Yep. All we’re saying is that our hard-earned tax money shouldn’t be going to pay for some drugged-up legislator passing bad laws.
Methâ€™s persistent bad boy reputation means that medical marijuana dispensaries will not be expanding their offerings to include speed any time soon. Still, the idea is not as totally outlandish as it might seem.
Cop or Soldier? – a fun quiz over at The Agitator that shows the challenge of telling those two apart.
Here’s a story about a “drug-free world” that actually doesn’t bother me at all, but in fact is inspirational. Rocker Sabrina Barajas has decided to go for a “straight edge” lifestyle in her own drug-free world along with those who choose to go the same way.
What makes this story different from the other drug-free world stories is that this is a choice for Barajas, not an attempt to force it onto others.
Barajas is a lyricist and drummer for the Oxnard punk band Facing the Fallen, and is the only member claiming to be straight edge, â€œEveryone has different opinions on how they choose to live their life, and I choose to live mine sober,â€ said Barajas, who meets a wide variety of musicians and fans as an intern at Camarilloâ€™s Rock City Studios. […]
â€œBeing straight edge is not a criteria that I have for friends. I have learned that a lot more people are straight edge than I thought, but I havenâ€™t seen it growing into a larger movement. Just that itâ€™s there is good enough for me.â€
Good for you. Live your own life and don’t let others tell you how you should live it. There will always be others who think as you do that will support your decision, as well as good friends who prefer another lifestyle who can broaden your perspective without threatening your being.
Gary Johnson at Andrew Breitbart’s Big Government: It’s Time to End the War on Drugs
We own the internet – it doesn’t matter if it’s a conservative site or a liberal site, the commenters are almost always going to be predominantly in favor of legalizing marijuana (still a few opposed, though).
For drug-related offences alone, it put 488 people to death in 2011, the Amnesty International reported last month. Iran denies violating human rights in this case, saying its chosen form of justice leads to less crime. […]
In recent years, Iran has received international assistance, including from several European countries and the United Nations, to help stem the drug flow across its borders.