Century of Lies

Century of Lies, with nearly 15 years on air, has more than 30 affiliate stations in the US and Canada. Running 29 minutes per episode, Century of Lies is currently produced by Doug McVay, editor of Drug War Facts.

 

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04/22/18 Madeline Martinez


This week: I attended the Portland area screening of Mary Janes: The Women of Weed, and interviewed the filmmaker, Windy Borman, also activist/entrepreneur Madeline Martinez, activist/entrepreneur Trista Okel, and activist/entrepreneur Leah Maurer.


Guest(s): Madeline Martinez
Organization(s): Activist
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04/15/18 Windy Borman


This week on Century: legislation has been introduced in the UK House of Commons to allow for supervised drug consumption rooms; plus, we speak with filmmaker Windy Borman about her new film Mary Janes: The Women of Weed.


Guest(s): Windy Borman
Organization(s): Producer
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04/08/18 Doug McVay


This week, host Doug McVay talks to students about harm reduction in a time of drug war, plus we hear from delegates from Czech Republic, Costa Rica, and Australia about decriminalization, human rights, harm reduction, and international drug policy reform.


Guest(s): Doug McVay
Organization(s): Drug Truth Network
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04/01/18 Neill Franklin


This week: the executive director of Law Enforcement Action Partnership (LEAP), Major Neill Franklin (Baltimore Police Department, retired), speaks about drug policy reform and the Art of War, from #SSDP2018 the 2018 Students for Sensible Drug Policy Conference in Baltimore, MD.


Guest(s): Neill Franklin
Organization(s): LEAP
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03/25/18 Sarah Chadwick


This week we bring you voices from the March For Our Lives that took place in Washington, DC on March 24, including Sarah Chadwick from Parkland, FL, Edna Chavez from Los Angeles, CA, Alex Wind from Parkland, FL, Christopher Underwood from Brooklyn, NY, Jaclyn Corin, Parkland, FL, and Yolanda Renee King, the granddaughter of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.


Guest(s): Sarah Chadwick
Organization(s): student
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03/18/18 Doug McVay


This week we look at human rights and the drug war, plus we take a look at the owner of Helix TCS, a company that's buying its way to the top of the legal marijuana industry.


Guest(s): Doug McVay
Organization(s): Drug War Facts
Link(s): Drug War Facts
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03/11/18 Dan Pabon


The New Jersey Legislature is considering whether, and how, to decriminalize and legally regulate the adult social use marijuana market. On this edition of Century of Lies, we hear from Shaleen Title, a Commissioner with the Massachusetts State Cannabis Control Commission; Shanel Lindsay, an attorney, activist, and business owner based in Boston; and CO State Representative Dan Pabon.


Guest(s): Dan Pabon
Organization(s): Representative
Link(s): Drug War Facts
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03/04/18 Mike McGuire


This week: The First 60 days of Prop 64. We hear from CA State Senator Mike McGuire, CA State Assembly Member Jim Wood, Tim Ricard with the Sonoma County Economic Development Board, Hezekiah Allen with the California Growers Association, and Amanda Reiman, PhD.


Guest(s): Mike McGuire
Organization(s): Senator
Link(s): Drug War Facts
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02/25/18 Beth Darnall


This week, we discuss pain and pain treatment with Professor Beth Darnall, PhD, a pain psychologist, clinical scientist, and clinical professor at Stanford University. Plus, the March For Our Lives #MarchForOurLives is March 24 in cities and towns across the United States.


Guest(s): Beth Darnall
Organization(s): Psychologist
Link(s): Drug War Facts
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02/18/18 Doug McVay


An effort in the state of Colorado to prevent overdose deaths suffered a setback in the Colorado Legislature on February 14. The Co Senate's State, Veterans, and Military Affairs Committee held a hearing on Senate Bill 40, Substance Use Disorder Harm Reduction. The measure was not approved and has been postponed indefinitely. Experts in public health and public safety along with people who have lost family members to overdose and others who are concerned about the community testified overwhelmingly in support of Senate Bill 40. On this edition of Century of Lies, we hear from some of them.


Guest(s): Doug McVay
Organization(s): Drug War Facts
Link(s): Drug War Facts
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