Daily Archives: August 6, 2014

Open Letter to Gov. Chris Christie from a Hardworking Jersey Girl

Open Letter to Gov. Chris Christie from a Hardworking Jersey Girl

Dear Mr. Christie, I am going to try to keep it clean, though I may not be able. As you know, we New Jerseyans do not mince words, and we will sooner tell you exactly how we feel about you than be inhibited by etiquette or protocol. So let me tell you my feelings, as […]

Open Letter to President Obama – Legalize it!

Open Letter to President Obama – Legalize it!

Dear President Obama, Once upon a time, you campaigned against prohibition.  Sadly, you turned into a jaded politician that presided over more marijuana arrests than any other president.  You’ve turned hope into dope by acting like one when it comes to addressing it.  You came around on gay rights, and now it’s time to come […]

Justice for Danielle Willard, Victim of Fatal Police Shooting

Justice for Danielle Willard, Victim of Fatal Police Shooting

Justice, for once and all for Danielle Willard? Will a crooked cop and an entire corrupt Narcotics Department in a small Utah town finally see the inside of a cell at the Utah State Prison for Manslaughter? Listen, Utah! Is that the sound of the wheels of justice slowly starting to turn around with the […]

International Cannabis Business Conference in Portland, OR

International Cannabis Business Conference in Portland, OR

Next month, on September 13th and 14th, some of the brightest stars in the cannabis industry will descend on Portland, Oregon for a two-day conference. It’s the International Cannabis Business Conference, and it’s being held at the Portland Ballroom of the Oregon Convention Center. Tickets start at $499 and increase from there, with special tickets […]

POEM: Every Year You Die Again

POEM: Every Year You Die Again

Though it has been Twenty four years Since you took your life There are days When I feel you In my cells Emanating life force I’m transported To the shade Of our avocado tree In Florida Where you rocked me Back and forth When I could still fit Into your lap I looked up at […]