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2016 Candidates Part 2: Republican Stances on Weed

A Neptane Original

Read Part 1: The Democrat Candidates on Weed.

Part 2: The Repbulicans

I don’t much like politics.  People often ask me, “Are you democrat or republican”?  644 more words


The Cash Crop: Canadian Cannabis  (20:57)

In the latest episode of our Canadian Cannabis series, we take a look at how Canada is missing out on an economic windfall by continuing down a path of restrictive marijuana policies. 75 more words


Im-Politic: Both Trump and Media Critics Need to Get Real on Immigration

Among the biggest news emerging from this presidential campaign is that Donald Trump is not a model of verbal precision or restraint. Because loose lips can be dangerous in a president, whose words can move markets, shake governments, and even trigger war (and “sink ships”), it’s entirely proper for the media to cover the flood of factual blunders, hyperbole, illogic, canards, and half-baked ideas the Republican hopeful generates. 682 more words


Smoking marijuana is 114 times safer than drinking alcohol – study

Source: RT.com

As the debate over marijuana legalization continues in the United States, a new study suggests that smoking the controversial plant is about 114 times safer than drinking alcohol. 461 more words


Spain becomes nation of stoners as popularity of cannabis clubs soars

Spain has overtaken the Netherlands as a marijuana smoking nation and is third in the world behind Iceland and the United States, new data shows. 151 more words


Too Baked 4 This Shit From The Government | Legalise Cannabis Petition | Government Response

As a stoner,

My day involves a ‘Wake n Bake’ which prepares me for the day, lets me clear my mind and plan ahead. It also makes my morning pleasant, the issues which I had been stressing about last night are easily solved throughout a ‘Wake n Bake’ the next morning. 1,231 more words


Legalization of Gay Marriage; the End of One Chapter, the Beginning of Another

By Edysmar Diaz-Cruz

Twitter: @EdysmarDiazCruz

This summer, a paragraph was added to our history books: with a 5-4 vote ruling, same-sex marriage was nationally legalized by the Supreme Court of the United States; backed by the 14th amendment, this decision overturned state bans on same-sex marriage; in other words, all 50 states must issue licenses to same-sex couples and must recognize already established same-sex marriages. 355 more words