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American Drug War Economics - Volume 1

Ending drug prohibition and focusing on addiction as a sickness, like alcohol and prescription drugs, could save the U.S. economy and millions of lives. Please pass this video on to as many people as you can. We need your help to end the Drug War.

Modern Day Slavery: Racism and the Drug War

Slavery is defined as the act of keeping a person as a piece of property. If you ask the average American if slavery still exists in America, their answer is likely to be no. After watching this video, many will change their minds.

The Post-9/11 Afghan Heroin Explosion

The War on Drugs. The War on Terror. Narco-Terrorism.

Prior to 9/11, the poppy production levels in Afghanistan were at a low and many of the Taliban were against heroin and the poppies. However, since U.S. forces entered after 9/11, the poppy crop has skyrocketed. The UN released a report saying that the six-year boom has lead to the Afghan crop being responsible for 92% of the world's heroin trade. With Homeland Security and the War on Terror, it's amazing that the drug still gets into the USA, one of it's strongest marketplaces.

Operation Sudden Fall

A new short film about the recent DEA drug bust at San Diego State University that resulted in almost 100 arrests, including students majoring in criminal justice and Homeland Security.

Robert Steele on the Drug War

"This is a very serious movie and I volunteered to appear in it."
- Robert Steele, from his review of the documentary American
Drug War: The Last White Hope on

Truth is Going Mainstream

Didn't think real documentaries like "American Drug War" could
get on mainstream TV? Think again.

Yes, the truth is going mainstream.

Tommy Chong: America's Most Wanted?

The story of the DEA's raid on Tommy Chong after his son sold a bong to a
minor over on the Internet. These clips are from "Free Tommy Chong," a
bonus mini-documentary on the "American Drug War" DVD.