By John Stossel
Columbia University psychology professor Dr. Carl Hart, author of “High Price: A Neuroscientist’s Journey of Self-Discovery,” says “hard” drugs are not as dangerous as the media make them out to be. For 15 years, he’s studied the effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, crack cocaine and more on users.
“The data simply shows that the vast majority of people who use these drugs don’t go on to become addicted,” he said on my show. “In fact, some of these people go on to become president.”