The methamphetamine menace

Matthew Hoy
By Matthew Hoy on June 11, 2006

I'm sick as a dog and I made a run out to the drug store to get my favorite cold-medicine drug: Aleve Cold & Sinus. Problem. It contains pseudoephedrine. Pseudoephedrine is used to make methamphetamines. Apparently there's a relatively new federal law which turns these over-the-counter drugs into pharmacy-technician-has-to-hand-them-to-you drugs.

The first drugstore I hit had the pharmacy closed, so I couldn't get my drugs there. Instead I had to drive half-way across town to an 24-hour pharmacy.

Needless to say, this didn't make me a happy sick person. It would be far better if they'd simply had them put behind the counter so any of the store's clerks could fetch them -- like they do cigarettes.

Blogging will remain very light until I can get a decent night's sleep.

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I continue to be annoyed by online media companies skimping on the copy editors.

If you disagree, we may feud over the issue.

Is it true that Adam Schiff used his official position as House Intelligence Chair to subpoena the phone records of a journalist?

#PolitiFactThis #FactCheckThis @GlennKesslerWP @ddale8 @asharock @YLindaQiu @factcheckdotorg @ReutersFacts

Sounds dangerous, right @Acosta? https://twitter.com/MarshaBlackburn/status/1618576092159410178

Sen. Marsha Blackburn @MarshaBlackburn

Adam Schiff used his official position as House Intelligence Chair to subpoena the phone records of a journalist and the top Republican on his committee.

Then he released the records to intimidate his opponents.

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