Under the Orwellian standards governing federal "civil asset forfeiture," Tebeau's property has already been found "guilty" of involvement in a crime. The agencies that seized it will be permitted to keep and divide it among themselves...
Cracking down on fake pot, the government began emergency action to outlaw 5 chemicals used in herbal blends to make synthetic marijuana. They're sold in drug paraphernalia shops and on the Internet to a burgeoning market of teens and young adults.
Why did California's ballot measure to tax and regulate cannabis fail? The taxes and regulations, of course.
When the state of Texas licensed him as a peyote distributor in 1990, Mauro Morales put a sign in his front yard with his name and phone number: "Peyote Dealer. Buy or Sell Peyote." His neighbors balked, saying calling so much attention to his tra
Alcohol is a more dangerous drug than both crack and heroin when the combined harms to the user and to others are assessed. Scientists rated alcohol the most harmful overall and almost three times as harmful as cocaine or tobacco.
The White House is opposed to California's Proposition 19 -- but really doesn't want to talk about it.
Rather understandably, the cops said "Chingao esto cago!!" (F**k this s**t)
Outright opponents to marijuana use were silent. (gleeful grin - Ed)
In November voters in Berkeley, CA, will vote on a measure which deals with medical marijuana cultivation sites licensing and taxation. Part of the measure approved for the ballot by the Berkeley City Council: Companies who run pot cultivation sites
Judge John Buttrick is a respected sitting Superior Court Judge in Arizona who calls "the war on drugs" "insane." [I am guessing Buttrick will be discussing the drug war---wild supposition.]
Legalizing marijuana in California could drop prices of the drug to nearly a tenth of current levels while its use could double, research group RAND Corporation reported. Voters in the most populous U.S. state will decide in a November referendum
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) recently introduced an amendment to a bill to require drug testing for those receiving welfare. Hatch claimed it will save money. Why not save some REAL money and start drug testing members of Congress, their staff and fede
The 76-year-old general denied taking payments from Colombian drug lords in the 1980s and told a Paris courtroom that cash deposits transferred to French banks came from his legitimate businesses and the CIA.
"What does Washington want from Mexico? On the security side, the U.S. seeks total control of Mexico's security apparatus. With the creation of NORTHCOM (Northern Command) designed to protect the U.S. landmass from terrorist attack, Mexico is design