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The Violence of Mexican Drug Cartels

January 18, 2013


A bitterly violent war against Mexican Drug Cartels wages on across the U.S. border. Tens of thousands are being murdered, and over a million are being forced to flee their homes. U.S. laws and policy play a major role in the conflict’s violence. This video is about understanding the complexities of the war and why [...]

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Mexican President Nieto Marijuana Tourism and the Drug War

January 2, 2013


Mexican Marijuana Tourism

Mexican President Nieto has an interesting idea… “If I legalize marijuana in Mexico, the drug cartels will become and American problem and our tourism will skyrocket.” We have been saying this for years! The day that Mexico stops being the lapdog of the United States and looks out for its own best interest… Will be [...]

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Excellent New Ad to Legalize Marijuana: It’s Not About Pot Smokers.

August 6, 2012


The piece begins a $1 million television run this week, ramping up to the fall election, making it by far the best-funded, most-polished piece of marijuana advocacy in Washington State’s history. And here’s what makes this appeal exceptional: It’s not about pot smokers.  – Stranger Slog New Approach Washington, the committee supporting Initiative 502, will [...]

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Cannabis: Persecuted Pot Plant Picture

October 25, 2011


“Sorry I’m Illegal” is the statement, but the reasons marijuana is illegal make no sense… Why such a simple plant is so feared I will never understand. Potted plants are ok but pot plants are persecuted, go figure.

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Willie Nelson for Ending Federal Marijuana Prohibition: a NORML PSA

July 8, 2011


There are so many reasons to love Willie Nelson, I can’t even begin to count them.  The grizzled Texas outlaw country singer-songwriter, legendary for his music, is an unabashed cannabis smoker and legalization activist.  Willie recently teamed up with NORML, The National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, for an informative Public Service Announcement [...]

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Netherlands closes coffee shops to tourists

June 2, 2011


What is the first thing that most North Americans think of when considering traveling to the Netherlands? Some people think of tulips, windmills, and bicycles.  These are a mandatory and unavoidable part of the Dutch experience. Some people think of the famous Red Light District located in one of the most beautiful and oldest parts [...]

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