The DEA has filed notice of intent to add Kratom to schedule 1

  Various forms of kratom and teas made from the plant’s leaves are sold in cafes and on the internet. Their primary effect is to provide a short-lived peaceful and calm feeling that is described as pleasant. Consistent with this effect being opioid-like, anecdotal reports indicate that some users have used kratom to successfully recover … Continue reading The DEA has filed notice of intent to add Kratom to schedule 1

THE BALLAD OF “JOHN BOONE”

    The Ballad Of "John Boone" *This is a copy of a post that I put on the old site, when it existed.  This was the link.   I have added additional links at the bottom of articles about Johnny Boone. Posted by Smkrider Saturday, 04 October 2008 01:07 10/3/2008 8:00:18 PM THE BALLAD OF … Continue reading THE BALLAD OF “JOHN BOONE”

“Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to purposes and principles of the United Nations.” HOW THE UNITED NATIONS IS STEALING OUR “UNALIENABLE RIGHTS” TO GROW FOOD AND MEDICINE THROUGH THE U.N. CONVENTION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND AGENDA 21.

10/25/2015 Sheree Krider Because of the nature of the Beasts which we are dealing with in regards to the “War on Drugs” in general, but additionally because the Beasts are taking control of plants, food, medications and plant medicines worldwide at will, I feel it is imperative that we confront this issue now. WHILE READING … Continue reading “Rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to purposes and principles of the United Nations.” HOW THE UNITED NATIONS IS STEALING OUR “UNALIENABLE RIGHTS” TO GROW FOOD AND MEDICINE THROUGH THE U.N. CONVENTION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS AND AGENDA 21.

Schapelle Corby: Time to let go of our obsession

Michael Bachelard Indonesia correspondent for Fairfax Media CORBY: THE FACTS   Another nuance of activity occurred in Bali on Tuesday, as the parole process for Schapelle Corby inched forward once again. Representatives of an agency of the Indonesian Justice Department visited the house where she would be required to live if she were let out … Continue reading Schapelle Corby: Time to let go of our obsession

I Went From Selling Drugs to Studying Them — And Found That Most of What We Assume About Drugs Is Wrong

A scientist with a rough past explains how he used his life experiences to blow the lid off modern drug research. June 19, 2013 |   This is the prologue to Columbia University researcher Dr. Carl Hart's explosive new book, " High Price: A Neuroscientist's Journal of Self-Discovery That Challenges Everything You Know About Drugs and … Continue reading I Went From Selling Drugs to Studying Them — And Found That Most of What We Assume About Drugs Is Wrong

Patrick Kennedy On Marijuana: Former Rep. Leads Campaign Against Legal Pot

Reuters  |  Posted: 01/05/2013 2:11 pm EST By Alex Dobuzinskis   Jan 5 (Reuters) - Retired Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy is taking aim at what he sees as knee-jerk support for marijuana legalization among his fellow liberals, in a project that carries special meaning for the self-confessed former Oxycontin addict. Kennedy, 45, a Democrat … Continue reading Patrick Kennedy On Marijuana: Former Rep. Leads Campaign Against Legal Pot

Right now, five adults await death in prison for non-violent, marijuana-related crimes. Their names are John Knock, Paul Free, Larry Duke, William Dekle, and Charles “Fred” Cundiff.

Marijuana Crimes: Five Senior Citizens Serving Life Without Parole For Pot AlterNet  |  By Kristen Gwynne Posted: 12/26/2012 11:16 am EST Should five non-violent offenders die behind bars for a crime Americans increasingly believe should not even be a crime? December 23, 2012  |   Photo Credit: Farsh/ Shutterstock.com Right now, five adults await death in … Continue reading Right now, five adults await death in prison for non-violent, marijuana-related crimes. Their names are John Knock, Paul Free, Larry Duke, William Dekle, and Charles “Fred” Cundiff.

Why Are We Testing Newborns for Pot?

      The science is alarmingly inconclusive, but the punishment for mothers is severe. November 23, 2012  |   Employees at US hospitals are testing more and more newborns for cannabis exposure. And, with alarming frequency, they are getting the wrong results. So say a pair of recent studies documenting the unreliability of infant drug … Continue reading Why Are We Testing Newborns for Pot?

Mexico Marijuana Legalization Bill Introduced By Lawmaker

Reuters  |  Posted: 11/15/2012 In this Oct. 25, 2012 photo, soldiers stand in a marijuana plantation found during a reconnaissance mission before burning the plants near the town of Lombardia in Michoacan state, Mexico. (AP Photo/Alexandre Meneghini)   By Noe Torres MEXICO CITY, Nov 15 (Reuters) - A leftist Mexican lawmaker on Thursday presented a … Continue reading Mexico Marijuana Legalization Bill Introduced By Lawmaker

The White House: Release and pardon Marc Emery

    Christopher Seekins Granby, CT Some stand for freedom, others oppose it. Each brings us in a different direction. For those of us who enjoy our freedom we thank people like Marc who has a global vision of standards. The United states constitution was founded on common law jurisdiction. This is essentially a contract … Continue reading The White House: Release and pardon Marc Emery

OIG releases an audit of DEA adoptive seizure process and equitable sharing requests. On September 27, 2012, in Drug War, federal, states, by Scott Alexander Meiner

    The Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) released an audit of Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) adoptive seizure process and equitable sharing requests. A couple of quick notes: 1.) Of instances involving federal adoption of assets seized, 65% of reported samples [41 of the 63 examined samples] required DEA headquarter approval to … Continue reading OIG releases an audit of DEA adoptive seizure process and equitable sharing requests. On September 27, 2012, in Drug War, federal, states, by Scott Alexander Meiner

Collective endurance: A decade later, lasting impacts from famed WAMM marijuana bust near Davenport

    By JASON HOPPIN - Santa Cruz Sentinel DAVENPORT - On Sept. 5, 2002, the country was debating whether to invade Iraq to rid the country of weapons of mass destruction, just as it was bracing for the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Stocks were still down, but the Oakland A's had … Continue reading Collective endurance: A decade later, lasting impacts from famed WAMM marijuana bust near Davenport

UPDATE ON SHAPELLE CORBY

    The latest news is below: SCHAPELLE'S BIRTHDAY Schapelle’s 35th birthday was on Tuesday. Below is the message posted on Facebook to ‘celebrate’ this: TODAY (10th July) is Schapelle's Birthday. She is 27 again. She is 27 every year, because that is when the corrupt and the criminal in office stopped her life, and … Continue reading UPDATE ON SHAPELLE CORBY

Recreational marijuana smoking unimportant, should remain illegal

    By DANIELLE CARPENTER Published April 29, 2012 at 11:45pm Pushing for the legalization of recreational marijuana is a waste of time. The Tucson Chapter of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws held its annual protest on April 20. About 50 protesters made their way to Cheba Hut for the seventh … Continue reading Recreational marijuana smoking unimportant, should remain illegal

Schapelle Corby

A few weeks ago, The Expendable Project received information which showed that the AFP had information which corroborated the story of a man who had been ridiculed by the media in 2005, when he confessed that the drugs in Schapelle’s bag were meant to be collected in Sydney by him. They suppressed this corroborative evidence, … Continue reading Schapelle Corby

Absolute Asinine Laws

Life in Prison for Hemp José Peña brought some roadside weeds home from Kansas. Cops decided it was reefer, and a Texas court sentenced him to life in prison – without the evidence. It took a decade for Peña to get back some of the pieces of his life. By Jordan Smith, Fri., March 16, … Continue reading Absolute Asinine Laws

Absolute Asinine Laws

  Life in Prison for Hemp José Peña brought some roadside weeds home from Kansas. Cops decided it was reefer, and a Texas court sentenced him to life in prison – without the evidence. It took a decade for Peña to get back some of the pieces of his life. By Jordan Smith, Fri., March … Continue reading Absolute Asinine Laws

The Elkhorn Manifesto

    The Elkhorn Manifesto The following article was originally published on kentucky.usmjparty.com which is now an archived website at the following address: http://web.archive.org/web/20041208084352/kentucky.usmjparty.com/policy_elkhorn.htm The “Kentucky Marijuana Party” at that time was organized by Robert Paehlke.  According to the archived webpage his contact information is as follows: Robert Paehlke email: chuck420@insightbb.com phone: 859 835-4117 Robert … Continue reading The Elkhorn Manifesto