Date / Time

    Date published: not known
    statement of faith
    donate to DrugSense
    join NORML
    Principles of Responsible Cannabis Use
    ChristiansForCannabis Shop

    Amazon Honor System

    Peter McWilliams
    Todd McCormick
    Sheriff Bill Masters
    Religious Leaders for a More Just and Compassionate Drug Policy
    Mothers Against Misuse and Abuse
    Veterans for More Effective Drug Strategies
    Teachers Against Prohibition
    Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
    Voluntary Committe of Lawyers
    November Coalition

    Activist Calendar
    Drug Policy Alliance Action Center
    Drug Policy Meet Up
    How to Write Letters to the Editor

    Drug War Fact Book
    Frequently Asked Questions About Cannabis
    Frequently Asked Questions About Marijuana Use
    Major Studies of Drugs and Drug Policy
    History of the Marijuana Laws
    Drug War Distortions
    Cato Institute
    Drug Policy Alliance
    Drug Testing Fails Our Youth

    bible study
    A Christian Thinktank
    Christian Evils and Christian Faith

    general reform
    Drug Policy Alliance
    Common Sense for Drug Policy
    Drug Reform Coordination Network
    Change the Climate
    Cannabis Action Network
    Mothers Against Misuse and Abuse
    Family Watch
    Students for Sensible Drug Policy

    criminal justice
    Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
    Criminal Justice Policy Foundation
    Forfeiture Endangers American Rights
    Voluntary Committe of Lawyers
    Sheriff Bill Masters

    hemp reform
    The Hemp Industries Association
    Hemp Car TransAmerica

    hemp nutrition
    Part I Hemp Seed: The Most Nutritionally Complete Food Source In The World
    Part II Hemp Seed: The Most Nutritionally Complete Food Source In The World

    medical reform
    Medical Marijuana Facts

    Media Awareness Project


    Canadian Foundation for Drug Policy

    Canadian Media Awareness
    New Zealand
    South Africa

    United Kingdom

    Legalise Cannabis Alliance
    UK Cannabis Internet Activists
    About Prohibition
    "Government exists to protect us from each other. Where government has gone beyond its limits is in deciding to protect us from ourselves."

    Ronald Reagan
    U.S. President
    Our Most Popular Google Question - how long does marijuana stay in your system?
    18 Dec : 00:23  by c4cadmin
    How long does marijuana stay in your system?

    California NORML's Drug Testing Tips -
    Dealing With Urinalysis on Short Notice

    "While NORML strongly opposes drug use on the job, we think no one should be forced to submit to urine testing, especially for marijuana. Aside from launching a legal challenge, your best defense against urine testing is to be clean. Unfortunately, this may be difficult since urine tests may detect marijuana 1-5 days after an occasional use, 1-3 weeks in regular users, and 4-6 weeks in multiple daily users. Since urine tests do not detect the psychoactive ingredient of marijuana, THC, but rather other, nonactive metabolites, they in no way measure impairment; nonetheless, this fact is of no account to employers in today's anti-drug hysteria. If you are on the job market, it is prudent to expect being tested and avoid marijuana. However, recognizing that many of you may face drug testing on short notice, we offer the following advice for emergencies with our best wishes (but no promises!)."


    Drug test got you worried? Click here
    printer friendly create pdf of this news item
    US Drug Agents Raid 13 medical marijuana sites
    13 Dec : 21:04  by jini
    US Drug Agents Raid 13 medical marijuana sites
    The latest high-profile move by U.S. Attorney Carol Lam

    No one arrested for marijuana


    "Absurd waste of federal law enforcement resources"
    Eric E. Sterling, J.D., President of the Criminal Justice Policy
    Foundation, local protest leader, said, "Washington's anthrax terrorist who
    killed DC-area residents and shut down the U.S. Senate is still at large.
    Cocaine is pouring into DC and cities across the country. Baltimore and
    other cities are ravaged by heroin. Methamphetamine is pouring into
    America's heartland from Mexico. And the DEA is raiding dispensaries where
    marijuana is dispensed under state law. These raids make no sense. This is
    an absurd waste of federal law enforcement resources."
    Criminal Justice Policy Foundation-

    Emergency Response to DEA Raids in San Diego
    Americans For Safe Access
    - [link]

    printer friendly create pdf of this news item
    John Lennon Would Have Cared About Jonathan Magbie
    08 Dec : 18:06  by c4cadmin
    John Lennon Would Have Cared About Jonathan Magbie
    Have we no John Lennon's left?

    "With Lennon, rock had become revolutionary -- and for real. He
    and Yoko took part in demonstrations, they campaigned for a
    public inquiry into the case of James Hanratty, convicted of
    murder and hanged in the early 1960s... they marched for the IRA
    [Irish Republican Army] and they called for help for striking
    Excerpt from "Who Killed John Lennon?" by Fenton Bresler

    Who Was Jonathan Magbie?

    US DC: Column: 'Top-Floor' Treatment in DC

    US DC: Mother Sues Over D.C. Inmate's Death

    US DC: A Searing Portrait of Abuse

    US TX: Column: Meddling Federal Lawmakers Share Blame In Senseless MediPot Death

    US DC: Report Clears DC Judge of Misconduct in Inmate Death

    Where is our John Lennon in the music industry?

    It seems that John Lennon was out on his politically active limb alone... 25 years later, as the war on drugs has become increasingly oppressive, the wealth and the social and political power of the music industry has grown. But there are few Lennons in the mix, if there are any at all. Perhaps Willie Nelson.

    Many in the music world use marijuana, a number of them openly, yet have a privileged immunity from the consequences that their fans do not - a hostile society intolerant of their existence, demanding:

    � arrest

    � incarceration

    � drug testing

    � forfeiture or property

    � the abdication of families

    and sometimes even death,

    � Peter McWilliams

    Clayton Helriggle

    � Jonathan Magpie

    In Honor the 25th anniversary of John Lennon's death

    Those in the music industry that serve the cannabis using subculture needs to come out in strong, active defense of this fan base. What can they do?

    � Have a "Legal Aid" benefit tour and special release albums for legal defense of cannabis users.

    � Make rock revolutionary again, release songs with pro-reform messages.

    � Financially support and give exposure to drug policy reform groups such as Common Sense for Drug Policies, [link], DrugSense, [link] and NORML, [link]
    that are actively working to change the marijuana laws.

    � Run for office. Arnold did. Turn a fan base into a voter base.

    Every voice is needed in the decriminalization effort, and we need to hear from those whose voices are the best known.
    printer friendly create pdf of this news item
    Go to page   <<        >>  
     A Musical Voice For Reform - Protest Rock by PokerFace by jini - 04 Dec : 14:38 in reform


    Remember me

    [ ]