Democrats DON’T CARE: “Single Largest Fentanyl Seizure In Phoenix Police History” – OVER ONE MILLION Fentanyl Pills Seized From Arizona Home

More than one million fentanyl pills were seized from a home in Avondale, Arizona, in what police call the “single largest fentanyl seizure in Phoenix police history.” Arizona is “the pipeline for the most dangerous, deadly drug this country’s ever seen called fentanyl,” says Trump-Endorsed Gubernatorial Nominee Kari Lake. The deadly drug is pouring into Arizona through the wide-open southern border, and it is Joe Biden’s fault. Massive … Continue reading Democrats DON’T CARE: “Single Largest Fentanyl Seizure In Phoenix Police History” – OVER ONE MILLION Fentanyl Pills Seized From Arizona Home

Florida Authorities Seize Enough Fentanyl to Kill 4 Million People

Florida authorities shut down a fentanyl operation and seized more than eight kilograms of the drug—enough to kill more than four million people—the state attorney general’s office announced on Wednesday. According to Attorney General Ashley Moody’s office, the drug trafficking organization used the U.S. Postal Service to order fentanyl from California. The investigation of the fentanyl trafficking operation, dubbed Operation Lucky 777s, began in July, after narcotics investigators received a … Continue reading Florida Authorities Seize Enough Fentanyl to Kill 4 Million People

Mexican Navy seizes 25 tons of fentanyl from China in single raid

Mexican government authorities reported a seizure of approximately 25.75 tons of powdered fentanyl in the port city of Lázaro Cárdenas, in the western Mexican state of Michoacán — and it came from China. The Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico intercepted the fentanyl shipment which originated from Shanghai, China and was bound for the Sinaloa Cartel home base of Culiacán, Sinaloa, as reported by local media outlet Tobasco Hoy on Saturday. Investigators … Continue reading Mexican Navy seizes 25 tons of fentanyl from China in single raid

FDA Chief: Long-Awaited Opioid Review Still in the Works

A long-awaited review of prescription opioid medications, including their risks and contribution to the U.S. overdose epidemic, is still underway at the Food and Drug Administration, the agency’s commissioner said Tuesday. Dr. Robert Califf wrote in a blog entry that the FDA is still studying “what revisions are needed to support appropriate use” of opioid painkillers like OxyContin and Vicodin. The update comes as part … Continue reading FDA Chief: Long-Awaited Opioid Review Still in the Works

DEA head: Mexican cartels are using FENTANYL to kill Americans in record numbers

(Natural News) The head of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) warned that Mexican cartels are using the opioid fentanyl to kill Americans in record numbers. DEA Administrator Anne Milgram issued this warning during an Aug. 19 interview on “CBS Mornings.” She cited two major drug cartels as the main driving forces behind the majority of fentanyl-related deaths in the United States. “What we see happening at [the] DEA is … Continue reading DEA head: Mexican cartels are using FENTANYL to kill Americans in record numbers

Our Generation May Laugh At God and His Rules For Living, But How is This Anti-God Lifestyle Working Out?

I recently saw a handsome young man during what should be a fantastic period of his life. He did not look happy. In fact, he looked as if he had never known actual joy. The only passions in his face were those of anger and frustration. I looked around, and what I had seen in him was not unique to his youth. People of all … Continue reading Our Generation May Laugh At God and His Rules For Living, But How is This Anti-God Lifestyle Working Out?

$15 billion-a-year antidepressant industry may not help depression: scientists

A recent overview of existing meta-analyses and systematic reviews spanning decades found that depression may not be caused by a chemical imbalance. The review conducted by University College London and published in Molecular Psychiatry, found that antidepressants, a $15 billion a year industry that is set to grow to $21 billion per year in the next decade, may be ineffective at treating depression. Most antidepressants are selective serotonin reuptake … Continue reading $15 billion-a-year antidepressant industry may not help depression: scientists

Border Protection announces seizure of $600k in cocaine in Laredo

Drugs reportedly transported on a fake “juice” trailer. Federal agents this week announced the seizure of a whopping $600,000 in cocaine at the Texas-Mexico border, a haul that officials said was being transported in a surreptitious juice truck.  The bust occurred last week on July 7 at the World Trade Bridge in Laredo, Tex., when “a CBP officer referred a 1997 Freightliner trailer hauling a … Continue reading Border Protection announces seizure of $600k in cocaine in Laredo

SHOCKING VIDEO: San Francisco Children Get Off Bus in Open Air Drug Market Filled With Homeless Addicts to Get Home From School

A horrifying video posted to social media shows young San Francisco children having to get off the bus and walk through a filthy open air drug market filled with homeless addicts to get home from school. The footage was posted by San Francisco resident Ricci Wynne, who asked, “would you want your children to walk through this squalor just to get home from school?” (Click … Continue reading SHOCKING VIDEO: San Francisco Children Get Off Bus in Open Air Drug Market Filled With Homeless Addicts to Get Home From School

Fentanyl Entering US Through Southern Border at “Unprecedented Levels”: Rep. Higgins

Implementing a new law to punish traffickers of fentanyl and declaring deaths from the drug as a health crisis could curb the damage it is doing to the country. The Epoch Times spoke to Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) about the growing fentanyl crisis in the United States. The Republican lawmaker represents Louisiana’s 3rd congressional district, which includes Lafayette Parish. According to the local coroner, there were 32 … Continue reading Fentanyl Entering US Through Southern Border at “Unprecedented Levels”: Rep. Higgins

W.Va. Reaches $161.5M Settlement With Drugmakers Over Opioid Crisis

Attorneys for the state of West Virginia reached a tentative multi-million dollar settlement with two drug companies for their role in the state’s opioid crisis. Following a six week trial in Kanawha Circuit Court, West Virginia settled with Teva and Allergan for $161.5 million. According to Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, that’s the largest opioid settlement to date in state. “We took a lot of risk … Continue reading W.Va. Reaches $161.5M Settlement With Drugmakers Over Opioid Crisis

Walgreens To Pay Fla. $683M In Opioid Settlement

Walgreens has agreed to pay Florida $683 million to settle a lawsuit alleging the pharmacy chain helped fuel the opioid crisis in the state. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody announced the agreement Thursday, which requires Walgreens to pay $620 million to the state over a period of 18-years and 63 million for legal fees. Walgreens dished out billions of opioid dosages in Florida since 2006, … Continue reading Walgreens To Pay Fla. $683M In Opioid Settlement

Opioid Distributors Reach $518 Million Settlement With Washington State

Washington has reached a $518 million settlement with drug distributors McKesson Corp., AmerisourceBergen Corp., and Cardinal Health, ending a months-long trial over the companies’ alleged role in fueling the opioid epidemic in the state, the three companies announced on Tuesday. McKesson will pay $197 million, while AmerisourceBergen and Cardinal will each pay $160.5 million. Washington opted out of a $26 billion nationwide opioid settlement involving the three … Continue reading Opioid Distributors Reach $518 Million Settlement With Washington State

400 Pounds Of Meth, Cocaine, And Heroin Worth $2.56 Million Seized In One Border Sting

A 56-year-old Mexican national attempted to smuggle a massive haul of narcotics totaling 415.61 pounds and worth over $2.5 million but was intercepted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection. The incident occurred two weeks ago at the Tecate Port of Entry along the San Diego-Tijuana border but information has only just been announced by CBP. Enforcement officers described targeting a suspicious Toyota Tundra laden with … Continue reading 400 Pounds Of Meth, Cocaine, And Heroin Worth $2.56 Million Seized In One Border Sting

Hollywood Democrat Donor Ed Buck Sentenced To 30 Years In Federal Prison

Disgraced Democrat donor Ed Buck was sentenced to 30 years in prison in connection with methamphetamine overdose deaths. In a Los Angeles courthouse Thursday, Buck was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Christina Snyder for the overdose deaths of two men in his Hollywood apartment. This came after prosecutors said the 67-year-old engaged in “party-and-play,” where he would pay male prostitutes to use drugs. The family … Continue reading Hollywood Democrat Donor Ed Buck Sentenced To 30 Years In Federal Prison

Mexican drug cartel labs are smuggling mass quantities of meth into America

Thursday, August 13, 2020 by: Isabelle Z. (Natural News) In an exclusive with Breitbart, Jaeson Jones recently drew attention to the alarming rise in methamphetamine being flooded into the U.S. by Mexico. A former captain of the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Intelligence and Counterterrorism Division, Jones was in charge of the Texas Rangers’ Border Security Operations Center. He said he believes that the situation needs to … Continue reading Mexican drug cartel labs are smuggling mass quantities of meth into America

42 Addiction Statistics and Facts to Know in 2019

by Hristina Nikolovska –  September 10, 2019 We’ve compiled the following list of addiction statistics from several verified sources to help educate you. Addiction is a big problem throughout the world, with a lot of people battling various forms of the disease. Because of addiction’s prevalence in the world today, it has become necessary to know the various forms this problem takes and the effects these substances have on … Continue reading 42 Addiction Statistics and Facts to Know in 2019

Seattle homeless crisis: Historic cemetery overrun with drugs and prostitution amid worsening problem

By Liam Quinn | Fox News Seattle’s homeless crisis has reached such catastrophic levels that a north-side cemetery has become home to drug abuse, drug dealing and prostitution. Bikur Cholim Cemetery board member and city council candidate Ari Hoffman detailed the desperate effort to fight the epidemic and placed blame for how bad it has gotten squarely on the local government. “The city council, city elected officials failed … Continue reading Seattle homeless crisis: Historic cemetery overrun with drugs and prostitution amid worsening problem

New beginning for Lake County Drug Court graduates

These young men need the Gospel of Jesus to be free from Addiction Lailani Upham May 23, 2019 Lake County Judicial Court Drug Court Judge James Manley shares a laugh with Drug Court graduates and CSKT members, Bradley Cannon, 22, and Dale Joseph of Elmo. Graduates completed the yearlong day-to-day program. “It was hard in the beginning,” said Joseph. He added that the past four … Continue reading New beginning for Lake County Drug Court graduates

FDA: Big Pharma Drugs Are Making People Kill Themselves While They Sleep

By Mac Slavo MAY 2, 2019 Sleeping drugs such as Ambien have been making people kill themselves in their sleep, says the Food and Drug Administration.  Drugs that supposedly help people sleep are linked to falls, burns, poisoning, limb loss, drowning, and even suicide. According to The New York Times, this could all be solved by adding warning labels to the bottles of the pills instead of people … Continue reading FDA: Big Pharma Drugs Are Making People Kill Themselves While They Sleep

Bartell Drugs says it will not open any more stores in downtown Seattle after violent assaults on employees

POSTED 5:41 PM, MARCH 25, 2019, BY HANA KIM, UPDATED AT 08:26PM, MARCH 25, 2019 SEATTLE — The CEO of Bartell Drugs Kathi Lentzsch has been in her role for about year. She moved from San Francisco to take the job in Seattle, and frankly she says she is surprised over the number of incidents and the violence she is seeing in Seattle. Surveillance videos inside Bartell … Continue reading Bartell Drugs says it will not open any more stores in downtown Seattle after violent assaults on employees

Where you live may influence how much opioid you use

March 11, 2019 In a recent study, researchers found where people live may determine how many opioids they can get. For example, people who sought care for a sprained ankle in states that are “high prescribers” of opioids were three times more likely to get a prescription for opioids than people in “low-prescribing” states. The research was conducted by a team from Penn Medicine. Previous … Continue reading Where you live may influence how much opioid you use

Poisoned pills: Phoenix firefighter, war hero dies after taking fentanyl-laced pill

LiAna Enriquez Updated Mar 6, 2019 | Posted on Mar 3, 2019 PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – It can be called a silent killer, and to say it’s scary understates what is happening in neighborhoods across the Valley. One Phoenix family knows all too well the power of this. He was a firefighter, a war hero and a father who was taken down by something so small but so deadly. … Continue reading Poisoned pills: Phoenix firefighter, war hero dies after taking fentanyl-laced pill

Prescription painkillers do more harm than good for back pain

Thursday, February 28, 2019 by: Amy Goodrich (Natural News) From over-the-counter (OTC) painkillers like ibuprofen, naproxen, and aspirin to prescription drugs like tramadol, morphine, and hydrocodone, these meds are omnipresent in modern American life. They have become more widely used than tobacco, according to a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration report. In 2015, more than 36 percent of Americans, aged 12 years or older, were … Continue reading Prescription painkillers do more harm than good for back pain

Fentanyl bust in New York finds enough to kill nearly 2 million people, DEA says

By Nicole Chavez and Taylor Romine, CNN Updated 6:49 PM ET, Sat March 2, 2019 (CNN)A home in a quiet Westchester County, New York, neighborhood was hiding enough fentanyl to kill 2 million people, the US Drug Enforcement Administration said. Federal agents found five kilograms (just over 11 pounds) of fentanyl and six kilograms (13.2 pounds) of heroin Friday when they raided a fentanyl mill operating out … Continue reading Fentanyl bust in New York finds enough to kill nearly 2 million people, DEA says

Glyphosate Found in 19 of 20 Beers and Wines Tested

By Olivia Rosane Feb. 26, 2019 12:52PM EST Glyphosate—the active ingredient in Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller that some studies have linked to Monsanto—is also a secret ingredient in nearly 20 popular beers and wines. That’s the finding of a new study from the education group U.S. PIRG, which found glyphosate in 19 of 20 wine and beer brands tested, including organic labels and brews. The release of the study coincides with the … Continue reading Glyphosate Found in 19 of 20 Beers and Wines Tested

Kratom Overdoses Are on the Rise. Why They’re Hard to Spot

The FDA reported a spike in kratom overdoses. Here are the warning signs. Written by Gigen Mammoser on February 22, 2019 Kratom use has ballooned in recent years. So have overdoses. In the United States, calls to poison control centers about the drug have jumped dramatically. About 32 percent of those cases ended up being admitted to the hospital, with more than half resulting in … Continue reading Kratom Overdoses Are on the Rise. Why They’re Hard to Spot

Prescription painkillers found to worsen chronic pain, generating more demand for the same drugs

Sunday, February 17, 2019 by: Vicki Batts (Natural News) The opioid epidemic that is currently plaguing the United States is no longer a secret; millions of citizens across the nation are struggling with an addiction to the prescription painkillers. One of the primary defenses for these often-harmful drugs is that so many people take them to relieve unyielding and insufferable pain. But what if these drugs aren’t actually helping those … Continue reading Prescription painkillers found to worsen chronic pain, generating more demand for the same drugs

End Times Signs: Drug Use

Posted by Amos 3:7 | End Time Signs End Time Signs “When You See All These Things” Today we will look at The End Time Sign of Drug Use.  For those of us who study Bible Prophecy, because Jesus told us to.  (Matthew 24:33)  It isn’t so much anyone sign that has many of us looking, but it’s that so many signs are all happening with greater intensity than ever before.  … Continue reading End Times Signs: Drug Use

The Vicious Truth About Drug Addiction and Alcoholism

By Bob Waliszewski , Loren Eaton , and Adam Holz “I thought marijuana was no big deal. … I felt I could stand out if I did crazy things.” That was before Kevin West put a bullet through his head — stoned on pot. Kevin went from house to house with his friends, toking at each stop. Then someone suggested they play a game of Russian roulette. … Continue reading The Vicious Truth About Drug Addiction and Alcoholism