Rastafarian was growing pot "his own religious and medicinal use."
The judge made himself a hero and stated his intent to be the first judge in New Hampshire to grant the instruction on Nullification to the jury.
Thanks to the Free-Staters in the legsilature, starting on January 1, 2013, *ALL* defendants in NH will have the *RIGHT* to insist their jury hear these instructions.
Want to see fully-informed juries stop the drug war, the way they stopped alcohol prohibition? Come to New Hampshire!
Democrats are poised to avoid the danger of President Barack Obama accepting his party’s nomination before a partially-empty stadium by shifting his speech to an indoor arena and citing ‘severe weather’.
The Obama campaign have been working desperately to ensure that the 74,000-seater Bank of America stadium in Charlotte would be filled.
When Joe Biden’s team approached Chris McMurray, owner of the Crumb & Get It Cookie Company, about hosting a campaign stop for the vice president Chris turned him down. They tried to wrangle him into it by promising him media coverage, but it appears he got more coverage by refusing.Read more »
A seven-year-old girl has been told by town authorities in Connecticut that she can keep her 20lb rabbit...The 50-year-old ordinance that prevents residents from keeping rabbits and livestock on property of less than two acres was labelled 'ridiculous' by First Selectman Michael Freda...Since the story first appeared on Wednesday on WTNH-TV, 4,400 people have signed an online petition demanding that the town allow Kayden to keep the three-year-old Flemish giant rabbit she calls Sandy. First Selectman Michael Freda told Fox News: 'All along I've said that little girl is not losing that rabbit.Read more »
Fortunately the search for gas and oil seem to be losing ground to a new revolution -- the large scale harvesting of 'sunshine'.Read more »
A nationwide End the Fed demonstration, with the backing of notable activists such as Adam Kokesh, will take place on Saturday 22nd September, in front of every Federal Reserve Bank In the Country. Spread the word!Read more »
Dr. Paul’s Audit the Fed Bill is scheduled for vote tomorrow (July 25) Call your Congress Critter at (202)224-3121 and ask them to vote “Yes” on H.R. 459.Read more »
With a majority of Americans now saying they don't think pot should be illegal, the prosecution demanded that the jury entertain no effort to practice nullification. Prior to opening arguments, the judge dismissed six potential jurors– including five of the first 13 interviewed– for revealing a disinclination or refusal to convict someone of pot possession.Read more »
New Indiana law gives citizens the right to defend themselves with reasonable force if they reasonably believe a public goon is acting unlawfully and aggressing against themselves, someone else, or their property. More states need to enact laws like this.Read more »
A cat named Stubbs has been the mayor of Talkeetna, Alaska for nearly all of his life.
It's been that way for more than a decade in the small tourist town that boasts nearly 900 residents.
The part-manx was named honorary mayor shortly after his birth, and now locals all know the cat as "Mayor Stubbs."
As the story goes, 15 years ago several of the town residents didn't like the candidates who were running for mayor of Talkeetna, so as a joke, they encouraged enough people to elect Stubbs the cat as a write-in candidate.
He won.Read more »
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