Heroin's price decline, 1981-2012.

Gearing up for the new drug war

Since 1973, U.S. taxpayers have spent over a trillion dollars on drug interdiction and enforcement efforts. Adjusted for inflation, illegal drugs are cheaper and more widely available than ever before FULL STORY

For NAFTA's partners it's death would mean economic calamity.

Why Trump will not keep NAFTA pledge

I’m writing this piece after having just watched the most sinister, darkest, weirdest, inaugural address, I think, ever spoken. I had to read the transcript for it to fully sink in: President FULL STORY

Fox: nursing a herniated testicle and battling senility?

To negotiate or not, that is the question

As reported by Mexico News Daily, former Mexican president Vicente Fox recently advocated for negotiations with Mexico’s wealthy, politically influential and unspeakably violent drug cartels. He anticipated criticism for this FULL STORY