The Hmong have been getting ‘it’ from all sides of the proverbial pond as the expression goes. Here in California the Hmong have been singled out as the group who are being deprived of water in Siskiyou County. And in Laos the Hmong are being persecuted.
The simple point is it is time for cannabis to enjoy its rightful status as a federally legal substance and not simply a ‘step-child’ industry without the same rights that other regulated legal industries enjoy.
Society has always divided itself into class structures. Rich and poor, slave and free man is not a new concept and has been around since Aristotle.
My absolute favorite so far, perhaps not counting our current POTUS who I think has great heart and talent, is Barack Obama. Obama raises the bar on class to a level most people could not reach if they planted a beanstalk.
I have a love hate relationship with Amazon. I love the ease, I order constantly from books to candles to pillowcases. I shop at Whole Foods almost exclusively. I struggle with the company not paying its fair share to Uncle Sam.
The non-ordinary appears to be becoming the ordinary state of discourse in politics this week – in the space of two days Francis Collins, director of the National Institute of Health (NIH) copped to the fact that psychedelics…
The first time I heard the term Iron Dome I envisioned this invisible ceiling over Israeli airspace that had the capability of keeping anything nefarious from entering and consequently falling to land.
Cannabis dispensaries and services were deemed essential services early on during the pandemic. The cannabis industry is a viable and needed service for many who depend on this medicine for relief of pain and other disorders.