Daily Archives: September 16, 2013

BREAKING: Michigan Court Breaks Law, Removes Six-Month-Old From Parents

BREAKING: Michigan Court Breaks Law, Removes Six-Month-Old From Parents

UPDATE: As of mid-afternoon on¬†Thursday, October 3rd, 2013, the criminal charges filed against Steve and Maria Green in Oakland County (related to their legal medical marijuana growing operation) have been dropped. There has been no official statement as to whether or not this will affect the Ingham County DHS’s decision to remove their daughter from […]

The First Time I Smoked K2 Spice I Thought I Was Going To Die

The First Time I Smoked K2 Spice I Thought I Was Going To Die

I have seen a definitive increase in the number of stories in the mainstream media in the last few months about people using synthetic marijuana and experiencing frightening and sometimes fatal reactions. This week it was reported that three people in Colorado died recently after smoking synthetic marijuana, and up to 75 hospitalizations have been […]

REVIEW: Extreme Soap Nuts Shampoo

REVIEW: Extreme Soap Nuts Shampoo

by Sarah Miranda Having to washing my hair used to be something I hated. I would see strands fall off my head and into the drain. I kept telling myself that wasn’t normal. But, I continued washing and using the same or different products in hopes my results would change. My scalp would itch and […]

Foundation Established By Rosenberg Son Supports Activist Families Under Attack

Foundation Established By Rosenberg Son Supports Activist Families Under Attack

PHOTO: Ethel and Julius Rosenberg by¬†Amber Black, Rosenberg Fund for Children In 1950, at the height of the McCarthy-era Red Scare, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were arrested and charged with giving the secret of the Atomic Bomb to the Soviet Union. The young couple, left-wing activists who had grown up in poverty on New York […]

Scissor Sisters: Running The Best All-Girl Trim Crew In Northern California

Scissor Sisters: Running The Best All-Girl Trim Crew In Northern California

by Amanda Bushwacker It’s that time of year again, when migrant farm workers everywhere prepare for the annual marijuana harvest. You may think of us day-laborers as hippies, entitled rich kids who gave up on college sophomore year to slum around the Emerald Triangle trying to earn cash to supply our nag champa and organic […]