On Tuesday, June 23, Senators Graham (R-SC), Cotton (R-AR), and Blackburn (R-TN) introduced a bill that is a full-frontal nuclear assault on encryption in the United States. You can find the bill text here. It’s been formally introduced as Senate bill 4051, which you can track here. (Other reactions to the bill so far: EFF, Techdirt.)
After getting shut down by the COVID-19 quarantine, Montana advocates mounted a signature-gathering surge to put them over the top. The state needs to validate the signatures, then Cannabis legalization will be on the November 2020 ballot.
Cannabis legalization advocates in Montana submitted more than 130,000 signatures to state and county officials on Friday, which should be enough to put adult-use legalization on the ballot in November.If state officials verify the signatures, full legalization will be on the ballot in November.
Meet John McCain The New Heinrich Himmler
Why? ~ The NWO Do Need Their Bulldogs To Implant Their Ideology.
The Banker’s NWO Scheme Necessitates Removal Of Your Sovereign Freedom For Manageable Population Control.
This Could Reduce The Possibility Of Blowback From Critical Thinking Citizens That Mussolini Suffered.
Then In Their Utopian Land Of Sociopathic Elitism, Populations Are Corralled And/Or Actually Forced Into Labor.
The Results Of The Serf’s Labors Are Now Conveniently Stored Inside Rothschild’s Banks.
Now Everyone Is Happy Except The Ignorant Low Life Slave ~ Who They Do Not Want To Admit Is Their Fellow Man.
A Glaring Omission
With the 24/7 media circus coverage of Covid-19 I find it particularly interesting that there is an obvious glaring omission of some extremely important facts relative to dealing with a virus, especially one that is allegedly so virulent like this one. Yes, I read all about the critical need to shelter in place, stay inside away from other people, wash your hands constantly, avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth, wear your face mask and by all means observe social distancing if you MUST venture outside for food!
When the May jobs report came out with 2.5 million jobs added a drop in unemployment to 13.3%, I told several friends the numbers seemed implausible.
It appears I might have been right.
The Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics survey takers mistakenly misclassified about 4.9 million people as employed, although they were unemployed.
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United States Debt Clock. Review last column on the right of the chart. https://www.usdebtclock.org/#
Disney theme parks in the U.S. have been shuttered since mid-March and could remain that way until the beginning of 2021 due to the ongoing coronavirus health emergency, according to one analyst at global financial firm UBS.
The coronavirus flu has led to more than 454,000 illnesses and more than 20,550 deaths worldwide.
For comparison, in the U.S. alone, the influenzavirus flu has caused an estimated 38 million illnesses, 390,000 hospitalizations and 23,000 deaths this season, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
*Worldwide and on the same timeline as the coronavirus flu ~ the influenzavirus flu also from China led up to +290,000 deaths. World Health Organization
Another extraordinary article from Ron Unz. It looks like the Soleimani murder is just part of a decades long pattern, as American statecraft blends indistinguishably with Israel’s penchant for the underhanded and bloody.
9/11, the Kennedys, senior American polticians and bureaucrats – they even seriously considered assassinating the elder George Bush in 1991, when he was president! Jaw dropping stuff.
America is pushing for a shooting war with Russia over Syria. Though the US is unlikely to support Turkey against Russia and Syria, eventually America’s illegal enclaves in Syria will be addressed, first by a popular uprising now taking root but military action will follow.
This military action by the US will be like nothing before, a war against a triumphant nation with powerful friends, a war America can never win and a war no American will support, particularly when it involves dying for a publicly pronounced policy of oil theft and bullying.
- There are already five confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S.
- Medical experts believe influenza is deadlier than the coronavirus
- Influenza could cause 61,000 deaths in the U.S.
Despite the growing number of cases of the novel coronavirus in different parts of the world, medical experts warned that influenza is still a far more dangerous disease. According to the experts, the flu virus poses a deadlier threat to the U.S. than the coronavirus.
The first suspected cases of the novel coronavirus appeared last month in Wuhan, which is in the Hubei province of China. Since then, the virus has found its way to other countries. As of this writing, there are already five confirmed cases of the infectious disease in the U.S.
Although the coronavirus should be taken seriously due to its potential to cause pneumonia, medical experts believe there is another disease that’s far deadlier than the virus from China. According to Dr. William Schaffner of the Vanderbilt University Medical Center, the coronavirus pales in comparison to influenza.
“When we think about the relative danger of this new coronavirus and influenza, there’s just no comparison,” he said, according to USA Today. “Coronavirus will be a blip on the horizon in comparison. The risk is trivial.”
Despite the dangerous nature of influenza, most people are no longer as afraid of it as they should be because they are very familiar with its nature. As noted by Schaffner, people tend to fear diseases that come from foreign places because they are more exotic and mysterious.
“Familiarity breeds indifference,” he explained. “Because it’s new, it’s mysterious and comes from an exotic place, the coronavirus creates anxiety.”
Due to the dangerous nature of influenza, medical experts urged the importance of getting vaccinated to prevent the spread of the disease.
CONCORD, N.H. (Feb. 4, 2020) – Last week, a New Hampshire House committee approved a bill that would legalize personal possession and cultivation of marijuana in the state, despite federal prohibition on the same.
A bipartisan coalition of representatives introduced House Bill 1648 (HB1648) on Jan. 8. The legislation would allow adults over 21 to possess 3/4 of an ounce of marijuana and grow up to six plants in their homes. Under the proposed law, individuals would also be able to give up to 3/4 of an ounce of cannabis to another person. HB1648 would not authorize retail sales of marijuana.
On Jan. 29, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee advanced the measure with an ought-to-pass recommendation by a 13-7 vote.
Renny Cushing (D-Hampton) is one of the bill sponsors. He said he thinks the legalization of cannabis is more popular than the legislature itself or the governor or any other political entity in the state of New Hampshire.
“This is something that the people of the state of New Hampshire want. They don’t want to be treated like they’re criminals if they have a plant.”
Efforts to legalize marijuana in New Hampshire continue to move forward despite ongoing federal prohibition.
EFFECT ON FEDERAL PROHIBITION
Under the federal Controlled Substances Act (CSA) passed in 1970, the federal government maintains complete prohibition of marijuana. Of course, the federal government lacks any constitutional authority to ban or regulate cannabis within the borders of a state, despite the opinion of the politically connected lawyers on the Supreme Court. If you doubt this, ask yourself why it took a constitutional amendment to institute federal alcohol prohibition.
Despite federal prohibition, New Hampshire legalized medical marijuana in 2013 and has since expanded the program. In September 2017, a law decriminalizing simple marijuana possession went into effect, and the state followed up by creating a process to expunge some marijuana charges last year.
Passage of HB1648 would remove yet another layer of laws prohibiting the possession and use of marijuana in New Hampshire, but federal prohibition would remain in effect. This is significant because FBI statistics show that law enforcement makes approximately 99 of 100 marijuana arrests under state, not federal law. When states stop enforcing marijuana laws, they sweep away most of the basis for 99 percent of marijuana arrests.
Furthermore, figures indicate it would take 40 percent of the DEA’s yearly-budget just to investigate and raid all of the dispensaries in Los Angeles – a single city in a single state. That doesn’t include the cost of prosecution. The lesson? The feds lack the resources to enforce marijuana prohibition without state assistance.
A GROWING MOVEMENT
New Hampshire joins a growing number of states simply ignoring federal prohibition, and nullifying it in practice.
Colorado, Washington state, Oregon and Alaska were the first states to legalize recreational cannabis, and California, Nevada, Maine and Massachusetts joined them after ballot initiatives in favor of legalization passed in November 2016. Michigan followed suit when voters legalized cannabis for general use in 2018. Vermont became the first state to legalize marijuana through a legislative act in 2018. Illinois followed suit in 2019.
With 33 states including allowing cannabis for medical use, the feds find themselves in a position where they simply can’t enforce prohibition anymore.
“The lesson here is pretty straightforward. When enough people say, ‘No!’ to the federal government, and enough states pass laws backing those people up, there’s not much the feds can do to shove their so-called laws, regulations or mandates down our throats,” Tenth Amendment Center founder and executive director Michael Boldin said.
The push to legalize recreational marijuana in New Hampshire underscores another important strategic reality. Once a state legalizes marijuana – even if only in a very limited way – it tends to eventually expand. As the state tears down some barriers, markets develop and demand expands. That creates pressure to further relax state law. These new laws represent a further erosion of unconstitutional federal marijuana prohibition.
HB1648 will now move to the full House where it must pass by a majority vote before moving to the Senate for further consideration.
- Missouri Nullifies Jeffie Sessions Federal Over-Reach Criminalization Of Cannabis 2018
- Wisconsin Bill Nullifies Federal Prohibition Of Cannabis 2017
- Big Pharma Frightened After New Study Shows Cannabis Is A Highly Effective Natural Antidepressant 2016
- The Federal Government Lacks Any Constitutional Authority To Regulate Cannabis: State Of Washington Protects Citizens Freedom To Use Cannabis As THEY See Fit. 2014
- Media Mogul William Hearst’s Reefer Madness Propaganda: Medical Cannabis Becomes Law 2014
- Cannabis The Most Medicinal Plant on the Planet: Nicknamed Marijuana! 2014
- The Top 10 Studies Validating The Medicinal Power Of Cannabis. 2014
- United Nations Attempted To Outlaw Cannabis in 2012
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Murder rates in New York City are up 55 percent in 2019 compared to the same time frame in 2018, according to NYPD statistics.
From the start of 2019 through Sunday, there have been 48 murders in New York City, compared to 31 in the same seven-week time frame in 2018, the New York Daily Newsreported.