I've just watched another superb episode of Penn & Teller's 'Bullshit' on Prime. Sincerely hope you caught it. I've been a fan of these two for a long time. They're out and out libertarians. I especially enjoyed Nixon, in sanctimoniously alerting America to this 'enormous problem' in 1971 (as opposed I guess, to the 'minor' problem of Vietnam), being described as a 'whacko motherfucker' ... Delicious. This was the smartest 45 mins of TV devoted to drug use that I've ever seen. I'm going to write to Prime and beg them to repeat it. Who knows. We must advise/remind libs to regularly watch the programme and then write to Prime, as it's truly 45 minutes of blatant promotion of freedom. Tuesdays @ 10pm.Of course, if it doesn't get repeated, looks like the boys have made it available on Google Video for you to watch. Here's the summary of the 'War on Drugs' episode : "Penn and Teller examine the war on drugs. If drug prohibition ended there wouldn't be a dangerous black market, police would have more time to go after real criminals and drugs would be safer." Are they wrong?
LINKS: War on Drugs - 'Bullshit!' - Google Video
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