Opium (Heroin) Addiction is a major problem in America.
Heroin addiction is a problem in almost every suburb in America, now. America is heading to destruction because of Heroin and other drugs.
Narcan “saves” from death those who overdose on Heroin, people say.
But Narcan is NOT the solution for Heroin addiction. Those who are “saved” by Narcan from Heroin overdose will do Heroin again and will overdose again on Heroin. Narcan is certainly NOT the solution.
What has to happen is for the United States Justice Department to enforce actively and aggressively federal laws prohibiting all drugs, like Heroin and Marijuana (the Gate Way drug), in all 50 states and wipe supply and demand from the streets and suburbs.
Unless the United States Congress passes laws to impose mandatory Death Penalty (Capital Punishment) for repeat offenders and Heroin suppliers, drug problems will continue to proliferate in America and eventually destroy America.
Unless US federal government creates laws imposing mandatory death sentence for drug trafficking, drug problems will continue in all suburb and middle schools and high school areas in the USA.
Current state and federal laws are too “soft” on drugs, like Heroin and marijuana. The first step to solving the heroin epidemic in the USA is for state legislatures to pass mandatory death penalty in their state for drug trafficking.
Narcan will only create more drug problems in America, because people think that they can continue doing Heroin as long as they have Narcan. This misconception will exponentially grow Heroin addiction problem in America. Only way to end the Heroin crisis is by imposing mandatory Death Penalty (Capital Punishment) on drug traffickers.
Yes, heroine kills, and drug dealers are responsible.
Because the United States Congress is not doing their job, Americans are dying from drug addiction. It is important to take drug dealers off the streets, and this requires much tougher sentences on drug dealers.
The United States Congress must be serious about making laws that help and protect United States citizens. This is the responsibility of the law makers in Washington, DC.
Because US Congress is not making tougher laws on drugs, American citizens are dying from drug use and drug overdose.
By requiring mandatory death sentences for recurrent drug dealers, the US Congress and the court system can protect Americans and save US citizen lives.
US Justice Department must be much more aggressive about arresting drug dealers and drug users, so that both supply and demand will be cut off.
It is the moral obligation of the US Justice Department to enforce anti-drug laws in order to protect the lives of US citizens and America’s children from future drug addiction and death.
US Department of Education must be much more aggressive about getting drugs out of middle schools and high schools in all 50 states.
Drug use and proliferation can destroy America’s infrastructures and citizens.
Drugs are more dangerous for America’s children than Taliban and ISIS combined, because drugs will destroy their future and can take away their lives.
Mandatory death penalty for recurrent drug users will save millions of American lives.
Marijuana use leads to use of other illegal drugs. Thus, federal drug laws must be enforced in all 50 states.
There must be creative strategies to wipe drugs from America’s streets. US government must help, so that drugs disappear from America.
Under President Obama, US government efforts to help America by taking drugs off the streets have gone to the waste side.
Unfortunately, mainstream news media has supported legalization of marijuana.
President Obama has done disservice to America by making marijuana seem like it’s not a big problem.
Liberal politicians seem to support social drug use.
Liberal politicians like Bernie Sanders are the problem of America, when it comes to the drug epidemic in the USA. They don’t think it’s a problem to use recreational drugs.
Liberal politicians encourage drug use. They are directly responsible for the drug problem in the USA, especially among teens.
There is a serious problem with use of marijuana on America’s children.
US Law Enforcement agencies and the US Department of Education must help America’s families and America’s teens by taking drugs off the streets.
US Department of Education should take the lead and punish drug suppliers/sellers within middle schools and high schools in the USA.
It is because many school administrators are liberal that they do not take drug use among teens seriously.
US Department of Education must make it its mission to take drugs out of America’s public schools in all 50 states.
US government should crack down on Hollywood for trying to make drug use “cool”.
Drug use is destroying American economy and America’s future. Drug-using workers make errors in the work place. Drug using children often become criminals, so crime rate rises by robbery committed by drug users who need money to support the habit.
The drug problem in the United States is a major problem that needs to be fixed. US federal agencies must enforce federal drug laws and make sure that no state legalizes drugs. It’s national security issue to illegalize drugs in all 50 states and enforce the laws.
Since drug sale to American teens and American citizens finance terrorists, it is important to take drugs out of the American society. US Department of Education must take the lead in taking drugs out of all the public schools in all 50 states.
Drug use in middle schools is a serious problem in America’s public schools.
There must be coordinated national effort to take drugs off the streets in the United States. There is a trickle down drug sale in America because US law enforcement agencies under President Obama were lax in enforcing federal drug laws. When drugs proliferate in the American society, it is logical that drug supply chain will go into middle schools, high schools, and elementary schools.
When US law enforcement agencies do not do their work and take drug suppliers off the streets, then the American society is infiltrated with drugs that will destroy the infrastructures of the American society.