• Mexico’s Senate Legalizes Marijuana – Cannabis

    Mexico’s Senate Legalizes Marijuana – Cannabis0

    Last week, Mexican lawmakers approved the use of marijuana for recreational, medical and industrial purposes. Under the measure, each person 18 years of age and older will be able to legally carry up to 28 grams of marijuana and can have up to eight marijuana plants in their home. Officials say that 75 percent of

    READ MORE
  • DTLA GETS STIIIZY WITH IT

    DTLA GETS STIIIZY WITH IT0

    Established in 2017, the pod vape pen company, STIIIZY, has been expanding at a rapid pace throughout dispensaries around the Southern California area. Hitting the Riverside area in January 2018 and the SFV area around the same time, the STIIIZY (rhymes with Stevie, sort of) store opened their doors officially in downtown Los Angeles on

    READ MORE
  • THE BEST LAID PLANS OF MICE

    THE BEST LAID PLANS OF MICE0

    Long ago in a galaxy far, far away, a story came forth that thrilled the world [except China for obvious reasons]. Today in a galaxy very near, our galaxy actually, the battle that took place long ago is now happening on our very doorsteps. An empire ruled by a mouse seeks forced worship [worship means

    READ MORE
  • JFK ASSASSINATION SOLVED

    JFK ASSASSINATION SOLVED0

    Though you may have heard about the release of the JFK Files in the usual ‘Trump is bad’ clamor, the real story occurred in 2013 at a book signing by author Roger Stone, a Nixon friend and Washington insider who was in the 1st grade when John F. Kennedy was killed in Dallas. I, on

    READ MORE
  • STONE NOT WALLED

    STONE NOT WALLED308

    The Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition held its $500/ticket soiree at the Convention Center in DTLA on Sept. 13-15 and bought home the continuing civil war over cannabis, medical pot, and posers who have invaded the cannabis cause like carpetbagger fleas. Bolstered by the passage of Cali’s Prop 64 to own the world’s biggest

    READ MORE
  • Wildfires threaten oregon pot growers

    Wildfires threaten oregon pot growers0

    Wildfires scorching hundreds of acres in southern Oregon are prompting evacuations, canceling popular performances of the Ashland Shakespeare Festival and casting a smoky cloud over the region’s most famous crop. Marijuana growers say the wildfires have turned what normally would be the sundrenched end of summer into a smoky haze that has affected their plants and field

    READ MORE