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Salemba Raya. The port town of Pasacao We took a little trip on Christmas day to visit some family in Pasacao.
The pedicab charged me double, which is I think is fair. The primary mode of transportation in the Philippines The jeepney is iconic, but I think the real official transportation of the Philippines is the single-cylinder motorbike.
This being the Philippines, the owners are also fond of customizing their bikes so you will see all sorts of racing liveries, modified exhausts, and chassis lights. I must have had a rare moment of foresight and backed them up on the portable hard drive I usually use for work.
You can see that from the super expensive cars on the roads and a beeline of luxury yachts on the harbor. Capturing the beautiful vistas with my small camera, we headed towards the beach.Out of curiosity, I opened it lane to reminisce about my own interesting article about Monaco.
Preparation for the Monaco grand prix was in full swing in the streets. After a long but enjoyable walk, we were at one of the amazing beaches of Monaco.
It was not at all crowded and water was simply crystal clear.
Add to it, the pleasant weather and cool breeze, and what else can you ask for. There was a lively street market too near the palace, full of made-in-china souvenirs. Next day, we took a long 2 hour bus ride to Cannes.
The Need for Drug Law Reform It is important to note that in addition to the groups mentioned above who have advocated for drug policy reform, several prominent Americans, including leading conservative thinkers, politicians, judges, and law enforcement officials, have called for drug law reform.
Amid the rhetoric of our leaders, we've become blind to reality.
The war on drugs, as it is currently fought, is too expensive, and too inhumane. Buckley, Jr. Under this system, the government would set up a scheme to place drug addicts in the public health care system, and would control the price, distribution, and purity of addictive substances.
Bush, made a similar argument, noting, It seems to me that we're not really going to get anywhere until we can take the criminality out of the drug business. Schultz, 1989 An increasing number of law enforcement officials have also called for drug law reform.
Former Kansas City and San Jose police chief Joseph McNamara referred to the extensive corruption in law enforcement created by the drug war, and commented, We are familiar with the perception that the first casualty in any war is truth.
Eighty years of drug war propaganda has so influenced public opinion that most politicians believe they will lose their jobs if their opponents can claim they are soft on drugs and crime.
Buckley et al. This organization was formed in and consists of over 3,500 current and former members of law enforcement who believe the existing drug policies have failed in their intended goals of addressing the problems of crime, drug abuse, addiction, juvenile drug use, stopping the flow of illegal drugs into this country and the internal sale and use of illegal drugs.