Launched in early 2001, Cultural Baggage, hosted by Dean Becker, is the only nationally distributed radio program focused on discussing the war on drugs.
The weekly, half-hour program features interviews with prominent experts, such as U.S. Representatives John Conyers (D-MI) and Ron Paul (R-TX); Nobel Prize-winning economist Milton Friedman; and Superior Court Judge James Gray.
Cultural Baggage features timely and candid interviews with elected officials, judges, scientists, doctors, authors, entertainers, police officers, wardens, prisoners, and patients about current drug war issues, such as medical marijuana, sentencing reform, racial profiling, and police corruption.
Jodie Emery, wife of Canadian Marc discusses his incarceration in US prison for selling cannabis seeds + Former servicemen Michael Krawitz and Josh Fenton discuss PTSD, medical cannabis and the Veterans Administration
William Martin, a Senior Fellow in Religion and Public Policy at the Baker Institute for Public Policy welcomes Drug Truth Network to their Archives program + Diana Washington Valdez a reporter for El Paso Times & Drug War Facts from Mary Jane Borden
Richard Lee, founder Oaksterdam Univ on Ca tax & regulate measure, Matt Elrod of Drug Sense re Canadian drug laws + Irven Rosenfeld, author of "My Medicine" who gets 300 joints thru the DEA every 28 days
Harris County (Houston) Constable Victor Trevino discusses need to examine drug laws, save money, prevent jail crowding, etc. + Neill Franklin, a working Baltimore cop & new head of LEAP discusses cannabis law
Nurse Mary Lynn Mathre & Al Byrne of Patients out of Time on medical marijuana news & forthcoming Cannabis Conference + "Life, Liberty & Happiness" from Oaksterdam University: COOKING WITH CANNABIS, with professor Sandy Moriarty & Tom Daubert on medical cannabis news in Montana