The Trudeau Liberals returned to power on October 19, 2015. In the last year they’ve done some things I’ve disagreed with, and some things I approve of. I’ll list them from memory, because if I can’t recall them, they probably didn’t leave too much of a negative or positive impression:
B -Allowed 25000+ new . . . → Read More: Saskboy's Abandoned Stuff: Liberal 1 Year Report Card
Richard Nixon was not a good man. The people around him weren’t good either. They intentionally lied about the harm of hard drugs (and ‘soft’ drugs too), in order to concoct a reason for law enforcement officers to harass and jail African Americans and anti-war protesters. “We knew we couldn’t make it illegal to be […] . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Why The Drug War Is Inherently Racist and Pro-War
Anyone else smell pants burning? Maybe it’s something else. Hold on, you’re about to get whiplash. I guess having an empty head is a biological advantage since your brain doesn’t rattle around when you change direction this quickly. Not even Google can keep up with her position. “June 11, 2015 10:19PM EDT Health Minister Rona […] . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Rona Ambrose – Smoke From The Ears
Today is going to be a what if kind of day. No, I do not think Stephen Harper has a chance at retaining his role as Prime Minister, but if for some chance he does, you know what immediately happens next: Bill C-51 gets beefed up and Marijuana remains illegal, or does it? Let’s get . . . → Read More: The Political Road Map: How to make Marijuana legal if Stephen Harper wins…
Today is going to be a what if kind of day. No, I do not think Stephen Harper has a chance at retaining his role as Prime Minister, but if for some chance he does, you know what immediately happens next: Bill C-51 gets beefed up and Marijuana remains i… . . . → Read More: The Political Road Map: How to make Marijuana legal if Stephen Harper wins…
We still have a long way to go before the Oct 19th Federal election and the campaign is getting goofier by the day.
Steve says that Canadians do not want pot legalized. Such a
Hemp has enormous potential to help us build an ecologically sound society. It can replace most uses of tree-derived paper products and lumber, thus saving vast amounts of forests. It can eliminate and replace most uses of synthetic fibres, which are used in clothing, furniture, carpets and textiles, and virtually all uses of plastics, . . . → Read More: Writings of J. Todd Ring: Hemp Revolution
Is this Ten Percenter surely a sign of the ReformCons knowing how they are oh-so-much screwed. But yeah, how about those fonts? (2) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario
Trudeau, Ford Set Bad Example For Country: Justice Minister
Globalnews.ca | Posted: 11/17/2013 11:09 am EST
Hey, McKay, pot callin’ the kettle..guess it’s okay to waste taxpayers’ money, and be the kind of grifter that imperiously orders up a an Armed Forces helicopter when you need a ride from your fishing trip..and hey, . . . → Read More: Left Over: Morality-Lite: MacKay’s Glass House
… and then there are Conservative Party of Canada lies and misrepresentations! And the latter category can contain some whoppers!!! This is what has me pissed off: Please find below a statement from the Honourable Steven Blaney, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness. Yesterday we learned that Justin Trudeau’s Chief Financial Officer and senior . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: There are regular lies and misrepresentations…
$1.3B medical marijuana free market coming to Canada New system will use large indoor marijuana farms certified by RCMP
The Canadian Press Posted: Sep 29, 2013 3:52 PM ET Last Updated: Sep 29, 2013 5:27 PM
Well, Emperor Steve acknowledges that dirty oil isn’t the only ‘natural resource’ his friends can get rich with…and . . . → Read More: Left Over: Continuous ConJob Growing Like a Weed….
Inspired by these headlines: http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2013/08/28/pol-liberal-summer-caucus.html
Wait, that title is supposed to be, “Minister Comments On Drugs“. Wait, maybe, “Minister Makes Comments About Drugs”, is less ambiguous?
The Conservatives wouldn’t dream of commenting on drug regulations, obviously.
Wow. Stop the presses! Big freaking deal. So Steve thinks that the honest admission of Justin T that he smoked some weed a few years ago is enough of a reason to declare the leader of the LPC as unfit to be PM. Yet, according to Mr. Harper, a PM who: – appoints crooks and . . . → Read More: Trashy’s World: JT smoked pot
Here is Bill Maher’s take on Pot
At the close of Saturday’s “Real Time,” Bill Maher made the case for legalizing marijuana to be the next big civil rights issue, following in the footsteps of gay marriage.
As Maher explained, proponents of legalization have to demand that it be accepted, . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Marijuana is the New ‘Gay Marriage’ -Bill Maher-Video
Underground grow-op found under fake horse paddock Fake fire pit, dog house and horse paddock all hid underground operation CBC News Posted: May 7, 2013 2:16 PM PT
Canada’s Provincial and Federal governments can be said to be implicit partners in this ‘enterprise,’ and so many others around BC and the rest of the country, . . . → Read More: Left Over: And the Drug War Drags On……
The above heading on the front page of The Huffington Post gives the impression that Mulcair, Leader of NDP, puffs pot. But when you click on the story the actual heading is “NDP Clarifies Mulcair Stance On Marijuana“.
The NDP seems to want to lag behind the Liberals when it comes to the smart on drugs plan. The NDP apparently according to George Soule the NDP wants to decriminalize pot (making it no longer illegal to have). While the Liberals are now the only party fully in favor of legalizing and taxing marijuana. The main difference is . . . → Read More: The Happy Wanderer: NDP Not Legalizing Pot
I’ve been increasingly hard on the Liberals since the first days post-Chretien. So much so, I’ve gravitated towards the NDP. A prime indicator for me of my feelings towards the parties has been that which distinguishes their attitudes towards the war on drugs, particularly in regards to victimless pot.
For me, this . . . . . → Read More: War on drugs. NDP vs. Liberals.
The notorious Pat Robertson — yep, the “700 Club” Pat Robertson — says pot should be legal “like alcohol“: Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson says marijuana should be legalized and treated like alcohol because the government’s war on drugs has failed. The outspoken evangelical Christian and host of “The 700 Club” on the Virginia Beach-based Christian . . . → Read More: Focus on the 420
“Hey, this is some good reefer. I just saw the future. It’s just like the 30’s in Canada only worse!”
Harper tells them to buzz off. He is determined to send Canada back a century, if not the middle ages.
But the Harper government remains unswayed.
In a statement Tuesday, a spokeswoman for Justice . . . → Read More: American law enforcement officials: "U.S. is becoming ‘more progressive’ than Canada"
I found the reason Paul McCartney stopped smoking pot ‘to be a better parent’ to be a laughable excuse. He’s been smoking pot for at least 48 years, through three marriages and five children, and the family situation has never bothered his pot habits before now.
Looking at his current wife’s history, once married to . . . → Read More: Did Paul McCartney’s right-wing wife stop him smoking pot?
Many people come to my blog to read about things neither of us wish were happening, but they want my opinion about it along with some facts I’ve found. Here’s some news that some people may find very interesting, and it backs up a study I remember reading about years ago.
It should be pointed . . . → Read More: Saskboy’s Abandoned Stuff: Smoking Pot Not As Damaging to Lungs as Cigarettes
Well, Duh! A new report entitled “Breaking the Silence” says that the current criminalization of marijuana only supports organized crime. In other words, Steve Harper supports organized crime.Stop the Violence B.C., which comprises do… . . . → Read More: The Disaffected Lib: Criminalizing Pot Only Breeds Criminals
Why does it always take scientists, educators and experts to tell the government, media and the captains of industry that what they are doing is counter productive to a safe, progressive and profitable country? Oh yeah, because the politicians, media a… . . . → Read More: Department of I could’ve told you that: Marijuana prohibition fuels gang violence