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Uruguay Set to Legalise Cannabis

Uruguay Set to Legalise Cannabis

Sam Woolfe September 12, 2013 1

Uruguay is about to make a big step in the movement to end the prohibition of drugs. It is set to become the first country to fully legalise, not just decriminalise, cannabis. All drugs

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H.L. Mencken: Unsung Libertarian Hero

H.L. Mencken: Unsung Libertarian Hero

Richard Elliott September 12, 2013 0

Today, the 12th September, marks the anniversary of the birth of perhaps the greatest libertarian journalist to put pen to paper, H.L. Mencken. Long and deservedly recognised as a member of the highest canon

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If Drugs Were Legalised, How Should They Be Regulated?

If Drugs Were Legalised, How Should They Be Regulated?

Sam Woolfe May 22, 2013 2

  There are many arguments in favour of the legalisation of drugs, including, but not limited to: eradicating drug-related violence, preventing the adulteration of drugs, preserving our personal freedom, saving government expenses used to

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The Ban on Cannabis is justified and right. #TeaRoom

The Ban on Cannabis is justified and right. #TeaRoom

James Snell April 15, 2013 9

  Much is made of the health effects of comparable substances. Alcohol and tobacco are frequently trumpeted as more dangerous than cannabis. This may be true, but they are dangerous in different ways. While

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Al Capone and the rise of the American Mafia

Al Capone and the rise of the American Mafia

Tristan Kitchin March 13, 2013 0

  Al Capone, one of America’s most famous gangsters, rose to fame as the leader of the Chicago Mafia during the Prohibition era. Born in 1899, into a respectable family living in Brooklyn, Capone

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The absurd logic behind the push for plain packaging on tobacco products.

The absurd logic behind the push for plain packaging on tobacco products.

Backbencher September 28, 2012 0

Jess Collett, I am twenty years old. I can vote, rent a house and buy enough tequila to drown a very small elephant. The British government seems to think that despite all this, I

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