Roger Ver (Bitcoin Enthusiast) provides an update on Bitcoin.Com and other related bitcoin issues - Joel Skousen (Publisher of the World Affairs Brief; prepper/survivalist) on getting prepared to survive the collapse - Matt Lampert (director of the S
The number of arrests for marijuana possession made by law enforcement agencies nationwide increased in 2014 for the first time in five years despite recreational use of the drug becoming legal in two states last year.
This week it was announced that Oregon will be expunging the old records of marijuana offenders, along with their new legalization plan.
Despite the fact that many states are finally legalizing the plant and the culture is starting to be more accepting, in recent years, there has actually been an increase in marijuana arrests.
"[Drug trafficking] is a gold mine for people who want to raise money in the underground government in order to finance projects that they can't get legitimately. It is very clear that the CIA has been very much involved with drug dealings. [Duri
It's unfortunate that this video can use so many real examples even though they seem so absurd. But the makers of this film do a great job mocking the absurdity of the situation... and it is pretty damn funny the way they present it.
George Zimmer, founder of Men's Wearhouse recently admitted to be a regular marijuana smoker, and called the plant's prohibition, "the biggest con ever perpetrated."
"We are misleading young people when we tell them marijuana is just like having beer. It's not. And the marijuana they're smoking today is not the same marijuana that Jeb Bush smoked 40 years ago..."
The drug war is one of the most misunderstood subjects in mainstream political discourse, even among people who are sympathetic to the plight of responsible drug users. It is rare for someone to come out and say that all drugs should be legal, but in
While smoking rates have remained flat for the last decade, smoking is still responsible for nearly one of every five deaths in the U.S. and smoking places individuals at a significantly higher risk for heart disease, cancer, and stroke. The fron
A confidential informant says the DEA had its sights set on Bolivia's populist leader.
"The United States does not lack institutions that continue to conspire, and that's why I am using this gathering to announce that we have decided to expel USAID from Bolivia" Bolivian President Evo Morales
How Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are rushing to cash in on cannabis.
Sri Kavuru is a consummate marijuana activist. He studied the political and economic consequences of the country's war on drugs at the University of Cincinnati and became convinced that if Ohio launched a medical marijuana program, it could reduce
DENVER -- Whether bought from a downtown shop or cadged from a friend's basement greenhouse, legal marijuana is easy to find in Colorado. Places to smoke it, not so much.
BREAKING: Indiana Police Call in the US Military and Raid 146 "Dangerous" Marijuana Plots
Last week, I warned of marijuana legalization.
It's been noticed more than a few times that there aren't many substantive differences between the Republicans and Democrats. While this is true in many ways for the parties themselves, the Left and Right certainly differ on a range of issues fro
After the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) was kicked out of Bolivia, the country was able to drastically reduce the amount of coca (cocaine) produced within its borders.
Attorneys are approaching Gregg Levendoski to defend his case after the medical marijuana patient was subject to a militarized raid over two dozen marijuana plants. 60 local, state and federal officers, including SWAT teams, stormed the property and
The developer behind a Canadian university's online course for prospective cannabis professionals offers key advice for success in the newly legal business
On March 6th of this year, Gloucester Chief of Police Leonard Campanello wrote a Facebook post much like he normally did. But this particular post bemoaned four deaths to heroin and opiates in just two months -- for a city with less than 30,000 resi
This talk was given on August 8 at the Christians for Liberty conference in Austin, Texas. Although I have been writing from the perspective of a conservative Christian libertarian for the past twenty years, it was not until 2009 that I first wrot