On a Postive Life and Liberty Note

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On a sarcastic note, investors making money deems the flow of cannabis essential.

On a positive life and liberty affirming note, cannabis as a medicine, sacrament or ritual is essential to a healthy and holistic community.

Which note is most worthy to reprise?

Which chord would you strike?

Our nation is at a threatening but opportunistic crossroads.

In the coming days, weeks and months, we will have the required and most necessary opportunities to rethink and possibly reset our individual values, habits, and virtues, which in aggregate, form the collective reality we all share and suffer in and under.

Maybe we should cut ourselves some slack?

Maybe we should cut each other some slack?

To truly forgive others, we should first forgive ourselves.

We are capable of showering the appropriate grace while we still do a better job of holding ourselves and others accountable.

Cannabis Is Essential Medicine Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Perhaps a blessing amidst our current curse, some politicians are realizing many rules and regulations are roadblocks to innovation and improvements to human health and liberty.

It is incumbent upon us all to remind them of these facts once this current crisis has come to pass…

Cannabis is medicine. This is no longer up for debate, and it hasn’t been for years, as the world’s leading medical journals and scientific organizations are in universal agreement of this fact.

And so access to cannabis must be guaranteed in the upcoming weeks and months as the unknowns of this pandemic continue to reveal themselves.

Because marijuana remains federally illegal, the U.S. cannabis industry relies on a patchwork of state laws that differ wildly from California to Colorado to Connecticut—and we’re already seeing a variety of regulatory responses in the face of the novel coronavirus outbreak.

 

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Source: Cannabis Is Essential Medicine Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Why Does Sanders Support Foreign Aid to Israel? – Jacob Hornberger

Why should hard-pressed American taxpayers be forced to fund any foreign regime, including the dictatorial ones, like Egypt, which is the second largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid after Israel? Why shouldn’t Americans be free to keep their money and decide for themselves to whom to donate?

Moreover, consider the amount of federal spending and federal debt. The deficit is likely to hit $1 trillion this year. That means the feds are spending $1 trillion more than they are bringing in with taxes. Moreover, the federal debt now exceeds $22 trillion and is climbing. Trump and the Democrats have even struck a deal that lifts the debt ceiling again and are making sure that the issue doesn’t arise again until after the presidential election. Why should there be any foreign aid under these conditions?

How long are the American people going to put up with Republican-Democratic policies that are destroying both their liberty and their economic well-being? I say: Let’s cancel all foreign aid — to the Israeli government, to the Egyptian government, and to everyone else. It is the fiscally response thing to do. It is also the moral thing to do.

Source: Why Does Sanders Support Foreign Aid to Israel? – Jacob Hornberger – Libertarian for President

North Carolina For Hornberger

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Vote for Jacob Hornberger on Super Tuesday in the North Carolina Libertarian Primary.

For more information, including how to become a delegate at the state convention as well as find your polling place, visit https://jacobforliberty/northcarolina.com 
Or https://lpnc.org

Let Them Be Peace Officers Again

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Let police officers be peace officers like they were before the War on [some] Drugs.

The Drug War is a deadly and racist fool’s errand of the worst degree.

It puts our law enforcement officers and our communities in unnecessary peril.

It is past time to reform our Jim Crow judicial system…

Decriminalize Nature is Ending Prohibition of Plants & Fungi

If something grows out of the ground, let it grow.

Dozens of localities around the country are following Oakland’s example, forming their own Decriminalize Nature chapters to end prohibition around entheogenic plants and fungi.

In October of 2018, Plazola read Michael Pollan’s How to Change Your Mind and had his first psychedelic experience in 37 years: a “mushroom journey,” as he calls it, that changed everything he thought was right about the work he had done in California to normalize cannabis.

“As I began to emerge from the lobbying world, I asked, ‘where did we go wrong with cannabis?’” Plazola tells DoubleBlind. “That’s when I started asking, ‘Why did we cap possession levels to begin with?’ It was fear. ‘Why did we offer all these complex regulatory frameworks?’ It was fear.”

Together with Larry Norris, co-founder of the non-profit Entheogenic Research Integration and Education (ERIE), they created Decriminalize Nature with a vision for decriminalization that’s as simple as it gets: If something grows out of the ground, let it grow.

“When people go on the record before their elected officials to say ‘I broke the law and it helped heal me’ that’s a different level of investment and commitment in this process.”

 

Source: Decriminalize Nature is Ending Prohibition of Plants & Fungi | DoubleBlind

Mt. Pleasant Candidate Forum

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I hope to see some Libertarian faces in the crowd tomorrow.

Please join me if you can.