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I can't find the rhyme in all my reason
I've lost sense of time and all seasons
I feel I've been beaten down
By the words of men who have no grounds
I can't sleep beneath the trees of wisdom
When your ax has cut the roots that feed them
Forked tongues in bitter mouths
Can drive a man to bleed from inside out

What if you did?
What if you lied?
What if I avenge?
What if eye for an eye?

I've seen the wicked fruit of your vine
Destroy the man who lacks a strong mind
Human pride sings a vengeful song
Inspired by the times you've been walked on
My stage is shared by many millions
Who lift their hands up high because they feel this
We are one We are strong
The more you hold us down the more we press on

What if you did?
What if you lied?
What if I avenge?
What if eye for an eye?

I know I can't hold the hate inside my mind
'Cause what consumes your thoughts controls your

So I'll just ask a question
What if?
What if your words could be judged like a crime?

"Prohibition will work great injury to the cause of Temperance. It is a species of intemperance within itself, for it attempts to control a man's appetite by legislation and makes a crime out of things that are not crimes. A prohibition law strikes at the very principles upon which our government was founded."
-Abraham Lincoln

"We must not blindly add to the body count and the terrible cost of the War on Drugs, only to learn from another Robert McNamara 30 years from now that what we've been doing is, 'wrong, terribly wrong.'" Walter Cronkite - 1995

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April 15, 11:00 AM to 1 PM- Clark County Courthouse- 12th and Franklin- contact

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This is week 4, the end of the first cycle of Drug Peace Vigils at the offices of federal law makers here in Portland. So far we have vigiled Reps. Wu and Blumenauer, and Sen. Gordon Smith.* This week we go to Senator Ron Wyden. Please join us and show your support for ending the drug war. We will gather at the main entrance to 700 NE Multnomah St. at 11:30am. Sen. Wyden's office is suite # 450.

If you can not make the vigil, please call or fax Sen. Wyden, direct his attention to the vigil. Ask that he welcome our delegation and hear our demand for Drug Peace. Also please remind him that in the next election we will not VOTE for anyone who supports this deadly, failed and expensive drug war. Sen. Wyden: Ph1[503/326-7525] Ph2[202/224-5244] Fax[503/326-7528] , http://www.


There is now a photographic display at the Phantom Gallery (3125 SE Belmont St., bus#15). It's called, "HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE DRUG WAR," put together by activists, authors and speakers Chris Conrad, Mikki Norris and Virginia Resner. This free presentation of several dozen captioned, high quality photographs of drug war victims, prisoners, and their families - the un-pardoned - is now up on our wall and available for viewing 4 - 8p.m. Tuesday - Friday, and noon - 7p.m. weekends. It will be up through the end of the month of April.

This exhibit of broken families and orphaned children will both sadden and anger you (and I hope inspire you to work for change). Here in one place you can put faces and stories together, learn about their "crimes" and the cruel and unusual punishments (Mandatory Minimums) state and federal governments hand out to our fellow citizens, at our expense.

Like the case of 26 year old Melinda George, serving 99 years in a Texas prison for sale of 1/10 of a gram of cocaine. If you emptied a 1 gram serving pack of sugar, 1/10 of a gram would about equal the residue left in the pack. Melinda composed a moving poem to accompany her photo, I present it here for your careful consideration:

by Melinda George

Prison's no place for the innocent child
There's no room for the meek, no room for the mild.
The nights are so lonely I toss in my bed
The days are so dreary I face them with dread.
Grant me one prayer as you did from the cross
For that thief who knew that his life was loss.
Please come to this prison where I sit alone
Surrounded by razor wire, guard towers, and stone.
Broken and penitent, forgotten and lost
on the ash heap of regret where my life was tossed.
I've no other place left on this is earth
Remember me O'Lord! Renew me by birth.
Come to this prison, enter my cell
Save me, forgive me, in this man-made hell.
And if in this life, no home here I see
In your Kingdom of Forgiveness, Lord, please
Remember me!

Please support this work, become a card-carrying member of the nonpartisan American Antiprohibition League. (503/235-4524, , 3125 SE Belmont St., Portland, OR 97214).
"There can be no civil society in America without drug peace." Floyd Ferris Landrath, AAL Founder

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"Timothy, guard what has been entrusted to your care. Turn away from godless chatter and the opposing ideas of what is falsely called knowledge."- Paul, I Timothy 6:20.

New Scofield Reference Note to I Timothy 6:20
Permission for use granted by Oxford University Press.

Truth cannot contradict the Bible, since God, who knows all things, kept the writers of the Bible from error.

If theories that rest upon mere speculation or insufficient evidence are presented as fact, in any area of knowledge, e.g. in religion, philosophy, science, etc., they deserve the description that the apostle gives here: "what is falsely called knowledge," from which they are to "turn away". - Note to I Timothy 6:20, They Holy Bible, New Scofield Study System NIV, 1984 Edition, C.I. Scofield, Oxford University Press.

Genesis 1:11-13

Then God said, "Let the land produce vegetation: seed-bearing plants and trees on the land that bear fruit with seed in it, according to their various kinds." And it was so. The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good. And there was evening, and there was morning--the third day.

I Timothy 4:4 - "For everything God created is good, and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving." - Paul

They Thought They Were Free
by Milton Sanford Mayer


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