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Voice of Democracy winner congratulated by Veterans of Foreign Wars

...emotions ran deep and Ben was given a standing ovation, "After listening to Ben's speech I knew in my heart that is why we fight wars so that the future generation can have the opportunities that only freedom can provide and Ben understands that...
Best and worst picks for 2006

...corporate bottom line can often get in the way of real progress. Last but not least is the ostensibly nonpartisan ?Why We Fight,? a brilliant examination of both the underlying actual reasons for our involvement in conflict around the world and...
The House I Live In

Now Playing Synopsis: Why We Fight director Eugene Jarecki shifts his focus from the military industrial complex to the War on Drugs in this documentary exploring the risks that prohibition poses to freedom, and the tragedy of addicts being treated as criminals. In the four decades since the War on Drugs commenced, more than 45 millions of addicts have been arrested -- and for each one jailed, another family is destroyed. Meanwhile, the prisons in America are growing overcrowded with non-violent criminals, and illegal drugs are still being sold in schoolyards. By examining just where it all went wrong, Jarecki reveals that a solution is possible if we can just find it in ourselves to be compassionate, and see past the decades of paranoia and propaganda. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi Movie Details Play Trailer Buy Tickets Movie Review



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