I’ve mentioned it before and I’ll say it again. Legalizing marijuana is not about giving in to drug addicted people. Its about a change of mind about freedom and what it means to be free, vs what it means to have those right stripped away from us all. Take for example the video below. This could be anyone of us. If an officer thinks they smell marijuana or whatever it may be, then do they have the right to strip search, perform body cavity searches or otherwise molest you? Its out of hand I think. Texas should follow suit like Colorado and stop worrying about recreational use of marijuana. Are there not bigger fish to fry? In the video below Texas Police officer / deputy perform a body cavity search on tow women after pulling them over for cigarettes being thrown out the window.

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Thomas Sowell – I’m a fan

by DC on November 5, 2012

I’ve recently discovered Thomas Sowell while looking for opinions about presidential candidate options. Most of his views that I have heard so far I am in agreement with. This is a worthy share:

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Video Games Should be Illegal

October 19, 2012

Thats what some seem to think.   I watched a Dr Phil show where there definitely seem to be some problems with many in dealing with games.   Come to think of it.  I also fit into the group of those that spent way too much time playing games.  I think back in 1996 – [...]

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Legalize Weed – What about drugs in general?

May 24, 2012

Its not a new concept that legalizing marijuana could have innumerable benefits. But what about legalizing drugs in general? I know that sounds insane,  crazy, ridiculous, etc.  Who in their right mind would want their friends, children, etc to have access to these things?  However.  It seems that by drugs being illegal the effect has [...]

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Freedom of Speech Issues?

April 9, 2012

This one may be one to watch.  It appears officials have,  blocked access to the Oaksterdam University  - Cannabis College.   There seems to be an increased amount of pressure on medical marijuana dispensaries.  On a good note, The University head Richard Lee does not appear to have been arrested.   Here is another great reason to end marijuana prohibition,  freedom of speech [...]

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So What Happened to HR 2306?

March 29, 2012

I was looking around for more information to what to H.R.2306.   HR 2306 is basically a proposition to end the Prohibition of Marijuana. Support it!   It appears the latest news according to the Library of Congress: Latest Major Action: 8/25/2011 Referred to House subcommittee. Status: Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and [...]

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Pledge to Support President for legalizing Marijuana

March 21, 2012

I just pledged to support Ron Paul in his pursuit on the presidential nomination.   If you support legalizing marijuana then you need to spread the word.   Post it on Facebook, Twitter and anywhere else you would like to comment.   Ron Paul is for freedom in general, but has also proposed legislation to support [...]

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Best Presidential Candidate-2012

March 6, 2012

So who is the best preseidential candidate? Simple, Ron Paul.    This fellow stands behind the consitution of the United States, so it makes things easy for him.  It seems so many other wahoos try to get creative and reinvent the wheel.    Sometimes I think there are too many laws governing  what should be [...]

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Legalize Freedom

January 15, 2012

I just posted on another blog in response to Ron Paul being inconsistent: —– I guess none are completely consistent. But I think that Ron Paul would actually make things happen in regards to freedom. He seems to stand by his principles. I thought Obama might be the person to help enhance freedoms, but instead [...]

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Republican For Marijuana

January 13, 2012

So who is the republican candidate that would most likely support the legalization of marijuana, and therefore freedom? as I mentioned before. Its Ron Paul. Really he is a libertarian. One who stands for adhering to the Constitution of the United States. Sure he isnt perfect or the best looking, but is that what we [...]

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