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Saturday, November 27, 2010

Maine Medical Marijuana Dispensary Monopolies? THC Show, Part 1 with Donna Lambert

Maine Medical Marijuana Dispensary Monopolies? THC Show, Part 1 with Donna Lambert

THC, Two Hotheads on Cannabis, Saturdays, 4pm! Donna Lambert calls in from San Diego, California to talk about medical marijuana in California, MA, and Maine. And our 4:20 break.

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This Saturday, THC Show Covers Maine's Monopoly Medical Marijuana Dispensary Racket

Portugal's Drug Experience: New Study Confirms Decriminalization Was a Success

Portugal decriminalized possession of all drugs in 2001. The outcome, after nearly a decade, according to a study published in the November issue of the British Journal of Criminology: less teen drug use, fewer HIV infections, fewer AIDS cases and more drugs seized by law enforcement. Adult drug use rates did slightly increase — but this increase was not greater than that seen in nearby countries that did not change their drug policies. The use of drugs by injection declined.

Protesters gather in Boise, Idaho to publicly smoke marijuana

Protesters gather in Boise, Idaho to publicly smoke marijuana
by Jamie Grey
Idaho's NewsChannel 7
Posted on November 20, 2010 at 10:34 PM

BOISE -- A group of protesters smoked marijuana in downtown Boise Saturday afternoon as part of a protest called "Global Smoke Out" that was planned in various cities.

Boise Police said they found out about the event on MySpace, so they knew the time and place it would happen.  Even though police knew that information, no one was charged with a crime.

Woman Wears Bikini to LAX in Protest of TSA Pat-Down

Bikini Wearer Goes Through TSA Check

Woman Wears Bikini to LAX in Protest of TSA Pat-Down

Enc 1102 Marijuana Stereotypes

Enc 1102 Marijuana Stereotypes

Project for Florida State ENC1102-42. Shows how the media casts a bad light on marijuana users with stereotypes that stray from reality.

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This Christmas by The Organ Beats and Friends

Music for Charity All the proceeds are going to the MSPCA. The Mission of the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is to protect animals, relieve their suffering, advance their health and welfare, prevent cruelty and work for a just and compassionate society. Christmas is a time to give, so why not give a donation of money, your time, food, blankets… whatever you can to a great organization that could never have enough of any of those things. Just visit one of their many shelters and you’ll see how well they take care of their wonderful animals. “Making a Christmas song is a great way to reach out to a ton of people and remind them how important it is to give whatever they can to charitable organizations, and what better time than Christmas?!”

Produced and engineered by Noelle in the attic Noelle – vocals, guitar, keys, xylophone; Ronnie Ragona (The Murder Mile/Spring Heeled Jack/Lost City Angels) – vocals, bass, guitar; Danny (The Organ Beats) – percussion; Nick Bacon (Pilfers/Miss Derringer/Lost City Angels) – lead guitar; Drums at Old Folks Home, Mixed, mastered, produced by Alex Hatziyannis at Old Folks Home Recording Studio and of course Mikey on Horse.

Willie Nelson busted with weed, again

Willie Nelson arrested for drug possession 

Willie Nelson was detained and arrested for marijuana possession on Friday, on his way back to Austin, after spending Thanksgiving in California, officials said.
Don't they realize he's been deputized to make sure that Al Queda isn't dealing cannabis?
 “By order of the chief executive of this great country of ours, I’m probing Homeland Security and making sure the Taliban ain’t selling no weed here, man,” Willie told The Finite Times counter-culture correspondent Sky Rainspout. “These fellahs in Louisiana passed with flying colors.”

Friday, November 26, 2010

Fox News panelists laught at Sarah Palin During Off-Air Commercial Break

Fox News panelists laugh at Sarah Palin during off-air commercial break

Judith Regan and other Fox News panelists laughing about Sarah Palin's new reality television show performance.

Georgia Rally for Cannabis Laws Reform

Georgia Rally for Cannabis Laws Reform

Jonathon Weaver at the Rally for Cannabis Laws Reform
Georgia State Capitol
November 13, 2010

Hollywood actress charged in marijuana ring

Hollywood actress charged in Lisette Lee marijuana case
A B-list Hollywood actress who was with Lisette Lee when she was arrested for drug trafficking in Columbus has been charged with conspiracy to distribute more than 100 kilograms of marijuana.

Federal prosecutors yesterday charged Meili E. Cady, 24, with the single drug count in connection with the alleged transport of hundreds of pounds of marijuana from California to Columbus in June.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

DEA bans K2, Spice and other "fake pot" products

USA Today, DEA bans K2, other 'fake pot' products
WASHINGTON — The DEA used its emergency powers Wednesday to ban K2 and other "fake pot" products that mimic the effects of marijuana.
The action by the Drug Enforcement Administration makes it illegal to possess or sell the five chemicals used to make the products for at least one year. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services will determine whether the chemicals should be permanently added to the federal list of controlled substances considered unsafe, highly abused and without medical use.
How do they ban K2 but tobacco is still legal?

CNBC, Sneak Peek Marijuana USA

CNBC, Sneak Peek Marijuana USA

ABC News Interviews Randy and Evi Quaid

ABC News Video: Part 1

ABC News Video: Part 2

ABC News Video: Part 3

ABC News Video: Part 4

Former City Manager Robert Rizzo among 8 Bell officials arrested

Quaid's conspiracy angers producer


EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Private Investigator Fears For Randy Quaid's Life, Believes Wife May Kill Him

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

This Saturday, THC Show Covers Maine's Monopoly Medical Marijuana Dispensary Racket

$340 an ounce for medical patients? The rationale? We don't want patients to re-sell their cannabis on the black market for profit! Selling cannabis to patients at black market prices with a dispensary monopoly? This is a potential bigger racket for them than California. No competition. Two directors with Northeast Patients Group served on the Maine Medical Marijuana Taskforce that wrote these rules and created the monopoly for dispensaries? Yes. It may be called "non-profit" but how much are Directors of this dispensary going to be compensated? Medical marijuana monopoly just another reason why full legalization is the answer. How does one pretend to represent patients while selling black market priced medical marijuana?

Saturday, 4-6pm,, call in and be heard. 617-606-4122

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Marijuana Prohibition in Australia

Marijuana Prohibition in Australia

With Ethan Nadelmann of Drug Policy Alliance and an opponent who opens by calling him a dope.

Ethan Nadelmann: ABC Australia

Ethan Nadelmann: ABC Australia

Ethan Nadelmann from the Drug Policy Alliance speaks with Tracy Bowden.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Broadcast: 23/11/2010
Reporter: Tracy Bowden

"TRACEY BOWDEN, PRESENTER: Elsewhere across Victoria today police launched one of the biggest anti drugs operations the state has ever seen.

More than 600 officers raided a cannabis and heroin syndicate that police allege made $400 million in just the past two years.

But as police were claiming victory in that battle, a visiting expert on narcotics law was telling the National Press Club that the wider international war on drugs can't be won.

Ethen Nadelmann heads the George Soros funded Policy Alliance in New York. He says that privately more and more politicians, police and health authorities know prohibition of drugs can't succeed and in fact only benefits criminals.

And he argues a move to decriminalise soft drugs and regulate supply of narcotics in countries like Australia is only a matter of time.

I spoke to Ethan Nadelmann in Sydney."

Ron Paul Blasts TSA on Sean Hannity Show

Ron Paul Blasts TSA on Sean Hannity Show


Ron Paul appeared on the Sean Hannity Show to discuss the American Dignity Traveler Act of 2010 which aims to protect Americans from physical and emotional abuse by federal Transportation Security Administration (TSA) employees conducting screenings at the nation's airports.

Hilarious how neo-con Sean Hannity says he's for the Constitution.

Growing Marijuana on California's Public Land: Vanguard Scenes

Growing Marijuana on California's Public Land: Vanguard Scenes

In this scene from "Marijuana Wars, Part 1," Vanguard executive producer and correspondent Adam Yamaguchi embeds with MAVMIT, an elite task force that hikes into the California wilderness in search of marijuana grow sites operated by Mexican drug trafficking organizations.

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CNBC, Colorado Pot Payoff

CNBC, Colorado Pot Payoff

November 23, 2010

Airtime: Tues. Nov. 23 2010 | 10:52 AM ET

A look at the growing marijuana market in Colorado, with Tripp Keber, Dixie Elixirs.

The Jodie Emery Show - November 22, 2010

The Jodie Emery Show - November 22, 2010

Jodie gives an update about Marc being imprisoned in a new private prison for non-Americans in Georgia, and explains how he's doing.

Send Marc Emery mail.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

New York Times, New Trade Group’s Focus Will Be Marijuana Industry

New Trade Group’s Focus Will Be Marijuana Industry

By Dan Frosch, The New York Times - Tuesday, November 23 2010
Steve DeAngelo, founded a marijuana dispensary in Oakland, Calif., and is on the board of an industry trade group. It is being called the green rush. With more states moving to legalize medical marijuana, the business of growing and dispensing it is booming, even as much of the rest of the economy struggles.

Now, flush with financial clout, and with their eyes on pushing Congress to further loosen laws, medical marijuana industry leaders are forming a national trade association. While there are smaller, local trade groups, organizers around the country say this will be the first business organization working on the national level.

Based in Washington, the group, the National Cannabis Industry Association, will focus primarily on lobbying, but will also help medical marijuana businesses navigate a patchwork of laws that differ depending on location.
Is this good or bad news? Will the big boys of the cannabis industry monopolize and create barriers to enter the market? Will they protect patients or their bottom line? Strange to see three top members of MPP leading this new organization? Isn't that kind of a conflict of interest representing patients and then the businesses and their trade group that could monopolize and price control the medicine? NORML represents cannabis consumers. Who does MPP represent? Medical patients, cannabis consumers and the businesses that serve them?

Middle Class Veteran Mother to Obama "Frankly, I'm Exhausted at Defending You"

Middle Class Veteran Mother to Obama "Frankly, I'm Exhausted at Defending You"

And now she's been laid off.

Scientists challenge TSA on scanner radiation

Scientists challenge TSA on scanner radiation
Federal officials claim radiation risks from the U.S. Transportation Security Administration's new full-body scanners are low, but several scientists are calling on the administration to rethink whether the numbers really add up.

The TSA says the radiation from its security scans amounts to about a thousandth of the amount a patient receives from a standard chest X-ray, or an amount "equivalent to two minutes of flying on an airplane."

But a physics professor at Arizona State University in Tempe not only conducted his own study, finding the radiation exposure 10 times what the TSA estimates, but also argues that the health risks aren't mathematically worth taking.

Young boy strip searched by TSA

Video: TSA strip searching young boy
"Lets get the facts straight first. Before the video started the boy went through a metal detector and didn't set it off but was selected for a pat down. The boy was shy so the TSA couldn't complete the full pat on the young boy. The father tried several times to just hold the boys arms out for the TSA agent but i guess it didn't end up being enough for the guy. I was about 30 ft away so i couldn't hear their conversation if there was any. The enraged father pulled his son shirt off and gave it to the TSA agent to search, thats when this video begins.


***Insertion of what happened after the video (full story)****

After I finished videotaping the incident I went through the check point myself. I collected my things and went over to talk to the father and son. Before I could get to them a man in a black suit who had been talking with the other TSA officials approached me. He asked to speak to me and I obliged, wondering what was to come. He then proceeded to interrogate me about why I was videotaping the "procedures of the TSA". I told him that I had never seen such practices before on a young child and decided to record it. The man being frustrated at this point demanded to know my plans with the video, of which I didn't respond. Repeatedly he asked me to delete the video, hoping his mere presence could intimidate me to obey, but I refused. By this point it became obvious that he felt TSA had done something wrong and that I caught it on tape. After the interview, I left for my gate. I called my brother who told me I should put the tape on YouTube because this had been a recent hot topic in the news.

My gate was a long way off, but about 15 minutes after arriving 2 TSA agents came and sat 15 feet or so away from me. I stood up and moved so that they were in front of me and then took a picture. A 3rd and then a 4th agent came and sat down with the others. They would occasionally glance at me and talk on their walkie-talkies. I don't know why they were there or if it was a huge coincidence but they stayed for 30-45 minutes and left just before I boarded the plan. Interesting to say the least, intimidating? Maybe a little."
Fox News; Lawmakers Seek Probe of TSA's Pat-Down Training After Reported Misbehavior
"In separate letters issued Monday, two U.S. lawmakers are looking for answers on the training and methods employed by Transportation Security Administration agents, including one congressman who wants to know why officers trailed a videographer who taped a kid stripped at the security gate."

New Jersey Assemblyman Gusciora on Legislation Invalidating Gov. Christie's Medicinal Marijuana

New Jersey Assemblyman Gusciora on Legislation Invalidating Gov. Christie's Medicinal Marijuana

In this video press release, Assemblyman Reed Gusciora (D-Mercer), a vocal advocate for medicinal marijuana use, discusses his legislation contesting Gov. Christie's draft regulations for implanting the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act.

Gusciora's legislation (ACR-151) formally declares draft regulations created by the Christie administration as being inconsistent with the legislative intent behind the compassionate use law.

Gusciora's measure, a legislative resolution that does not require the governor's signature, passed the Assembly Monday by a vote of 48-22-7.

The measure would give the commissioner of the state Department of Health and Senior Services 30 days to revise or withdraw the proposed rules for implementing the Compassionate Use Act.

If the administration does not comply, the Legislature may hold public hearings to discuss invalidating the proposed rules and may subsequently adopt a second resolution invalidating the proposed regulations.

ENG 333 Marijuana Public Service Announcement

Reefer Madness - The Movie Musical
ENG 333 Marijuana Public Service Announcement

Kids don't smoke cannabis or you might get pregnant and not remember who you slept with.

Just when you've thought you heard it all..

Boston Herald, Letter to Editor, Carnage predictable

Another letter published in response to the Boston Herald's marijuana decrim reefer madness.

Carnage predictable
To blame recent tragedies on the overwhelming passage of Question 2 is not only politically motivated by the district attorneys, who suffered a huge loss at the hands of common sense, it also misdirects the conversations we should be having about making our communities safer and healthier.

Medical Marijuana in East Texas

Medical Marijuana in East Texas

In a small East Texas town, one man fights for his right to medical marijuana--and suffers the consequences. Watch an introduction video to Laura Burke's article, "A Threat To Society," available online at

US Marines find Marijuana growing in Farah Afghanistan

US Marines find Marijuana growing in Farah Afghanistan

"Marines from 2/7 Golf company find pot fields."

Woman Totally Sticks It To TSA Workers By Stripping Down For Her Pat Down

Woman Totally Sticks It To TSA Workers By Stripping Down For Her Pat Down
 “Hello, I’m a pornographer, sex worker, and sex blogger and you can read more about me at I’m a frequent flier who logs about 30,000 miles a year for business and pleasure. While literally millions of people have already seen naked photos of me, for most folks, the idea of complete strangers seeing them naked is a scary and embarrassing prospect. I’m about to leave for the airport where I’m going to get my very first TSA ‘grope down.’ Your first time is very special, so you can record it and put it on the Internet for people to make fun of.”

My TSA Stripdown: Nov 21 at Seatac

Tailgaiting PA State Rep charged with marijuana possession

Pittsburgh Tribune Review, "Tailgating Costa charged with smoking pot"
"He adamantly denies that he smoked any marijuana," said Costa's attorney, Phil DiLucente. "No narcotics of any kind were found on him. In fact, he detests marijuana."

Monday, November 22, 2010

Helsinki, Finland Marijuana Protest

Photo: Ziko-C
Video: Radikaalimarssi @ Helsinki, 20.11.2010
Smoke-in demo on Parliament steps for cannabis legalisation
Several hundred protest pot prohibition as 100 police look on

“I am a criminal, but who is the victim?” The question was asked by Tarik Purho in front of the Finnish Parliament, along with three other demonstrators on Saturday afternoon.

He also wondered where the other supporters of hemp legalisation were.

Twenty minutes later, as if out of nowhere, more than 300 cannabis legalisation advocates appeared, in addition to 100 police officers, a number of police cars, mounted police, and dozens of photographers."

Health Tips, Is Medical Marijuana Helpful?

Health Tips, Is Medical Marijuana Helpful?

San Diego, California- - KSWB

Doctor says medical marijuana has legitimate uses and then discusses history of use. Dr. Goldman also says smoking marijuana does not cause lung cancer and makes the point that studies have shown that smoking marijuana may reduce the risk of lung cancer for those who also use cigarettes.

Chertoff and Company - The Cover Up (Body Scanners)

Chertoff and Company - The Cover Up (Body Scanners)

Boston Herald, Tokers blow smoke at pot fines

Boston Herald, Tokers blow smoke at pot fines

"Potheads who’ve found the grass is greener under the state’s mellowed-out marijuana law have racked up as much as $64,500 in unpaid fines in Boston alone, thumbing their noses at hundreds of citations that cops have written up, but authorities are powerless to enforce."

Pro-Marijuana Rally at the Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day Parade

Legalization activists in Philly are going to be protesting at the Thanksgiving Parade -- perhaps attempting to march in it.

From Facebook:

Thursday, November 25 · 8:30am - 12:00pm

Location    We are meeting at the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art

More Info    Every year the Thanksgiving Day Parade has a theme. This year the people of Philadelphia and the Pro-Marijuana movement are going to show up in numbers and create our own theme.

Instead of standing on the sidelines and watching the parade, this year we decided to be part of the show.

We are fighting a battle to legalize marijuana and as (non-violent) soldiers in this war, we will use every opportunity to use our 1st Amendment right to stand up for what we believe in.

Every media outlet in the tri-state area will be there with cameras, let's let Philadelphia and the nation know that WE ARE HERE and WE ARE NOT GOING AWAY!!!


Full Facebook events page here:

Busting a Grow House

National Geographic, Busting a grow house

Border Wars: Gang Task Force

DEA agents raid a marijuana grow house operation in Florida.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Boycott Wal-Mart! Protecting safety of customers and employees from medical marijuana users?

Consider sending a message to Wal-Mart that it is not ok to fire medical marijuana users.

Message sent from here to Wal-Mart,

I'm not happy about your actions towards legal medical marijuana users who happen to be Wal-Mart employees. See the link. I will no longer shop at your stores and I will be asking others to do the same. Unless I hear that Wal-Mart has changed their policy on medical marijuana for employees with a valid prescription. It may be within your legal right to terminate employees who use medical marijuana but it does not make it right! We will use our legal right to boycott. I ask you to do the right thing for medical users. Change your policy.

And Wal-Mart's response:
Dear Mike,

Thank you for your recent inquiry. This is just an unfortunate situation all around. We are sympathetic to the former associate's condition but, like other companies, we have to consider the overall safety of our customers and associates, including the associate involved, when making difficult a decision like this.

Walmart Customer Care
Safety of customers and associates? What? Are these folks at Walmart all on hardcore prescription meds? Apparently so.

WAAF Marijuana Legalization Update - 11/18/10

WAAF Marijuana Legalization Update - 11/18/10

Mike Hsu's latest update on the battle for marijuana legalization.

Michele Leonhart one step closer to officially heading up the DEA | The Daily Caller - Breaking News, Opinion, Research, and Entertainment

Michele Leonhart one step closer to officially heading up the DEA | The Daily Caller

“I have seen what marijuana use has done to young people, I have seen the abuse, I have seen what it’s done to families. It’s bad,” Leonhart said. “If confirmed as administrator, we would continue to enforce the federal drug laws.”

NBC TV News LA Allows More Marijuana Shops

NBC TV News LA Allows More Marijuana Shops

Rules for medical-pot stores may change again |

Rules for medical-pot stores may change again |
County officials will schedule a work session sometime in December to look into more concrete ways to regulate and license the dispensaries. But, Commissioner Jon Stavney said, those new regulations will allow dispensaries to stay open.

“A strong majority of voters approve of this, and I have no intention to thwart that.”

Iran Contra Investigation video

Iran Contra Investigation video, Day 23, Jul 7th, 1987

Senate Cmte. Secret Military Assistance | Hse. Cmte. to Investigate Covert Arms
Oliver North was sworn in by Senator Inouye. Oliver North testified that he had authority and approval from his superiors for all his activities. North maintained that he assumed presidential approval, but did not ever receive direct approval from President Reagan. North was questioned about shredding and falsifying documents. He also was questioned about soliciting donations for the contras from third world countries. North contradicted testimony from Robert McFarlane that McFarlane told NSC staff not to solicit aid from foreign countries or private sources.

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