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An Article posted June 6th on abc news states that Jeff Sessions himself has suggested he may resign.

Justice Department spokesperson Sarah Isgur has no comment on the matter when asked for a statement. Sean Spicer said things, none of which indicated he had any idea what was going on, which is his natural cruising altitude so nothing out of the ordinary there.

The big issue that has Sessions feeling this way is apparently the disdain Trump has for the Attorney General as a response to his sudden decision in March to recuse himself from any investigations involving Russia. Apparently, Donald holds one hell of a grudge.

After all is said and done it’s hard to see this as a bad thing. Sessions is essentially a walking talking manifestation of a landfill that’s been topped off with hot decade old cat shit and rotten assholes.

The good news is if March is any indication of what’s to come, we should expect to see Rand Paul going out of his way to fight for liberty in some kind of completely useless manner while he talks about how important liberty is and gets nothing done to advance liberty in an attempt to try and help people forget that he endorsed Sessions at the Attorney General.

 

 

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Collateral damage is a general term for deaths, injuries, or other damage inflicted on an unintended target.

The newest victims to be affected by the war on drugs? Law enforcement officers. A new article from AP suggests that there are growing instances where officers (the canine units as well) are encountering opioid overdose as a result. The cause seems to be when the medication is broken into a powder, and becomes airborne or more effectively passed through the skin when granular.

Just another bit of collateral damage from the always growing war on drugs. For anyone who hasn’t been paying attention, here is a brief overview thus far:

• War on drugs begins
• Black market is created
• The black market is now so powerful it enables criminals to be funded well enough to take over the government of an entire country.
• Costs over 60 billion dollars a year (taxpayer money)
• President that doesn’t understand why people are running from their home wants to spend billions on a wall to keep them out.
• Medical marijuana is reported on largely as being effective, nevertheless, legislation is a completely uphill battle.
• Synthetic drugs are legal because the government has granted monopolies to the pharmaceutical companies to properly monetize addiction, apparently. They are delivered to the market much faster than legislation for legal medical marijuana.
• Opioid epidemic ensues
• Now law enforcement officials are becoming victims of overdoses of drugs that have been popularized due to a demand that came from a market opportunity the government handled improperly due to a muting of market signals. This is a market opportunity (the need for more effective pain medication) that had already been met if one listened to market signals (reports and information available in large volume and depth describing the effectiveness, and desire from consumers for medical marijuana, specifically as it pertains to pain management.) Market signals that were muted, because that’s what happens when the government takes part in controlling any portion of market activities.

Here is an article that lays out where Spicer is incorrect about the correlation between Recreational Marijuana use and the Opioid crisis:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/debraborchardt/2017/02/23/sean-spicer-wrongly-links-recreational-marijuana-with-opioid-crisis/#4908408e3ea9

 

Here are some reports outlining studies about how legalizing marijuana leads to less fatal issues related to opioids:

http://drugabuse.com/legalizing-marijuana-decreases-fatal-opiate-overdoses/

http://www.newsweek.com/opioid-marijuana-legal-states-hospital-overdose-addiction-575385

http://www.nbcnews.com/health/health-news/legalized-marijuana-could-help-curb-opioid-epidemic-study-finds-n739301

 

And here is some information on areas that have actually legalized marijuana, and are seeing opioid fatalities and overdoses decrease:

http://dailycaller.com/2017/03/28/opioid-abuse-is-plummeting-in-states-with-legal-marijuana/

http://www.teenvogue.com/story/legalizing-marijuana-has-reduced-opioid-overdoses-by-25-percent

Opioid Deaths Plummeting in States with Legal Weed

 

And that was just on Google’s first page.

If you’d like to research it further, there’s plenty of available information

 

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