Mexico's marijuana revolution is on display steps from the nation's Senate, where for the last nine months activists have maintained a fragrant cannabis garden.
Why Arizona Should Vote YES on Prop 207 Recreational Marijuana with Attorney Marc J. Victor
There are other good reasons why the American legal weed industry remains regional and fractured. Cannabis is still illegal at the federal level, even though 33 states allow medical use and 11 allow recreational consumption. Any company hoping to e
n have signed onto a revolutionary letter to Congress urging the federal government to legalize marijuana and expunge all past convictions relating to marijuana. In addition to the three major groups signing on to the letter, dozens of current and fo
At the same time Democrats are trying to put a woman second in line for the Presidency who has a scorching record of jailing over 1,500 people for marijuana violations in barely 5 years as California DA, the U.S. House of Representatives appears to h
They came again this morning at about 8:00 o'clock. A large cargo-type helicopter flew low over the cabin, shaking it on its very foundations. It shook all of us inside, too. I feel frightened …
If you still have any doubts about the tyranny of the federal government's beloved "war on drugs," perhaps the case of Juan Carlos Seresi, Vahe Andonian, and Nazareth Andonian will remove them.
"They came again this morning at about 8:00 o'clock. A large cargo-type helicopter flew low over the cabin, shaking it on its very foundations. It shook all of us inside, too. I feel frightened … I see how helpless and tormented I am becoming w
Take out your list of movies to watch and place The Last Narc at the top of your list. It's now showing on Amazon Prime. Consisting of four one-hour segments, it will be the most fascinating drug-war documentary you will ever watch. And revealing a
How anyone can defend drug laws is beyond me. Consider the following: During the past 15 years or so of drug warfare in Mexico, there have been around 200,000 deaths resulting from drug war violence. 200,000 people, dead. Not because of drugs, but b
How anyone can defend drug laws is beyond me. Consider the following:
Mexico's war on drugs: Moment THREE cartels ambush the military who fight back in a hail of bullets
Mexico's top security official said Saturday that authorities are investigating a video showing dozens of combat-uniformed gunmen posing with military-grade weapons and armored pickup trucks, some painted with the initials of the Jalisco drug carte
The first indelible image of the war in Afghanistan for many Americans was probably that of CBS anchorman Dan Rather, wrapped in the voluminous drapery of a mujahedin fighter, looking like a healthy relative of Lawrence of Arabia (albeit with hair th
...marijuana no longer becomes a controlled substance, which ends a lot of legal jeopardy for those who exercise their Second Amendment rights while using marijuana.
To suggest that all cops and all judges are racial bigots would obviously be ridiculous. But it would be equally ridiculous to suggest that there are no racial bigots within law enforcement or even the judiciary.
Federal Court Rules Every Drug Dog In Entire State is Unreliable--Will Alert to Nothing Just to Please Master
If Americans want to diminish racial bigotry in police departments across the country, the best way to start is by legalizing drugs, all of them. That would bring an end to the legal opportunity that bigoted cops have in the enforcement of drug laws
Notwithstanding all the death, violence, and corruption the U.S. government's drug war has spawned in the United States, it has wreaked much more damage in Mexico. Since 2006, when Mexico began fiercely cracking down in the drug war at the behest o
Lebanon, the tiny Mediterranean country with hugely outsized debt, has become the first country in the Middle East to legalize the growing of cannabis in an unlikely precedent.
n December 2019, Donald Trump offered to intervene in Mexico, i.e. "to go after the Drug Cartels". The Mexican president turned down Trump's generous offer.
In 1991, Maui police officers showed up at the home of Frances and Joseph Lopes.
Both conservatives and leftists (also known as "liberals") have long lamented the flow of immigrants illegally entering the United States from Mexico or seeking refugee status within the United States.
Mexican soldiers killed 11 cartel gunmen in a shootout immediately south of the Texas border. Local intelligence reports obtained by Breitbart Texas reveal the soldiers faced a group of approximately 40 attackers.
When I was a kid growing up in Laredo,Texas, in the 1950s and 1960s, tourists from all over the country would come to Laredo to get a taste of "old Mexico."
Up to 70 percent of the black-market cannabis in California is cultivated on illegal sites, called trespass grows, that are located in national parks and other public lands, according to the Cannabis Removal on Public Lands (CROP) Project, a nonprofi
Hundreds wait in long lines as Illinois begins selling recreational marijuana legally and governor pardons more than 11,000 cannabis convictions
So, to every conservative argument for the federal government waging war on marijuana and marijuana users, I simply say, so what.
Among the fascinating aspects of America's decades-long drug war is how drug-war proponents never take individual responsibility for the adverse consequences of their program.
The failures of the nationalist Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) are starting to be realized in a huge way.