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Parable of Persecution - Words of Wisdom from Benjamin Franklin
Due to the perceived wickedness of the drug culture, the war on drugs has been unanimously supported by the church. What we fail to see is that the church is responsible, for we have 'thrust them out of our tents and exposed them to all the evils of the night in an unguarded condition'. That is why God rejects no one until the day of judgement and Jesus accepts all. For you can not love what you find unacceptable, and rejecting a part is rejecting the whole. Keeping from sin is not what makes the road narrow, loving like Jesus is.
Christians For Cannabis Update
The feedback ChristiansForCannabis has received has been heart touching and encouraging. We definitely know we are no longer alone in the sharing of the belief that the criminalization of marijuana does not have God's stamp of approval on it. From regular tokers to church goers that haven't the slightest clue as to what a marijuana plant looks like, it is obvious that the solution, criminalizaiton, to the problem of marijuana use, has bore little else but bad fruit.
Guest Editorial - A Christian's Duty and the War on Drugs
In waging the Drug War we are arresting and imprisoning the adult sons and daughters that the Drug War is supposed to be protecting, and in the process we are creating legions of socially dysfunctional outcasts whom we will have to deal with in the future.
The Beginning of Prohibition
The Beginning of Marijuana Prohibition - by Al Gilmore, reprinted from the Constitutional Patriots Opposing Prohibition mailing list.
Focusing on Focus on the Family's Myths and Facts Concerning Marijuana
Dr. Dobson, president and founder of Focus on the Family, is a recognized and respected leader of the modern day Christian community. For many he is the ultimate authority on issues facing the Christian family and his advice is generally followed.
Drug Courts -
Instead of the search for truth and justice, judges and prosecutors now claim to possess the ability to define
the use (all use) of certain drugs as a "disease", - albeit still illegal - while compelling something called "treatment", (President Bush calls it "coerced abstinence".) Isn't it illegal to practice medicine without a license?
ALERT: DEA Attacking Medical Marijuana Patients
11/14/01 Dear DRCNet reader:
The following important medical marijuana alert has been forwarded on behalf of the Marijuana Policy Project. Please forward this alert widely to your family and friends in the United States, or tell them to visit: http://www.mpp.org/USA/
Steve Kubby's Probation - Cruel and Unusual Punishment
I believe that sentencing me, when I am medically disabled and suffering from terminal cancer, two conditions that threaten my life, for misdemeanor possession of a mushroom stem and some tiny cactus buttons, not only needlessly endangers me and burdens my family, such a sentence is a violation of my Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment."