Justice

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Critical Resistance

TPPP Episode 76 : Withdrawal

This week on The Triple Po I speak to my old friend Brandi about her recent run-in with the law regarding drugs, but also how her privilege kept the legal outcome being much worse. Related to that, we talk about failure that is the War on Drugs and the racist and inadequate laws used to try to enforce the war. Oh, and we talk about how Trump sucks, which is low hanging fruit nowadays! It was a great conversation and it was great to talk to Brandi again after a couple of years.

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TPPP Episode 5 : The Amazing War on Drugs 

On this episode of everyone’s favorite SJW podcast, I talk briefly on the pre-ramble about the Christian love exhibited by a High School football game announcer who suggests those not standing for the pledge or national anthem should be shot.

On the palaver I talk to those Michigan Madmen from Cellar Door Skeptics about the War on Drugs, specifically its causes and effects, and its utter failure to achieve anything that could remotely considered a success.

For the conclusion, I fanboy a bit over a new follower of the podcast! I hope you enjoy this latest installment of the Triple Po!

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Alabama HS Football Announcer: If You Don’t Stand for the National Anthem, You Should Be Shot

The Atheist in the Trailer Park Episode 0117 : 2 Esdras The Voices in His Head 

Light the Night Streamathon

The ‘war on drugs’ in numbers: a systematic failure of policy

The UN’s war on drugs is a failure. Is it time for a different approach?

‘War on Drugs’ has made no difference to number of users and actively harms public health, major study concludes

Drug War Statistics

Cellar Door Skeptics Home Page

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Steve Shives on YouTube