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  1. Justin Trudeau - our totally dreamy Prime Minister up here in Canada - was elected on a platform of legalizing, taxing, and regulating marijuana. Meanwhile, Washington and Colorado beat us to the punch and seem to have had a lot of success with their own legalization initiatives. Should other states and countries follow suit and legalize marijuana? If marijuana should be legal, should that be the last drug to be legalized? Where do you draw the line on which drugs should be legal, or do you think that all drugs should be legal? If you think that all drugs should be legal, how do you picture that working out? Do you think that the government should take a total hands-off approach and let the free market sort it out? Or should the government step in and regulate the production and sale of some drugs? Should any of this have any effect on prescription drugs that are commonly used recreationally? How do you feel about the inevitable designer recreational drugs from pharmaceutical companies? Conversely, if you think it's the duty of the government to decide what people can put in their bodies, what's your justification for that, where do you draw the line, and are you optimistic about ever eliminating drug abuse?
  2. I'm surprised this hasn't come up. How do people around here feel about the death penalty, as it were? I personally feel no good comes from death. We cannot solve our problems by killing and execution. All human life has value, even that scraped off the bottom of the barrel. It is not for us to decide who lives and who dies, in my opinion. But there's also the fact that a single prisoner costs countless dollars to feed and shelter. Some people see that as a negative, but I feel even more money should be put in. Research money. People don't commit something horrendous without something being horribly wrong with them, and in some cases, though often not found in time, it can be treated. Like that murderer who's last request before execution was to have an autopsy to see if anyone could find out why he did such horrible things. Turns out the guy had a tumor pressing on his Amygdala, causing uncontrollable bursts of rage. We don't understand mental illness well enough, and I feel understanding violent criminals even more than we do now, could solve a lot more problems than just killing them. Anyone else have thoughts on this?