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Uh-Oh, SpaghettiOs: Woman Jailed for Possession of Spoon

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I’m not even joking about the woman jailed and the reason for it. The spoon in question actually had old, dried SpaghettiOs on it. I know, gross. But hardly illegal. Ashley Gabrielle Huff, a 23-year-old from Commerce, Georgia, was in

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Two VA Employees Caught Running Cocaine Ring Out of VA Center

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It looks like the VA is guilty of more than just putting veterans on a long wait list that often waited until after the patient had died to see them. Apparently, some VA workers decided they weren’t making enough money

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Charlie Crist's Boss and Campaign Advisor Caught in Marijuana Haze!

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After Charlie Crist’s political fortunes imploded in his doomed run for the Senate he returned to working as a lawyer. The firm he joined is helmed by Crist’s good friend and campaign contributor, John Morgan. Well, Morgan may have given

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Anti-Marijuana Spokesmen Are on Big Pharma Payroll

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All I can say is I’m not surprised. Big Pharma has spent billions on lobbying the FDA, and apparently they also pay millions to well-credentialed “experts” to run their PR campaigns against competitors: in this case, cheap legal marijuana. VICE

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Tennessee is Drug Testing Welfare Recipients and This is What They Found Out

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The state of Tennessee has started drug testing welfare recipients in an effort to curb the amount of state and federal money going to the purchase and use of illegal drugs. But so far, they have turned up almost nothing.

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Legalized Marijuana Might Reduce Fatal Car Crashes

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There’s been an unexpected twist to the legalized marijuana story. It appears that the initial statistics coming out of Colorado indicate that, contrary to the dire predictions of those against legal pot, fatal crashes are actually down since Colorado legalized

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Teen Pot Use Declines in Colorado Despite Legalization

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You don’t have to be a pothead or advocate teen pot use to be in favor of pot decriminalization. Just like, you don’t have to be a drunk to be in favor of alcohol legalization. And you don’t have to

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Woman Jailed for Buying 2 Boxes of Sudafed at the Grocery Store

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It was July of 2010, and Florida resident Mickey Lynn Goodson’s allergies were flaring up again. The pharmacist at her local Winn-Dixie suggested that she buy a couple boxes of Sudafed. Little did she know, however, that while Sudafed is

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Police Kill Two Family Dogs in No-Knock Raid

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A no-knock raid was executed on a St. Paul, Minnesota family’s house recently. The police had a search warrant for drugs and weapons. As for the probable cause, which is supposed to be the basis of a warrant, I have

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Tons of Drugs Marching Across Border While Border Patrol Babysitting Illegal Kids

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The news has been full of reports of unaccompanied illegal kids crossing our southern border. Most of them are from Central America where a number of drug cartels are located. So far there have been over 51,000 illegals kids caught

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Cops Plant Drugs in Woman’s House and Tamper With Blood Tests to Justify Illegal Search

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A lot of cops seem to have trouble catching up with the surveillance state. They still act like crooked cops even though they have their own dash cams staring right at them and listening to everything they’re saying. If it

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Colorado Man under Influence of Legal Pot Kills Wife

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When Colorado legalized the recreational use of marijuana, I predicted that it would lead to more deaths in the state. Earlier this month I wrote about the death of Levy Thamba; a 19 year old exchange student from the Republic

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