Obama Punishes Medical Marijuana Patients in Many Ways Besides Arrest

By: Thursday August 22, 2013 9:28 am

Despite overwhelming support from the general public, significant backing from medical doctors, and even several prominent Republicans publicly acknowledging cannabis has a legitimate medical use, the Obama administration officially insists it does not. The administration’s traditional dodge when asked to explain this unpopular and scientifically unjustifiable position is to act as if it is a [...]

Why Obama Should Endorse Industrial Hemp Now

By: Tuesday April 9, 2013 9:53 am

Now that Kentucky has become the latest state to embrace industrial hemp, President Obama should seize the moment to endorse the concept. It would be a bipartisan move to improve the country. The federal government continued opposition to allowing American farmers to grow industrial hemp is an illogical and outdated relic from our insane drug [...]

In Colorado Marijuana Legalization Got More Votes than Obama

By: Thursday November 8, 2012 10:17 am

Among Colorado voters marijuana legalization is more popular than President Obama or Mitt Romney. This Tuesday the voters in the state approved Amendment 64, which legalizes marijuana under state law, by a remarkably large margin. With most of the vote now counted, Amendment 64 was approved 54.92 percent yes to 45.08 percent no. As it [...]

Despite Terrible Record on Medical Marijuana, Obama Cynically Tries to Appeal to Pot Smokers

By: Tuesday September 4, 2012 10:44 am

President Obama needs young people to turn out to vote for him if he is going to win this November. He also must know by now, since it dominated every online forum geared to younger voters, that one issue young people really care about is reforming our destructive marijuana laws. Yet instead of actually using [...]

During Reddit AMA Obama Again Ignores Regular Americans’ Questions About Drug Policy

By: Thursday August 30, 2012 10:13 am

Yesterday President Obama took part in a Reddit “ask me anything” but it would be better to describe it as an ask me anything, expect about drug policy. Every time President Obama has tried to engage in a question and answer session directly with regular Americans via the Internet the questions are dominated by issues [...]


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