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Carmen Yarrusso, a software engineer for 35 years, designed and modified computer operating systems (including Internet software). He has a BS in physics and studied game theory and formal logic during his years with the math department at Brookhaven National Lab. He lives in New Hampshire and often writes about uncomfortable truths.
(11 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 11, 2013 Top Ten Reasons to Legalize Marijuana Now
The drug war is a vast, violent government scam.
Like the classic mafia protection racket, our government creates a perpetual problem and then charges us exorbitantly to "protect" us from it.
Marijuana is the linchpin of the drug war. Legalizing marijuana will sound the death knell for this devastating crime against humanity.
(49 comments) SHARE Monday, May 16, 2016 Lesser of Two Evils Vote is Counterproductive and Morally Corrupt
If you vote for Clinton as the lesser of two evils, you're compromising your moral values, you're condoning the Democratic Party's shoddy treatment of millions of progressives, and you're sabotaging future real change. You're virtually guaranteeing the Democratic Party elites will put you in this position again and again.
(7 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Criminalize Political Lies or Civilization Dies
It's a serious crime to falsely yell, "fire" in a crowded theatre. It's a serious crime to lie to our government. It's past time to make it criminal when our government lies to us.
(8 comments) SHARE Sunday, July 12, 2009 Congress: End the Insane Drug War Now!
This piece meticulously argues against the drug war while taking to task our so-called "representatives". It distills out just the essentials and thereby exposes the sheer immorality of this destructive policy.
(6 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 31, 2009 Just Say No (to medical marijuana in NH) an open letter to Governor Lynch
Illegal drugs are in the news. From the Mexican drug wars, to President Obama's evasion of the issue on his Internet forum, to efforts in many states to pass medical marijuana laws.
This piece illustrates the absurdity of keeping marijuana illegal.
Now is the time for serious drug law reform.