Jake Brown, Federalist Society President ASU - Should Marijuana Be Legalized? / Adam Kokesh, Adam Vs. The Man
An email was sent to both County Attorney Bill Montgomery and Attorney Marc Victor asking that the debate be recorded. Marc Victor welcomed the idea of recording the debate, but County Attorney Bill Montgomery does not want the debate recorded.
I see where our drug police found and seized 4 acres of marijuana plants growing on Mount Charleston, northwest of Las Vegas. The pot farmers are bad people because they litter and sometimes hunt wildlife out of season, says Forest Service spokesgal
Mary Lee Cook, an 84-year-old resident of Oak Hill, Florida, didn't seem like the kind of person who would secretly cultivate marijuana behind her home. Yet on June 6, deputies assigned to the East Volusia County Narcotics Task Force materialized on
Many years ago after a surgical procedure I was given a prescription for Vicodin, which is the brand name combination of hydrocodone and acetaminophen. Hydrocodone is an opioid analgesic - related to morphine and heroin - and acetaminophen is the gen
The test kids will be available to parents of middle school students in the Hempfield School District. “We would rather be proactive,” Andy Leopold, superintendent, said. “We have 6,300 students in this district and if we can affect even one family o
Peru's new centre-left government is temporarily suspending its modest US-funded coca eradication programme to re-evaluate its strategy. The prime minister, Salomón Lerner, said the government was committed to reducing the illegal crop and would conv
Mexico's war on drugs has had little impact on trafficking and violence. Now some say it's time for a new approach.
An infamous Guatemalan army unit is waging war on Mexico's cartels, but some of its soldiers have swapped sides.
The Seattle Weekly employs a columnist who reviews marijuana dispensaries. That's the first surprising thing in this strange tale of Chinese censorship. That columnist, Steve Elliott, has a book coming out called The Little Black Book of Marijuana,
Perez's withdrawal of her request likely means the public won't know any time soon exactly what exactly happened the morning of July 10 at the lockup. In the spring, state lawmakers revised Florida's public records law, forbidding the release of pict
A drug task force detective says two people openly sold marijuana pipes and bongs at a southwestern Pennsylvania county fair. Thirty-three-year-old Stephen Krug and 24-year-old Maria Zelik, both of Freedom, are charged with possession, conspiracy
U.S. federal agents allegedly allowed the Sinaloa drug cartel to traffic several tons of cocaine into the United States in exchange for information about rival cartels, according to court documents filed in a U.S. federal court. The allegations ar
The DEA says the person they were looking for is actually the landlord's son. He uses that house as his address. The DEA deny anyone was thrown to the ground. They also indicate there was likely cause to search the house.
A Minnesota senior was jailed by Canadian border guards at a Manitoba port of entry after a jar containing some motor oil was mistaken for heroin. Janet Goodin, 66, a retired girl scout registrar and grandmother of 12, was on her way to Sprague, M
Law enforcement officers walked drug-sniffing dogs through a Pulaski apartment complex [without a warrant] at 2AM -- a practice occasionally used to search for evidence of illegal drug activity, the town's police chief said.
Trying to win the largely catholic public to their side, the Michoacan Cartel has begun claiming they are the Mexican Knights Templar.
James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney discusses how he went from Drug enforcer to Oklevueha Native American Church Medicine Man and the Legal precedence that has been laid down, defending the rights of the individual to practice religious freedom acco
James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney is interviewed and discusses the Native American Church http://nativeamericanchurch.net and how the 1st Amendment of the constitution for the united States gives the people the absolute right to use church sacremen
James Warren "Flaming Eagle" Mooney of Native American Church on Gorilla Radio 10:00 am PST July 21, 2011 at http://kpfz.org/kpfz-internet- stream/ The Native American Church is officially recognized by the US government. Supreme court de
I’m currently working on a story about a pot raid in which the cops emptied a woman’s “lady drawer” onto her bed, lined up her sex toys, took a photo, then mocked her for what they found. That’s only a small part of the story. But it’s a weird part.
For the second time in a year, Lawrence County Children and Youth Services has been accused in a federal lawsuit of removing a child from a mother’s custody after a positive test for opiates allegedly triggered by poppy seeds.
Drug warriors often contend that drug use would skyrocket if we were to legalize or decriminalize drugs in the United States.
A few weeks before summer break, an eighth-grader in Fairfax County was pulled from his civics class and led into an office. An assistant principal told him that classmates had reported hearing him say he’d smoked marijuana with five other boys —
A federal judge has thrown out the capital murder conviction and death sentence and lambasted corrupt Prince William Co. prosecutors who withheld or ignored crucial evidence and potential testimony that could have helped Wolfe’s defense.
A bill that would withhold up to 5% of each state’s highway funding unless that state requires a device in the cars of all convicted drunken drivers was introduced at the bribery by lobbyists for “ignition interlocks,” into the transportation reautho
When the Indiana Supreme Court decided that Brenda Moore had indeed committed the crime of being drunk in public by riding shotgun in a car driven by her sober friend, a thousand public service announcements about designated drivers turned sour.
A case of mistaken identity nearly roped a Struthers family into one of the largest drug sweeps in the area this year. Doreen Fox of Lewis Street, Struthers, was home with her 30-year-old son Wednesday morning preparing to leave for a doctor’s app
A west Texas judge rejected a plea deal for legendary country-western musician Willie Nelson, who now faces up to a year in prison for marijuana possession. The original deal allowed him to plead guilty and pay a fine if he played a song.
Considered a role model by his peers and named “Officer of the Year” in 2010, Boynton Beach police officer David Britto has been charged with conspiring to sell more than 500 grams of methamphetamines between June 2009 and March 2011.