Tag: Drugs

Sanofi Working to Educate Against Falsified Medicines, a Criminal Activity that Endangers the Life of Patients

Originally Published on Sanofi.com. Today, falsified medicines know no border. A falsified product can be made in China or India, exported to Great Britain and infiltrated through a wholesaler into the legal distribution chain, or purchased on the Internet anywhere in the world. Falsified drug trafficking exists all over the…

Trump: No Judges or Court Cases for Immigrants Even Though Many Are Fleeing Drug Violence Related to U.S. Drug Consumption

Returning to his racist, anti-immigrant rhetoric, President Trump wrote on Twitter Sunday: We cannot allow all of these people to invade our Country. When somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no Judges or Court Cases, bring them back from where they came. Our system is a mockery to good…

Trump Calls for Death Penalty for Drug Dealers

President Donald Trump blew yet another dog whistle to his support base of racists when he called for the death penalty for drug dealers at a Pennsylvania rally over the weekend. Trump called the option to pursue the death penalty for drug dealers “a discussion we have to start thinking…

Christie Pal Governor LePage of Maine Tells Us How He Thinks

Maine Gov. Paul LePage (R) did not hold back when he made racially charged comments regarding his state’s drug problem at a town hall meeting. LePage, who is a longtime friend of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and was the first major elected official to endorse Christie for president, addressed…

More Proof War on Drugs Is Race War

By Chris Hoenig The War on Drugs is taking a toll on Black Americans, and a new study has revealed just how unjustified a toll it is. A Brookings Institute analysis of arrest data shows that Black Americans are far more likely to be arrested for drug offenses, even though…

Study: Companies Believe All Black People Do Drugs

By Chris Hoenig Many employers avoid hiring Blacks because of the assumption that they do drugs, according to a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research. But a simple solution is statistically proven to help change the hiring practices of these companies: drug testing. “Nearly half of U.S….