Today is the Fourth of July of weed. At places such as Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, Porter Meadow at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and Redwood Park in Arcata, Calif., thousands will light up in celebratory smoke-ins.
The Federalist Society Phoenix Lawyer's Chapter welcomes former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson and Arizona County Attorney candidate Bill Montgomery for a debate on drug war policy, in particular the legalization of Marijuana.
The worries in the land where San Francisco comes across as a conservative bastion are simple. Legalize pot and it will send the price of Humboldt County’s top cash crop spiraling downward. And when that happens, the fear is that it will lay waste to
Mexico's war on the drug trade is futile even if cartel bosses are caught or killed as millions of people are involved in the illicit business, a senior drug chief said in an interview published on Sunday.
If you keep up with the drug war then you should know the name Barry Cooper. He and his wife have started the website nevergetbusted.com and kopbusters.com. Cooper was also running for Texas attorney general in the 2010 elections. Cooper is a hero am
EL PASO – Texas law enforcement officials are bracing for a bloody weekend along the border, advising farmers to arm themselves as signs across northern Mexico point to a new escalation of violence after coordinated drug cartel attacks against the mi
Tony Ryan from LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition)
Afghanistan, the world's biggest producer of opium, has also become a major source for cannabis, overtaking Morocco as the top producer of hashish, the UN's Office on Drugs and Crime said Wednesday.
An unhappy federal judge on Tuesday approved a $3 million settlement with a former narcotics officer who said the CIA spied on him overseas. The approved settlement caps a 16-year fight for former Drug Enforcement Administration agent Richard A.
"Our military, in certain limited ways, has been working with the Mexican military in their efforts against the drug cartels" inside Mexico, Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano told NPR's Robert Siegel this morning.
Powerful groups in the United States appear to be blocking efforts to stem the flow of assault weapons fueling Mexico's drug war, Mexican President Felipe Calderon said. "They (U.S. officials) say that they are facing strong opposition and there is p
Police in a northern California town thought they had an open-and-shut case when they seized more than two pounds of marijuana from a couple's home, even though doctors authorized the pair to use pot for medical purposes. San Francisco police thou
As more U.S. states permit medical marijuana, and California considers legalizing cannabis sales to adults, Mexico is voicing irritation at the gap between drug laws north and south of the border and saying it undercuts the battle against Mexico's vi
Now that a proposal to legalize pot is on the ballot in California, well-organized groups are lining up on both sides of the debate. And it's not just tie-dyed hippies versus anti-drug crusaders. So far, the most outspoken groups on the issue are
Strong demand and the high profits that are the result of prohibition make illegal trafficking unstoppable.
This is amazing frontline footage of the 420 celebration arrests. Warning this video will make you mad, and is disturbing! This Catherine Bleish's Actual footage of a 17 year old local kid,David Krause and Her getting Arrested.
Undercover police raid the 420 Celebration outside of Liberty Forum 2010. Catherine Bleish, David from Keene and local all arrested. Protestors storm jail to demand release. Four armed police question Mike Tiner for smoking and more!
On Saturday, 2010-03-20, a 420 rally will be taking place at 4:20 in the center of Nashua, to coincide with the Free State Project’s Liberty Forum (BREAKING NEWS - 1 pepper sprayed and arrested, two others arrested for complaining)
The bill had strong support from both conservative Republicans and liberal Democrats. While the current law punishes crack users 100 times more heavily than powder cocaine users, the new Senate bill brings the 100-to-1 ratio down to 18-to-1.
Michael Shane Howard was attacked and killed by robbers who wanted his medical marijuana. While he lay dying, the cops took his plants. When local police were called to the scene, rather than investigating the assault, they started questioning
Gunmen believed to be linked to drug traffickers shot a pregnant American consulate worker and her husband to death in Ciudad Juárez. The gunmen also killed the husband of another consular employee and wounded his two young children.
APFN — March 13, 2010 — The shadow government of assassins, arms dealers, drug smugglers,former CIA operatives and top US military personnel who were running foreign policy unaccountable to the public, revealing the Reagan/Bush administration's pl
Every human competitor now running the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race will be tested for alcohol and illegal drugs on the trail for the first time in the history of the 1,100-mile race — a change defending champion Lance Mackey believes is directed at
Marijuana makes people crazy in the head and want freedom over government control! Everybody flush your stash before it's too late! Reefer Madness was all true!!!!!! Turns out, the Pentagon Shooter was made crazy for freedom by weed.
“We are winning the War on Drugs because drug use is down,” said Officer Howard Wooldridge. “That statement by hundreds of police chiefs, sheriffs and narcotics officers has been repeated thousands of times in the past 40 years of Drug Prohibition.
Henry's case is unique because his possession limit was on the cusp of being a misdemeanor. In Texas, it is a misdemeanor to possess four ounces or less.
“They didn’t do their homework. If they really had enough evidence to raid me for pot, they would have got a search warrant for that. But they used this Liberty Hill thing to get into my house. I used to do the same shit when I was a cop.”
Guatemala's national police chief and anti-drug czar were detained in a case of stolen cocaine that led to the deaths of 5 police agents. Attorney General Amilcar Velasquez said Police Chief Baltazar Gonzalez, anti-drug czar Nelly Bonilla and a third
Long-term use of marijuana can lead to increased risk of developing hallucinations, delusions and psychosis, a new study shows. Australian researchers asked nearly 3,100 young adults averaging about 20 years of age about marijuana use. They found
North isn’t any run-of-the-mill lawbreaker. And you can bet that his sudden concern for the violence in Mexico has more to do with how that can be used for his own agenda.