YES indeed the days of “war on drug$” are numbered and that number is small …

…YES indeed the days of “war on drug$” are numbered and that number is small …

 

Teens Toking Marijuana on the Rise: Days of Prohibition Are Numbered

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: "Despite the vast lobbying force arrayed against the legalization of marijuana (as detailed in an article recently posted on Truthout.org), the days of wasting resources arresting and imprisoning pot smokers are numbered. That’s because, with each new generation, America has a higher and higher percentage of citizens who have smoked or who are smoking marijuana. It’s just a matter of time and numbers."

Read the BuzzFlash Commentary

 

We just can’t have runny mascara dripping pancake makeup

…We just can’t have runny mascara dripping pancake makeup on live TV …  but blood and brutality … bring it on…

Water Guns Banned, Handguns Allowed at GOP Convention

Read the Article at ABC News

 

I can assure you

… Growing up less than 100 miles from ground-zero of America’s atomic/nuclear bomb testing site I can assure you that our government’s legacy is to experiment on its citizen without their knowledge or permission …

 

 

DHS To Release Bacteria In Boston Subway System

05-02-2012  •  http://www.prisonplanet.com, Paul Joseph Watson

U.S. government has a history of dangerous biological testing on the American public

you can’t demonstrate for anything that benefits YOU

…HELLO … what don’t you get … you can’t demonstrate for anything that benefits YOU … you can only demonstrate for that which benefits corporation$ … who own the Congre$$ that makes the laws and rules which extract rights given to us by our Constitution…

"Tuition Fees are Class War!" CUNY Brooklyn College Students Roughed Up By Police for Demanding Fairer Treatment

Calling for an end to policies that make college less accessible to lower-income students, CUNY activists held a peaceful sit-in that was violently broken up by police.

READ MORE  By Sarah Jaffe / AlterNet

you can’t demonstrate for anything that benefits YOU

…HELLO … what don’t you get … you can’t demonstrate for anything that benefits YOU … you can only demonstrate for that which benefits corporation$ … who own the Congre$$ that makes the laws and rules which extract rights given to us by our Constitution…

"Tuition Fees are Class War!" CUNY Brooklyn College Students Roughed Up By Police for Demanding Fairer Treatment

Calling for an end to policies that make college less accessible to lower-income students, CUNY activists held a peaceful sit-in that was violently broken up by police.

READ MORE  By Sarah Jaffe / AlterNet

Who would have “thunk” it

…Who would have “thunk” it … provide the TRUTH and look what happens …

 

How Giving Teens Honest Information About Sex is Lowering the Teen Pregnancy Rate

By Caperton | Feministe

 

this is a direct path and route to absolute corporate control of our AIR and WATER

… And given the “strength” of our state’s economy “we” are prepared to adequately fund the Az Dept of Environmental Quality which is charged with overseeing Arizona’s fragile environment – AIR and WATER- this is a direct path and route to absolute corporate control of our AIR and WATER …

 

Ariz. House passes state sovereignty proposal

 

by Associated Press (May 2nd, 2012 @ 3:03pm … http://ktar.com/6/1536198/Ariz-House-passes-state-sovereignty-proposal

 

PHOENIX – The Arizona House has passed a proposed ballot measure intended to grant the state control over air, water and other natural resources within its boundaries– despite some calling the idea unrealistic.

Lawmakers’ 38-20 vote Wednesday propels the resolution of sovereignty to the November ballot. The initiative had failed originally in the Senate but passed with some changes.

Republican Rep. Chester Crandell of Heber says this measure will let states manage land without deferring to a federal agency.

Democratic Rep. Tom Chabin of Flagstaff says this bid for sovereignty goes against being a state of the union.

Some legal experts have questioned legislative proposals aimed at the federal government, calling them more symbolic gestures that have little practical impact.

The amendment would not apply to Indian reservations