How have these fears played out in Colorado and Oregon?
Teen marijuana use is *DOWN* in Colorado.
 June 29, 2016 at 8:48pm
Oddly, I find that it is easier to slow down my brain and focus on a single thing, read deeply and learn.
I’ve been smoking daily for a few years now, and I haven’t gotten any more feelings-based. Logic still applies.
You’re spewing propaganda. Badly.
 June 29, 2016 at 8:45pm
I use it daily for chronic pain in my joints, and especially now that I’ve had back surgery and am just now able to take a few baby steps without falling down. I have several months to go, most likely, until I can drive. It helps immensely.
My wife says I’m an a**h*le if I don’t smoke. I went without for a few weeks one time, and finally turned to my wife and asked, “Am I like this all the time if I’m not smoking? I suck!” She nodded, and agreed that I should score soon.
It hurts to go without for a while, and I get grumpy as Hell. I’ve built a tolerance for it to the point that I can take a sufficient dose to make the pain abate, but I don’t get terribly mentally altered. Not that I don’t like to get high — I do — but that’s not why I smoke.
People are different, and have different motivations.
Ron Paul would not allow his son to be the VP of an authoritarian like Trump
Yeah, Rand Paul will embrace Trump's $1 trillion "stimulus", his universal health care and his higher taxes? Really? What color is the sky in your world?
Of course, Sessioms did, so I guess anything is possible, but I kind of like to believe Rand Paul has at least SOME principles.
June 22, 2016 at 4:51pm
… and understanding is achieved.
 June 22, 2016 at 4:47pm
Golly, I’m glad I never supported Cruz.
When the chips are down and the vote is close, we see exactly where he stands.
Texas, it’s time to flush that turd.
 June 15, 2016 at 10:40pm
So, if Cruz becomes the Republican nominee, by hook or by crook, HE will be defeated by Hillary.
I’d love to see both conventions flooded with them!
 May 4, 2016 at 1:44pm
Yep. All this.
If the Republicans had had a pair of stones between them — ALL OF THEM — Trump would not have come to be. He said it himself. He said he’d run when it seemed that there was no hope left, and when it seemed that nobody was working for the People. Trump is merely a symptom of end-stage political cancer.
The Republican party deserves every bit of castigation it receives, and that’s a fact.
But, it doesn’t deserve that shame because the voters have chosen to nominate Trump.
 May 4, 2016 at 1:40pm
Here’s the article, in a few words:
Bloviating butt-hurt because the Republicans were stupid enough to choose a non-establishment candidate. Whining because the people are listening to their own counsel, instead of heeding what talking heads like Walsh and Beck are pushing.