Teddy C.: I think the DEA is doing the pharmaceutical industry’s dirty work because it would lower people’s dependence on prescription drugs and thus affect their bottom line.
Tammy S.: So I’m confused. If the leaf helps people to recover from heroin addiction why make it a Class I? Isn’t this a good thing. The attached article says it’s non-addictive.
Rayn: Government creates law against substance. Government seizes substance whenever possible. Government law, and enforcement of it, lead to artificial scarcity. Government law, enforcement and subsequent artificial scarcity, drive drugs into black market. Government corners black market, as only entity legally allowed to possess substance. Government monopoly and control over substance drive prices into sky.
Two men have been arrested for turning a North Carolina country club mansion into a massive marijuana farm.
Hong and Haih Nguyen rented a large Sapona Ridge Country Club home in the small town of Lexington where WFMY reported they operated seven grow rooms containing more than 500 pounds of pot when cops stormed in Monday evening.
My Commentary: Thieving pigs enforce immoral “laws” to promote poverty, corner the black market for the State, and consolidate more power into the hands of the government officials at the expense of peaceful individuals.
As I scrolled through my Facebook news feed, I discovered the following artworkhere, being shared by the page, “Plant-Based Whole Food Living,” and originally posted it to my own wall, along with commentary…
“Think about it: if there is a ‘health food’ section in the grocery store, what does that make the rest of the food sold there?”
(Jay Syrmopoulos) The federal government has once again revealed itself as nothing more than puppets to the big pharma industry. On Thursday, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) moved to deny any changes to marijuana under its federal drug schedule, keeping the drug in the most restrictive category for U.S. law enforcement purposes.
For decades the pharmaceutical industry has poured millions into the pockets of corrupt politicians as they lobbied to keep cannabis illegal. As the Free Thought Project reported last month, a new study from the University of Georgia shows exactly why all that money was spent. Legal marijuana destroys big pharma’s profits.
The following correspondence originally took place on the Facebook wall of an acquaintance, after they shared my post, “Know Thy Protein!,” and tagged me…
Allison H.: Saving this! Awesome to know! Thanks Rayn!
“8 Great Sources of Plant-Based Protein: Tempeh, 1 cup, 30 g Almonds, 3 oz., 18 g Lentils, 1 cup, 18 g Chickpeas, 1 cup, 15 g Quinoa, 1 cup, 11 g Peas, 1 cup, 9 g Oats, 1 cup, 7 g Spinach, 1 cup cooked, 5 g” (The VeganRoad)