In Times Such as These, it is important to recognize the “good” Capitalists….



Mary I have never claimed that Capitalism, in and of itself was a bad thing.  It is a system of transferring property that has been used for thousands of years.

There were and are still many Christian Capitalists out there who believe in doing the right thing and taking care of those who took care of you.

My only concern in the following story is that Albert Gubay chose to dedicate one half to the Catholic Church, to be used for “projects” related to….

I only hope that the administrator of the estate watches carefully where and how that money is spent.   There ARE many good Catholic Charities,

but they also need to be “audited” on those finances  – and verified….   I would hate to see any of this money used to pay out settlements

to those that have been wronged by the Church.  I don’t think (hope) that Mr. Gubay had in mind.



Billionaire giving away his fortune

The 82-year-old founder of a U.K. supermarket chain and other businesses honors a vow he made to God back when he was a struggling young entrepreneur.

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Warren Buffett did it. Bill Gates did it. Now a lesser-known billionaire from Britain is doing it, too.

Albert Gubay has put his business empire, worth about $1.1 billion, into a charitable trust, fulfilling a divine pact he made at the start of his entrepreneurial career.

The 82-year-old British retail entrepreneur made a "deal" with God several decades ago — when he barely had enough capital to get his business ideas off the ground — to share half his fortune with the Almighty in return for some divine help with his finances.

Five decades later, nearly all of his fortune is going into a trust, from which half of all the funds will be spent on projects connected to the Roman Catholic Church. The other half will be given to whomever the trustees deem appropriate. Gubay, a lifelong Catholic, will reportedly keep $15 million to tide him over during his old age.

Gubay ranked No. 880 in the Forbes 2010 list of the world’s billionaires. He lives on the quiet British tax haven of the Isle of Man and has two children with his first wife.

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Gubay started building his fortune in the 1960s when he established the Kwik Save discount supermarket chain in the United Kingdom. He sold the business in 1973 for $28 million.

He then replicated the Kwik Save business model in New Zealand, Ireland and the United States, investing profits from those businesses in real estate in the United Kingdom. The move proved savvy: U.K property prices had been on a steep upward trajectory until about two years ago.

Gubay then moved into leisure. In 1995, while recovering from a bad back, he established the Total Fitness gym chain. Less than 10 years later, Gubay sold the chain to the British venture capital firm L&G for $154 million.

"I’m not one of these people that takes everything out and puts nothing in," the frugal and media-shy Gubay said in a television interview with the BBC in 1988. At that time he had put money toward building a new church for the Isle of Man’s Catholic community.

John Nugent, the chairman of the new Albert Gubay Foundation, said that Gubay was trying to maximize his company’s asset base. "He is confident he can push the worth to $1.5 billion before he dies," Nugent told The Sunday Times.

Charitable giving by the wealthy

Charitable giving by wealthy

Buffett, the world’s third-richest man, pledged in 2006 to give away 85% of his money, mostly to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Gates himself has given about $28 billion of his wealth to charity. Scottish entrepreneur Thomas Hunter, who was featured on the Forbes billionaire list in 2008 but has since dropped off, pledged in 2007 to give $1.5 billion to charity.

This article was reported by Parmy Olson for


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March 9, 2010
Might be something of which you are not aware:
Norman Mattoon Thomas
11/20/1884 to 12/29/1968
A leading American Socialist, Pacifist & six-time Presidential candidate
for the SOCIALIST PARTY OF AMERICA, in 1944 said:
The AMERICAN people will NEVER knowingly adopt SOCIALISM. But, under the name of "LIBERALISM",

they will adopt every fragment of the SOCIALIST program, until one day AMERICA will be a SOCIALIST NATION

without knowing what happened.
He went on to say, "I will no longer need to run as a Presidential
So, there is your answer why the Democrats are hell-bent to cram this
AMERICA, are you going to let Mr. Norman Thomas be right???
Henderson , TX

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Medical Marijuana Inc

Medical Marijuana Inc Continues the National Educational Symposium Series in the San Diego Convention Center and Previews Its Star Cast of Speakers


March 22, 2010: 07:20 AM ET

Medical Marijuana Inc (PINKSHEETS: MJNA) is proud to announce the latest of its National Educational Symposium Series at the San Diego Convention Center on March 27, 2010. Featured prominent industry experts include Medical Marijuana Inc Chairman and CEO, Bruce Perlowin, longtime industry expert Don Wirkshafter, registered nurse and manager of THCF in Riverside, California, Lanny Swerdlow, and Americans For Safe Access’ Dan Ruderalis who will comment on recent events in San Diego and other areas. Attendees will have the opportunity to Interact with The Executive Officers of MJNA, who will be present and available for consultation.

Enjoy and educate yourself with a day of segmented Classes, Lectures and Consultations given by Legal Experts, Tax Advisers, Northern California Growers, Cooperative Founders, Medical Marijuana Physicians, Patient Testimonials and Caregivers. Classes on the History of Hemp, Cannabis, Marijuana around the World, the Political Climate and Not for Profit Structuring, Legal Compliance, Cannabis Cultivation & How to Quick Start Your Medical Marijuana Delivery Service.

A Private Screening of "How Weed Won The West" — directed by Kevin Booth the film maker who also produced "American Drug War" will be shown Saturday at 8:00 pm, followed by a SOCIAL NETWORKING EVENT Saturday night from 9:00 to 11:30 PM. To purchase your tickets online go to: Tweet us at:

Medical Marijuana Educational Seminars

Additionally we are teaching an entirely New Business Opportunity for Anyone wanting to get into the Medical Marijuana industry. An entrepreneurial opportunity that is faster to get up and running and earning income; and one that is safer than opening a collective dispensary or grow operation with all the shifting laws and unsure and unstable battling political environments.

These kinds of seminars are filled with people wanting to learn how to enter the Medical Marijuana Business. Therefore, we will be presenting our ground breaking new Medical Marijuana Inc Educational Center Business Opportunity where the licensed Center owner receives a percentage of all tickets, products & services offered through them by licensor MJNA.

Recent events in the political climate in Las Vegas have made it challenging to hold a proper educational seminar there. For the time being, until Las Vegas takes a more positive stance in this area, and we have by ended our agreement with our current partner there, with plans to hold off the seminar for now.


Medical marijuana has developed a suite of solutions to deliver an efficient and secure infrastructure for the Medical Marijuana Industry that provides the tools to industry operators to effectively manage their businesses with the confidence that they are in full compliance.

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The Stored Value Platform System provides verifiable solutions to manage the difficult task of revenue and taxation collection. The provisional patent pending Stored Value Platform System is further described at:

Scientific Research and Development

MJNA acquired 20 acres of land in the mountains of Southern California in order to develop a research facility targeting medical cannabis strains specific to a wide range of medical conditions. By diligently developing the most efficacious strains and matching those strains to ailments, such as glaucoma, MJNA is poised as the industry leader in medical cannabis genetic research.

Medical Products Division

Medical Marijuana Inc plans to explore the development of proprietary products into the pharmacological marketplace. The company plans to institute medically based research to eventually formulate medical products that will withstand the FDA approval process. Though this is a futuristic goal and the medical approval process is a lengthy one, various stages of progress on medicinal properties will be made public over time.

Other products that are perhaps less "medical" in nature will also be considered by the Division for public marketing. Progress reports will also be regularly made on the development of products that may foster health and wellness benefits. All products require certain studies be formally conducted in order to make claims of any benefit so derived and the Company’s Medical Products Division will be so charged with evaluation and study.

About Medical Marijuana, Inc.

Medical Marijuana Inc (PINKSHEETS: MJNA) the first US public company in the cannabis industry to have its shares traded in the US stock market, recognizes the vast and unequaled opportunities that exist in the rapidly expanding medical marijuana industry. The scientific recognition of marijuana as a powerful medicine, and as an effective, non-narcotic pain reliever, has brought Medical Marijuana use to the forefront of mainstream discussion thus opening the door for safe and lucrative investment opportunities while engaging in compassionate socio-economic models.


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What is an ” enemy belligerent?”

Enemy belligerent

Just when you think things can’t possibly get any worse, John McCain and Joseph Lieberman, two epic examples of self-propelled human garbage, have come up with this: “enemy belligerents.”
What is an ” enemy belligerent?”
No one knows. There is no such term in legal language, but here’s what can happen to you if you are declared one:
1. arrest without charge
2. arrest without a crime having been committed
3. indefinite detention without legal rights
4. “interrogation” (which in the US now means torture.)
How do you get declared an “enemy belligerent?”
The president declares that you are one. That’s it.
Did you know that the vast majority of people arrested, detained indefinitely, and tortured by the US in Guantanamo were random people picked up to fill arrest quotas?
By the way, McCain and Lieberman say they cooked this up in response to the “underwear bomber.”


Canadian Politicians Present Thousands of Signatures In Support of Marc Emery | Cannabis Culture Magazine

Canadian Politicians Present Thousands of Signatures In Support of Marc Emery | Cannabis Culture Magazine



CANNABIS CULTURE – Members of Parliament from the Liberal, New Democratic, and Conservative Parties of Canada presented petitions today to the House of Commons with over 12,000 signatures asking the Minister of Justice to stop the extradition of marijuana activist Marc Emery.

In a show of cross-party MP support rarely seen in the House, Scott Reid (Conservative), Libby Davies (NDP), and Ujjal Dosanjh (Liberal) stood in succession and asked Conservative Minister of Justice Rob Nicholson to refuse to sign extradition orders sending Emery, a Vancouver entrepreneur and well-known activist, to the United States for a 5-year prison term.

Conservative MP Scott Reid: "I’m presenting a petition today, quite a large petition as you can see from the pile on the table beside me, regarding Marc Emery, the leader of the British Columbia Marijuana Party, who is facing deportation to the United States. The petitioners draw the attention of Parliament to a number of pertinent facts, I won’t go through all of them but I think some are relevant here. Marc Emery’s activities, the ones for which he is being extradited involve selling viable seeds, viable marijuana seeds, over the Internet. It’s worth noting that these activities were approved by Health Canada’s referral of medical marijuana patients to his seed bank. It is worth noting as well that courts in ruling on this subject, Canadian courts have ruled that a $200 fine is an appropriate punishment for this kind of activity as opposed to extradition to a country where he can face potentially life imprisonment. Finally it is worth noting that, under the Extradition Act, the petitioners point out, the Canadian Minister of Justice shall refuse to surrender a person when that surrender could involve unjust or undue or oppressive actions by the country to which he being extradited."

NDP MP Libby Davies: "I too have a very big stack of petitions to present, about 4000 petitions, along with other colleagues in the House who have received a similar number, and these are petitions from Canadians across the country who draw to our attention a matter of great urgency concerning the US call for extradition of Mr. Marc Emery as we’ve heard just earlier. Many dedicated individuals have collected approximately 12,000 petitions reflecting a strong belief that Mr. Emery or any Canadian should not face harsh punishment in the US for selling cannabis seeds on the Internet when it is not worthy of prosecution in Canada. The petitioners call on Parliament to make it clear to the Minister of Justice that such an extradition should be opposed. I am very pleased to present this; I think it is a very strong reflection of Canadians’ views on this matter and we hope that the Parliament of Canada will act on this, and certainly the Minister of Justice will take this into account."

Liberal MP Ujjal Dosanjh: "I join my previous two colleagues with respect to this petition regarding Marc Emery. I believe there is a certain degree of unfairness that is inherent in the process that has been used to deal with him, and these petitions urge the Minister, the Attorney General, to not surrender Marc Emery to the United States for extradition. While I come from British Columbia, a former attorney general and former Premier of British Columbia, I have certain sympathies with Mr. Emery, not because of what he did, but because I believe that the process that was used to arrest him and punish him wouldn’t have been done in the case of Canadian authorities wanting to arrest him and punish him, and I believe that because of that unfairness, the Minister of Justice is urged by the petitioner to take another look at it."


Tell the DEA to Lift the Veterans Affairs’ Ban on Medical Marijuana | Criminal Justice |


Tell the DEA to Lift the Veterans Affairs’ Ban on Medical Marijuana | Criminal Justice |





Touring the grounds of the Department of Veterans Affairs last October, Michelle Obama spoke with an air of reverence, saying that the nation’s veterans’ deserve "our unwavering support." It seems "so simple," she continued. "They deserve the care that they were promised, and they deserve the benefits that they earned."

That may be the case, but inside her husband’s administration, politics evidently trump the desire to provide U.S. veterans with the full spectrum of available care. The Drug Enforcement Agency is currently preventing the VA’s doctors from recommending medical marijuana to their patients — even in the 14 states where medical marijuana is legal. Any doctor who feels duty-bound to communicate the drugs’ benefits to former soldiers risks civil and criminal penalties, as well as a lost license.

Among all of the uses for medical marijuana — relief from nausea for people with cancer and HIV/AIDS and severe pain — its benefits for victims of post-traumatic stress disorder are among the best-studied and documented out there. The need, too, is overwhelming: According to 2008 figures, some 20% of soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan suffer the disorder, yet less than 10% of veterans with PTSD ever receive full treatment. Meanwhile as Marjorie Childress writes, veteran suicides have "skyrocketed;" since 2001, more veterans have committed suicide than have died in the combined combat zones of Iraq and Afghanistan.

For veterans like Charlie, who was deployed in Afghanistan before being discharged in 2006 — and suffers from PTSD, as well as traumatic brain and back injuries and gastrointestinal problems — nothing has helped his pain so much as marijuana. While the VA had tried giving him six different antidepressants, lorazepam for his anxiety, two sleeping aids, a trio of medicines for stomach problems and Topomax and amyltriptomine for his migraines, it was marijuana, he says, that ultimately brought him relief. Unlike other medications, it didn’t reduce him to a "zombie," it didn’t make him feel constantly jittery or drunk, and it didn’t cause him to throw up.

Not surprisingly, in New Mexico — where medical marijuana is legal — the largest group of patients enrolled in the program are veterans. But for the many veterans who rely exclusively on the VA for their healthcare, the program remains off-limits.

Tell President Obama and Eric K. Shinseki, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, to stop allowing the DEA to discourage former soldiers from receiving full treatment for combat injuries and post-traumatic stress disorder. Last week, over 9,000 members helped change CBS’s mind on a marijuana legalization ad. Let’s see if we can rally the same force here for U.S. veterans.

As Martin H. Chilcutt, veteran and founder of Veterans for Medical Marijuana Access, puts it, "Why would any level of government want to deny veterans the same opportunities as everyone else?"


President Obama’s Deputy Drug Czar Tom McClellan Comments in USA TODAY Article; Endorses Non-Smoked Medical Marijuana Delivery Systems Identical to the First Product Cannabis Science is Developin




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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 10, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cannabis Science, Inc. (OTCBB: CBIS), a pioneering US pharmaceutical cannabis company, notes that comments by President Obama’s Deputy Director of the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, Tom McClellan, in yesterday’s USA TODAY pinpoints the need for non-smoked medical cannabis products similar to those currently being developed for FDA clinical trials by Cannabis Science.
Deputy Director McClellan said in the article that Obama administration still opposes smoking marijuana for its medicinal benefit. As well, he says more research is needed to deliver the medically useful ingredients in a non-smoked form. He then went on to say, "We have the safest medications in the world and it’s not a coincidence. We have an enviable process by which we approve medications, and that’s through the FDA (Food and Drug Administration)."
Dr. Robert Melamede, President and CEO of Cannabis Science, "With an open invitation like this from the Obama Administration, we at Cannabis Science feel more confident than ever that our efforts to provide our "wounded warriors" with an alternative to treatments that are not working will be fairly examined, when we submit our non-smoked cannabis pharmaceutical products to the FDA for clinical trials. We are doing precisely the sort of scientific research that Deputy Director McClellan is calling for."
Richard Cowan, Cannabis Science CFO and a former CEO of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML), noted, "It is important that the Obama Administration is making such an open call that they want more FDA clinical trial research on the same types of drugs we are creating. Consequently, we will rapidly proceed with our development of a cannabis-based medicine for PTSD for FDA clinical trials. We hope they will share our sense of urgency, because PTSD is killing not only our veterans, but also our active duty troops. In January alone, more of our active US military troops died of suicide than were killed in Iraq and Afghanistan wars combined."
Both Dr. Melamede and Richard Cowan, are long-term advocates of the full legalization of marijuana, and support the rights of patients to use the plant to medicate, including smoking. The article reported that support for full legalization is growing rapidly (now up to 44% nationally and a majority in some states).
To view the USA Today article in its entirety, please visit to review.
About Cannabis Science, Inc.
Cannabis Science, Inc. is at the forefront of medical marijuana research and development. 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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Legislation to Reduce Voter Disenfranchisement Signed into Law

Legislation to Reduce Voter Disenfranchisement Signed into Law
Date : Thursday, March 11, 2010
Issued By : Secretary of State
Summary : Throughout the country, many states have difficulty with "split election precincts" where the precinct boundary line crosses another boundary line. In Kentucky, this is typically seen in districts relating to cities and to school boards. In some instances, voters at these "split precincts" are given the wrong ballot. Governor Steve Beshear signed legislation, today, that will try to minimize this occurrence by providing for stronger data sharing between cities or school boards and county clerks. Senate Bill 35, sponsored by Senator Alice Forgy Kerr (R-Lexington), passed the legislature with overwhelming support earlier this month.


MegaVote: KY 3rd, 3/8/2010]

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March 8, 2010

In this MegaVote for Kentucky’s 3rd Congressional District:

Recent Congressional Votes

  • Senate: Temporary Extension Act of 2010
  • House: Preventing Harmful Restraint and Seclusion in Schools Act
  • House: Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act

Upcoming Congressional Bills

  • Senate: Tax Extenders Act of 2009
  • Senate: Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act
  • House: Afghanistan War Powers Resolution
  • House: Impeaching Judge G. Thomas Porteous, Jr. for high crimes and misdemeanors

Recent Senate Votes
Temporary Extension Act of 2010 – Vote Passed (78-19, 3 Not Voting)

The Senate passed this bill that provides short-term extensions of a number of programs that expired February 28, including unemployment benefits and federal health care subsidies for jobless workers. The bill was quickly signed by the President.

Sen. Mitch McConnell voted NO……send e-mail or see bio
Sen. Jim Bunning voted NO……send e-mail or see bio

Recent House Votes
Preventing Harmful Restraint and Seclusion in Schools Act – Vote Passed (262-153, 16 Not Voting)

The House passed this legislation that would establish the first federal safety standards on seclusion and restraint in schools, allowing for restraints in cases when there is immediate danger to the student or others. The bill now heads to the Senate.

Rep. John Yarmuth voted YES……send e-mail or see bio

Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act – Vote Passed (217-201, 14 Not Voting)

The House approved this bill that would provide $13 billion in payroll tax relief over 10 years for employers who hire unemployed workers and extend through 2010 a law that allows small businesses to deduct up to $250,000 in qualified expenses. The bill goes to the Senate.

Rep. John Yarmuth voted YES……send e-mail or see bio

Upcoming Votes
Tax Extenders Act of 2009 – H.R.4213

The Senate is expected to continue work on this legislation to extend expired tax provisions as well as other programs, including unemployment insurance, flood insurance and COBRA health care subsidies.

Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act – H.R.2847

The Senate may also vote on this job creation bill, which would provide tax relief to businesses hiring unemployed workers.

Afghanistan War Powers Resolution – H.Con.Res.248

The House is scheduled to take up this resolution that would set a timeline for withdrawing American troops from Afghanistan.

Impeaching Judge G. Thomas Porteous, Jr. for high crimes and misdemeanors – H.Res.1031

The House is also expected to vote on the impeachment of Judge G. Thomas Porteous, Jr.

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Lexington Herald Leader Article



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Louisville, Kentucky





Date: Mon, 8 Mar 2010 09:33:41 -0500
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