1 vote

Terence Mckenna on the Drug War (Two Primary Reasons)


His thoughts also (if you are open) show the commonality between Intelligent Liberals and Intenlligent Libertarians.

We need to meditate on the commonalities.

0 votes

Bill to apply US drug policy globally


U.S. Drug Policy Would Be Imposed Globally By New House Bill

13 votes

U.S. Drug Policy Would Be Imposed Globally By New House Bill

"The House Judiciary Committee passed a bill yesterday that would make it a federal crime for U.S. residents to discuss or plan activities on foreign soil that, if carried out in the U.S., would violate the Controlled Substances Act (CSA) -- even if the planned activities are legal in the countries where they're carried out."


25 votes

Debating Sean Hannity and giving a plug for Ron Paul -Wed Sept 28

I was on the show yesterday. (They actually called me to come on, which I thought was pretty cool!).

Originally I was on hold to talk about the lack of media respect and coverage of the Wall Street protests, however while on hold he began to talk about how Michelle Obama shouldn't be telling us what to consume. I decided to call him out on his hypocrisy of supporting the drug war.


3 votes

RxForLiberty.com - fantastic way to promote Ron Paul

www.RxForLiberty.com offers a unique way to promote Ron Paul by giving everyone something that they'll actually hang on to that can really help them out a lot (some people hundreds, even thousands of dollars). And because of the product, the idea actually appeals to a very important demographic we need - 35 to 64 and beyond.


1 vote

Ron Paul - Drug War Stance

Just wondering about this after the ad and all the Reagan talk. Was Ron Paul not opposed to drug legalization when he endorsed Reagan? Or did he not anticipate Reagan's escalation of the war on drugs? Or did he endorse him despite disagreeing with his position on drugs?

3 votes

PBS Travel Guru Rick Steves: Smoking Pot is "My Civil Liberty"


It would be great if he came out for Ron Paul as well.
his business is based out of Portland OR

0 votes

End the DRUG WAR and we kill the North American Union?

I think ending the Drug War has many wider implications then we often realize. I think that if we were to end the Drug War, not only would that help stop America from becoming more of a Police State, it helps free Mexico too. Indeed, ending the Drug war would help all the people in Colombia from living under that narco-fear. Ending the Drug War would help Mexico and perhaps end the quest for a North American Union. And perhaps, the type of free trade peaceful trade linked future we all desire, would be the kind of union we could all happily live with.

0 votes

Ron Paul could gain more supporters by K.I.S.S.- Keeping It Super Simple

People would discover that they agree with Ron Paul on more issues than they think if he would keep his explanations of his views positive and simple.

For example, more people need to know that it doesn't make a difference if they share the personal views on abortion or drug legalization because he doesn't think the Federal Government should be involved in our lives on that level anyway. This needs to be drilled into people's heads because the media keeps bringing it up like it is a deal breaker.

2 votes

An Open Letter to the Left by Tim Dobbins

To the Left, From a Leftist: Some Remarks on the 2012 Election

I'll get right to the point. I'm concerned about the 2012 presidential elections, mainly, for two reasons: 1) although Obama promised change, we have yet to witness it—rather in domestic or foreign affairs—and to believe that he can actually deliver on his word is a belief built on sentimental clichés and one void of any intellectual analysis; and 2) the thought of Perry or Bachmann entering the White House may actually induce many to hold the unsubstantiated, sentimentally-backed beliefs previously mentioned.

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