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Hemp: A Help Or A Hindrance?

... are forgetting its uses as an industrial material. Hemp is an ancient drug, first mentioned in a Chinese manuscript in 2700 BC. Its uses included treating gout, malaria, gas pains, and absent-mindedness. Hemp was an integral part of early Indo-European religious ceremonies for thousands of years. Records from Assyria in 650 BC referred to it as a drug called azulla that was used for making rope and cloth, and which was also used for experiencing euphoria. Hempen sails brought the Spanish, Dutch, and British conquerors to the new world (Cha ...

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Should Marijuana Be Legalized?

... drug related crimes. Marijuana is a drug that is illegal in the United States. This drug as you know is bad and causes severe side effects to your brain and body. Scientists have found that smoking marijuana can cause you to loose your memory. Marijuana has many psychological and physical effects. People usually smoke marijuana in cigarettes or pipes, but it also can be mixed with food and beverages. Short-term effects of marijuana include both psychological and physical reactions. These reactions usually last for three to five hours after ...

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Cellular Phreaking

... of some sort. The bill is then forwarded to the roamer's home BOC for collection. However, it is fairly simple (with the correct tools) to create a bogus ID number for your mobile phone, and pretend to be a roamer from some other city and state, that's "just visiting". When your BOC tries to collect for the calls from your alleged "home BOC", they will discover you are not a real customer; but by then, you can create an entirely new electronic identity, and use that instead. How does the cellular system know who is calling, and where ...

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Illegial Aliens

... trying to take over the world. There is a similar scenario going on in the United States today. Conspirators endeavor to obtain what is not theirs. Their beguiling apparitions are nothing but clever masks, which proclaim hope, and freedom. Only those who can strike through those masks, can see vividly, the intentions of these invaders. These are they which are labeled, "Illegal Aliens". I know you're not laughing, because it's not funny. For example: 7-11? Once an American dream, before the Illegal Aliens came into the picture! Conc ...

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How Decriminalisation Could Solve The Drugs Problem

... against the evil forces of drugs. However, I have often wondered what it really is about these innocuous chemical creations that has instilled such terror in governments around the world that in many countries a person can have their life coldly and legally taken away, simply for distributing them? Is it because of their power to warp the human mind and run amok with the senses upon which we so desperately rely? No. Our world is inescapably full of narcotics, yet many of them, including powerful and dangerous ones such as alcohol and tob ...

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Cannabis Hemp. . .Marijuana!

... following goods and essentials such as paper and textiles; meet all of the world's transportation, home and industrial energy needs, and clean the atmosphere-- all at the same time--our old standby that did it all before: Cannabis Hemp. . .Marijuana! The industrial revolution moved hemp to a place of lesser importance in world commerce due to the lack of mechanized harvesting and breaking technology needed for mass production. But this natural resource was far too valuable to be relegated to the back burner of history forever. In 1 ...

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Case For Legalizing Marijuana What

... The potency of its various forms ranges from a weak drink consumed in India to the highly potent hashish. The following consists of pure cannabis resin. Marijuana is not a narcotic and is not mentally or physically addicting drug. One can use mild cannabis preparations such as marijuana in small amounts for years without physical or mental deterioration. Marijuana serves to diminish inhibitions and acts as an euphoriant. Only once in a while will it produce actual hallucinations. More potent preparations of cannabis such as ha ...

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... it in print. It was used as an anesthetic 5,000 years ago in ancient china. Many (*) ancient cultures such as the persians, Greeks, East Indians, Romans, and the Assyrians for many things. These were what they used it for: the control of muscle spasms, reduction of pain, and for indegestion. Imagine that if they still practiced this, instead of taking an Alka Seltzer after you had mom's Chili or Tacos, you might be sitting in the living room on the LAY-Z Boy, smoking a joint or however they would take it. The folk medicine of Africa and A ...

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Legalization Of Marijana: For

... drug users report that marijuana is the only drug they have used; this figure rises to 80% if hashish (a marijuana derivative) is included. A recent national survey of voters found that 34% -- one third of the voting adults in the country -- acknowledged having smoked marijuana at some point in their lives(NIDA,1). Many successful business and professional leaders, including many state and federal elected officials from both political parties, admit they have smoked marijuana. We should begin to reflect that reality in our state and federal ...

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Search & Seizure In The Context Of Automobiles

... to the citizens in their papers, houses, and effects. N.J. Constitution, Article 1, Section 7. The United States Supreme Court has held that searches and seizures made without the benefit of a search warrant are unreasonable unless they come within a very limited and proscribed number of exceptions to the warrant requirement. Coolidge v. New Hampshire, 403 U.S. 443, 91 S.Ct. 2022, 29 L. Ed. 564 (1971). One such exception involves automobile searches for contraband goods by a law enforcement officer. The Supreme Court has created this e ...

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Against Gun Control

... this. Several sophisticated statistical models have attempted to measure the net effect of firearms on criminal violence. On balance, they show that there is nothing to be gained from reducing the general level of gun ownership.(3) A thorough review of 18 studies of the effects of gun availability among potential victims and criminals found that the overall effect on criminal violence was zero.(4) In one study, researchers found no significant differences in total robbery rates between cities where guns were widely available and cities whe ...

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Gun Control In The United States

... makes as much sense as banning alcohol to reduce drunk driving. Gun control is based on the faulty notion that ordinary American citizens are too hazardous and ill tempered to be trusted with weapons. How would we even begin to go about confiscating all the guns from the law abiding citizens. The law enforcement agencies of this country have stated that most firearm owners in the opublic are better armed then they are. How then, will they be able to disarm such a enormous group. If you pass a law that wiolates their interprtation of the se ...

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