Archive for the ‘Celebs’ category

Gary Johnson Still in the Race

November 3rd, 2011

Presidential candidate and marijuana supporter Gary Johnson still feels good despite poll numbers.
Gary Johnson Legalize Medical Marijuana
To many Gary Johnson is quickly becoming another Republican also ran, but not if you ask him. Despite being left out of the New Hampshire debate, he feels that he has the momentum. His pro-pot Libertarian views have not been received as well in the GOP as fellow Libertarian Ron Paul. He is currently polling at just one percent, while Paul is around ten. Front runners Bachman and Romney have been consistently around twenty-five percent. Johnson is not deterred. As he put it, “there are 126 candidates on the Republican side of the ticket right now.” While that is a bit of an exaggeration, the numbers will whittle down to Johnson’s benefit. Johnson compares his campaign to his successful campaign for Governor. Less then six months before the Gubernatorial primary, Johnson was polling with only two percent of the vote. Despite this he went on to win not just the primary, but also the election. » Read more: Gary Johnson Still in the Race


Former Candidate for California Governor Targeted by Police

September 27th, 2011

Steve Kubby who ran for Governor of California in 1998 was arrested for possessing medical marijuana. In jail, he nearly died from lack of access to the drug.

Steve Kubby

In the 1960, Steve Kubby was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer called pheochromocytoma. This disease is normally terminal and his doctor Vincent DeQuattro was amazed to find him still alive in 1996, not to mention in good enough condition to run for the Governor’s office. Kubby ran and lost as the Libertarian Party candidate for Governor of California. Following his loss, he went on to craft what would eventually become Proposition 215 that legalized medical marijuana in the state. In 1999, however, he was raided by police. When he was put in prison, he was denied access to medical marijuana. Even this short break from his medication caused a disease he had lived with for forty years to almost kill him.

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Super High Me, Super Entertaining

August 23rd, 2011

Comedian Doug Benson documentary Super High me is a lighthearted look at the medical effects of marijuana use.

Super High Me

Doug Benson was voted as High Times second best stoner comedian in American, behind only Bill Maher. From the very beginning Super High Me sets itself apart from the normal marijuana documentary. Super High Me opens with a joke. Doug is on stage in a comedy club and he says, if a movie about a guy eating hamburgers for a month is a movie, he is going to smoke weed for a month and call it Super High Me or “business as usual.” After he tells the joke, he explains that after his act a movie producer came up to him and convinced him to actually do it.

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Panamanian Dictator Indicted for Drug Trafficking was Supported by CIA

July 19th, 2011

Ex-Panamanian Dictator Manuel Noriega was indicted on drug trafficking charges following the US invasion of Panama in 1989. Evidence of his involvement in drug trafficking, however, goes back to the 1950’s when the United States was his supporter.

Marijuana Panamian Dictator

Manuel Noriega was a career soldier, who through opportunistic support during the revolution in the late 1960’s and a possible assassination, has become the de facto leader of Panama by the early 1980’s. His involvement with the American CIA goes back to the late 1950’s. By the time of the 1989 invasion of Panama, Noriega had become a key player in the Medellin Cartel. After his arrest, he was convicted in 1992 on eight counts of drug trafficking, racketeering, and money laundering. He was released in 2007 and extradited to France, who in 2010 sentenced him to another ten years.
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Marijuana in the Movies

July 4th, 2011

While Hollywood has had their share of Refeer Madness they have also produced pro-pot classics like Fast Times at Ridgmont High. Try picking out of the following films to show at your next social sativa event.

Marijuana in the Movies

The movie’s that come out of Hollywood these days are all across the political spectrum. What every your interest is there is a movie for you. For those of you interested in watching the screen through a smoke filled haze try one of our suggestions next time.

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Rapper talks about his Marijuana arrest

November 16th, 2010

Rapper known as Wiz Khalifa recently stopped by The Morning After with Angela Yee radio show and discussed a number of topics, one being his pending marijuana case.  He was arrested on drug charges on Nov. 9th in Greenville, NC after a performance.

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Macri says Marijuana available on the PM’s jet

November 4th, 2010

Nadia Macri is 28-year-old aspiring model and television showgirl.  She is allegedly that Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi paid her over 14,000 for intercourse.  She said that while aboard the PM’s private jet there was marijuana readily available in every room.

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T.I. is going back to jail for Pot

October 21st, 2010

T.I., real name Clifford Harris, is going back to jail after saving a suicidal man’s life.  A federal judge ordered Atlanta native back to prison for 11 months after revoking his probation.  T.I. was begging the judge not to send him back to prison and said he needed help for his drug addiction.  He told the judge that he ‘screwed up’ and pleaded for mercy, but didn’t receive any.

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Hollywood speaks about Marijuana Legalization

October 20th, 2010

A look like Prop 19 is causing the stars to come out and support the legalization of marijuana.  Celebrity glitter will come on Thursday as actors and actress support in favor of marijuana.  Danny Glover and Hal Sparks, and musician Melissa Etheridge are going to give a news conference in Los Angeles to speak in favor of marijuana legalization.  The three will join supporters of the initiative, including former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson in support of Proposition 19.

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Highsmith arrested for Marijuana

October 19th, 2010

Fromer LSU linebacker and former NFL player, Ali Highsmith, was arrested last week on possession of marijuana.  He was arrested in Baton Rouge.  Highsmith played for the Tigers from 2004-2007 then went onto play for the Arizona Cardinals.

Highsmith, 25, was arrested early in the morning Friday after letting Baton Rouge detectives and State Police search his home at Linkwood Court.  Authorities found two pounds of marijuana in his refrigerator, a vaporizer, and a grinder inside his home.  The estimated street value of the marijuana was between $23,000 and $24,000, said Sgt. Don Kelly.

Highsmith was arrested and taking to Parish Prison on one count of possession with intent to distribute marijuana.  First mistake was that he let the police search his house with no warrant.


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