Law Enforcement vs. the America's New Progressive Social Agenda
Director for Counter Narcotics Technology
When you remove social restraints, you get chaos. In this episode, two former DEA Agents reunite to discuss the implications of government support on motivation, disparities in education, and the role of law enforcement. Osvaldo "Ozzy" Amaro and Michael Brown unpack harsh realities of modern day drug smuggling, as well as the impact of immigration policies on the job market, the rise of fentanyl overdoses, and the conflicting messages about drug use. Needless to say, these seasoned law enforcement agents unwind the complicated intersection of immigration, drug policy, and modern American culture with its evolving societal values.
In this episode, we will discuss:
The conflicting messages surrounding drug use, from the "drugs are bad" narrative to the movement for drug decriminalization
Societal implications of dependency on government support, questioning whether it encourages or hinders motivation to achieve personal success
The role of law enforcement amidst the larger debate about the direction America is heading, from democracy to social policies
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