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John P. Walters was sworn in as the Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) on December 7, 2001. As the nation's "Drug Czar," Mr. Walters coordinates all aspects of federal drug programs and spending.



Mr. Walters has extensive experience at ONDCP. From 1989 to 1991, Mr. Walters was chief of staff for William Bennett, and was Deputy Director for Supply Reduction from 1991 until leaving the office in 1993. During his service at ONDCP he was responsible for helping guide the development and implementation of anti-drug programs in all areas. During that period overall federal spending for drug control programs increased by 61 percent. By 1992, drug use in the United States reached its lowest levels in the past 23 years.

John P. Walters was sworn in as the Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) on December 7, 2001. As the nation's "Drug Czar," Mr. Walters coordinates all aspects of federal drug programs and spending.

Mr. Walters has extensive experience at ONDCP. From 1989 to 1991, Mr. Walters was chief of staff for William Bennett, and was Deputy Director for Supply Reduction from 1991 until leaving the office in 1993. During his service at ONDCP he was responsible for helping guide the development and implementation of anti-drug programs in all areas. During that period overall federal spending for drug control programs increased by 61 percent. By 1992, drug use in the United States reached its lowest levels in the past 23 years.

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Michael P. Botticelli and John P. Walters, former directors of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, warned a crowd of more than 50 law students that greater urgency is required to combat the opioid epidemic. Thursday afternoon's talk marked the conclusion of The opioid Crisis and ...
From 2001 until the end of the Bush administration in 2008, John P. Walters served as the U.S. "drug czar," coordinating the nation's anti-drug efforts and funding through the Office of National Drug Control. During his tenure, teen marijuana use declined 25 percent and teen methamphetamine, ecstasy ...

But John P. Walters, who served as “drug czar” under President George W. Bush, said enforcement and interdiction, particularly efforts aimed at high-level traffickers, are key to breaking up supply networks. “If you don't stop that poison, you can't stop that dying,” said Walters, chief operating officer of the ...
But John P. Walters, who served as "drug czar" under President George W. Bush, said enforcement and interdiction, particularly efforts aimed at high-level traffickers, are key to breaking up supply networks. "If you don't stop that poison, you can't stop that dying," said Walters, chief operating officer of the ...
John P. Walters is chief operating officer of the Hudson Institute and was director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) from 2001 to 2009. Follow John P. Walters: Stories by John P. Walters. Afghan security personnel destroy an illegal poppy crop in the Surkh Rod district of ...
There's no way to ever win against the Taliban if the heroin trade is left to flourish. By John P. Walters, David W. Murray. | November 22, 2017, 10:50 AM. Afghan security personnel destroy an illegal poppy crop in the Surkh Rod district of eastern Nangarhar province on Apr. 5. (Noorullah Shirzada/AFP/Getty Images).

John P. Walters, who led the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President George W. Bush, said he hoped the Trump administration would approach the opioid problem with “a much more extensive surveillance effort,” saying a federal lag in reporting overdose data was “shameful.” “I think we ...
William J. Bennett was director of drug control policy, 1989-1990, and US secretary of education, 1985-1988. John P. Walters is the Hudson Institute's chief operating officer and was director of drug control policy, 2001-2009. The authors have consulted with the Trump transition. The views expressed in this ...
Cathy Fennelly's son, Paul, fatally overdosed earlier this year from fentanyl-laced heroin. At a press conference last month to announce proposed legislation making fentanyl trafficking a crime, Fennelly held up the death certificate for her son. By William J. Bennett and John P. Walters September 08, 2015.
John P. Walters, director of drug control policy under President George W. Bush, wrote on what he views as an inconsistency between libertarian philosophy and support for ending the war on drugs. He claims libertarians get it wrong on drugs. Mr. Walters gets it wrong on drugs, as well as on libertarians.
In a new Weekly Standard essay, former drug czar John P. Walters explains why the idea of legalizing drugs is "Dumber Than You May Think." And not only dumb. "Irresponsible talk of legalization weakens public resolve against use and addiction," he warns. "It attacks the moral clarity that supports ...
He noted the administration of President George W. Bush, through its drug czar John P. Walters, was “extremely hostile” when Canada attempted to decriminalize cannabis possession and make it a ticketable offence in 2003. “And that was probably one of the reasons the legislation didn't go through.
There's no way to ever win against the Taliban if the heroin trade is left to flourish. By John P. Walters, David W. Murray. | November 22, 2017, 10:50 AM. Afghan security personnel destroy an illegal poppy crop in the Surkh Rod district of eastern Nangarhar province on Apr. 5. (Noorullah Shirzada/AFP/Getty Images).
John P. Walters, who led the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President George W. Bush, said he hoped the Trump administration would approach the opioid problem with “a much more extensive surveillance effort,” saying a federal lag in reporting overdose data was “shameful.” “I think we ...
William J. Bennett was director of drug control policy, 1989-1990, and US secretary of education, 1985-1988. John P. Walters is the Hudson Institute's chief operating officer and was director of drug control policy, 2001-2009. The authors have consulted with the Trump transition. The views expressed in this ...
Cathy Fennelly's son, Paul, fatally overdosed earlier this year from fentanyl-laced heroin. At a press conference last month to announce proposed legislation making fentanyl trafficking a crime, Fennelly held up the death certificate for her son. By William J. Bennett and John P. Walters September 08, 2015.
John P. Walters, director of drug control policy under President George W. Bush, wrote on what he views as an inconsistency between libertarian philosophy and support for ending the war on drugs. He claims libertarians get it wrong on drugs. Mr. Walters gets it wrong on drugs, as well as on libertarians.

In a new Weekly Standard essay, former drug czar John P. Walters explains why the idea of legalizing drugs is "Dumber Than You May Think." And not only dumb. "Irresponsible talk of legalization weakens public resolve against use and addiction," he warns. "It attacks the moral clarity that supports ...
There's no way to ever win against the Taliban if the heroin trade is left to flourish. By John P. Walters, David W. Murray. | November 22, 2017, 10:50 AM. Afghan security personnel destroy an illegal poppy crop in the Surkh Rod district of eastern Nangarhar province on Apr. 5. (Noorullah Shirzada/AFP/Getty Images).
U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class John P. Walters Jr. graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas. Walters is the son of John P. Walters, of Camden, and the husband of Samantha N. Walters. He graduated in 2010 from Polytech High School in Woodside ...
John P. Walters, who led the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President George W. Bush, said he hoped the Trump administration would approach the opioid problem with “a much more extensive surveillance effort,” saying a federal lag in reporting overdose data was “shameful.” “I think we ...
John P. Walters, who led the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President George W. Bush, said he hoped the Trump administration ...
William J. Bennett was director of drug control policy, 1989-1990, and US secretary of education, 1985-1988. John P. Walters is the Hudson ...
America is in the midst of a heroin crisis, and the growing epidemic may soon surpass the crack and cocaine overdose deaths of the 1980s and ...
John P. Walters, director of drug control policy under President George W. Bush, wrote on what he views as an inconsistency between ...
John P. Walters, director of drug control policy under President George W. Bush, wrote on what he views as an inconsistency between ...
In a new Weekly Standard essay, former drug czar John P. Walters explains why the idea of legalizing drugs is "Dumber Than You May Think.
... John P. Walters, and John J. DiIulio Jr. This theory cast “inner-city” children of that era as “almost completely unmoralized” and the font of “a new generation of ...
In a recent interview with Sinclair, former director of the White House Office of National Drug Policy, John P. Walters emphasized the need for ...
... of the addiction and overdose crisis, according to John P. Walters, former director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
John P. Walters, who led the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President George W. Bush, said he hoped the Trump administration ...
John P. Walters, who led the Office of National Drug Control Policy under President George W. Bush, said he hoped the Trump administration ...
William J. Bennett was director of drug control policy, 1989-1990, and US secretary of education, 1985-1988. John P. Walters is the Hudson ...
America is in the midst of a heroin crisis, and the growing epidemic may soon surpass the crack and cocaine overdose deaths of the 1980s and ...
John P. Walters, director of drug control policy under President George W. Bush, wrote on what he views as an inconsistency between ...
In a new Weekly Standard essay, former drug czar John P. Walters explains why the idea of legalizing drugs is "Dumber Than You May Think.
By David W. Murray, Brian Blake and John P. Walters*. Recent reporting indicates that the Federal government will be taking a more serious approach to the marijuana threat and the enforcement of our nation's drug laws.
Hudson's Chief Operating Officer and one of the authors of the article is John P. Walters, who served as Bush's "Drug Czar" from the end of 2001 until Bush left office in 2009.
William J. Bennett was director of drug control policy, 1989-1990, and US secretary of education, 1985-1988. John P. Walters is the Hudson Institute's chief operating officer and was director of drug control policy, 2001-2009. The authors have ...
William J. Bennett was director of drug control policy, 1989-1990, and US secretary of education, 1985-1988. John P. Walters is the Hudson Institute's chief operating officer and was director of drug control policy, 2001-2009. The authors have ...
Thirty years ago, Sessions was denied confirmation to a federal judgeship for racially insensitive remarks. The new letter was signed by former national drug control directors Bill Bennett, Robert Martinez, John P. Walters and former DEA administrators ...
Thanks to advances in science, we have never known so much about the effects marijuana use has on the human body, particularly, the fragile brain.
America's "Drug Czar," John P. Walters, director of National Drug Control Policy, met with U.S. Rep. Mike Sodrel, area prosecutors, police, sheriff and judges in Columbus to discuss taking control of the methamphetamine epidemic.
On February 9, former Secretary of State George Schultz proposed decriminalizing drugs as a strategy superior to prohibition. Specifically, he argued that young peoples' fear of arrest for using drugs such as marijuana deters them from seeking treatment.
Experts such as William J. Bennett, John J. Dilulio, and John P. Walters incorrectly warned at this time that teen-age boys would be flooding our streets--joining gangs, dealing drugs, assaulting, raping and murdering--as if there was no end to their ...
John P. Walters is the Hudson Institute's chief operating officer and former director of drug control policy for President George W. Bush.


 

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