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WATCH: "We're seeing the new law in action. People are picking up free seeds from people who are willing to share them and they are going to go home and grow marijuana in their homes in Washington D.C."
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Until federal decriminalization, market regulation, and taxation leads to its prohibition as with wheat. Too much government.
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Toothless local boards inspire a stronger proposal. The bill also includes a prohibition on profiling and a new training commission.
Toothless local boards inspire a stronger proposal. The bill also includes a prohibition on profiling and a new training commission.
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And when the members of the board "disappear", then what?
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Senator Harry Reid has announced he's cashing in his chips and going home. Rather than offering up some staid blathering retrospective, let's let Reid go out being Reid. Here are some highlights from Harry's own mouth.
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"You are on notice that we will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism."
"You are on notice that we will be watching, reading, listening and protesting coded sexism."
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Jim Norton, comedian, called Clinton "psychotic" for lying about landing into a warzone in Bosnia when there was footage of the non-eventful landing she spoke of. He got called a sexist as well on twitter.

Its very transparent at this point. Clinton really shouldn't be the icon of any "pro-women" movement.
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WATCH: "The real reason we're doing this has nothing to do with Obamacare, that's just the vehicle. For us the real issue is:does a federal agency have the authority and the power to essential reinterpret and rewrite a law passed by legislature?"
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+xoviat xo OK, I choose no health insurance and I choose no penalty for that choice. I'll tell my accountant to check that option on this year's return. Thank you for telling me. I almost volunteered to be penalized for not having health insurance.
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The war on drugs in action, folks!
Justice Department report says Colombian cops watched over DEA property while agents had sex with women provided by drug cartels.
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The same reason I am called a racist because I believe Obama is misguided?
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Senator Chuck Schumer may be the next Senate Minority Leader. This is the guy who has tried to ban your cereal, bread, fast food, detergent, alcohol, caffeine, yoga mats, 3D printers, Bitcoins, payday loans, e-cigarettes, Olympic uniforms and more.
A partial listing of some of the things that the New York senator has tried to ban over the years.
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+Mo B. I know but wow man schumer is the bottom of the sewage treatment plant.....
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To be a good president, you have to be able to evaluate data to make good decisions. Here is a round-up of how the leading Republican presidential primary contenders have come down on various science policy issues.
Science and Republican presidential candidates.
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+Kevin Quinn anti gmo, anti vax and anti nuclear runs the gamut of the political spectrum. 
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Can you believe that it's only been two years since the original 3D-printed Liberator was unveiled? Yeah. Chuck Schumer can't believe it, either.
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+LibertyNotLicense You're right, thanks for pointing that out. As I recall, the trouble they had on the outset was overcoming the traditional issue of expansion that every new firearm faces initially.
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Is there a silver lining for libertarians?
And in that case is there a silver lining for libertarians?
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+John Sloan I've seen too many dolts on the Internet and IRL who might be even worse than the scoundrels that the bi-partisan cartel parties will nominate.

Scary to think about, but true.

Still, I'd probably go with a random candidate, sight unseen, than with the scum that bubbles up to the top of the bi-partisan parties' septic tanks.
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Forcing people to exercise a right makes no sense...
Forcing people to exercise a right makes no sense.
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John Bolton makes bid to lead the growing pre-emptive war caucus
John Bolton makes bid to lead the growing pre-emptive war caucus
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+Scott Swain No, the politics of the game didn't allow our military to fight war, just play games, like sit around waiting to be shot at and then radioing for permission to shoot back...

In the newer conflicts, people went  door to door to root people out, but there are many things about the new fight that many soldiers and Marines can say were pretty ineffective at making progress.  Then you have things like in Somalia, the story behind "Blackhawk Down", and it's been an absolute waste of people, money, and resources, as well as politics.  Look at Iraq...how long have we been there to fight, train them to fight for themselves, and they still can't stand on their own, preferring to just excuse it on that we haven't trained them well enough...it's the politics, not the military that has failed, just like Vietnam...and Korea, actually...everything we've done since the end of WWII...
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