Or rather, from the print edition of the Chicago Reader:
It's not a war against drugs, it's a war against blacks
That's the obvious conclusion to be drawn from a front-page article in the summer issue of the Compiler journal of the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. According to data from various state government agencies, black people make up 28 percent of drug users, 70 percent of those arrested for drug use, and 86 percent of those imprisoned for drug use.
But we all knew that already.
I mean, look:
Combining the quirky kitsch of Powerpuff Girls with the edgy and poetic sci-fi of Cowboy Bebop, this surrealist Japanimation film chronicles the interstellar travels of Tamala, a foul-mouthed, chain-smoking one-year-old punk rock kitten in heat.
It sounds like drugs would help, and I really don't want to risk it, given the statistics. . .