Thursday, February 28, 2008


This is from university students... An editorial in the Daily Targum, Rutgers University, of Feb. 26 is headlined, “End the war on drugs.” It goes on to explain why, citing some 40 billion dollars yearly in federal and state expenditures in support of a “hopelessly outdated and Draconian policty ... [that has] has done little, if anything, to curb the flow of these substances into, and throughout, our nation.” With students like this there’s hope for a better tomorrow!


At 12:37 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

a drug used to treat narcolepsy which has been proven to improve alertness and mental agility, is particularly popular, and it is helping students to achieve results they feel they would never have attained without the drug. Ritalin, a drug used to treat ADHD, is also popular among those wishing to maintain concentration for long periods of time.
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