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Sexual Deviant John Conyers Is The Hero Of Soros-Backed Drug Legalization Movement

Rep. John Conyers (D-CA), who is being pressured to resign after allegations of sexual impropriety have emerged, is a long-time favorite of the drug legalization movement funded by socialist billionaire George Soros. Conyers received the Justice Gerald Le Dain Award for Achievement in the Field of Law from the Soros-backed Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) in 2003. “Congressman John Conyers (D-MI) will be in attendance to speak and receive an award from the Alliance for his tireless work toward drug policy reform,” a DPA press release said. Despite allegations of sexual harassment being hurled at him by an ex-staffer, Conyers does… Keep Reading

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Anti-Trump Leftists Hurl Racist Insults At Marijuana Activists For Supporting Free Speech

Trump derangement syndrome is manifesting itself in the cannabis community, as leftists are seemingly intent upon destroying the entire marijuana movement out of a temper tantrum over President Trump. Libertarian activist Eapen Thampy, who leads the Americans for Forfeiture Reform, has come under hostile attack for pointing out that left-leaning marijuana activists are using their supposedly non-partisan posts in the cannabis reform movement to launch cheap shots at their right-wing opponents. “Outreach coordinator for Students for Sensible Drug Policy wants to shut down UConn College Republicans event with Lucian Wintrich,” Thampy said in a Facebook post. “Sad that SSDP now… Keep Reading

Economics/Politics

Even Partial Drug Legalization Goes a Long Way In Protecting Property Rights

The partial legalization of marijuana has not been particularly ideal. Thanks to high regulatory burdens on the marijuana-production industry, limitations on production volume, and high taxes, black markets have persisted within those states that have adopted a variety of legalization measures. Perhaps most burdensome has been ongoing federal banking regulations that essentially prohibit marijuana producers from using commercial banking services. The resulting reliance on physical cash has led in many cases to more robbery and inefficiencies within the cannabis industry. Nevertheless, even partial legalization has brought at least some of the benefits that one would expect. Cannabis products are now… Keep Reading

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Culture/Politics

The Cannabis Market Is Still Very Much Open For Business Under President Trump

When former Sen. Jeff Sessions was announced as Trump’s pick for Attorney General, many leftists and even some libertarians cried foul. This would be the end of marijuana legalization, they claimed! Others claimed that he was the big bad racist boogeyman who loved the Klan. The histrionics were almost unbearable. Nevertheless, their whining and their crying did woefully little to stop the confirmation of Sessions. After he was confirmed, news reports have circulated indicating that the Attorney General under Trump will be focused on taking out serious drug cartels while leaving the recreational marijuana industry relatively unscathed. The U.S. News… Keep Reading

Culture/Economics/Politics

Relax, Hippies: Jeff Sessions As Attorney General Isn’t The End Of The World

The hypocritical liberals are sounding the alarms about Jeff Sessions being President Trump’s pick for Attorney General. Suddenly and conveniently, they care about civil liberties and the rule of law again now that they have lost political power. Nevertheless, they are blowing smoke and relying on ignorance to push their tired agenda. The George Soros-funded Drug Policy Alliance (DPA) is especially ham-fisted in their nauseating “analysis” of the appointment. Purportedly a nonpartisan group, their true colors were shown after they released a ridiculous screed filled with so much nonsense that looks as if it was drafted by John Podesta himself: Keep Reading

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A Cash Crop To Rebuild America: The Cannabis Revolution Means Better Public Health And Limitless Prosperity

Whether you like it or not, the cannabis revolution is underway throughout America. Four states have already legalized marijuana for recreational purposes, and four more states are slated to join them after the results of last month’s election. On Nov. 8, the big winner wasn’t Donald Trump – it was the cannabis plant. It reigned triumphant in Florida, North Dakota, Arkansas, California, Massachusetts, Maine and Nevada in varying degrees. Of course, the prohibitionists are out in full force with a propaganda blitz of their own against the progress being made. Some warn of “killer weed” while other desperate individuals say… Keep Reading

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