- Petition to Put Marijuana Question Into Presidential Debates Online [1 Update]
- "Rev. Tom Brown" outs himself – Re: Clarification of what DC mmj means for us [4 Updates]
- 10 mth old pup eats medbrowny [3 Updates]
- LA City Council REPEALS Ban On Medical Cannabis Dispensaries [1 Update]
- San Jose Conference October 19th – Riverside Case Update & BOE Official "Collective" Definition [1 Update]
- LANNYSWERDLOW <s..[email protected]> Oct 02 05:17PM -0700
Seventeen states and the District of Columbia representing over a third of the U.S. population have legalized the use of marijuana when recommended by a physician. Six states have marijuana initiatives on their November ballots (three legalization and three medical marijuana). $20 billion is spent each year ensnaring over 850,000 Americans in the criminal justice system. Thousands of deaths occur on the Mexican border each year deciding who can smuggle marijuana into the United States.
What other issue impacts so many Americans at such a staggering cost in dollars and lives and is so completely sidelined. Yet the only thing President Obama and challenger Romney seem to agree on is to NOT talk about marijuana.
That's why I created a petition to Frank J. Fahrenkopf, Jr., Co-Chairman of the Commission of Presidential Debates, the Moderators of the debates, The United States House of Representatives, and a number of other political and media luminaries to see if we can convince them to get a marijuana question in the debate.
Will you sign this petition?
Please forward this to all your friends on Facebook, get it out on Twitter and whatever way you can to get other people to sign this petition. We want to get 25,000 signers on this petition and to do that we need your help. Wouldn’t you like to see the issue of marijuana put front and center where it belongs instead of being treated like something good and decent folk don’t discuss.
- "martinvictor" <s..[email protected]> Oct 02 12:33PM -0700
Any buddy know how to treat for the chocolate ? he has up chucked once.
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Oct 02 03:28PM -0700
Wow good news!
On Oct 2, 2012 3:02 PM, "Patient Advocacy Network" <
- Dave Hodges <s..[email protected]> Oct 02 11:20AM -0700
Please join us at the 2012 SaveCannabis.org Education and Planning
Conference in San Jose on October 19th. Topics include current local
and state taxation regulatory activities, the official legal
definition of a “collective” as interpreted by the Board of
Equalization, updates regarding Medical Cannabis Bans statewide from
the Riverside Supreme Court Case, and planning for a workable
Initiative for 2014.
Your attendance is encouraged in order to obtain information that
impacts your current business activities and also how your future
activities and compliance may change.
Please review the attached invite & agenda.
- [queervision] Re: [SFmcdGroup] Medical Marijuana Advocates File Signatures for Referendum to Overturn Los Angeles Dispensary Ban [2 Updates]
- [Fwd: Re: [Save Cannabis] Advice to Defendants] [1 Update]
- The End of the Road for CannabisWarrior.com [4 Updates]
- Warning Obama on radio show [1 Update]
- Help Eddy Lepp see someone from the outside world! [2 Updates]
- Medical marijuana caregiver dies in police custody – Phoenix Cannabis Culture | Examiner.com [1 Update]
- I-502 Campaign manager Alison Holcomb Bumped Her Head [1 Update]
- Why Governor Johnson can still win in November [1 Update]
- [SFmcdGroup] Re: Fw: The End of the Road for CannabisWarrior.com [1 Update]
- OregonLive : Medical marijuana helps treat veterans with PTSD [1 Update]
- Quick political questions.. All thoughts appreciated. [1 Update]
- [Fwd: Re: [Save Cannabis] Advice to Defendants] [1 Update]
- Justin DeCastro <s..[email protected]> Sep 01 03:41PM -0700
what shona said. i totally agree. all for one, one for all. don't let
the government manipulate our interests against each other. we should
maintain one united front.
On Wed, Aug 29, 2012 at 12:23 PM, Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur <
Live & Let Live! Love & Let Love!
- Starchild <s..[email protected]> Sep 02 09:14PM -0700
Justin and Shona,
I completely agree, and note that this is true for every industry, not just marijuana. No one wants their collective, business, or operation closed, and limits on how many operators can exist only serve to keep prices higher and quality lower. Thanks for articulating these important truths.
Despite the ban that now exists on paper, there are still tons of dispensaries in Los Angeles. Arguing for more regulations on them than exist now (e.g. giving the authorities an avenue to develop a partial ban in the form of more workable controls and limits they might be able to actually enforce) doesn't seem to me like "creating policies that improve access to cannabis" per ASA's stated mission.
I'm glad to hear ASA is supporting a referendum to overturn the ban, and would urge them to focus their L.A. efforts on this, rather than on promoting "sensible" regulation.
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))
On Sep 1, 2012, at 3:41 PM, Justin DeCastro wrote:
- LANNYSWERDLOW <s..[email protected]> Sep 02 03:56PM -0700
Americans for Safe Access has undertaken a controversial program to call Obama to account for his broken mmj campaign pledge and his attack on mmj providers in California, Washington, Colorado and Oregon. To learn more about their program, Steph Sherer, Executive Director of Americans for Safe Access, will be our featured guest on the Monday, Sept. 3 at 6 p.m. broadcast and simulcast of our radio show Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense.
Steph will explain the program that will print and distribute 100,000 posters in Presidential swing states like Colorado and Nevada. The posters ask the question, "Can Broken Promises Lose an Election? 1 Million Medical Marijuana Patients Will Decide.”
Critics have charged that the campaign will take votes away from Obama thereby insuring Romney’s victory in the swing states in which they will be distributed. Steph Sherer has written that the purpose of the campaign is to warn Obama that he may very well lose states like Colorado, key to his victory, as many mmj and mj reform voters will vote for one of the third party candidates who support ending marijuana prohibition and the rights of mmj patients rather than vote for him.
If he doesn’t take a more enlightened view of marijuana, he could lose the election because so many patients and marijuana consumers will vote for a candidate who supports their views – a view which just happens to also be the view of the majority of Democratic voters in every poll about medical marijuana and marijuana legalization.
Obama needs to be confronted with not only the horrors his attack on medical marijuana providers has caused, but also that he is out of touch with the majority of Democratic voters and legislators. ASA intends to do just that.
One of those people who would also like to do that and to take votes from Obama and Romney and everyone else is our second guest Bruce Cain. A dedicated medical marijuana activist who has thrown his hat into the political ring as an independent candidate for President, Bruce will explain why he is running, how he plans to reach out to voters and why it is critical for mmj patients and law reform advocates to get actively involved in the political process.
Tune in this Monday, Sept. 3 at 6 p.m. to hear Steph and Bruce discuss strategies to get marijuana into the Presidential campaign. Listen in this Monday at 6 p.m. and every Monday at 6 p.m. for the award winning radio show Marijuana Compassion and Common Sense on IE talk radio KCAA 1050AM and simulcast at www.kcaaradio.com.
- Angela Bacca <s..[email protected]> Sep 01 07:03AM -0700
Green Aid: The Med MJ Legal Defense and Education
Media Coordinator, Angela Bacca, was one of only two people to visit Eddy
Lepp in prison in Southern California. She was banned after her first visit
indirectly because she wrote an article about it for SKUNK
Now that Eddy has been transferred to FCI La Tuna in West Texas Angela has
been reapproved to visit! We need donations so that we can send her to
Texas to visit. It will be his first visit in over a year or more! We need
to raise approximately $1,000 to send her out!
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Sep 01 12:48PM -0700
- Steve Kubby <s..[email protected]> Sep 01 08:17AM -0700
GOVERNOR GARY JOHNSON
WANTS TO LEGALIZE MARIJUANA
(HE EVEN SAID SO WHEN HE WAS STILL IN OFFICE)
OF COURSE, MANY PEOPLE WOULD SAY THAT GOV. JOHNSON
HAS AS MUCH CHANCE OF BECOMING THE NEXT PRESIDENT
AS A MAN WITH A BROKEN LEG HAS OF EVER REACHING
THE SUMMIT OF MT. EVEREST
GARY JOHNSON, TWO MONTHS AFTER BREAKING HIS LEG,
STANDING (PAINFULLY) ON THE SUMMIT OF MT. EVEREST.
IF YOU SPEND ANY TIME WITH THIS MAN,
YOU SOON LEARN THAT WITH GARY JOHNSON
NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 31 03:43PM -0700
Glad to hear your alright.! Truly, it was so sudden and excited for your
next chapter. I know what your saying about engery and frustration. And
you've engraved this image of these monkeys fucking the foot ball in my
mind and it makes shameful and suprised sense , prefect sense. That's
exactly the perfect picture of the state of things. Not sure how we stop
the monkeys from humping the football? Might make perfect sense just to
leave them to their own devices.
On Aug 31, 2012 12:44 PM, "Mickey Martin" <s..[email protected]>
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 31 12:13PM -0700
- s..[email protected] Aug 28 05:09AM -0700
Hi Shona! You mention a "request for transparent planning for 2014 draft"
in your email to Kubby. I have news about this. Last week-end at the
Seattle Hempfest, we held a meeting of 13 people with representatives from
the two 2012 initiatives (Regulate Marijuana Like Wine and Repeal Cannabis
Prohibition) for the purpose of uniting around one 2014 California
initiative. Judge Jim Gray chaired the meeting, which also included Steve
Collette & Steve Kubby from RMLW; Bill Panzer, Omar Figueroa, Frank Lucido
& myself from Repeal Cannabis Prohibition; Amanda Rain from Oaksterdam U;
Kristin Nevedal from Emerald Growers Association, and Granddaddy Mike. It
was productive and positive. At the end we all pledged to put aside our
differences and work together for one united 2014 initiative. We decided
to meet again after the Nov election to hash out particulars, including
wording, consensus decision-making, and who speaks for the group. We
rejected one thing, i.e., language that would include any new marijuana
penalties, such as the DUI penalties in I-502. By competing in 2012, we
failed to move forward; by collaborating as one voice, we can win in 2014.
—————————- Original Message —————————-
My advice to Steve,loveingly .. pls answer my request for transperant
planning for 2014 draft
- The End of the Road for CannabisWarrior.com [2 Updates]
- Quick political questions.. All thoughts appreciated. [1 Update]
- And more news . . . [1 Update]
- Medical marijuana activists submit 50,000 signatures to overturn L.A. ban on dispensaries [1 Update]
- Ex-medical marijuana provider dies in custody – SFGate [1 Update]
- Mickey Martin <s..[email protected]> Aug 30 03:01PM -0700
The End of the Road….
Posted by Mickey Martin on August 30th, 2012
I have run out of words for my fight. I can no longer continue to write this blog. This will be the final day of Cannabis Warrior.
To all the folks who have enjoyed my blog postings, I appreciate your taking the time to read them. These pages will disappear soon. But never forget the many conversations had.
The war for cannabis freedom will not be won or lost on the internet. It will be won in the hearts and minds of the nation. I am exhausted from the battle within. I look to find new avenues to reach those who need to hear the words “Quit Taking People To Jail For Weed.” You all have heard it before.
So as a good friend once told me….
Always leave them wanting more…..
T-Comp Consulting Director
Author of Medical Marijuana 101
***The views expressed in this communication are not necessarily the views of T-Comp Consulting, Tainted Compassion, Cannabis Warrior any other group I am affiliated with.***
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 31 08:52AM -0700
Wait mickey are you ok? Oddly enough Ive gained a affection for you. And Im
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 30 09:07PM -0700
On Aug 30, 2012 9:02 PM, "Patient Advocacy Network" <
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 30 08:46PM -0700
huziar the terrible! But it smells like restrictive permitting ask for
paying clients as far as support for a select few to be spared. That
request also played out in SF early stages of regulation. One grp represent
of 14 clubs… I kid you not wanted to cap available permits at14 , it was
laughed out of city hall and then it was followed by many attempts to draw
zones limits that barred competitiors. Perhaps nature of the business as
usual beasts, but its never supported by independent patient advocates and
patient cultivators. Nor consumers, monopolys only benefits the players.
Not the patients.
- "Axis of Love SF, Shona Gochenaur" <s..[email protected]> Aug 30 08:25PM -0700