My latest op-ed is up at Foxnews.com:
as Canada's Internet drug sales to the United States have topped $700 million, the Canadian Minister of Health Ujjal Dosanjh says the shipping drugs south should stop. Some blame the Bush administration for putting pressure on the Canadian government, though both governments deny this. Others claim that it is a matter of public safety. But the explanation is much more straightforward: Canadian drug sales to the United States threaten the free ride that Canadians and other countries have received.