Psychotropic drugs. The U.S. denies people life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Will President Trump do the right thing? Anthropology shows that all tribes, nations and individuals have always had intoxication within their culture by various means. Logic, common sense and the medical research establishment is telling governments that the most benign intoxicant should be the first drug they legalize. Yet in the case of cannabis, --- the least toxic of all psychotropic drugs, --- the U. S. and Canada haves gone the other way and legalized the two most toxic psychotropic drugs, alcohol and tobacco, while making cannabis illegal. This goes against the principle of legislating for the greater good as well as going against the principle of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Canada, finally, will implement Canada’s constitutional right and grant the guarantee of life, liberty and security of the person, by legalizing Cannabis. Canada has finally recognized that cannabis intoxication as a right that it has denied it’s citizens. Will President Trump also do the right thing and grant Americans their constitutional right to seek happiness with the more intelligent use of cannabis, the least toxic and most benign of the psychotropic drugs? I hope so. Lead. Follow. Or getting out of the way. Regards DL P.S. A brief history of British Columbia. In the days of legal opium use in Canada, mostly by the Chinese, the government chose to make opium illegal for racial and tribal reasons more than for common sense and good legal reasons. The police of that day, as they have done with cannabis today, promoted the view that opium then and cannabis today, were a more benign drug and cause society the least amount of harm as compared to alcohol. Racism won. Good law lost. The same situation is now in the U.S..