Those days are over. Bennett and Leibsohn blame the "marijuana lobby" for re-shaping the way Americans think about what they consider to be a dangerous drug. But the reality is that voters' views on pot have evolved based on both the failures of prohibition and the success of legalization and regulation. Los Angeles Times (US) Monday, June 15, 2015
Saturday, May 2, 2015 The Economist (UK)
The Economist (UK) Saturday, May 2, 2015
O Globo (Brasil)Segunda-feira, 20 de abril, 2015
The Moscow Times (Russia) Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Yet the unrelenting effort to prohibit drug use has been infinitely more harmful than drug use itself. It has been 27 years since the last major reform to the U.N. conventions on drug abuse, which strengthened an already stringent prohibitionist regime. When it meets again next year, the U.N. General Assembly should work toward giving nations the legal wiggle room necessary to loosen their grip...
El Diario / EFE (España) Viernes, 13 de marzo, 2015
On Friday, Colorado released its first annual report on the state of the marijuana industry, which sold 17 tons of weed worth $700 million last year. That same day The Daily Beast reported on the case of Fate Vincent Winslow, a homeless man who in 2008 sold $20 worth of weed to an undercover cop and is currently serving a life sentence for it. The Washington Post (US) Monday, March 2, 2015
Muchas de las primeras actuaciones de Francisco parecían confirmar su infalibilidad, pues mostraban un papa sencillo y abierto a asumir posiciones más humanas y comprensivas en temas, como la homosexualidad. Este renovador papa parece iluminado por el Espíritu Santo. Pero en el tema de drogas, Francisco ha hecho dos desafortunadas declaraciones, que muestran que también es humanamente falible,...