Drug Policy Reform

April 23, 2009

Upcoming LEAP Events

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 6:18 am
Date

Event

Speaker

City

State/Prov

Country

April 2009

Apr 23 09

Cambridge Union Society

Francis Wilkinson

Cambridge

England

United Kingdom

 

Drug Legalization debate

9a Bridge Street

http://www.cus.org/debates/

Apr 23 09

Region 66 Libertarian Party Dinner …

James Gray

Redondo Beach

California

USA

 

Bluewater Grill Restaurant
665 North Harbor Drive

Apr 23 09

Marietta Rotary

Peter Christ

Marietta

Ohio

USA

 

Marietta Country Club
705 Pike Street

Apr 23 09

Northwestern University

James Gierach

Evanston

Illinois

USA

 

Sisk 217

http://www.northwestern.edu

Apr 23 09

KTRS 550 AM: The McGraw Show

Jack Cole

St. Louis

Missouri

USA

 

Host: McGraw Milhaven

http://www.ktrs.com

Apr 24 09

SSDP West Coast Conference

James Anthony

Berkeley

California

USA

 

UC Berkeley
Runs through April 26.
Details to come.

http://ssdp.org/events/

Apr 24 09

North Ridgeville Rotary

Peter Christ

North Ridgeville

Ohio

USA

 

North Ridgeville Senior Center
7307 Avon Belden Road

Apr 24 09

San Diego Psychiatry Law Society

James Gray

San Diego

California

USA

 

Apr 24 09

KFI 640 AM: The Bill Handel Show

James Gray

Burbank

California

USA

 

http://handel.kfiam640.com/

Apr 25 09

Annual Conference of NY Libertarian …

Peter Christ

Rochester

New York

USA

 

"The Cop and Doc Show" also featuring Dr. Gene Tinelli

Holiday Inn
Rochester Airport
911 Brooks Avenue

http://www.ny.lp.org/

Apr 27 09

"Crack the Disparity" Coalition’s …

David Doddridge

Washington

District of Columbia

USA

 

Visit to Congress to
address the crack cocaine vs. powder cocaine disparities. Speaker Russ
Jones will join Dave Doddridge on the "Hill". Runs through 4/28.

Apr 28 09

Whittier Law School Alumni Group

James Gray

Whittier

California

USA

 

http://www.law.whittier.edu/alumni_attny/alumni_assoc-services.html

Apr 30 09

University of Texas at El Paso

Terry Nelson

El Paso

Texas

USA

 

Discussion with Councilman Beto O�Rourke on saving the world from violent Mexical cartels.

University Suite, UTEP Union

http://www.utep.edu

May 2009

May 1 09

Law Day Reception

New York

New York

USA

 

LEAP Advisory Board
Member Judge Robert W. Sweet receives the Joseph H. Choate Jr. Award
for Leadership from the Voluntary Committee of Lawyers.
Culture Center, 410 Columbus Avenue http://www.vcl.org/

May 3 09

The Ethical Society of Austin

Russ Jones

Austin

Texas

USA

 

3809 W. 35th Street (Old Bull Creek Road)

http://www.esoa.org/

May 3 09

Campaign For Liberty New Jersey …

Tim Datig

Gladstone

New Jersey

USA

 

Omega Diner, North Brunswick

http://www.campaignforliberty.com/usa/NJ/

May 4 09

Kiwanis Club of Hudson

Bradley Jardis

Hudson

New Hampshire

USA

 

Kiwanis Hall
14 Melendy Lane

May 11 09

Fresno Rotary

James Gray

Fresno

California

USA

 

Cornerstone Conference Center
1525 Fulton Street

http://www.fresnorotary.org

May 11 09

KYNO 1300 AM: The Alan Autry Show

James Gray

Fresno

California

USA

 

http://1300kyno.com/

May 12 09

Houston Soutwest Lions

Dean Becker

Houston

Texas

USA

 

Salt Grass Restaurant
SW corner of 610, Meyerland Plaza

May 12 09

Libertarian Party of Polk County …

John Baeza

Winter Haven

Florida

USA

 

Perkins Restaurant (Meeting Room)
6005 Cypress Gardens Blvd

May 18 09

Neighbors United for Fullerton …

James Gray

Fullerton

California

USA

 

Fullerton Public Library

http://www.neighborsforfullerton.org/

May 21 09

Solvay-Geddes and Camillus Rotary …

Peter Christ

Lakeland

New York

USA

 

Ernie’s Lakeland Cafe
779 State Fair Blvd

June 2009

Jun 4 09

Orange County Jaycees

James Gray

Orange County

California

USA

 

Debate

Jun 5 09

League of Women Voters of Orange …

James Gray

Irvine

California

USA

 

Buca di Beppo Restaurant

Jun 7 09

Ethical Society of Boston

Jack Cole

Cambridge

Massachusetts

USA

 

Rescheduled from 1/11/09.

http://www.BostonEthical.org

July 2009

Jul 4 09

2009 Annual Mensa Conference

Peter Christ

Pittsburgh

Pennsylvania

USA

 

"Cops Say Legalize Drugs. Ask Us Why!"

http://www.us.mensa.org/Content/AML/NavigationMenu/Events/AnnualGathering/AnnualGa

September 2009

Sep 22 09

University of Texas at El Paso: …

James Gray

El Paso

Texas

USA

 

LEAP observes the 40th anniversary of the US war on drugs.
Terry Nelson assists.

Conference runs through 9/22.

http://www.utep.edu/

January 18, 2009

How You Can Help LEAP

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 4:54 pm
How You Can Help LEAP


Current and former law enforcement members and concerned citizens can help LEAP by doing any of the following:


  1. Help publicize LEAP

    1. Alert law enforcement folks to LEAP’s website at www.leap.cc
      so they can learn the truth about the harms perpetrated on society by
      drug prohibition and about how to replace prohibition with drug control
      and regulation.

      Tell them of our powerful and respected Board of Directors…:

      • Mr. Peter J. Christ, Vice Director of LEAP, Retired Captain, Town of Tonawanda Police Department, New York, USA
      • Mr. Jack A. Cole, Executive Director of LEAP, Retired
        Detective Lieutenant, who served 14 years in the narcotic bureau of the
        New Jersey State Police, USA

      • Mr. John A. Gayder, Secretary of LEAP, Currently a Constable with a police department in Ontario, Canada
      • Tony Ryan Retired Police Officer from
        Sioux Falls, SD, USA

      And of our Advisory Board:

      • Senator Larry Campbell, former Mayor of Vancouver, British
        Colombia, Canada, and former member of the Royal Canadian Mounted
        Police, who served four years in their narcotic bureau)

      • Libby Davies, Member of Parliament – Vancouver East, British Colombia, Canada
      • The Honorable Gary E. Johnson, former Governor of the State of New Mexico, USA
      • The Honorable John L. Kane, US District Court Judge, Denver, Colorado, USA
      • Sheriff Bill Masters, Sheriff of San Miguel County, Colorado, USA
      • Dr. Joseph McNamara, former New York City Police Officer and
        Chief of Police for Kansas City, Missouri and San Jose, California
        Police Departments, USA

      • Mr. Patrick V. Murphy, former Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, USA
      • Mr. Norman Stamper,former Police Cheif of Seattle, Washington, USA
      • Mr. Eric Sterling, President, Criminal Justice Policy
        Foundation, Washington, DC, USA (a principal aide in developing the US
        Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 and the Anti-Drug Abuse Acts of
        1986 and 1988)

      • The Honorable Robert W. Sweet, US District Court Judge, Manhattan, New York, USA
      • Mr. Francis Wilkinson, former Chief Constable of Gwent Police Department, South Wales, United Kingdom
    2. Follow the progress of the war on drugs and our work to end prohibition at http://www.leap.cc/news/.
      Write letters to the editors and reporters of local and national
      newspapers and magazines about LEAP and our goals. Correct bad articles
      about drug policy and thank them for good articles. Explain that
      although we will primarily focus on United States policy, this
      organization can affect drug policy around the world since many
      policies in other countries are shaped and driven by pressures from the
      US. Be sure to CC info@leap.cc on emails you send and forward attachments to info@leap.cc of any documents you mail. It helps us justify ourselves when we ask for funding.

    3. Contact your elected representatives and tell them an organization
      of current and former members of law enforcement exists that opposes
      the war on drugs because in over 30 years it has done nothing but add
      to the problems of our citizens; an organization that wants to advance
      alternative policies of drug regulation and control that will save
      lives, reduce disease, lower addiction rates, lessen crime, and
      conserve tax dollars, by ending drug prohibition.

    4. Copy the LEAP Brochure and Mission Statement that are attached to
      this message and distribute them to members of law enforcement and
      policy makers.



  1. Help us schedule LEAP presentations and testimonies
    LEAP is an international educational organization. LEAP supplies
    articulate former drug-warriors to speak out against the war on drugs
    to schools, civic and fraternal organizations and testify before
    legislators. You can help us by asking organizations you belong to if
    they will book us for a presentation. Direct them to our web site or
    tell them they can contact us at speakers@leap.cc or info@leap.cc
  1. Donate to LEAP monetarily or with services
    LEAP is a tax exempt nonprofit corporation under the US Tax Code 501
    (c)(3). No speakers or board members in LEAP receive payment for
    services. We are volunteers. However, funds are needed for
    transportation and lodging when we send our speakers to the various
    venues.

    1. Donation checks should be made out to "LEAP Educational Fund" and
      mailed to Jack A. Cole, LEAP, 121 Mystic Ave., Medford, MA 02155.
      Donations can also be made on our web site at http://www.leap.cc/donate.htm using PayPal.

    2. If you wish to help LEAP with services we need to know where you
      live and in what areas of your experience you would feel comfortable
      assisting us. Please reply to info@leap.cc or contact Jack Cole at 781-393-6985 or send snail mail to Jack A. Cole, 27 Austin Road, Medford, MA 02155.

      Thanks for your interest. We at LEAP are looking forward to working
      with you to end the horrors of the war on drugs and renew and deepen
      respect for the honorable profession of policing that has been severely
      weakened by the role police have been forced to play in enforcing drug
      prohibition laws. Together we can make a better and safer society by
      serving it in a more efficient and ethical manner.

    Download and Print PDF


    Link To LEAP

    Put a LEAP Banner on your website

    Cut and paste the following code:

    <a href="http://leap.cc/"&gt;
    <img src="http://leap.cc/images/leapbanner.gif&quot; width="460" height="60"
    alt="Law Enforcement Against Prohibition" border="0">

    </a>

    OR

    Cut and paste the following code:

    <a href="http://leap.cc/"&gt;
    <img src="http://leap.cc/images/leapbannblue.gif&quot; width="460" height="60"
    alt="Law Enforcement Against Prohibition" border="0">

    </a>

About Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 2:49 pm

About LEAP — The Summary

Founded on March 16, 2002, LEAP is made up of current and former
members of the law enforcement and criminal justice communities who are
speaking out about the failures of our existing drug policies. Those
policies have failed, and continue to fail, to effectively address the
problems of drug abuse, especially the problems of juvenile drug use,
the problems of addiction, and the problems of crime caused by the
existence of a criminal black market in drugs.

Although those who speak publicly for LEAP are people from the law
enforcement and criminal justice communities, a large number of our
supporting members do not have such experience. You don’t have to have
law enforcement experience to join us.

By continuing to fight the so-called "War on Drugs", the US government
has worsened these problems of society instead of alleviating them. A
system of regulation and control of these substances (by the
government, replacing the current system of control by the black
market) would be a less harmful, less costly, more ethical and more
effective public policy.

Please consider joining us and helping us to achieve our goals: 1) to
educate the public, the media and policy makers about the failure of
current policies, and 2) to restore the public’s respect for police,
which respect has been greatly diminished by law enforcement’s
involvement in enforcing drug prohibition.

LEAP’s Board of Directors

Jack A. Cole
Executive Director

John Gayder
Secretary

Tony Ryan
Treasurer

Peter Christ
Vice Director

James Anthony
Director Projects


Terry Nelson
Director of Training


Jerry Paradis
Director Media

LEAP’s Advisory Board

Senator Larry Campbell
Vancouver, BC, Canada

Libby Davies, Member Parliament
Vancouver, BC, Canada

General Gustavo de Greiff
Colombia, South America

Judge Warren W. Eginton
Connecticut, USA

Honorable Gary E. Johnson
New Mexico, USA

Honorable John L. Kane
Denver, Colorado

Sheriff Bill Masters
Telluride, Colorado

Dr. Joseph D. McNamara
San Francisco, California

Chief Norm Stamper
San Juan Islands, Washington

Eric Sterling, Esq.
Washington, DC

Honorable Robert W. Sweet

New York, New York

Chief Constable Francis Wilkinson
Gwent, South Wales, UK


Updated March 25, 2008

About LEAP — The Full Text

During nearly four decades the U.S. has fueled its
policy of a war on drugs with over a trillion tax dollars and
increasingly punitive policies. We have made more than 38 million
arrests for nonviolent drug offenses. Our incarcerated population
quadrupled over a 20-year period making building prisons this nation’s
fastest growing industry. More than 2.3 million of our citizens are
currently in prison or jail far more per capita than any country in the
world. The United States has 4.6 percent of the population of the world
but 22.5 percent of the worlds prisoners. Every year we choose to
continue this war will cost the United States another 69 billion
dollars. Despite all the lives we have destroyed and all the money so
ill spent, today illicit drugs are cheaper, more potent, and much
easier to access than they were 37 years ago at the beginning of the
war on drugs. Meanwhile, people continue dying in our streets while
drug barons and terrorists continue to grow richer than ever before.

Not one of the stated U.S. drug policy goals of
lessening the incidents of crime, drug addiction, and juvenile drug
use, while stemming the flow of illegal drugs into this country, has
been achieved. Fighting a war on drugs has magnified our problems many
fold creating a self-perpetuating, ever-expanding policy of destruction
but the U.S. still insists on continuing the war and pressuring other
governments to perpetuate these same unworkable policies. This scenario
is the very definition of a failed public policy. This madness must
cease!

With this in mind, current and former members of law
enforcement have created a drug-policy-reform group called LEAP. The
membership of LEAP believe that to save lives and lower the rates of
disease, crime and addiction, as well as to conserve tax dollars, we
must end drug prohibition. LEAP believes a system of regulation and
control is far more effective than one of prohibition.

The mission of LEAP is to
reduce the multitude of harms resulting from fighting the war on drugs
and to lessen the incidence of death, disease, crime, and addiction by
ultimately ending drug prohibition.

LEAP’s goals are: (1) To educate the public, the
media, and policy makers about the failure of current drug policy by
presenting a true picture of the history, causes and effects of drug
use and the elevated crime rates more properly related to drug
prohibition than to drug pharmacology and (2) To restore the publics
respect for police, which has been greatly diminished by law
enforcements involvement in imposing drug prohibition.

LEAP’s main strategy for accomplishing these goals
is to create a constantly growing speakers bureau staffed with
knowledgeable and articulate former drug-warriors who describe the
impact of current drug policies on: police/community relations; the
safety of law enforcement officers and suspects; police corruption and
misconduct; and the excessive financial and human costs associated with
current drug policies.

LEAP is a tax exempt, international, nonprofit,
educational entity based in the United States that was modeled on
Vietnam Veterans Against the War. They had an unassailable credibility
when speaking out to end that terrible war and LEAP has the same
credibility when its current and former drug-warriors speak out about
the horrors of the War on Drugs.

LEAP’s Board of Directors is made up of Jack Cole,
who retired as a lieutenant after 26 years in the New Jersey state
police–14 years in their narcotic bureau; Peter Christ a retired
police captain from Tonawanda, New York; John Gayder a currently
serving police officer with a department in Niagara Falls, Ontario,
Canada; Terry Nelson, who served in the US Border Patrol, the US
Customs Service, and the Department of Homeland Security; Tony Ryan, a
retired police officer from Denver, Colorado, Jerry Paradis, a retired
Provincial Court judge from British Columbia, Canada and James Anthony,
a prosecutor in Oakland, California.

The LEAP Advisory Board is composed of the esteemed
and respected, current and former members of law enforcement listed on
the LEAP masthead.

Membership in LEAP is open to anyone but only
current or former members of law enforcement can be board members or
public speakers for LEAP.

In five years we went from five founding police
officers to a membership of 10,000 people. We are no longer just
police. LEAP is now made up of police, judges, prosecutors, prison
wardens, FBI and DEA agents and others. LEAP has a bureau of 85
speakers and membership in 86 other countries.

LEAP presents to civic, professional, educational,
and religious organizations, as well as at public forums, but we target
civic groups; Chambers of Commerce, Rotaries, Lions and Kiwanis Clubs,
etc. The people in these organizations are conservative folks who
mostly agree with the drug-warriors that we must continue the war on
drugs at any cost. They are also very solid members of their
communities; people who belong to civic organizations because they want
the best for their locales. Every one of them will be voting in every
election. Many are policy-makers and if they are not, they are the
people who can pull the coat tails of policy-makers and say, We have
someone you must hear talk about drug policy.

After making more than 3,500 presentations where
LEAP calls for the government to end prohibition and legalize all drugs
legalize them so we can control and regulate them and keep them out of
the hands of our children, we have discovered that the vast majority of
participants in those audiences agree with us. Even more amazing is
that we are now attending national and international law-enforcement
conventions where we keep track of all those we speak with at our
exhibit booth. After we talk with them, only 6% want to continue the
war on drugs, 14% are undecided, and an astounding 80% agree with LEAP
that we must end drug prohibition. The most interesting thing about
this statistic is that only a small number of that 80% realized any
others in law enforcement felt the same.

This also holds true for policy makers. LEAP
speakers staffed educational booths at three national conferences for
state legislators. We spoke with 1,942 of the attendees on a one-on-one
basis and 83% of them agreed that we should legalize drugs only 6%
wanted to continue the war and the other 11% were undecided. If we can
show these legislators that they wont loose one more vote than they
will gain by backing drug policy reform, they will end drug prohibition.

The way to do that is to show them LEAP has a huge
membership. By 2010, we want to be able to say we have ten thousand
law-enforcers calling for an end to drug prohibition and a MILLION
private citizens who agree this is the correct policy.

LEAP does not release names or contact information
except for board members, speakers, staff or public volunteers helping
with the administration of the organization. Anonymity is guaranteed to
anyone who chooses to be a stealth member. If you wish to participate
actively and publicly in drug policy reform, we are in need of people
around the globe who will spread our message and help recruit more
members. If you choose to be a LEAP local representative, your name and
assigned LEAP email address may appear on our website and publications.
There is strength in numbers. By publicly declaring your advocacy for
using common sense in formulating drug policy, you will encourage
others to do the same. Before long, people who share our desire for
change will be contacting you to form local networks and alliances.

Please take time to view the new LEAP promo at Click Here

"Anyone concerned about the
failure of our $69 billion-a-year War on Drugs should watch this
12-minute program. You will meet front line, ranking police officers
who give us a devastating report on why it cannot work. It is a
must-see for any journalist or public official dealing with this
issue."

— Walter Cronkite

Join Law Enforcement Against Prohibiton Officially

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 2:25 pm
PLEASE TELL THEM Keary Prophet sent you..Thanks a million!!
You can join L.E.A.P. officially by agreeing to the terms below.

The statements below apply to the official web site of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition.

www.leap.cc


While the administrators and moderators of this
website will attempt to remove or edit any generally objectionable
material as quickly as possible, it is impossible to review every
message.
Therefore you acknowledge that all posts made to this website express
the views and opinions of the author and not the administrators,
moderators or webmaster (except for messages by these people) and hence
will not be held liable.

You agree not to post any abusive, obscene, vulgar,
slanderous, hateful, threatening, sexually-oriented or any other
material that may violate any applicable laws.
Doing so may lead to you being immediately and permanently banned (and
your service provider being informed).
The IP address of all posts is recorded to aid in enforcing these
conditions.
You agree that the webmaster, administrator and moderators of this
website have the right to remove, edit, move or close any message at
any time should they see fit.
As a user you agree to any information you have entered above being
stored in a database.
While this information will not be disclosed to any third party without
your consent, the webmaster, administrator and moderators cannot be
held responsible for any hacking attempt that may lead to the safety of
the data being compromised.

This website uses cookies to store information on your local
computer.
These cookies do not contain any of the information you have entered
above; they serve only to improve your viewing pleasure.
The e-mail address is used only for confirming your registration
details and password (and for sending new passwords should you forget
your current one).
You may view LEAP’s Privacy Policy for members here

By clicking Register below you agree to be bound by these conditions.

Privacy Statement

At LEAP, we
understand that advocating changes to drug laws may expose you to
social discomfort from your peers, and possible discipline or other
censure from your employer.

When you choose to support
LEAP, you must also decide if you want others to know about your
support. If you wish to remain an anonymous supporter of LEAP, rest
assured that we will never "out" you to your employer or anybody else.
We will never make your name and address available to any advertiser or
other organization. We employ strict measures to ensure your support of
LEAP remains confidential. On the other hand, if you wish to
participate actively and publicly in drug policy reform, we are in need
of people around the globe who will spread our message and help recruit
more members. If you choose to be a LEAP local representative your name
and contact information will appear on our website and publications.
There IS strength in numbers and by publicly declaring your advocacy
for common sense in drug policy you will encourage others to do the
same. Before long, people who share your desire for change will be
contacting you to form local networks and alliances. Please consider
"going public". After you enroll online, we remove your information
from the Internet and store it on a computer which does not connect to
the Internet, therefore, no hacker will be able to access your
information. If you have any questions about our privacy policy, please
contact us.

LEAP in the News > By Speaker

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 2:12 pm
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

463 articles

 

Anthony, James

 

2 letters

Becker, Dean

29 articles

70 letters

Bratzer, David

1 article

 

Cameron, Jerry

9 articles

4 letters

Campbell, Larry

200 articles

13 letters

Castillo III, Celerino "Cele"

3 articles

2 letters

Christ, Peter

44 articles

33 letters

Cole, Jack A.

164 articles

33 letters

Datig, Tim

 

1 letter

De Greiff, Gustavo

4 articles

 

Doddridge, David

 

1 letter

Fisher, Jay

1 article

 

Fogg, Matthew

3 articles

1 letter

Francisco, Greg

11 articles

62 letters

Frank, Marshall

 

2 letters

Franklin, Neill

1 article

1 letter

Gayder, John

9 articles

3 letters

Gierach, James

5 articles

49 letters

Gilbert, Michael

2 articles

 

Gray, James

40 articles

12 letters

Guest, Robert

 

3 letters

Henson, Larry

1 article

 

Jardis, Bradley

4 articles

 

Jones, Donald

2 articles

1 letter

Jones, Garry L.

3 articles

 

Jones, J. Michael

 

10 letters

Jones, Russ

1 article

4 letters

Kane, John L.

12 articles

9 letters

Leininger, Brian

1 article

 

Mack, Richard

 

2 letters

Martens, Fred

2 articles

 

Masters, Bill

23 articles

1 letter

McCally, Matthew

2 articles

 

McKay, Walter

3 articles

 

McNamara, Joseph

16 articles

36 letters

Moskos, Peter

4 articles

5 letters

Murphy, Billy

2 articles

 

Myrden, Alison

89 articles

41 letters

Nelson, Terry

18 articles

3 letters

Paradis, Jerry

24 articles

20 letters

Ryan, Tony

8 articles

7 letters

Smith, Tony

9 articles

8 letters

Stamper, Norm

61 articles

10 letters

Sterling, Eric

68 articles

37 letters

Van Wickler, Richard

4 articles

 

Watkin, Jim

1 article

2 letters

Watkins, Richard

4 articles

1 letter

Weiland, Bill

1 article

 

White, Rusty

1 article

 

Wilkinson, Francis

6 articles

3 letters

Wooldridge, Howard

56 articles

159 letters

Total

997

651

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition -Audio & Video 1

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 11:56 am
Terry Nelson Testifying in El Paso

Terry Nelson

Video (Web)

Jan 14 2009

LEAP’s
Terry Nelson (30-year federal anti-drug agent) testifies to the El Paso
City Council about the national security, public safety and economic
benefits of legalizing drugs.

Howard Wooldridge on the Mike Rosen Radio Show

Howard Wooldridge

Audio (MP3)

Jan 03 2009

LEAP speaker Howard Wooldridge discusses LEAP and drug policy reform with guest host Tom Tancredo.

An Interview with Michael Gilbert

Michael Gilbert

Video (Flash)

Dec 27 2008

LEAP speaker Mike Gilbert discusses the history of the war on drugs on the TV program Live and Let Live.

Drug war economics with James Gray

James Gray

Video (Web)

Dec 17 2008

Judge James P. Gray comments on drug war economics. From the documentary American Drug War.

Rachel Maddow Discusses Repeal Day

Matt Elrod

Video (Web)

Dec 16 2008

Rachel Maddow is joined by presidential historian Douglas Brinkley
to discuss the 75th anniversary of the repeal of alcohol prohibition,
the parallels between prohibition and the war on drugs and LEAP’s WeCanDoItAgain.com campaign.

Richard Van Wickler on the Rachel Maddow Radio S

Richard Van Wickler

(LEAP Audio)

Dec 08 2008

LEAP
speaker Richard Van Wickler discusses LEAP and ending prohibition on
the 75th Anniversary of the repeal of alcohol prohibition with Rachel
Maddow.

Neill Franklin Discusses Ending Prohibition

Matt Elrod

Video (Flash)

Dec 05 2008

Former
Maryland State Police Maj. Neill Franklin on Fox News on the 75th
anniversary of the repeal of alcohol prohibition discussing ending the
war on drugs.

Judge James Gray on C-SPAN Washington Journal

James Gray

Video (Flash)

Nov 07 2008

Judge Jim Gray on C-Span Washington Journal discussing the War On Drugs, Jails, marijuana and drug prohibition.

Tony Ryan on the Bernie Cyrus Show

Tony Ryan

Audio (MP3)

Oct 28 2008

Tony Ryan is a guest on the Bernie Cyrus Show

Norm Stamper on the Bernie Cyrus Show

Norm Stamper

Audio (MP3)

Oct 21 2008

Norm Stamper is interviewed on the Bernie Cyrus Show, New Orleans

David Doddridge on the Bernie Cyrus Show

David Doddridge

Audio (MP3)

Oct 07 2008

David Doddridge is a guest on the Bernie Cyrus Show, New Orleans

Tony Ryan on Ocala, Florida WOCA

Tony Ryan

Audio (MP3)

Sep 29 2008

Tony Ryan is interviewed on Ocala, Florida WOCA, Sept 29, 2008

Should No-Knock Police Raids be Rare-or Routine?

Peter Christ

Video (Real)

Sep 15 2008

CATO
Institute Panel, September 11, 2008 – Are no-knock, paramilitary raids
an appropriate tactic for drug investigations? Or do sudden,
unannounced entries bring unnecessary violence to police
investigations? Join us for a discussion of the Prince George’s
incident and, more broadly, the militarization of police work in
America. Peter Christ gives LEAP’s solution to SWAT raids.

Alison Myrden on the John Doe Show

Alison Myrden

Audio (MP3)

Sep 10 2008

Alison Myrden on the John Doe Show Vol.3 Show 9

Peter Christ on the Bernie Cyrus Radio Show

Peter Christ

Audio (MP3)

Sep 05 2008

Retired
police captain and LEAP co-founder Peter Christ discusses LEAP with
host Bernie Cyrus on WGSO Radio, New Orleans, Sept 4 2008

Norm Stamper on Calgary Today Radio Show

Norm Stamper

Audio (MP3)

Sep 05 2008

Former Seattle Police Chief Norm Stamper discusses LEAP and
drug policy on the Calgary Today Radio Show with host Mike
Blanchard, Sept 4, 2008.

Jerry Paradis on New Zealand Radio

Jerry Paradis

Audio (MP3)

Aug 29 2008

Retired
Canadian Judge Jerry Paradis stopped to talk about drug policy and LEAP
with Radio New Zealand while on a speaking tour of the country.

LEAP 1 minute PSA -1

Jack A. Cole

Video (Flash)

Aug 22 2008

A one minute Public Service Announcement from LEAP

Norm Stamper on the Highs Costs of the Drug War

Norm Stamper

Video (Web)

Aug 15 2008

Norm
Stamper is a cop who saw it all during his 34 years on active duty. As
police of Seattle from 1994 through 2000, he was in charge during
violent World Trade Organization protests in the Emerald City.

Peter Christ on WHFS 105.7 FM – Part 4

Peter Christ

(LEAP Audio)

Aug 12 2008

Peter Christ on WHFS 105.7 FM Brian Wilson Show – Part 4

Peter Christ on WHFS 105.7 FM – Part 3

Peter Christ

(LEAP Audio)

Aug 12 2008

Peter Christ on WHFS 105.7 FM Baltimore Maryland – Part 3

Peter Christ WHFS 105.7 FM – Part 2

Peter Christ

(LEAP Audio)

Aug 12 2008

Peter Christ WHFS 105.7 FM Brian Wilson Show Baltimore Maryland- Part 2

Peter Christ on WHFS 105.7 FM – Part 1

Peter Christ

(LEAP Audio)

Aug 12 2008

Peter Christ WHFS 105.7 FM Brian Wilson Show Baltimore Maryland- Part 1

Tony Ryan on KFAB Radio

Tony Ryan

(LEAP Audio)

Jul 23 2008

Scott Voorhees Show, KFAB News Radio, Omaha, Nebraska.

Tony Ryan is with an organization of current and former cops who say it’s time to legalize drugs.

Tony Smith on CPAC TV

Tony Smith

Video (Flash)

Jul 15 2008

Tony Smith appears on "Talk Politics" on CPAC TV to discuss LEAP and his career in the Vancouver Police Department
with host Ken Rockburn.

A minute with Peter Christ

Peter Christ

Video (Flash)

Jun 14 2008

A one minute public service announcement featuring LEAP Vice Director Peter Christ of New York

To Bust Or Not To Bust

Tony Ryan

Audio (MP3)

May 21 2008

Sheriff
Richard Mack and his guest, Tony Ryan, discuss a more common sense
approach to the Drug War as opposed to current federal policies on the
Derry Brownfield Radio Show.
http://www.derrybrownfield.com/

Former US Marshall Matt Fogg

Matthew Fogg

Video (Web)

May 19 2008

Former
US Marshall Matt Fogg of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP)
speaks about flawed law enforcement priorities in the War on Drugs.

Mike Jones on WFLA-FM 100.7, Tallahassee, FL

J. Michael Jones

Audio (Web)

May 16 2008

It
may surprise you to know that there are members, and former members, of
the law enforcement community who believe it is time to legalize some,
maybe even most, aspects of the drug trade.

Richard Van Wickler talks about the War on Drugs

Richard Van Wickler

Video (Web)

Apr 01 2008

Superintendent
for the Cheshire County Department of Corrections and Law Enforcement
Against Prohibition Member Richard Van Wickler talks about the War on
Drugs.

Russ Jones speaks at the First Unitarian Univers

Russ Jones

Video (Web)

Apr 01 2008

Retired
San Jose, California officer, undercover narcotics agent, and LEAP
member, Russ Jones, speaks at the First Unitarian Universalist Church
in Houston, TX on September 12, 2007.

America behind bars

Dean Becker

Video (WMV)

Mar 18 2008

With
2.3 million adults in its penal system, slightly more than 1 percent of
its adult population, the United States outpaces every nation in the
world when it comes to locking people up — including far more populous
China and far more oppressive Iran.

Time 4 Hemp Podcast featuring Alison Myrden

Alison Myrden

Audio (MP3)

Mar 15 2008

Casper Leitch interviews Alison Myrden from LEAP

Jeff Kaufmann addresses a Unitarian congregation

Jeff Kaufman

Audio (MP3)

Feb 25 2008

Address by LEAP speaker Jeff Kaufman to The Unitarian Universalist Society of Greater Springfield, MA, January 27, 2008

Richard Van Wickler discusses New Hampshire Hous

Richard Van Wickler

Video (Flash)

Feb 18 2008

"Political
Chowder," Episode #51 February 3, 2008.
A discussion of New Hampshire House Bill 1623 (to decriminalize up to
1.25 ounces of marijuana, with Host Arnie Arnesen, Representative Andy
Edwards from Nashua, Richard Van Wickler, Superintendent of Corrections
for County
and LEAP Speaker, and Representative Jeff Fontas who sponsored the bill.

Jack Cole on the Bill Good Radio Show

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Feb 12 2008

LEAP founder Jack Cole is interviewed and takes calls on the Bill Good Radio Show, CKNW, Vancouver, Canada, February 7, 2008

Jack Cole on Global TV Vancouver

Jack A. Cole

Video (Flash)

Feb 07 2008

A street side interview with Jack Cole on Global TV Vancouver during the UN Beyond Prohibition 2008 Conference

Jack Cole Interviewed in Vancouver

Jack A. Cole

Video (Flash)

Feb 07 2008

Fanny Kiefer interviews LEAP founder Jack Cole in Vancouver, Canada, Februrary 5, 2008

Richard Van Wickler Testimony in New Hampshire

Richard Van Wickler

Video (Web)

Jan 29 2008

Superintendent
Richard Van Wickler of the Cheshire County Department of Corrections
speaks to the New Hampshire House Criminal Justice and Public Safety
Committee and urges them to reduce penalties for marijuana possession.

Bradley Jardis in New Hampshire

Bradley Jardis

Video (Web)

Jan 24 2008

Bradley
Jardis, an active duty New Hampshire police officer, appeared before
the New Hampshire Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee to
support a bill offering a more sensible way of handling small marijuana
offenses.

Judge Eleanor Schockett in New Orleans

Eleanor Schockett

Video (Web)

Jan 16 2008

Judge Eleanor Schockett in New Orleans interviewed by Dean
Becker at the International Drug Policy Conference, New Orleans,
LA, December 6, 2007.

Terry Nelson in New Orleans

Terry Nelson

Video (Web)

Dec 18 2007

Canadian Member of Parliament Libby Davies interviews LEAP speaker Terry Nelson in New Orleans, Dec 2007

Harm Reduction and Canada’s Drug Policy

Jerry Paradis

Video (Web)

Dec 01 2007

Retired
British Columbia Judge and LEAP Speaker Jerry Paradis addresses a forum
on harm reduction and drug policy in Vancouver, B.C. October 28, 2007

Jim Gierach on WUWM Radio, Wisconsin

James Gierach

Audio (MP3)

Nov 29 2007

Jim
Gierach is a former prosecutor in the Cook County Attorney’s Office in
Chicago. He’s now a defense attorney and a member of the group LEAP,
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition. He speaks with Dan Harmon on the
"Lake Effect" program, WUWM radio, Wisconsin, Tue, 27 Nov 2007

Jerry Paradis on CHQR AM Radio

Jerry Paradis

Audio (MP3)

Nov 23 2007

Guest
Jerry Paradis and caller Alison Myrden discuss proposed mandatory
minimum prison sentences on The World Tonight, CHQR AM Radio, Calgary,
Alberta, November 22, 2007

Jerry Paradis CTV/CFCN TV Calgary, Alberta

Jerry Paradis

Video (Flash)

Nov 23 2007

LEAP speaker Jerry Paradis is interviewed in Calgary, Alberta

Jerry Paradis on Global TV Calgary, Alberta

Jerry Paradis

Video (Flash)

Nov 23 2007

Guest Jerry Paradis is interviewed on Global TV, Calgary, Alberta

James Anthony on KRFP Radio

James Anthony

Audio (MP3)

Nov 19 2007

James Anthony interviewed by Adam Assenberg,
11-10-07, KRFP 92.5 FM in Moscow, Idaho.

Bradley Jardis questions McCain

Bradley Jardis

Video (Web)

Nov 17 2007

LEAP
speaker Bradley Jardis of New Hampshire questions GOP presidential
candidate John McCain, at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, NH,
November 18, 2007

Peter Christ at South Portland Rotary

Peter Christ

Video (Flash)

Sep 18 2007

Peter addresses the South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Rotary on April 11, 2007. Produced by South Portland Community Television.

Jack Cole on BBC Radio ‘Outlook’

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Sep 17 2007

Jack
Cole is a retired undercover narcotics police officer, who wants drugs
to be legalised; in 2002, he co-founded what’s now a fast-growing
organisation called ‘LEAP’, ‘Law Enforcement Against Prohibition’, thus
coming down on one side of a controversial international debate: would
legalising narcotics be more effective at reducing drug use. When Fred
Dove spoke to retired US narcotics officer Jack Cole, he asked why, in
his mid-twenties, he’d joined the police?

Jack Cole on KCR Radio Liverpool

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Sep 11 2007

Jack interviewed by John Donnelly, Broadcast Journalist, KCR FM,
Liverpool, England, September 10, 2007, http://kcr1067.com/

Peter Christ at South Portland Rotary

Peter Christ

Video (WMV)

Sep 07 2007

Peter addresses the South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Rotary on April 11, 2007. Produced by South Portland Community Television.



Law Enforcement Against Prohibition -Audio & Video 2

Filed under: Organizations — kmkprophet @ 11:53 am
Cops Say Legalize Drugs (1 of 2)

LEAP

Video (Web)

Jul 02 2007

Interviews with various LEAP members attending
the Drug Policy Alliance 2005 International Biennial Conference in Long Beach, CA

Cops Say Legalize Drugs (2 of 2)

LEAP

Video (Web)

Jul 02 2007

Interviews with various LEAP members attending
the Drug Policy Alliance 2005 International Biennial Conference in Long Beach, CA

America AM Interview

Peter Christ

Audio (MP3)

Jun 12 2007

American AM, 06/12/07, Peter Christ, Vice Director, LEAP, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, http://www.leap.cc

Peter Christ on the Tom Desabla Radio Show

Peter Christ

Audio (MP3)

May 25 2007

Peter Christ on the Tom Desabla Radio Show, May 24 2007

Howard Wooldridge & Mike Gray on Drug Prohibitio

Howard Wooldridge

Video (Web)

May 14 2007

Howard
Wooldridge one of the founders of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
and Mike Gray, author of Drug Crazy at the Students for Sensible Drug
Policy Convention in Wash DC.

Alison speaks at Toronto Freedom Festival (2 of

Alison Myrden

Video (Web)

May 05 2007

Alison
Myrden, medical marijuana activist, speaks at the Toronto Freedom
Festival on behalf of L.E.A.P (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) on
May 5, 2007

Judge Schockett Speaking at the 2007 LPNC Conven

Eleanor Schockett

Audio (Web)

May 03 2007

Judge
Eleanor Schockett of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
http://www.leap.cc Speaking at the 2007 Libertarian Party of North
Carolina Convention http://www.lpnc.org

Rusty Interviewed at DPA 2006

Rusty White

Video (Web)

May 01 2007

Rusty White from LEAP speaks out about the war on drugs at the Drug Policy Alliance Conference, 2006

Jack Cole on the Marc Steiner Show, "Ending the

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Apr 30 2007

Jack Cole on the Marc Steiner Show, "Ending the War on Drugs." (NPR station 88.1FM)
, Apr 30 2007

Battle of the Badge Debate

Terry Nelson

Video (WMV)

Apr 25 2007

"Battle of the Badge Debate," between LEAP member Terry Nelson and DEA Agent James Capra., Apr 25 2007

Colby College presentation – sponsored by Goldfa

Peter Christ

Video (Real)

Apr 04 2007

Colby College presentation – sponsored by Goldfarb Center, Apr 04 2007

A Different View

David Doddridge

Audio (MP3)

Mar 17 2007

Dave
interviewed by Reverend Dr. Walter F.Wieder of the Unitarian
Universalist Church and host of "A Different View" at KPHX Air America
Radio Station, Surprise, Arizona., Mar 17 2007

WMNF 88.5 FM Community Radio News

Peter Christ

Audio (MP3)

Mar 05 2007

WMNF 88.5 FM Community Radio News, Mar 05 2007

Press Conference – John Walters visit (Youtube)

Larry Campbell

(LEAP Transcript)

Feb 22 2007

Press Conference – John Walters visit (Youtube), Feb 22 2007

CHOR AM 770 in Calgary Alberta

Howard Wooldridge

Audio (MP3)

Jan 25 2007

CHOR AM 770 in Calgary Alberta, Jan 25 2007

Debate between Jack Cole and US Attorney Eric Me

Jack A. Cole

Video (WMV)

Jan 23 2007

Debate between Jack Cole and US Attorney Eric Melgren, January 23, 2007

James Gierach on the Amnesty International Hour

James Gierach

Audio (MP3)

Jan 07 2007

Amnesty
International Hour Radio: War on Drugs and Human Rights: A discussion
with former law enforcement professionals on the drug war, Jan 07 2007

Jerry on the Amnesty International Hour Radio Sh

Jerry Cameron

Audio (MP3)

Jan 07 2007

Amnesty
International Hour Radio: War on Drugs and Human Rights: A discussion
with former law enforcement professionals on the drug war, Jan 07 2007

CKNW 980AM Radio, The Bill Good Show

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Dec 13 2006

CKNW 980AM Radio, The Bill Good Show, Dec 13 2006

DAMAGE DONE – THE DRUG WAR ODYSSEY

LEAP

(LEAP Transcript)

Dec 09 2006

DAMAGE DONE – THE DRUG WAR ODYSSEY

After 30 years of Drug War, illegal narcotics are decreasing in price,
increasing in purity, and demand continues to surge. The heroes of our
film are veterans of the Drug War, and they urge us to consider ending
drug prohibition. They have had a complete revolution in their
thinking: now they are working to end the War on Drugs. Find out what
happened to change their minds., Dec 09 2006

BBC Radio 4 – Today Show

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Nov 27 2006

BBC Radio 4 – Today Show, Nov 27 2006

The Libertarian Perspective – Comcast Community

Jerry Cameron

Video (Real)

Nov 15 2006

The Libertarian Perspective – Comcast Community Access, Nov 15 2006

LEAP Speaker, Alison Myrden, discusses a Canadia

Alison Myrden

Video (Web)

Oct 26 2006

LEAP
Speaker, Alison Myrden, discusses a Canadian Supreme Court decision
throwing out the conviction of a medical marijuana patient who was
supplying cannabis to other medical marijuana patients — 26 Oct 2006,
CHTV, Canada, Oct 26 2006

America’s Drug War and the Right to Privacy / by

Norm Stamper

Video (Real)

Oct 12 2006

America’s Drug War and the Right to Privacy / by Norman Stamper

Delivered at the Montana Law Review, James R. Browning Symposium, Oct 12 2006

Host Tom Daubert interviews Norm Stamper
in Mon

Norm Stamper

Video (Real)

Oct 12 2006

Host Tom Daubert interviews Norm Stamper
in Montana in two 30 minute segments (56:48)., Oct 12 2006

Free Speech Radio News – Jack Cole and Peter Chr

Jack A. Cole

Audio (MP3)

Oct 09 2006

Free Speech Radio News – Jack Cole and Peter Christ (2:40), Oct 09 2006

New Haven Lions Club Presention – 1 minute sound

Peter Christ

(LEAP Transcript)

Sep 21 2006

New Haven Lions Club Presention – 1 minute sound bite, Sep 21 2006

WTIC NewsTalk 1080 – Stan Simpson with Peter Chr

Peter Christ

Audio (MP3)

Sep 09 2006

Stan
is joined by retired New York police captain Peter Christ Co Founder of
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition which looks to legalize drugs., Sep
09 2006

Norm Stamper at the 2006 Seattle Hempfest

Norm Stamper

Video (Real)

Aug 19 2006

Norm Stamper at the 2006 Seattle Hempfest, Aug 19 2006

The Mendoza Report, on Adelphia cable TV Part 1

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Jul 25 2006

The Mendoza Report, on Adelphia cable TV Part 1 with Jack Cole, Jul 25 2006

The Mendoza Report, on Adelphia cable TV Part 2

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Jul 25 2006

The Mendoza Report, on Adelphia cable TV Part 2 with Jack Cole and Mike Gray., Jul 25 2006

Jack Interviewed on NPR, Seattle, WA

Jack A. Cole

Audio (Real)

Jun 24 2006

Interviewed on National Public Radio, Seattle, WA,

The Libertarian Alternative – The Drug War

James Gray

Video (Web)

Apr 27 2006

Superior Court Judge Jim Gray on the futility of the war on drugs.

Norm on the Peter Warren Show

Norm Stamper

Audio (MP3)

Feb 26 2006

Norm Stamper Interviewed on The Peter Warren Show, Feb 26 2006

Alison at Peace Summit (2 of 2)

Alison Myrden

Video (Web)

Feb 09 2006

Alison talks about becoming an activist with Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (L.E.A.P.).

Across America on Horseback

Howard Wooldridge

Audio (MP3)

Jan 24 2006

"Across America on Horseback," Howard Wooldridge on The Jeff Rense Show, Jan 24 2006

Radio Interview: The Case for Drug Legalization

Peter Moskos

Audio (MP3)

Oct 31 2005

Radio Interview: The Case for Drug Legalization, Oct 31 2005

Richard Watkins on Drugs, Crime and Politics

Richard Watkins

Video (Web)

Oct 29 2005

Interview with warden Richard Watkins from L.E.A.P.

Howard on Bottom Line with Larry Arnette

Howard Wooldridge

Audio (MP3)

Aug 25 2005

Howard Wooldridge on Bottom Line with Larry Arnette, WAIF, Cincinnati, Aug 25 2005

Cowboy on a Quest

Howard Wooldridge

Video (Real)

Aug 21 2005

"Cowboy on a Quest" — Presentation done as a videoblog for the Detroit News, Aug 21 2005

Report on Howard’s Second Cross-Country Ride

Howard Wooldridge

Video (Real)

Aug 03 2005

ABC 7 (WLS-TV) Report on Howard’s Cross-country Ride (the Second one) through the Chicago Area, Aug 03 2005

UCTV: UC San Diego: City Club Presents Norm Sta

Norm Stamper

Video (Real)

Jun 17 2005

UCTV: UC San Diego: City Club Presents Norm Stamper June 17, 2005, Jun 17 2005

John Gayder Interview with Dean Becker

John Gayder

Audio (MP3)

Dec 07 2004

John Gayder on the Cultural Baggage Radio Show with Dean Becker,
http://www.drugtruth.net/transcripts/cultbag120704.htm
Dec 07 2004

Howard interviewed by Dean Becker

Howard Wooldridge

(LEAP Transcript)

Oct 19 2004

Interview on Cultural Baggage, Oct 19 2004

Joseph McNamara interviewed by Dean Becker

Joseph McNamara

Audio (Real)

Sep 14 2004

Thirty-five year veteran of law enforcement and author of Gangster Cops on Cultural Baggage, Sep 14 2004

War of Terror/War on Drugs

Celerino "Cele" Castillo III

Audio (MP3)

Sep 07 2004

War
of Terror/War on Drugs : Respecting the third anniversary of 9/11 we
analyze the symbiotic relationship of the war on drugs to the war of
terror. Guests include, Nick Gillespie of Reason Mag., Eugene Oscapella
of Canada, Former DEA agent Cele Castillo and Eric Sterling of the
Criminal Justice Policy Foundation., Sep 07 2004

Eleanor Schockett Interview with Dean Becker

Eleanor Schockett

Audio (Real)

Aug 24 2004

Eleanor Schockett Interview with Dean Becker on "The Unvarnished Truth," Aug 24 2004

Vancouver Mayor’s speech at the BC Civil Liberti

Larry Campbell

Video (Real)

Aug 05 2004

Vancouver Mayor’s speech at the BC Civil Liberties Association Conference in Vancouver, Aug 05 2004

Civil Discourse

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Jul 22 2004

Civil Discourse hosted by Ken Hurley, Cable Access Channel 29, Jul 22 2004

Presentation at the Green Truth Summit, Toronto

John Gayder

Video (Real)

Mar 04 2004

Presentation at the Green Truth Summit, Toronto, Mar 04 2004

John Gayder Interview on CBC Radio One’s "Here a

John Gayder

Audio (Real)

Mar 04 2004

John Gayder Interview on CBC Radio One’s "Here and Now" with host Avril Benoit, Mar 04 2004

Jim Gray Interview with Dean Becker

James Gray

Audio (Real)

Jan 06 2004

Judge James P. Gray Interview on Cultural Baggage Radio Show with Dean Becker, Jan 06 2004

Mayor of Vancouver who implemented "The Four Pil

Larry Campbell

Audio (Real)

Dec 16 2003

Mayor
of Vancouver who implemented "The Four Pillars Drug Strategy" as the
policy for reducing drug-related harms is interviewed on Cultural Baggage, Dec 16 2003

Jack Cole Interviewed on Cultural Baggage about

Jack A. Cole

Audio (Real)

Nov 25 2003

Jack Cole Interviewed on Cultural Baggage about the utter futility of drug prohibition., Nov 25 2003

Judge Eleanor Schockett interview with Dean Beck

Eleanor Schockett

Audio (Real)

Nov 18 2003

Judge Eleanor Schockett interview on Cultural Baggage Radio Show with Dean Becker, Nov 18 2003

News report on the end of Howard’s First Cross-c

Howard Wooldridge

Video (Real)

Oct 01 2003

News report on the end of Howard’s First Cross-country ride from KOIN-TV, Portland, OR, Oct 01 2003

Presentation/Interview on Horizon TV

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Sep 22 2003

Presentation/Interview on Horizon TV, Sep 22 2003

Howard on KPFT-FM, Houston, TX

Howard Wooldridge

Audio (Real)

Mar 14 2003

An interview with Howard Wooldridge on KPFT-FM, Houston, TX, Mar 14 2003

Cele Castillo Interview with Dean Becker

Celerino "Cele" Castillo III

Audio (Real)

Feb 28 2003

"Cele" Castillo Interview on Cultural Baggage Radio Show with Dean Becker, Feb 28 2003

Rotary Club Presentation, Stockbridge Massachuse

Peter Christ

Video (Real)

Feb 25 2003

Rotary Club Presentation, Stockbridge Massachusetts, Feb 25 2003

Joseph McNamara on CBC’s The Current

Joseph McNamara

Audio (Real)

Jan 23 2003

Joseph McNamara Interviewed on CBC’s The Current, Jan 23 2003

Report on Howard’s Ride (the First one) from WSM

Howard Wooldridge

Video (Real)

Nov 21 2002

Report on Howard’s Ride (the First one) from WSMV News, Nashville, TN, Nov 21 2002

8th Congress of the Transnational Radical Party

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Nov 02 2002

8th Congress of the Transnational Radical Party conference, Tirana, Albania, Nov 02 2002

8th Congress of the Transnational Radical Party

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Nov 01 2002

8th Congress of the Transnational Radical Party conference, Tirana, Albania, Nov 01 2002

Peter Christ Interview with Steve and Michele Ku

Peter Christ

Audio (Real)

Oct 20 2002

Peter Christ Interview with Steve and Michele Kubby, Oct 20 2002

Jack’s presentation to the European Parliament

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Oct 16 2002

Jack Cole’s presentation to the European Parliament, Oct 16 2002

PBS Uncommon Knowledge – The War on Drugs w. Mil

Milton Friedman

Video (Web)

Jan 01 2001

Today’s
war on drugs has been going on for more than thirty years at a cost,
every year, of billions of dollars. Our question, simply this, … is
the war on drugs any more effective than was the war on alcohol?

Combatting Drugs in Cities (1 of 2)

Joseph McNamara

Video (Real)

Nov 06 1997

Stanford University Hoover Institution Panel including Milton Friedman, Joseph McNamara and George Schults, Nov 6, 1997

Combatting Drugs in Cities (2 of 2)

Joseph McNamara

Video (Real)

Nov 06 1997

Stanford University Hoover Institution Panel including Milton Friedman, Joseph McNamara and George Schults, Nov 6, 1997

Milton Friedman interviewed on America’s Drug Fo

Milton Friedman

Video (Web)

Jun 24 1991

Milton Friedman interviewed on America’s Drug Forum

Noam Chomsky on Latin Drug Trade

Noam Chomsky

Audio (Web)

Apr 12 1988

Noam Chomsky and Richard Perle debate US foreign policy at Ohio State University,
12 Apr 1988. Question from the audience: ‘Drug trade in Latin America’

Audio/Video presentation of "END PROHIBITION NOW

Jack A. Cole

Video (Real)

Audio/Video presentation of "END PROHIBITION NOW!",

Create a free website or blog at WordPress.com.