The drug war is getting a lot of attention this year, but there is no question that it is a colossal, devastating failure of governance and governance is only exacerbating it.
A lot of people have gotten really angry, so I thought I would just try to make a point.
And that’s that drug laws are not a product of politics or even a product with the government.
They’re products of economics.
They are an economic decision, based on the reality that there are not enough resources to get the people out of poverty.
It’s the same thing that is happening in other areas, but it’s different in that drug use and the way it’s funded are the same things.
And they are going to continue to happen, because the system is failing and they are not going to fix it.
And so, if you look at the situation, and if you think about the people in the U.S. and the countries around the world that are suffering the most from drug addiction, the reality is that there is a lot more money to be made than people realize.
And in a way, this is a way to try to try and help people out.
It is a big economic thing, but we’re talking about drug addicts.
And the money they are making is huge.
It has nothing to do with what politicians are doing or how they are funding their campaigns, but the money is enormous.
And I think we should all be very careful about how we describe what we think about these problems.
And you see a lot in the drug war that is completely ridiculous.
I mean, if there were no drug laws, people wouldn’t be going to the corner store to get a couple of beers, they would be buying cocaine and heroin from street dealers, but when you have a system that is failing to stop the drugs that are pouring out of our society, it’s really hard to see how we’re going to stop that.
So, the drug laws aren’t just about politics.
They also have to do something to deal with the effects of the drug epidemic.
I think one of the things we have to look at is the fact that drugs like methamphetamines, and cocaine, and heroin, and methamphetamine, are all incredibly dangerous and they don’t have very long term therapeutic uses.
So they are addictive.
They aren’t therapeutic.
They have addictive properties.
And if you are an addict, the consequences of your actions are going get worse over time.
And as we saw with the heroin epidemic, there are people that die from the drug that you are taking, and they’re going back to prison, and people who have died from cocaine overdose are being sentenced to death.
The irony is that the drug industry is not responsible for all the deaths, but they’re responsible for most of them.
And this is not to say that drugs don’t contribute to problems in the world.
It does, but these drugs are extremely addictive and they can have serious consequences.
And when we talk about drugs in this country, it is important to note that they are incredibly easy to buy and to get, and the government doesn’t have to worry about regulating the drugs.
So we have a huge problem, and it’s not a problem of drugs.
It was a problem in the 1970s when I first started writing, because we had a huge drug problem in this nation, and I think it is one of those things that, when it is understood, is something that needs to be tackled.
There is a long history of people saying, “Oh, well, that’s why we don’t use heroin,” or, “Well, that isn’t as dangerous as cocaine,” and people don’t realize that cocaine is a much more dangerous drug than heroin.
There are a lot less people dying from cocaine overdoses than from heroin.
And people are dying of cocaine overdoses because they can’t afford to be addicted to cocaine.
There’s no question about that.
And it is the exact same situation in our country with the drug trade.
We have a big problem in our drug laws.
We need to address it.
But there is so much more that can be done.
There can be laws that make it a crime for people to sell heroin and cocaine at the same time.
There should be drug testing for those who are buying heroin and for those people who are selling cocaine.
I don’t know if you have heard of this, but you could have a federal program that is going to have all of the people who buy cocaine and buy heroin be tested.
They would have to undergo a drug test before they could buy a drug, and that would be done in the name of public safety.
I’m not saying that is what we want, but that is a real possibility.
And then there is this idea that if we legalize marijuana, that the government is going into the business of selling it and they’ll have more money coming into their pocket.
This is not true. In