• Ron Paul on weed and crypto currency

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    1. nobody's_hero's Avatar
      nobody's_hero -
      So great to see Ron Paul on fire during an interview. Reminds me of the old days. As much as I think the liberty report is a good source of news information to keep up to date, you don't really get to see Dr. Paul come out swinging and feel the passion in his argument when he's just having a casual conversation in the liberty report format.
    1. TomtheTinker's Avatar
      TomtheTinker -
      Ron Paul!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    1. The Northbreather's Avatar
      The Northbreather -
      Quote Originally Posted by nobody's_hero View Post
      So great to see Ron Paul on fire during an interview. Reminds me of the old days. As much as I think the liberty report is a good source of news information to keep up to date, you don't really get to see Dr. Paul come out swinging and feel the passion in his argument when he's just having a casual conversation in the liberty report format.
      Ive actually been getting into it more lately in podcast form.

      I think the audio only form of The Liberty Report translates much better and comes across as higher quality
    1. DamianTV's Avatar
      DamianTV -
      Just Say No to Jeff Sessions
      http://ronpaulinstitute.org/archives...jeff-sessions/

      Quote Originally Posted by Ron Paul View Post
      Attorney General Jeff Sessions kicked off the New Year by reversing the Obama-era guidance for federal prosecutors to limit their enforcement of federal marijuana laws in states that have legalized marijuana for medical or recreational use. In what is almost certainly not a coincidence, Sessions’ announcement came days after California’s law legalizing recreational marijuana sales went into effect. Sessions’ action thus runs counter to the wishes of the majority of the people in the most populous US state, as well the people of the 28 other states (and DC) that have legalized some form of marijuana use.

      Federal laws criminalizing marijuana and other drugs have failed to reduce drug use. However, they have succeeded in giving power-hungry politicians and bureaucrats what was, before 9-11, the go-to justification for violating our civil liberties. The federal war on marijuana has also wasted billions of taxpayer dollars. Far from reducing crime, outlawing drugs causes crime by ensuring criminals will control the market for drugs. Outlawing drugs also provides incentives for drug dealers to increase the potency, and thus the danger, of drugs, as higher potency products take up less space and are thus easier to conceal from law enforcement.

      ...
      I think the headline says it all...
    1. joss's Avatar
      joss -
      So great to see Ron Paul on fire on the interview!
      GoMovies


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