Tag Archives: addicts

Shackled Speech

Acceptance can be a very bitter pill to swallow.  But I fear that it will take the unnecessary death of an unborn child before members of the Iowa Legislature will seriously consider passing meaningful legislation to protect pregnant women being … Continue reading

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Jail-Based Substance Abuse Treatment

So why isn’t the evaluation being done after a longer period of time to support the long-term effectiveness of this program? Continue reading

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Spinning Our Wheels

The second time-consuming obstacle is the seemingly endless legislation being introduced targeting the supply-side of the drug problem. Continue reading

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Trickle Down Education

For the life of me I can’t figure out how anyone with an ounce of compassion would think that labeling a child with a mental disorder is a good idea. Continue reading

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Looking at the Forest

Terrorists don’t need a public relations campaign; the United States is providing it for free. Although it is admirable to pay homage to those that lost their lives, some one should really look at the forest, not just the tree. Continue reading

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Addicts as Advocates

Dishonesty. It is a legitimate and useful defense mechanism. Continue reading

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