The War on Drugs is a War on the Family

The War on Drugs is a War on the Family

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When most people hear “war on the family”, they think of conservatives bringing up gay marriage or liberals bringing up a lack of government welfare. In fact, the greatest war enacted against families has been the war on drugs.

Author of “Legally Kidnapped: The Case Against Child Protective Services,” and whistle-blower, Carlos Morales exposes the fact that the war on drugs is a war on the family.


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