Jacob Sullum

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International statesmen and some law enforcement officials have long declared that the "War on Drugs" is a failure. American politics appear to be catching up.

Is There a Bipartisan Ceasefire in the War on Drugs?

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At a vigil last night in Newtown, Connecticut,  President Obama  put last Friday's massacre of first-graders in the context of a year when multiple killings have become all too…

Will the Newtown Massacre Be a Game Changer?

At a vigil last night in Newtown, Connecticut, President Obama put last Friday's massacre of first-graders in the context of a year when multiple killings have become all too…

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As the funerals of 20 murdered first-graders are under way, calls are increasing for President Obama's "leadership" on gun control.

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As the funerals of 20 murdered first-graders are under way, calls are increasing for President Obama's "leadership" on gun control.

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