While many people associate marijuana with fun times, it also happens to be at the epicenter of a catastrophic war on drugs that is destroying as many lives as ever.
With our reputation for mission-based publishing and the 'sticking it to the man-ness' of the stunt, readers knew our free eBook wasn't just a tchotchke: this was a call to arms.
There is definitely a huge drug problem in Afghanistan, and our strategy seems to be the cause of it. Our allies that we desperately rely on are all high on drugs, selling drugs, or both. And not only are we paying for it, people are dying because of it.
The fantasy isn't always the same as the reality. Since it's 4/20, here are a few facts and fictions about working on a pot farm.
Huffington Post political reporter Ryan Grim appeared on MSNBC this afternoon to discuss the true origins behind the now legendary pot smoking celebra...
Given slavish governmental allegiance to the drug war (over the course of eight presidencies), skepticism is understandable. But unwarranted.
The movement to end marijuana prohibition is very broad, composed of people who love marijuana, people who hate marijuana, and people who don't have strong feelings either way.
You've heard Elvis Costello sing country music before, but not like this. The lad who gave us Almost Blue is quite mature and worldly wise now.
420 is the number of chemicals in: a) Marijuana b) Cigarettes c) Doritos Collisions™
Judge Jim Gray is a former prosecutor, member of the Navy JAG Corps and served as a judge for years in famously conservative Orange County. In this exclusive interview, he discusses medical marijuana.
If one of these two drugs is implicated in dire health effects, high mortality rates, and physical violence -- and the other is not -- what are we to make of our nation's marijuana laws?
April 20th is "National Pot Smoking Day," a counterculture holiday where people across the world celebrate the conspicuous consumption of marijuana.
In an economy quickly going down the toilet faster than a nickel bag government-sanctioned "ganja" could 'pot'-entially create more and literally 'green' jobs and add much needed tax revenues.