Jim Hardy, speaker. Synopsis: In 1971, President Richard Nixon declared a war on drugs, an all-out-effort to reduce the use and spread of illegal drugs, provide treatment to those addicted, and, at its heart, to protect our children from addiction. Today, 44 years and over one trillion dollars later, drugs are more accessible and used than ever, drug lords are making billions, and American imprisons more people than any nation on earth. How and why did we go so wrong, and what can we do now to return America to a sane and compassionate approach, one founded upon our first two UU principles?
Services at 9:30 and 11:00. Coffee and socializing between the services at 10:30am.