The scene could be any classroom in any institute of higher learning: A lecturer goes into great detail about a complex topic. Students, in turn, scribble notes and wonder quietly what information they might need to retain for the final exam.
Browsing: Oaksterdam University
Casey Robinson of Santa Cruz, Calif. served in the Marine Corps from March 2001 to March 2006, completing three tours in Iraq.
POT TV - Cannabis pioneer and activist Steve Kubby is now on Pot TV with KUBBY TV. Legendary civil rights attorney, Tony Serra, shares the shocking details of what happened to journalist Jose Gutierrez and why it matters to all of us.
As third-party hero Gary Johnson cements his status as the most viable alternative presidential candidate in recent memory (the Libertarian challenger to Obama-Romney broke the 10 percent mark in one recent poll of Ohio voters), it appears clear to marijuana-minded voters that there's no better friend at the ballot box than the former New Mexico governor.
Probably everybody who is reading this blog has seen the Kony 2012 video that went viral, amassing 28 million hits in its first day. When we say "viral", we think of something spreading instantaneously over a wide swath of demographics.
CANNABIS CULTURE - A "For Lease" sign now sits on the Oaksterdam mural on the side of the school's building.
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CANNABIS CULTURE - Between 400 and 500 people converged on San Francisco city hall yesterday for a unity rally in support of medical marijuana.
Medical marijuana activists were puzzling Monday over a federal raid on one of the nation’s most prominent pot legalization advocates, suggesting it may be intended to send a signal that no one was safe as the Obama administration tries to crack down on dispensaries.
What many saw as the inevitable hit Oaksterdam founder Richard Lee on Monday, when federal agents came knocking at the home and businesses of the man who has become the marijuana movement's de-facto figurehead.