King, Nick. "Straight Dope: in Small-Town America, Drugs are an Everyday Experience." The American Conservative 10.5 (2011): 24+. Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 28 Oct. 2013.
In summary of this article, Nick King was a Meth user who was out to let the world know what it was all about. Meth, a long with a few other drugs, is what his friends and him used everyday to get high. In his hometown in Missouri the way of life there was drugs or Jesus. This article is from a database. A database article is the most reliable type of source for a research paper. It is current and was reviewed in 2011. It is supported with facts and statements from King's own experiences. It includes everyday experiences from a Meth addict and how it hurt him and also had a big impact on his family, something that fits what I am researching to the tee.
"Meth Epidemic Doubles Crime Committed by Addicts." Policy & Practice June 2006: 8. Opposing Viewpoints In Context. Web. 4 Nov. 2013.
In summary of this article, crime committed by methamphetamine addicts doubled to six million violent and property crimes in 2004 from three million in 2002. It says that many states have put restrictions on over the counter medications used to make methamphetamine. These restrictions have shut