A New York City pain management doctor was convicted of manslaughter and other charges for selling narcotics prescriptions to 20 patients, including 2 who fatally overdosed. A jury in Manhattan Supreme Court found Stan Li, 60, guilty on nearly 200 cr
Do you think you understand the war on drugs & the illegal immigration crisis? You will change everything you believe when you read this DEA Insider's account of what is really going on and this Congressman knows all about it.Entered By: Dave Hodges
A lot of data in this info graphic. It really does not take a lot of data to see through the folly of our war on drugs. It failed in the Twenties as prohibition and inspired organized crime. This horrible enterprise has continuously prospered and
Federal authorities on Thursday charged FedEx with assisting illegal pharmacies by knowingly delivering painkillers and dangerous drugs to customers without prescriptions.
The video below has been released in a lawsuit over a highly disturbing case where a Riverside undercover officer befriended a 17-year-old boy with autism and convinced him to buy pot for him. They then arrested him.
Over the Fourth of July weekend, the small California suburb Boyle Heights, held the first ever cannabis-centric farmer's market, as reported by LA Times.
Keith Cyrnek (local activist) on border patrol checkpoints - Dr. Phranq Tamburri (Longevity Medical Center) updates us on healthcare and medical marijuana - Sarara Corva (Medical Marijuana Education Expert) on medicinal uses of Cannabis
Roberto Escobar on Colombia's Cocaine History, Pablo Escobar and the Failed War on Drugs.
The Los Angeles city attorney is seeking an injunction to stop what's being dubbed as the city's first-ever cannabis-centric farmers market, which opened for business over the Fourth of July weekend.
Hickenlooper sounds cautiously optimistic, and there are good reasons for that. Possession and consumption of cannabis have been legal in Colorado and Washington since the end of 2012. In Colorado, so has home cultivation of up to six plants and nonc
Gerald Celente on Marijuana Legalization, OccupyPeace and the Solution to Government Gangsterism
A Pawtucket accountant has pleaded guilty of conspiring to bring $1.2 million worth of contraband cigarettes to Rhode Island from Virginia, where the cigarette tax is low.
The defendant had $324 in cash in his pocket? Proof he's a drug dealer, because drug dealers transact business in cash. If he has no cash in his pocket, it's proof he's a major drug dealer, because major drug dealers have people who do the dirty tr
If the Careys lived in Utah, Alexis would have access to cannabidiol, an orally administered oil (sometimes called "Charlotte's Web") that has been very effective in treating Dravet's Syndrome and a number of other illnesses, including cancer.
"There's no way they are going to eliminate the black market with something that's totally unresponsive to a market at all," Hiatt says. "You're going to see very quickly the problems when you try to do things Soviet style. When you're
Washington state is getting ready for legal marijuana, becoming the second U.S. to legalize the substance for adults. Sales of cannabis started in 24 locations around the state yesterday. Colorado legalized marijuana on January 1st. Sales there w
The Obama Administration's decision to cut off water to legal marijuana growers. This move by the Bureau of Reclamation is a prime example of such intervention into political disputes and a troubling precedent for the future.
After her 7-year-old daughter, Liza, was diagnosed with an aggressive and generally fatal kind of brain tumor in 2011, Jennifer Scherr decided to treat the cancer with cannabis oil. At the time marijuana was not legal for medical use in Illinois,
Benton Mackenzie is suffering from terminal angiosarcoma, an aggressive variety of cancer that has left his body mottled with grotesque lesions. In the hope of enjoying what remains of his life, he grew marijuana in order
The lawsuit is brought on behalf of women who are imprisoned at MCI-Framingham solely because they are civilly committed under a law known as "Section 35." Under Section 35, an alcoholic or substance abuser can be civilly committed
A Mexican informant who provided "credible information" to US law enforcement agencies about narcotics trafficking was compensated "with the ability to cross the border legally into the United States for at least one year."
Your brain on psychedelic drugs looks similar to your brain when you're dreaming, suggests a new study that may also explain why people on psychedelics feel they are expanding their mind.
The court cited the 2008 Appeals Court decision Idaho v. Buell which held that an individual accused of driving drunk has no right to refuse to perform field sobriety tests.
CA Cops to Homeless: Be our guinea pigs or be arrested
The toddler who was severely injured when police, looking for, $50 worth of drugs, threw a flashbang grenade into his crib, has walked out of the hospital this week!
Afghan forces battled the Taliban in southern Helmand province on Monday for a second week, officials and residents said on Monday, seeking to reassert control over a strategic district just weeks after the departure of U.S. troops.
When the Breathalyzer 5000 was accepted as proof of drunk driving, it became a fixture of the law. There aren't many bank robbers, but there are a ton of drunk drivers. We know because the box says so.
The prohibitionist is an instinctive authoritarian and self-enraptured bully determined to cleanse the world of conduct he considers offensive, no matter the cost. The bootlegger is an entrepreneur who takes risks in order to provide goods
The problem with recent medicinal marijuana legislation is that it's not based on actual research.
During Independence Day weekend, a time to celebrate US freedom and unalienable rights, Americans in Oregon will be subjected to a "blitz" of 'no-refusal' blood-draw checkpoints, as part of a disturbing trend that now extends nationwide.