Wednesday, August 17, 2016

AUG 13, 2016 @ 08:42 AM
DEA’s Hypocritical Marijuana Decision Ignores The Evidence
Emily Willingham,   CONTRIBUTOR

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Relying on the fear tactics and uninformed attitudes of a century ago, the DEA—reportedly leaning heavily on the FDA’s conclusions about cannabis—has rejected a 5-year-old petition to reclassify the drug from Schedule I, which lists drugs like heroin, to Schedule II, which includes oxycodone.

Whether or not the decision helps or harms patients in the long run remains unclear, but it certainly reflects a dangerous and hypocritical throwback attitude about cannabis that will only add to distrust of governmental oversight agencies, making their decisions look like political or moral judgments rather than being evidence based.

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The “(pseudo) War on (some) Drugs” is basically dishonest.

Intellectually, legally, and morally.

How can anyone say that Marijuana has no medicinal value?

How can they ban (some) “drugs” when they had to pass Constitutional Amendment to ban and urban alcohol?

How can they deny people the freedom to put whatever they want into their own bodies?


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GOVEROTRAGEOUS: The 28 pages indict Saudia Arabia

Monday, August 1, 2016

Ep. 702 The Media Says There’s Nothing to See in the 28 Pages; Here’s What They’re Not Telling You
26th July 2016
Tom Woods

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The infamous 28 pages from a joint congressional intelligence inquiry regarding 9/11 were finally declassified, and the media told us there was nothing to see in them. Not true. Award-winning reporter Larisa Alexandrovna joins me for the real story.

About the GuestLarisa Alexandrovna is a journalist, essayist, and poet. She contributes pieces to many online publications including

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Why is Saudi Arabia a US “ally”?

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This exposure of the details on 9/11 certainly cast a troubling light on the Bush Family, Bandar “Bush”, and Saudi Arabia Gooferment.

Why attack Iraq and not Saudi Arabi?


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GOVEROTRAGEOUS: The “(pseudo) War on (some) Drugs” is not legitimate

Sunday, July 31, 2016

Beware of the $2 Drug Test that Could Cost You Everything
By Laurence M. Vance
July 26, 2016

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Since it is neither constitutional nor a legitimate purpose of the U.S. government to prohibit, regulate, restrict, license, limit, or otherwise control what any adult American wants to smoke, snort, sniff, inject, or swallow, it follows, as the night the day, that there should be no laws whatsoever concerning the buying, selling, possessing, using, or processing of cocaine in any form for any reason—or any other any drug for that matter.

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Why did we need a Constitutional Amendment to prohibit alcohol, but not to prohibit “drugs”?

It’s a simple question.


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GOVEROTRAGEOUS: The FBI Declared Mass Killer Mateen “NOT” a Terrorist

Wednesday, July 27, 2016


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The FBI Declared Mass Killer Mateen “NOT” a Terrorist

This week we released previously undisclosed documents from the St. Lucie, Florida, Sheriff’s Department revealing that the FBI informed the sheriff’s office in late 2013 that Omar Mateen, who killed 49 people in a nightclub in Orlando, was “NOT” a terrorist and was no threat to “go postal.”  [Emphasis in original]  Remember this the next time you hear the media or a DC politician heap praise on the supposed expertise of the FBI.

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Guess they were wrong about about that!

What other mistakes have they made?


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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Top 10 Little-Known Facts About Alcohol
ADAM R. RAMOS JULY 15, 2016 

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The drinking age in the United States has varied between 18 to its current state of 21. Such an age would be absurd in 10 percent of the world, given that a total of 19 countries have no minimum drinking age at all, such as Sierra Leone and Cambodia. Fortunately, Antigua, Barbuda, and the Central African Republic are a little stricter when it comes to alcohol consumption—their minimum drinking ages are between 10 and 15 years old.

However, no laws are more stringent than the 16 countries where alcohol is illegal to consume at any age, such as Afghanistan, Somalia, and Pakistan. Iran, whose ban on alcohol was instituted after the 1979 revolution, displayed just how serious a criminal offence drinking was in 2012, when two men were sentenced to death for drinking alcohol. The men had two prior convictions for which they each received 80 lashes.

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I remember a time in my youth when in Nevada there was no speed limits, no drinking age, and prostitution was legal. The Mob ran the state and it was all very nice and peaceful.

Then, at the time, the drinking age in Pepuls Republik of Nu Jerk was 18. But I had my first beer at 14 in bar with my Dad. I drank there frequently and was never “carded” (i.e., asked for proof of age) until my 18th birthday. After that, the price of beer was half what it was when I was under age. (Guess that was the bar’s ‘risk premium’?)

SO why to we need the Gooferment telling us what we can do or put into our bodies. Are we their “human cattle”?


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GOVEROTRAGEOUS: The depths of the HRC cover up

Thursday, July 14, 2016


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The New York Post first reported that the “Case Briefing Acknowledgement” was signed by the Clinton email agents, citing anonymous sources, but the Grassley letter is believed to be the first public acknowledgement by the FBI, and includes a sample copy of the non-disclosure agreement.

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Can’t have any of those “messy details” leak out about another Clinton cover up!


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GOVEROTRAGEOUS: Why do we stand for this?

Friday, July 8, 2016


The Department of Political Justice
By Andrew P. Napolitano
July 7, 2016

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Comey has argued that somehow there is such a legal chasm between extreme carelessness and gross negligence that the feds cannot bridge it. That is not an argument for him to make. That is for a jury to decide after a judge instructs the jury about what Comey fails to understand: There is not a dime’s worth of difference between these two standards. Extreme carelessness is gross negligence.

Unless, of course, one is willing to pervert the rule of law yet again to insulate a Clinton yet again from the law enforcement machinery that everyone else who fails to secure state secrets should expect.

Why do we stand for this?

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We have long known that there was one set of rules for the rich and rest of us.

This just proves it.

I’m so frustrated with this I can’t even think how I can “not stand for it”!

What does the Judge propose?

All I can think of is “Anybody but Hillary”.

Hence, I’ll support choice.

The American system only allows two “parties” — effectively.

We saw Bill Clinton get elected when Ross Perot — a Democrat in Republican Conservative garb — split the vote.

So, unfortunately, I’ll support and vote for Trump — the prettiest horse in the glue factory coral. 

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