Ohioans Against Marijuana Monopolies Rise to Fight Big Pot, More Pot
Why was a driver so impaired that she drove right into a house, killing the resident? Weed was found in the her car after the crash. Now two children live without their mother and the driver escaped harm. This past week, it was found that the driver tested way above the legal limit for pot. It happened near Lorain, Ohio, on July 28. If ResponsibleOhio PAC succeeds with its marijuana ballot, Ohioans can expect more accidents and absurdities such as this one.
Grass roots groups have organized to defeat marijuana legalization in Ohio under a common banner, Ohioans Against Marijuana Monopolies. Their campaign is called No on Issue 3. Continue reading Vote No on Issue 3, Ban Marijuana Monopolies in Ohio
By Roger Morgan, Take Back America Campaign #Stoppot2016
Passage of Prop 215, The Compassionate Use Act, in 1996 was a result of a propaganda campaign financed by three out of state billionaires, with George Soros at the helm. It is hard to even describe what one means by “medical marijuana.” The potency (i.e. THC) has escalated from 4 to 6% in 1996 to as high as 40% in smoked form, and 96% as Butane Honey Oil (BHO). Cannibidiol (CBD), the one component that may have therapeutic potential, has been largely bio-engineered out of the plant in favor of THC, because “patients” just want to get high.
Undeterred by the fact that manufacturing BHO is a felony, amateurs are routinely blowing up houses and apartments, killing some, badly burning others, including their kids. Survivors are filling up burn centers throughout the state, costing taxpayers millions of dollars for skin grafts and long hospital stays. Continue reading California Citizens Call for Enforcement of Marijuana Laws
Most marijuana today is skunk, not the weaker strains of the Woodstock era. It is so potent that a study from London showed that one quarter of new psychosis patients over a seven year period was triggered after using marijuana.
Skunk is very different from the less potent marijuana of the 1970s. In fact, it is not even comparable to the pot of 15 or 20 years ago. Reports from around the country now reveal a story of mass addiction to marijuana, with only skunk strains available. Some users go onto other drugs, but others stay fixated on marijuana — dabbing and vaping for the quick fix. Some of these teens and young adults are going into psychosis and /or committing suicide. Continue reading Can You Smell a Skunk in the Stinky Claims for Marijuana?
American politics is full of bullies, but nowhere are the bullies more apparent than in the groups trying to legalize marijuana. In Oregon, the marijuana financiers, including George Soros’ Drug Policy Action, donated $9,273,848 towards Measure 91, the successful marijuana legalization ballot which won by a large margin in 2014. The opposition raised only $179,672 . A similar ballot failed in the state two years earlier, when the financial backers of marijuana gave their money to ballot initiatives in Colorado and Washington, instead of Oregon. Continue reading Goliath Fails to Topple David in Oregon