Paradigm Shift: After Arresting Thousands for It, Police Dept. Claims Officers Can Now Use Cannabis

Paradigm Shift: After Arresting Thousands for It, Police Dept. Claims Officers Can Now Use Cannabis By Rachel Blevins The same substance that was once demonized as a “dangerous drug” is now being accepted in a police department where officials have decided to treat cannabis like alcohol, and they are now allowing their officers to use the plant—as long as they are off-duty. As the city of Vancouver, Canada prepares to legalize cannabis for recreational use in the coming weeks, the Vancouver Police Board has announced that its officers will be…

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FBI Made Innocent Man’s Life a Living Hell, Told Him They Would Stop if He Became a Snitch—Lawsuit

FBI Made Innocent Man’s Life a Living Hell, Told Him They Would Stop if He Became a Snitch—Lawsuit By Rachel Blevins Portland, OR – A federal appeals court has ruled that a man can move forward with his lawsuit alleging that he was placed on the “No-Fly List” in the United States because the Federal Bureau of Investigation was trying to convince him to become an informant. Yonas Fikre is a Muslim-American man who initially filed a lawsuit in 2013, three years after he was placed on the No-Fly List…

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State Passes Revolutionary Law To Let Elementary Students Have Access To Medical Cannabis In School

State Passes Revolutionary Law To Let Elementary Students Have Access To Medical Cannabis In School By Rachel Blevins While the United States Federal Government continues to claim that cannabis is a deadly drug with no medicinal value, the state of Illinois is setting a new precedent by passing a law that allows all students to use medical cannabis in school. House Bill 4870 was signed into law by Gov. Bruce Rauner on Wednesday after it was passed by the state legislature with overwhelming support in a vote of 99-1. It…

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As VA Continues To Hook Veterans On Dangerous Opioids, Local Growers Offer Them Free Cannabis

As VA Continues To Hook Veterans On Dangerous Opioids, Local Growers Offer Them Free Cannabis By Rachel Blevins Santa Cruz, CA – While the United States federal government and the Department of Veterans Affairs continue their efforts to keep cannabis from the people who need it the most, local growers are starting a movement in a state that is known for its “big government,” in an effort to make a difference in their community. It is no secret that the VA has a history of failing to provide proper medical…

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In Just the Last Two Weeks, Dozens of Children in Iowa Have Vanished

In Just the Last Two Weeks, Dozens of Children in Iowa Have Vanished By Rachel Blevins A young University of Iowa student made headlines recently after she disappeared during an evening jog—but she is just one of the dozens of people who have been reported missing in Iowa in the last 10 days, and the overwhelming majority of the disappearances are children. Mollie Tibbetts, 20, has become the latest face of the missing person database this week after she was last seen going for a jog near her boyfriend’s house…

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Greedy Lawmakers Now Pushing Tax on Most Basic Human Necessity—Tap Water

Greedy Lawmakers Now Pushing Tax on Most Basic Human Necessity—Tap Water By Rachel Blevins As residents in New Jersey prepare to pay for the latest budget increase passed by their state legislature—which will cost a whopping $37.4 billion—one state lawmaker is openly proposing a tax on one of the most basic resources that every individual uses on a daily basis: tap water. Democratic State Senator Bob Smith is pushing for the tax, which he refers to as a “user fee” that will be forced upon residents based on how much…

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As Americans Argue Over Russia, US Gov’t Quietly Allows “Dark Money” Groups to Keep Donors Secret

As Americans Argue Over Russia, US Gov’t Quietly Allows “Dark Money” Groups to Keep Donors Secret By Rachel Blevins While politicians and mainstream media outlets obsess over President Trump’s recent press conference with Russian President Putin, the United States Treasury quietly announced that it will no longer force “dark money” groups or certain tax-exempt organizations to disclose their financial donors. While traditional charity groups must still disclose donors in order to receive tax-exempt donations, the change allows labor unions, nonprofits and issue advocacy groups to be free from being forced…

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Media Silent As US Agrees To “Full Implementation” of United Nations Gun Control Pact

Media Silent As US Agrees To “Full Implementation” of United Nations Gun Control Pact By Rachel Blevins While the United States is typically set apart from other countries when it comes to gun laws, a recent conference with the United Nations has raised major red flags, as the U.S. agreed to enact “full implementation” of an international agreement on gun control that will violate Americans’ constitutional rights by adding their personal information to a global database. The Third Review Conference (RevCon) of the United Nations’ Program of Action (PoA) on…

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Police State Defined—Man Facing Jail Time For Overdue $5 Movie Rental

Police State Defined—Man Facing Jail Time For Overdue $5 Movie Rental By Rachel Blevins Tulsa, OK – A man who never returned the copy of the movie Ted he rented for $5 from a local store in 2014 was contacted by police and threatened with jail time if he did not pay the hefty fine that has accumulated over the last four years. Lonnie Perry said he vaguely remembers renting the movie, watching it and then forgetting to return it—but he became homeless around that time, and he believes the…

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Mainstream Media Admits FBI Groomed Terrorist for 4th of July Attack, Gave Him Supplies

Mainstream Media Admits FBI Groomed Terrorist for 4th of July Attack, Gave Him Supplies By Rachel Blevins Cleveland, Ohio – An innocent man is now facing terrorism charges after he was caught plotting a bombing at a Fourth of July celebration and then arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. The only problem is that the plot was created by undercover FBI agents, who convinced the man to agree to a role in the plan, and then provided him with supplies. Demetrius Pitts, 48, is now facing criminal charges after…

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