‘Prince of Pot’ pleads guilty to federal charge

By Emanuella Grinberg, CNN May 25, 2010 10:15 a.m. EDT STORY HIGHLIGHTS NEW: Canadian marijuana activist Marc Emery pleads guilty to U.S. charge Under terms of a plea deal, he faces up to five years in a U.S. prison Co-defendants were sentenced to probation in Canada Emery says he'll go to prison to prove a … Continue reading ‘Prince of Pot’ pleads guilty to federal charge

Black Mountain area designated as endangered, historic

By Bill Estep - bestep@herald-leader.com Historic preservation has crept into the controversy over mountaintop mining in Eastern Kentucky. The National Trust for Historic Preservation included Black Mountain, in Harlan County, on its annual list of the most endangered historic places in the U.S. and territories. The trust released the list this week, designating 10 places … Continue reading Black Mountain area designated as endangered, historic

Paul causes campaign’s first stir with Civil Rights answer

Paul causes campaign’s first stir with Civil Rights answer Only two days old, the general election campaign for the open U.S. Senate seat already has become a breeding ground for controversy that has gotten the White House’s attention. Rand Paul (R) and Atty. Gen. Jack Conway (D) Republican candidate Rand Paul spent all day Thursday … Continue reading Paul causes campaign’s first stir with Civil Rights answer

FIGHTING FOR G.O.D.

http://www.fightingforgod.com/ Fighting for G.O.D. (Gold, Oil, and Drugs) a graphic novel revelation about 9/11 and the global elite Telling a story that our mainstream media rarely come near, this illustrated volume gives us an understanding of 9/11 as a cynical ploy by global elites to maintain their control.  With a review of history from medieval … Continue reading FIGHTING FOR G.O.D.

Kevin Costner Helps Fight Oil Spill

NEW ORLEANS -- Actor Kevin Costner was in New Orleans on Thursday with a machine that extracts oil from water, New Orleans TV station WDSU reported. He said he's ready to go to work to help clean up the Gulf oil spill. The world-famous actor and environmental activist said he's not here to talk the … Continue reading Kevin Costner Helps Fight Oil Spill

Hemp fans look toward Lyster Dewey’s past, and the Pentagon, for higher ground

By Manuel Roig-Franzia Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, May 13, 2010 Hemp needed a hero. Needed one bad. The gangly plant -- once a favorite of military ropemakers -- couldn't catch a break. Even as legalized medical marijuana has become more and more commonplace, the industrial hemp plant -- with its minuscule levels of the chemical … Continue reading Hemp fans look toward Lyster Dewey’s past, and the Pentagon, for higher ground

In Kentucky’s Senate race, ties to Mitch McConnell could be helpful or harmful

By Amy Gardner Washington Post Staff Writer Thursday, May 13, 2010     MONTICELLO, KY. -- When Senate candidate Rand Paul told a lunchtime crowd at Shearer's Buffet that "we have to do things differently" in Washington and "bring 'em home and send some different Republicans," it wasn't hard to make the jump from this … Continue reading In Kentucky’s Senate race, ties to Mitch McConnell could be helpful or harmful

Once upon a time, Americans felt secure

    Once upon a time, Americans felt secure By Bob Greene, CNN Contributor May 9, 2010 7:22 a.m. EDT STORY HIGHLIGHTS Bob Greene: Not so long ago, ID checks and security cameras were unheard of Greene: Airports, high-rises, government buildings were open to all, Greene says All this security, he says, would have been … Continue reading Once upon a time, Americans felt secure

Ashton Lundeby Update

Posted by William Grigg on May 7, 2009 02:08 PM   It appears that, contrary to what I reported two days ago, Ashton Lundeby is not being held under the USA PATRIOT act. Earlier today, a memo marked “Not for distribution outside law enforcement” was circulated among officials in Indiana — where Ashton is being … Continue reading Ashton Lundeby Update