Jeff Sessions Could Reverse Years Of Progress On Marijuana Policy

Matt Ferner National Reporter, The Huffington Post Drug reform advocates have a few concerns about President-elect Donald Trump’s attorney general nomination. 11/18/2016 07:04 pm ET In 1986, when Sessions had been nominated to be a federal judge, a former assistant U.S. attorney accused him of saying that he thought the Ku Klux Klan was acceptable until he found out members smoked marijuana. Sessions allegedly made the statement in connection with the prosecution of a Klan member who had hanged a black man. “Jeff Sessions should scare every regulator, government official,…

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Roger Christie

Roger Christie (born June 15, 1949) is an ordained minister in the Religion of Jesus Church, which regards marijuana as a “sacramental herb.” [3] In 2000, he founded the THC Ministry, which offered cannabis as a part of its services. On July 8, 2010, Christie and 13 other individuals associated with the THC Ministry were indicted by a Federal grand jury in Honolulu on Marijuana possession and trafficking charges.[2] On Sept. 27, 2013, Christie pleaded guilty to marijuana trafficking and two counts of failing to file income tax returns.[4] On…

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Giving Thanks

Lets get back to our actual ROOTs, shall we peace mongers! “To reduce conflict, they came together in an association known today as the Iroquois League, which in their language was known as the League of Peace and Power…” Prince Tune from PETA: http://www.peta.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/prince_animal_kingdom.mp3 Pillage Day aka Thanksgiving day in America,  is celebrated in some so called civilized places, marking the invasion of North America by slave traders, as if it were a happy event. Slavery still exists in many forms. Let’s abolish it. Genocide & The Thanksgiving Myth | LadyBud.com

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Lawmakers: Don’t fight legalized pot | TheHill

By Lydia Wheeler – 11/13/14 02:26 PM EST “The fundamental principles are individual liberties, which Republicans have always talked about; limited government, which Republicans have always talked about; doctor-patient relationships, which of course we’ve been stressing a lot about lately; and of course, states’ rights and the 10th Amendment,” he said. via Lawmakers: Don’t fight legalized pot | TheHill. HFN editor’s note: some Herb Folks like the plant because it relaxes them, with few or no side effects. Others dig it ’cause its “natural”, straight from the creator, versus alcohol products, and pills…

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