Prop 19 and Constitutional Law for Dummies (and DEA Administrators) by Dan Riffle October 13, 2010

There’s been a great deal of chatter recently about what the federal government can or will do if Californians wisely pass Proposition 19 in a few weeks (read up here and here for example). President Obama has several choices, but the one I want address here is the one recently urged by nine former DEA … Continue reading Prop 19 and Constitutional Law for Dummies (and DEA Administrators) by Dan Riffle October 13, 2010

Campaign Refresher: Jack’s Liquor Problem

The one thing that has been brought to the forefront of Kentucky politics lately is the issue of hemp and the possibility of the "gateway drug" marijuana. There are many variations of politicians. There are the ones who see growing hemp as the free market principles working and that in the history of Kentucky the … Continue reading Campaign Refresher: Jack’s Liquor Problem

In Kentucky’s Senate race, ties to Mitch McConnell could be helpful or harmful

By Amy Gardner Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, May 13, 2010     MONTICELLO, KY. -- When Senate candidate Rand Paul told a lunchtime crowd at Shearer's Buffet that "we have to do things differently" in Washington and "bring 'em home and send some different Republicans," it wasn't hard to make the jump from this … Continue reading In Kentucky’s Senate race, ties to Mitch McConnell could be helpful or harmful