Video of Obama saying he does NOT support the legalization of marijuana and joking about comments to his website
California’s highly publicized effort to legalize the commercial cultivation and sale of cannabis is getting some well-deserved company!
BC Police officer David Bratzer wants the provincial government to regulate drugs like it regulates alcohol
The only way to stop drug gangs is to end their monopoly on production
Jack Layton, the leader of the federal New Democrats, whom many of you may remember as the man who sat in Marc Emery's house and referred to marijuana as "a wonderful substance" that ought to be legalized, today said his party is not in favour of legalization (on CKNW radio, 9:05-9:30, Bill Good show).
Could marijuana be the answer to the economic misery facing California? Democratic state assemblyman Tom Ammiano thinks so. Ammiano introduced legislation last month that would legalize pot and allow the state to regulate and tax its sale — a move that could mean billions of dollars for the cash-strapped state.
Members of Congress like to guzzle the booze, but when it comes to the questions of drugs and states' rights, don't ask them for a friendly ear. That's the overriding message carried by Texas Republican Congressman Ron Paul on a Friday night appearance with Stephen Baldwin on CNN's Larry King Live.
The harm caused by prohibition is staggering, yet still politicians cling to the blinkered ambition of a global 'war on drugs'
The Prince of Pot discusses gang violence, prohibition, and the drug war on CKNW News Radio