New Jersey Finally Approves Medical Marijuana for Treatment of Anxiety, Migraines, Tourette’s, and Chronic Pain

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Medical Marijuana in N.J. is Now Available for Chronic Pain, Anxiety, Migraines:
http://www.nj.com/marijuana/2018/03/chronic_pain_anxiety_migraine_sufferers_may_apply.html#incart_most-read_

(Payton Guion and Susan K. Livio) Effectively immediately, doctors in New Jersey can recommend their patients use medical marijuana to treat anxiety, various forms of chronic pain, migraines and Tourette’s syndrome.

The conditions have been added under the first stage of a wide-ranging expansion of the medicinal marijuana program announced Tuesday by Gov. Phil Murphy .

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: Do you think NJ’s criminal government will clear the records of those victims they previously kidnapped, robbed, stripped, caged, and extorted merely for engaging in this exact peaceful, victimless activity, before it magically became “legal”? I’m asking for a friend. 😉

Jeff Session’s Malfunctioning Thinking Cap

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by the page, “Being Classically Liberal,” and originally posted it to the wall of family, along with commentary…

“Marijuana should be illegal
States rights!”

My Commentary: His thinking cap doesn’t appear to be working too well…

But, Without Government, Who Would Legally Rape Individuals Under Color of Law?

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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PA Cops Have Woman’s Rectum, Vagina Searched After Traffic Stop:
http://www.copblock.org/157958/pa-cops-have-womans-rectum-vagina-searched-after-traffic-stop/

(n a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court that is still working its way through the legal system, a Pennsylvania woman claims that New Castle police officers violated her civil and constitutional rights during a traffic stop back in Nov. 2013.

Kimberlee Carbone says she was pulled over under the pretext of not “apply[ing] her turn signal at least 100 feet before the intersection” as per Pennsylvania law, before she was forced to endure five hours of humiliation. Officer David Maiella had made the stop after seeing a man “briefly enter an apartment” and then get into Carbone’s car that he suspected of buying drugs, according to the lawsuit.

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My Commentary: But, without government, who would legally rape individuals under color of law?

But, Without Government, Who Would Institutionalize Systemic Injustice?

As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artwork here, being shared by an acquaintance from hereand originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…

"American Injustice: Authorities uncovered that Wachovia bank laundered $378.4 billion for a Mexican drug cartel. The bank was fined just $50 million (2% of its profits) and no one went to jail. But, we lock up kids over a dime bag of pot. Let that sink in."

“American Injustice: Authorities uncovered that Wachovia bank laundered $378.4 billion for a Mexican drug cartel. The bank was fined just $50 million (2% of its profits) and no one went to jail. But, we lock up kids over a dime bag of pot. Let that sink in.”

My Commentary: But, without government…

Even the Mainstream Media Monopoly is Questioning the Merit of the DEA’s Decision on Cannabis

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

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Stop Treating Marijuana Like Heroin:
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/13/opinion/a-small-victory-for-more-sensible-marijuana-policies.html

Supporters of a saner marijuana policy scored a small victory this week when the Obama administration said it would authorize more institutions to grow marijuana for medical research. But the government passed up an opportunity to make a more significant change.

The Drug Enforcement Administration on Thursday turned down two petitions— one from the governors of Rhode Island and Washington and the other from a resident of New Mexico — requesting that marijuana be removed from Schedule 1 of the Controlled Substances Act.

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My Commentary: Even mainstream media is questioning the merits of the DEA’s decision on cannabis.