And please, don't forget to help spread the word by sharing with your friends.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Unarmed Youth Shot by Cops During Pot-Raid

There were no known deaths related to marijuana use until it was made illegal.

Here is a link to the story:

Monday, March 16, 2009

TED Introduces New Technology

New technology will change our lives dramatically.  See this video for a demonstration and explanation of the new technology:

Children Alienated From Natural Fathers More Likely to Commit Suicide

I just ran across this article outlining staggering statistics relating to fatherless children:  This is a subject I could rant about for ever (see my page devoted to raising awareness on this growing problem).

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Montana Democrat Introduces Bill to Decriminalize Marijuana

Democratic Rep. Brady Wiseman, of Bozeman, Montana, has introduced a bill which would reduce the punishment for possession of less than thirty grams of marijuana to a fine of $50. Montana's current punishment for possession in that amount is a fine of $500 and up to six months of imprisonment.

Naturally, law enforcement groups are against the measure--they get a lot of funding from the federal government for arresting and prosecuting non-violent drug offenders.

Monday, March 9, 2009

FreetheGods applauds Joe Bolkcom, the Iowa Senator who has endorsed a medical marijuana initiative in Iowa. Check out this article.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Wild LSD Videos on You-Tube

This one was informative; some of them are very funny.

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Obama Keeps Promise to End DEA Raids on California Medical marijuana dispenseries

According to this articles in the LA Times, the DEA will (for the time being) discontinue its raids on California Medical Marijuana Dispensaries. It is about time, but as the article points out, our country still has much to do in regards to reform of its drug laws. Too long have we put our children in jail to fend for themselves with hardened criminals. How many rapists must be set free to make room for the tens of thousands of non-violent drug offenders who are serving years in our prisons for no more than the possession of a little grass?

Also, more good news for civil rights--the City of Palm Springs has just approved a plan for the opening of two medical marijuana centers. See the article here.