This is a poorly worded query as I question whether any state funded college (for example) has the legal authority

clip_image002… This is a poorly worded query as I question whether any state funded college (for example) has the legal authority to not comply with the governing law of that state in which they are located…??? 

Colleges can ban “pot” but that has not and will not prevent it being consumed possibly under questionable legal “medical marihuana” or illegally…

…It’s game over, and likely within the next couple of years…

Rather typical Arizona response … If “we” don’t understand it or it gets in our way or in any way interferes with our movement … KILL it … and if that is not possible

clip_image002…Rather typical Arizona response … If “we” don’t understand it or it gets in our way or in any way interferes with our movement … KILL it … and if that is not possible  then hide it somewhere hoping no one finds it…

 

Any politician daring to even think about curtaining “big-pharma” profit$$$$ is committing politician suicide as the “dark$$$” will stop flowing to them…

clip_image002…Any politician daring to even think about curtaining “big-pharma” profit$$$$ is committing politician suicide as the “dark$$$” will stop flowing to them…

Trump is simply a bully, an intimidator, a con, a fraud…

…Trump is simply a bully, an intimidator, a con, a fraud…

The Art of Screwing Up the Deal: Trump Is Proving to Be the World’s Worst Dealmaker

By Mark Sumner, Daily Kos

The president is in way over his head. READ MORE»

 

Trump is finding that his preferred mode to intimidate, bully, bluff will not achieve anything with China…

.,.Trump is finding that his preferred mode to intimidate, bully, bluff will not achieve anything with China…

 

The White House said it would proceed with tariffs and other tough measures against China, adding pressure on Beijing as trade talks continue

Tuesday, May 29, 2018 9:47 AM EST

 

The Trump administration said on Monday that it would proceed with plans to impose a series of punitive trade-related measures on China in the next month, intensifying pressure on Beijing as trade talks between the countries continue.

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President Donald Trump is moving ahead with steps to protect U.S. intellectual property by punishing China with broad investment restrictions, litigation at the World Trade Organization and hefty tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods.

The move, which the White House announced Tuesday morning, comes just over a week after Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the trade war between the two countries was "on hold" and will ratchet up tensions just before Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is set to arrive in Beijing this week for further talks.

Beijing has already pledged to retaliate against the 25 percent tariffs, which the White House said will specifically target Chinese imports "containing industrially significant technology, including those related to the ‘Made in China 2025’ program." The list of targeted goods will be announced by June 15 and imposed shortly after, the White House said.

The investment restrictions and strengthened export controls will aim to curb Chinese acquisition of "industrially significant" technology and will be announced by June 30.

Read more: https://www.politico.com/story/2018/05/29/trump-china-tariffs-610042

Change is on the horizon, not the change Trump envisions

..The election of Donald J Trump was a knee-jerk reaction by Americans … there is no doubt his election signals a termination of “greed is good” and that corporations are “people” … Change is on the horizon, not the change Trump envisions…

Election of Donald Trump Was a ‘Revolt Against Meritocracy’

By Chauncey DeVega, Salon

Steven Brill on his new book “Tailspin,” and how American meritocracy actually produced an era of oligarchy READ MORE»

 

…Why are Americans opposed to ACUPUNTURE…???

…Why are Americans opposed to ACUPUNTURE…???

Addressing the common flaws often found in arguments against acupuncture: what you really need to know

You might have heard a lot of acupuncture success stories, but if you’ve ever seriously considered this treatment for yourself, you were likely greeted with a lot of skepticism. Here’s a look at some of the common arguments people make against acupuncture and why they’re way off base.The first and possibly most common way detractors will shoot down your acupuncture aspirations is by saying that it isn’t effective. Their reasoning is usually that it must not work because doctors don&…
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