I have written ad nausea (funny the actual definition of this word), about cannabis and the many benefits of cannabis liberation as well as about the cannabis plant itself.
I will say that I was all about “legalization” when I first got into this movement at age 13. However I look at it a bit differently now. The word “legalization” just means that the government gets more control over it.
I prefer liberalization of cannabis. Or to “liberate” cannabis and reduce laws on cannabis. I personally think that we should remove all cannabis laws, and replace those laws with NOTHING.
I created a video regarding “nullifying” cannabis laws. This is a libertarian and constitutional look at cannabis liberty.
September 24th 2013
On 420 of 2019 I address the Utah Proposition 2 replacement bill HB 3001 on our Podcast.
I also wanted to make clear that there is a major difference between cannabis laws and cannabis liberty. A law change does not always result in a significant increase in freedom. There is a direct way to cannabis liberty, and then there is the way that the criminals and monopolies love. Criminals and monopolies love “cannabis legalization”. However the path to liberty is through nullifying cannabis laws not replacing them with new laws.
Proverbs 31:8-9 New International Version (NIV)
8 Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves,
for the rights of all who are destitute.
9 Speak up and judge fairly;
defend the rights of the poor and needy.
BTW- My wife and daughter made it very clear to me that I offend a lot of people, and that I am not delivering my message in a way that everyone will receive it.
My daughter who loves Hamilton, and who I will be going to see Hamilton with on Broadway someday soon. I reminded her, that most of the founding fathers were gritty, and not at all were people pleasers. The American Revolution would not have happened if all of the founding fathers had the same role.
Some were good at diplomacy, and some where good at war, and some had other contributions.