Communist terrorist Bernardine Dohrn said, "We fight in many ways. Dope is one of our weapons. The laws against marijuana mean that millions of us are outlaws long before we actually split. Guns and grass are united in the youth underground."
Geraldo Rivera was on Fox News saying Obama can change the health care law in the same way he directs federal agencies not to enforce the marijuana laws. It makes some sense, in a strange sort of way.
The point is that Obama is acting like a dictator. Obama, a member of the "Choom Gang," a group of heavy marijuana users, has a special interest in relaxing dope laws. His boss, billionaire hedge fund operator George Soros, demands it.
My new column, "Narco-nation comes to Colorado,"  examines the decay we are starting to see around us. Look at these statistics:
The group Smart Colorado now reports that 700 medical marijuana licenses have already been issued in Denver and that legalization means each of these license holders will now be eligible to apply for a recreational license as well. "To put that number into context," the group reports "there are approximately 201 liquor establishments and 123 pharmacies located in the city of Denver."
Kids are using dope and losing their ability to think. Some are going nuts as a result of heavy use. John Patrick Bedell had a medical marijuana card from California when he opened fire on security guards at the Pentagon in 2010. He tried to "self-medicate" with marijuana. It fed his paranoia. He died in the crossfire.
No wonder Obama wants his health care law to cover mental illness. Yet, he is contributing to its spread, even among young people, by not enforcing the drug laws.
The new edition of America's Survival TV on Roku  features a discussion of "The Politics of Pot" with Dr. Tina Trent. We have posted it to YouTube.
Watch it here. 
We take a few moments to get educated on the drug problem. We discuss Colorado, California, and what's happening to Florida.
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Cliff Kincaid, President