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  • Marijuana still a major target for big government programs
    Marijuana still major target for big government programs
    Marijuana is still a major target for the War on Drugs despite conservatives who would like you to believe harder drugs like heroin, and cocaine are the driving forces.The evidence shows otherwise reports mlive.com 9-21-2013.FBI statistics show...
  • LEAP -  Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
    LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
    Peter Christ and Norm Stamper from LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) were our guests on The Attorney For Freedom Show.Peter Christ retired as a police captain after a 20-year career enforcing drug laws. From the beginning, Peter believed ...
  • Prohibition still does not work
    Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) schedule of events for July, 2013
    LEAP (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) has several events planned for July, 2013. The first will be sponsored by The Rotary Club of Ludlow and will be hosting Richard N. Van Wickler, Superintendent of Corrections on July 2, 2013. The meeting...
  • Retired Judge David Nichols looking forward to advocating for changes in current drug laws with LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
    Retired Washington State Supreme Court Judge David Nichols speaks for LEAP
    “This is ridiculous. We're breaking up families, selling property out from underneath people, making people wards of the state" - Quote from retired Washington State Supreme Court Judge David A. Nichols.After serving 20 years on the...
  • LEAP - The "Statement and Principles" of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition
    Obtain a thorough understanding of LEAP's "Statement of Principles"
    In a previous article, this writer explored LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition, an organization devoted to educating the public, the media and policy makers about the failure of current policies, and to restore the public’s respect...
  • LEAP - Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Logo
    Cops say Legalize! LEAP - a safer, more sane approach to prohibition
    Many people within the cannabis community have had negative experiences when dealing with law enforcement. However, there is a group who does not fit the mold of the stereotypical cop involved in the failed “War on Drugs”. The...
  • Failed war on drugs
    Every 42 seconds in U.S. there's a marijuana arrest
    A new report released by the FBI shows someone is arrested for marijuana every 42 seconds in the United States. A large percentage of the arrests are for possession alone.It's just a week away from voters in Colorado, Washington and Oregon...
  • Airhead cops
    Bozo cops only; others need not apply
    CommentaryRobert Jordan wanted to be a New London, Connecticut police officer so he took the exam and passed with flying colors.And was rejected because his IQ was too high.Since then, according to an ABC News article, a lower court and The 2nd US...
  • Your monitor screen will dance to the Leap
    The Leap to non-mouse technology
    What you are reading about is the imminent death of mouse technology.It's not the Kinect that is the subject here - it is about the Leap motion sensing technology that seems ready to replace that old, tired mouse on your computer. The Leap -...
  • Leap Motion
    Leap Motion releases a "Minority Report" style device - the future is now!
    Remember how cool it was when Tom Cruise was manipulating the screens in the movie Minority Report? Everyone wanted to have that after the movie, yet it didn't exist. More recently, Robert Downey Jr. showed us as Tony Stark / Iron Man that he...
  • Leap
    New company wants gesture technology to 'Leap' into the future
    First we had the Nintendo Wii, then we had the Kinect, and finally the PlayStation Move. All of these are gaming console focused, although Microsoft is moving the Kinect away from that, and it's already been unofficially given desktop apps...
  • US 281 at Loop 410
    Man leaps from interchange ramp, hit by traffic in morning rush hour
    A 40-year-old man jumped to his death from an 80-foot highway interchange Wednesday morning causing a major traffic tie up for San Antonio commuters near the airport.Police said the unidentified Hispanic male was hit by at least “three cars...
  • Failed Drug War
    Department of Justice put out report on the drug war: It's not working (spoiler)
    The recently released report by the Department of Justice shows the ineffectiveness of the drug war. Despite the years of expensive efforts by the U.S. government to eliminate trafficking, Mexican drug cartels are rapidly gaining a foothold. Every...
  • HCPL partners with SAIC to bring STEM opportunities to area youth
    HCPL partners with SAIC to bring STEM opportunities to area youth
    Harford County Public Library recognizes the importance of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in an increasingly technological world. Studies show many elementary age children express a high interest in science but interest...