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EssaysGuest opinion

This is a tough world. It’s a competitive world. Do I want to be a worker bee always complaining about how unfair the world is? Or do I want to be the boss? by Brad Pickett I AM LUCKY IN many ways, but two ways in which I am most lucky are that I have an awesome father and that I can really discuss anything…
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News

DEEP INSIDE Northern California’s Shasta-Trinity National Forest, wildlife ecologist Mourad Gabriel is dressed in camouflage, waiting for the raid. He’s accompanied by more than a dozen armed officers with the U.S. Forest Service, local sheriff’s office, and other agencies on a hot August afternoon.…
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Classic Essays

THANKS TO Reefer Madness, the History of Marijuana in America (Bobbs-Merrill, 1979) by Larry Sloman, we have undeniable evidence as to who played a predominant influence in promoting marijuana as a recreational drug. According to Sloman, marijuana was first used by jazz musicians in Harlem, but…
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David SimsEssays

Intoxication of any kind is the opposite of what is needed in our cadres — but, like almost everything in modern America, marijuana prohibition was and is foul, dirty, deceptive, and corrupt. by David Sims I’VE COMMENTED much about a recent police-involved shooting in South Carolina…
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News

Mainstream media lionize “entrepreneur” who makes a fortune ruining lives JUST AFTER Uncle Ike’s Pot Shop opened in Seattle’s Central District, it boasted in an ad, “Our weed cures Ebola.” Knowing that merchants in the new industry weren’t allowed to make any medical claims about pot,…
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