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Ending Marijuana Prohibition | TheWeedBlog.com | Part 2

 

Elected Officials, Community Members To March To Mayor Bloomberg’s House To Protest Marijuana Arrest Crusade In NYCUnder Bloomberg, More Than 400,000 People Arrested on Low-Level Marijuana Charges in NYC, At a Cost of More Than $600 Million; Most Are Young Blacks and Latinos, Despite Whites Using Marijuana at Higher Rates Illegal Searches and Manufactured Misdemeanor Arrests Continue Despite Order by Commissioner Kelly to Halt These Unlawful [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Sensible Washington Filing Initiatives In Six Cities To 'De-Prioritize' Marijuana EnforcementCannabis Initiatives Being Filed In 6 Washington Cities By Steve Elliott of Toke of the Town Washington state cannabis advocacy group Sensible Washington on Wednesday is filing initiatives to make marijuana enforcement the lowest priority for law enforcement in six cities throughout the state. “Today in Spokane, Olympia, Bellingham, Everett, [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Does Refusing A Search Give Police Probable Cause? Know your rights when dealing with police. This is the 4th episode in the Flex Your Rights YouTube series How to Deal with Cops. Flex Your Rights Associate Director Scott Morgan responds to YouTube questions and comments. This episode answers the question of whether or not refusing a police search [Click Here To Continue Reading] Continue reading

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Dr. Roscoe M. Moore Jr., U.S. Assistant Surgeon General (Retired), Appointed to Cannabis Science Scientific Advisory Board
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1st Patient Apparent Success Story
2nd Patient Apparent Success Story
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Dr. Roscoe M. Moore Jr., U.S. Assistant Surgeon General (Retired), Appointed to Cannabis Science Scientific Advisory Board
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Cannabis Science, Inc. | Cannabis Healing Incurable Tumors

 Posted by  at 12:30 PM on February 26, 2012 Ending Marijuana ProhibitionMedical Marijuana Policy

dwight thats awesomeHow much more evidence do people need to see before they realize cannabis truly saves lives?

Cannabis Science, Inc. a pioneering U.S. biotech company developing pharmaceutical cannabis (marijuana) products is monitoring the outstanding progress of the 3rd Self-Medicated Cannabis Patient with Clear Continued Improvement. This self-medicating patient has what his doctors describe as the worst case of squamous cell carcinoma the had ever seen. This patient’s tumors, while resistant to conventional treatment, continues to make obvious improvement with the use of cannabis extracts.

Figure 1 shows the tumor from the last treatment on the left side of the patient’s head, scabbing over and healing. A cavernous opening began to form, and the roof and sides of the tumor have degraded and fallen off, as shown in Figure 2. Figures 3 and 4 show the tumor from above, and it is clear that the tumor continues to degrade.

On the right side of the patient’s head, the tumor is also slowly healing from the application of the cannabis-based extracts. The last three pictures show the absorption and killing of the tumor by the extract.

You can view these graphic photos on the Cannabis Science websitewww.cannabisscience.com and click the button “View Images of 3rd Self-Medicated Patient & His Apparent Success.” (also embedded below)

Cannabis Science continues to focus on cancer as a major initial target for treatment with its critical ailment formulations. Cannabis Science has provided the scientific foundation for numerous patients suffering from cancer to make the informed decision to treat themselves with cannabis extracts. The company has seen vast improvement in four out of patients with skin cancer to date who we have been scientifically advising. Their photo-documentation is available on the Cannabis Science website www.cannabisscience.com and click on the breaking news button where you will find all the cancer related and updated patient news.

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Cannabis Science, Inc. is at the forefront of pharmaceutical grade medical marijuana research and development. The second formulations will address the needs of patients choosing to use concentrated cannabis extracts to treat their ailments. Eventually, all Americans will have access to a safe and effective FDA approved medicine regardless of which state they live in. To maintain that marijuana is a dangerous, addictive drug with no medical value is scientifically absurd. Cannabis medicines, with no effective lethal dose, are far safer than aspirin, acetaminophen, and most other OTC drugs that kill thousands of Americans every year.

The Company works with world authorities on phytocannabinoid science targeting critical illnesses, and adheres to scientific methodologies to develop, produce and commercialize phytocannabinoid-based pharmaceutical products. In sum, we are dedicated to the creation of cannabis-based medicines, both with and without psychoactive properties, to treat disease and the symptoms of disease, as well as for general health maintenance.

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Ending Marijuana Prohibition | TheWeedBlog.com | Part 1

New York Gov. Cuomo Will Put Before Lawmakers A Bill To Legalize Small Amounts Of Marijuanaby Monterey Bud It looks like Gov. Andrew Cuomo from N.Y. is finally waking up and smelling the sweet scent of common sense. Gov. Cuomo will put before the New York state lawmakers, first thing  Monday morning, a bill  to legalize the ownership of small amounts of marijuana. In an [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Detroit Will Vote To Legalize Marijuana In Augustby Phillip Smith The Michigan Supreme Court has cleared the way—finally—for Detroiters to vote on a marijuana legalization initiative. The high court Friday refused to hear an expedited appeal of a February appeals court ruling that Detroit election officials had acted improperly when they blocked the measure from getting on [Click Here To Continue Reading]

The Russ Belville Show Returns TodayTune In To The Russ Belville Show They say marijuana’s not addictive, but listening to The Russ Belville Show is!  My apologies to all the dedicated fans who have been going through withdrawals waiting for my return.  But I’m back, Monday, June 4 at 3pm Pacific right here at radicalruss.com, with the [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Anonymous Announces OpCannabis420, Phase 2By Steve Elliott of Toke of the Town The online activist organizations Anonymous and Team Vendetta have announced that Operation Cannabis 420 needs to evolve beyond marches, social networks, and campaigns. The team has told Toke of the Town it intends to concentrate on communications and outreach as a Phase 2 [Click Here To Continue Reading]

No Gray Area On Drug War For VP Candidate James GrayBy Ellen Komp Judge James Gray, in his first Bay Area appearance since winning the Vice Presidential nomination for the Libertarian Party, addressed a group of drug policy reformers at Oaksterdam University in Oakland, California on May 24, 2012. Gray is a former California Superior Court Judge and Federal Prosecutor, [Click Here To Continue Reading]

California Bill To De-Felonization Drug Possession Diesby Phillip Smith A bill that would have decreased the penalties for simple drug possession from felonies to misdemeanors died Thursday in the California Senate.  The proposed measure, Senate Bill 1506, was defeated on a vote of 24-11. The bill was introduced by Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco), and would [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Study Finds Cannabis Use Lowers Mortality Risk In Patients With Psychotic DisordersThe use of cannabis is associated with lower mortality risk in patients with schizophrenia and related psychotic disorders, according to a forthcoming study to be published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research. An international team of investigators from the University of Maryland School of Medicine and Inje University in South [Click Here To Continue Reading]

The Russ Belville Show - Independent Voice of the Marijuana NationRadical Russ Returns On June 4th By Kaliko Castille I’m a political junkie. I live to listen to talk radio, watch cable news and follow political reporter’s tweets. I remember some weekend morning in the waning years of the Bush administration, I was getting ready for the day when I [Click Here To Continue Reading]

From Anonymous – Profiteers & Prisoners of the Drug War

 

 Posted by  at 3:26 PM on May 7, 2012 Ending Marijuana ProhibitionGlobal Drug War

 

Profiteers & Prisoners of the Drug War

Citizens of the World,

It has been considered common knowledge that when a war is conducted there will emerge one side as victor, and the other as loser. There is a particular war that defies that logic and whose battle lines are not so clearly drawn. To which am I referring is the United States of America’s War on Drugs, declared by President Richard Nixon in June of 1971.

The expressed goals of this shift in U.S. Domestic + Foreign policy was to counteract the rise in drug use that had characterized the previous decade, which Nixon described as “Public Enemy #1?. Overlooking the argument that the right to choose drug use is up to the individual, it would appear as if Nixon did want to keep Americans safe. However, regardless of sincerity of his intentions, it has become apparent that his approach to the issue of drug usage has done little to achieve it’s stated goals + actually has done much to the opposite end:

Not only has drug use not declined, at all…

anonymous opcannabis

…self-proclaimed “Land of the Free” leads the world in incarcerations, directly due to the criminalization of Cannabis use. Rather than regulating marijuana in a legal manner, it would appear as if the Federal Government would prefer to imprison…

anonymous opcannabis

…What’s worse is the recent trend to privatize prisons for profit, in the name of saving taxpayer dollars. Some even require a minimum occupancy, creating a system of incentives where police officers are pressured not only to meet their personal + department quotas, but also that of the prison company. A prime example of the profit-motive being used to obstruct justice…

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…Private Prisons aren’t the only entities profiting off the Drug War. The fact that substances like cannabis are illegal forces their consumers to turn to the black market to acquire them. This funnels much money into criminal organizations, funding their other, most likely violent, illegal activities…

…With nature’s most prominent medicine locked away + anyone who uses it locked up, Pharmaceutical companies are able to synthesize chemicals that target single symptoms rather than the array of ailments that marijuana assists with. So, not only can you not grow the cure-all in your own home for free, you must pay for your relief on a case by case basis.

anonymous opcannabis

Amidst all this is an emerging acceptance of alternative forms of drug use than the traditional alcohol, caffeine and nicotine. In 2011, the public approval of marijuana legalization reached 50% of all Americans, a reflection of the inability of our elected officials to properly gauge and/or react to the will of the people, as no federal efforts to reform marijuana laws have come to fruition.

anonymous opcannabis

In conclusion, when one looks beyond the rhetoric and promises of prohibition, it becomes more clear that in practice this policy is not working and is overdue to change. When one looks closely enough, they may come to the realize that the Drug War is actually a
War on the American People and their Rights.

Winners: For-Profit Prison Companies, Drug Lords + Pharmaceutical Companies
Losers: Us

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Published with special permission from Anonymous

Hemp | Marijuana Inc. changes name to Hemp Inc.

Hemp Cocktail Party Benefit For Bringing It Home, A Hemp Documentary In ProductionCome to the Hemp Cocktail Party In Hollywood What: Hemp Cocktail Party Benefit for BRINGING IT HOME, Documentary in Production When: Friday June 8, 2012 • 7:00 -8:30 PM Where: Glass Slipper Studio, 12428 Oxnard St., N. Hollywood, CA 91606 Who: Producer Linda Booker presenting a short preview of documentary in progress, [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Support Hemp Amendment To Farm Bill

 Posted by  at 8:22 AM on June 7, 2012 Hemp 4 Comments
Support Hemp Amendment To Farm BillOregon Senator To Introduce Hemp Farming Amendment I received the following alert from Christina Volgyesi, Project Coordinator for Hemp History Week: Today we have a huge opportunity. Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) will be introducing a hemp farming amendment to Farm Bill that would allow U.S. farmers to once again grow industrial hemp. This [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Marijuana Inc. Changes Name To Hemp Inc.Marijuana Inc. Is Now Hemp Inc. MARIJUANA, INC. (HEMP) is proud to announce a corporate name change to Hemp, Inc. The change goes into effect immediately. The company’s business models and revenues will increasingly focus on the global market for hemp. CEO Bruce Perlowin stated, “With the acquisition of the [Click Here To Continue Reading] Continue reading

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Pro Grower Reveals Hi-Yield Marijuana Technique That Uses No EquipmentWhat Is Marijuana ‘Super Cropping’? May 29, 2012, San Francisco, Ca – GrowWeedEasy.com, a website about growing marijuana indoors, publishes article which reveals a simple hi-yield marijuana growing tactic called “Super Cropping.”. First released in their private newsletter with the name “Super Cropping, High-Stress Training, and Marijuana Yields,” the paper was [Click Here To Continue Reading]

Attorney General Defends Medical Marijuana Crackdown

By Steve Elliott ~alapoet~ in DispensariesMedicalNews

Friday, June 8, 2012 at 9:20 am
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What On Earth?
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder claims the Obama Administration is only going after those who are “taking advantage” and “acting out of conformity … with state laws”

Attorney General Eric Holder on Thursday defended the Department of Justice’s crackdown on medical marijuana, claiming growers and dispensaries “took advantage” of state medical marijuana laws.

Holder, appearing before the House Judiciary Committee, admitted that the Obama Justice Department had broken with the Bush Administration in pledging not to go after anyone acting within state medicinal cannabis laws, reports Dan Freedman of the Hearst Washington Bureau.

But those involved in “large-scale” marijuana growing and sales have “come up with ways in which they are taking advantage of these state laws and going beyond that which the states have authorized,” Holder claimed in response to questions from Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.)
“Those are the only cases we have been going after,” Holder claimed, saying the DOJ has limited its enforcement actions “to those individuals (and) organizations that are acting out of conformity… with state laws.”
Rep. Nadler pointed out that as a presidential candidate in 2008, Barack Obama promised that he would use “Justice Department resources to try to circumvent state laws on this issue.”
But federal agents have conducted about 200 raids on medical marijuana dispensaries and growers since 2009, bringing more than 60 indictments, according to Nadler.
The brunt of the federal crackdown has come in California, although raids have also been conducted in Washington, Colorado, Montana, Michigan, and other medical marijuana states. Seventeen states plus the District of Columbia now allow medicinal cannabis.
Medical marijuana advocates have accused the Obama Administration of dishonesty in its “evolving” policy positions.

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High Times Magazine has been chronicling the counterculture for over thirty years. First published as a quarterly in 1974, High Times is still being published (now a monthly) with its continued emphasis on marijuana use and cultivation and the fight for cannabis legalization.

The early issues of High Times Magazine had many unique editorial features which you just couldn’t find anywhere else including its “Trans-High Market Quotations” page which listed the current market prices and supply information for various illicit drugs; a “centerfold” – usually of some unusually good-looking bud; HighWitness News – recent news of marijuana, drug busts, and other counterculture happenings of the day; and, of course, the advertisements which featured any and all kinds of paraphernalia… anyone remember the MaryGin?

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