drug war

NOUN
  1. conflict between law enforcement and those who deal in illegal drugs
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  • The concentrated battleground of the drug war has been on domestic soil, with America's so-called interdiction efforts spreading the fight across the world, from poppy-rich Afghanistan to the coca-nurturing Andes to the most brutal battlefield of them all, Mexico, which saw more than 5,600 drug-related murders last year, including several that involved publicly displayed decapitations AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed
  • On Fox News, conservative columnist Charles Krauthammer and Bill O'Reilly cautioned not to judge the entire drug war by the video, which they characterized as an isolated incident. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • But avoid sweet woodruff if you are taking the blood-thinning drug warfarin. The Sun
  • MEXICO CITY -- As drug violence spirals out of control in Mexico, a commission led by three former Latin American heads of state blasted the U. S.-led drug war as a failure that is pushing Latin American societies to the breaking point. Latin American Panel Calls U.S. Drug War a Failure
  • (Within the ONDCP bubble, any group that challenges the prevailing drug war paradigm is labeled a "drug legalizer" -- a term in the U.S. propaganda clampdown that has nothing to do with regulating drug markets and everything to do with selling crack to 5th graders.) Real Change or Changing Rhetoric? Monitoring the Shift in US Drug Policy
  • In between each number a man kept shouting ‘stop the drug war’ for no explicable reason.
  • Meanwhile, bud has been demonized, criminalized, and the drug war has been industrialized.
  • (Within the ONDCP bubble, any group that challenges the prevailing drug war paradigm is labeled a "drug legalizer" - a term in the U.S. propaganda clampdown that has nothing to do with regulating drug markets and everything to do with selling crack to 5 th graders.) RHRealityCheck.org
  • Rockefeller's reversal came to mind last week when former Secretary of State George Shultz, former Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker, former NATO Secretary General Javier Solana, three former Latin American presidents from Brazil, Colombia and Mexico, and the current prime minister of Greece among others issued a joint report—as the Global Commission on Drug Policy—"describ[ing] the drug war as a failure and call[ing] for a paradigm shift in global drug policy. More Calls for a Drug War Cease-Fire
  • To date the drug war has focused primarily on inner cities and the politically disenfranchised minorities who live there.
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