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Into the Field
L. Ron Hubbard essay
Exposing the CIA’s Involvement in the Cocaine Trade
Freedom’s investigation drew interest from many quarters, including Terry Reed, a CIA asset and pilot who had flown with Seal. Retired U.S. Army Special Forces Col. William Wilson, authored two Freedom articles describing how beacons, under the aegis of CIA operative Edwin Wilson and others, guided scores of cocaine-laden aircraft on an unmolested trafficking route from Colombia into Manuel Noriega’s Panama.
Addicted to Money: Sackler Family Creates Deadly Legacy
Though Arthur, Mortimer and Raymond Sackler all became psychiatrists and affluent patrons of the arts, pride might not be the prevailing sentiment of Isaac and Sophie Sackler if they knew of the dishonorable methods their boys used to acquire their wealth
Into the Field
Amy Ronshausen on Prevention and Education
Amy Ronshausen is the Deputy Director of Drug Free America Foundation (DFAF), Inc. and Save Our Society From Drugs (S.O.S.), national nonprofit organizations that work to defeat drug legalization attempts, promote sound drug policies, and prevent drug abuse and addiction
Answers to Drugs
L. Ron Hubbard discovered that the mind has two very distinct parts. One of these—the part that you consciously use and are aware of—is called the analytical mind. This is the portion of the mind which thinks, observes data, remembers it and resolves problems. It has standard memory banks which contain mental image pictures and uses the data in these banks to make decisions that promote survival.