Blog Category: Political

Legislation Reintroduced To Reduce Cannabis Possession Offenses

Posted on: January 18, 2013

Legislation that seeks to significantly reduce marijuana possession penalties is once again pending before state lawmakers. State Rep. Harold Dutton (D-Houston) has prefiled legislation, House Bill 184, to amend minor marijuana possession penalties to a fine-only, Class C misdemeanor. Under present law, the possession of one ounce of cannabis or less is classified as a […]

The Beginning of the End of Marijuana Prohibition

Posted on: November 7, 2012

Barak Obama being reelected for a second term wasn’t the only thing that happened on November 6th. Two states, Colorado and Washington have just legalized marijuana for adults while Massachusetts has become our 18th medical marijuana state. As of now, about 1/3 of Americans are living in places with some form of legal marijuana, according […]

North Texas Voters Guide

Posted on: October 26, 2012

Voting Season Has Arrived We’re in the midst of a fierce presidential campaign tackling many issues that are important to voters nationwide. While this deserves a certain amount of attention, we realize that several other localized districts exist as well as the candidates running for those elected offices. These are the seats vital to the […]

Why Bother to Vote?

Posted on: September 28, 2012

Howdy Tokers! It’s Election Time again! Are YOU registered to Vote? Some of you may even be thinking “Why vote? Why bother?” In his article for Fox News journalist Peter Roff writes: …it matters that you vote. It is your voice – and the only person who can silence your voice is you. So applaud, […]

Hempsters: Plant the seed (Full)

Posted on: June 10, 2012

Gary Johnson on legalization

Posted on: June 6, 2012

The Modern Jim Crow / Downfall of American Democracy

Posted on: June 4, 2012

It is my belief that for some time now, the American version of a democratic republic has been on a steady decline. Over the last several decades we have sat idly by and watched as voter turnouts hit all-time lows, which prompts the question: “Is a government really run by the people and for the […]

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