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Legalization of Marijuana: What Does It Say About the World?

For, oh, 8,000 years or more people were able to freely obtain drugs from apothecaries, shaman, medicine people, doctors, wizards, priests, padres, monks, adventurers, traders, pirates, housewives, flower girls, knobby miscreants with dancing monkeys, sailors, inkeeps, carpet baggers. That’s because … Continue reading

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Avoiding Drug War Facts: Why the President Is Hiding in His Room

When I talk to my five year old about problems he’s having, he gets upset and runs out of the room. He avoids confrontation if it forces him to consider doing something he doesn’t want to do. it doesn’t help … Continue reading

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Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Leader Man Dude Rockstar Cowboy Jedi Ninja Considers Federal Legalization of Marijuana

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/leahy-kerlikowske-marijuana.pdf OH MY GOD! The Senate Judiciary Committee is asking Obama to sit at the table. This is the moment! At this point, it is all posturing until Obama can craft the historic statement that changes the future of America. … Continue reading

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On Obama’s Promise to Rehab 1st Time Drug Users

How about doing nothing?¬†End Prohibition, and you don’t have to do a dang thing about someone trying a drug. Zero action, zero taxes. If someone commits arson, they’re never charged with a crime for being mad, or for being weird … Continue reading

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Obama, seriously, we need to talk My two cents on Obama’s rather unpoetic, snide approach to dealing with the failed Drug War – seriously, this isn’t high school. There will be no interception: The difference between a positive and a … Continue reading

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What Is Civil Liberty and Why Is It Important

From the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy – Put in the simplest terms, one might say that a democratic society is a free society because it is a self-determined society, and that a member of that society is free to the … Continue reading

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