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Marijuana legalization spreads to Alaska

youtube by Slow Easy English

Published on Feb 24, 2015

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Flip Off the Cops! It’s LEGAL!

youtube by SourceFed

Published on Jan 22, 2015

You can’t get in trouble for flipping off the po-po!

Buy some awesomeness for yourself!

Dig a little DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Cops on THEI.us”

Judge rules NSA surveillance is legal

From youtube uploaded by RT America

Dig a LITTLE DEEPER ~ THEI.us Archive “Government Spying”

Act Right Legal Foundation: IRS Litigation

From ActRight Legal Foundation

ActRight Legal Foundation has taken immediate legal action for its clients following recent news that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) targeted conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status and possibly employed political criteria in completing audits of non-profit organizations.

In a statement made on May 10, 2013, Lois Lerner, the Director of the IRS Exempt Organizations Division, admitted that the IRS singled out applications for 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) status received by conservative groups. She admitted that additional scrutiny was placed on those groups by sending numerous, extensive requests for additional information, which ultimately caused long delays in receiving a determination on their tax-exempt statuses. For example, groups with “tea party” or “patriot” in their title were subjected to such additional scrutiny. . . Act Now

Colorado Legal Marijuana UPDATE 5/5/13 (Video Reports)

Featured Image: Seal of Colorado. CREDIT Svgalbertian. Source: Wikipedia  (Public-Domain).

From youtube uploaded by MOXNEWSd0tC0M  on May 5, 2013

May 05, 2013 CNN

 

Part 1: “We Believe Marijuana Prohibition Is IMMORAL And We Have To Do Something About That”

Part 2: “What Do YOU Like About Smoking Cannabis?”

A Return to gold instead of paper as our County’s currency ~ One State at a Time? (W/Video)

It’s interesting to note that changing laws etc. state by state seems to be the secret answer as to how to regain our lost freedoms. First the Pot Prohibition Civil War going on between individual states, now state individually returning to safe and sane money. It’s too early to celebrate, but I seem to see fresh change on the horizon. . . . EDITOR

From Mail Online (U.K.)

Arizona passes law making gold and silver legal tender

PUBLISHED: 18:38 EST, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:50 EST, 10 April 2013

States are now rushing to push bills through allowing for gold and silver to be recognized as legal tender as politicians fear that the U.S. economy is going to collapse.

The push from states like Arizona, which passed through their House of Representatives on Monday allowing gold and silver to be considered legal tender, comes as conservatives fear that the Federal Reserve is running the country’s economy into a deep hole. . . . Read Complete Report

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Gold An Silver May Become Legal Tender Again In Arizona Or Indiana!!!

Published on Feb 22, 2013

The Senate Finance Committee on Wednesday took the first steps to making such coins legal tender in Arizona. SB 1439 would give them the same legal status as the bills and coins authorized by Congress.
Nothing in the proposal by Sen. Chester Crandell, R-Heber, would force anyone to actually accept these coins as payment for any debt. Their use would be voluntary.

From youtube uploaded by TheSilverGuild

Gold/Silver legal Tender in Utah

Uploaded on Mar 6, 2011

Utah took its first step Friday toward bringing back the gold standard when the state House passed a bill that would recognize gold and silver coins issued by the federal government as legal currency.

DHS spying on peaceful protesters, says it’s legal (Video Report)

Photo: (THEI Archive) Chjicago NATO Rally. Sat. Night 5.20.12 SOURCE: Occupy

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Published on Apr 4, 2013

On Tuesday the advocacy group Partnership for Civil Justice Fund released new documents that show the Department of Homeland Security is conducting surveillance on peaceful protest groups, like Occupy Wall Street. DHS is claiming it has every right to keep track on peaceful demonstrators, but critics say it’s an abuse of their power.
According to the documents it turns out, DHS has been spying on peaceful, law abiding citizens since 2006, and they say it’s legal. For more Michael Brooks a producer for The Majority Report joins us.

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Obama: I Won’t Go After States Where Marijuana Is Legal

from Toke of the Town

By Steve Elliott ~alapoet~ in LegislationNews

Friday, December 14, 2012 at 8:20 am
By Steve Elliott ~alapoet~ in LegislationNews

Friday, December 14, 2012 at 8:20 am
President Barack Obama pledged on Friday that he will not go after Washington state and Colorado for legalizing marijuana.

Obama was asked — in a Barbara Walters interview airing Friday on ABC — whether he supports making marijuana legal, reported The Associated Press. “I wouldn’t go that far,” the President said.
But Obama said he wouldn’t press the issue by going after recreational users in states where voters legalized marijuana in the November elections. “We’ve got bigger fish to fry,” he said. . . . Read Complete Report

Legal Marijuana: How To Invest In Pot

from Huffington Post

MarketWatch  |  By 

Posted: 11/14/2012 9:12 am EST

Mark Twain is said to have remarked that a gold rush is a good time to be in the pick and shovel business. Investors may be able to apply that same bit of wisdom to the growing number of U.S. states that have legalized pot.

Although federal law prohibits the sale or possession of marijuana, Massachusetts last week joined the ranks of states — 18 plus Washington, D.C. — that allow its use for people suffering from chronic illnesses like cancer, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. In Washington and Colorado, meanwhile, voters passed an initiative to allow pot for recreational use. . . . Read Complete Report

Colorado and Washington Legalized Marijuana Tuesday, What Happens Now? (+) Latin American leaders call for review of US legal pot vote

from NORML

Colorado and Washington Legalized Marijuana Tuesday, What Happens Now?

by Erik Altieri, NORML Communications Director

November 8, 2012

Tuesday night, the states of Colorado and Washington sent a loud and clear message to the federal government that they no longer wish to enforce the futile prohibition on cannabis. The symbolic impact of these victories are immediate, but what are the practical effects on the ground now that these two initiatives have been approved?

In Washington State, regulations for the marijuana retail outlets are going to start being drafted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board. This process is expected to last about a year. The immediate impact of passing I-502 is on the state laws regarding possession. Starting on December 6th, Section 20 of the initiative will take effect. This section effectively states that any person over the age of 21 is legally allowed to possess up to 1oz of dried marijuana, 16oz of marijuana solids (edibles), and 72oz of cannabis infused liquids (think oils and lotions). It is also no longer a crime to possess marijuana paraphernalia. . . . Read Complete Report

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from The Seattle Times

LatAm leaders call for review of US legal pot vote

Originally published Monday  November 12, 2012 at 2:12 PM

By E. EDUARDO CASTILLO and MICHAEL WEISSENSTEIN

Associated Press


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A group of Latin American leaders declared Monday that votes by two U.S. states to legalize marijuana have important implications for efforts to quash drug smuggling, offering the first government reaction from a region increasingly frustrated with the U.S.-backed war on drugs.

The group of Latin American leaders declared Monday that votes by two U.S. states to legalize marijuana have important implications for efforts to quash drug smuggling, offering the first government reaction from a region increasingly frustrated with the U.S.-backed war on drugs. declaration by the leaders of Mexico, Belize, Honduras and Costa Rica did not explicitly say they were considering weakening their governments’ efforts against marijuana smuggling, but it strongly implied the votes last week in Colorado and Washington would make enforcement of marijuana bans more difficult. . . . Read Complete Report