What Medical Marijuana Patients Have to Suffer Through To Get Medicine

A very honest account from a medical cannabis user about what he has had to go through to get his medicine and what might happen to him if he’s caught.
We must have compassion in our society if we are to survive, legalize medicinal Cannabis NOW!

I edited this video for Rangi because he was one of the few people to turn up to Dakta Green’s recent trial and he was sending me notes about the trial each day.
Seeing him suffering so much from his illness, I felt that he might have been losing a bit of faith in humanity, but, sometimes, people deserve to have their faith rewarded.
Vinny Eastwood

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2nd Amendment threatened in Obama’s trade plans

WND
31 January 2015

UNITED NATIONS – Giving President Obama fast-track authority to conclude an international trade agreement is like playing Russian roulette with six bullets in the chamber, says one of America’s leading gun rights organizations.

Gun Owners of America is blasting a congressional proposal that empowers Obama to unilaterally negotiate international agreements as “a ‘bait and switch’ scheme that could seriously impact the Second Amendment.”

House and Senate committees are currently preparing to hand Obama so-called “fast-track” trade promotion authority. It would enable the president to unilaterally negotiate the TransPacific Partnership, a trade and global governance agreement with the U.S. and 11 other nations bordering the Pacific Ocean. Continue reading 2nd Amendment threatened in Obama’s trade plans

Bill would let Texas teachers legally kill students

RT
30 January 2015

Affords educators legal immunity in the unlikely event that they happen to kill any of their students during school-sanctioned events

Schoolteachers in Texas will be allowed to use lethal force against students without risking legal repercussions if a new bill being considered in the Lone Star State’s legislature becomes a law.

The bill –HB 868, or the “Teacher’s Protection Act” – affords educators legal immunity in the unlikely event that they happen to kill any of their students during school-sanctioned events.

Specifically, the bill – introduced to the Texas State Legislature on January 22 by Rep. Dan Flynn (R-Canton) – says “an educator is justified in using force or deadly force on school property, on a school bus or at a school-sponsored event in defense of the educator’s person or in defense of students of the school that employs the educator if, under the circumstances as the educator reasonably believes them to be, the educator would be justified…in using force or deadly force, as applicable, in defense of the educator or students.” Continue reading Bill would let Texas teachers legally kill students