Here's the latest analysis of Ron Paul's position on the war on drugs and legalization from the Practical Ethics blog at the University of Oxford:
This is the latest analysis of Ron Paul's position on legalization, from the Practical Ethics blog at University of Oxford:
University of Oxford
Here is the latest analysis of Ron Paul's position on legalization of drugs from the Practical Ethics blog at Oxford University:
Would love to see your discussion over on the blog ... what do you think?
Legalizing cannabis is a concept that will not soon go away. Bi-partisan legislation sponsored by Massachusetts's Rep. Barney Frank and Rep. Ron Paul of Texas tries to get rid of control over cannabis from the federal government's metal grip. According to Reason, states will then have the ability to choose on their own the best way to manage cannabis, including how to get tax profits. Source for this article - Frank-Paul pot bill seeks to legalize marijuana by Newsytype.com.
ACTIONABLE FRAUD AND USURPATION BY GREED AND AVARICE
NOTE:This was a letter I submitted to The Sierra Club, NORML and other entities supporting the legalization of Hemp. To this date, I have heard nothing back from them.
A viable plan to derail past and current hemp/marijuana laws and legislation by suing the perpetrating families that still profit from the lies, deceit and fraudulent conspiratorial nature of those laws and legislations.
The People v the Hearsts
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.