Ghosts of Mississippi: My Trip To See Marc Emery in Yazoo

Marc Emery – the former publisher of Cannabis Culture Magazine and Pot TV, founder of the B.C. Marijuana Party, and my former boss – spent his 54th birthday yesterday locked in a medium security prison in Yazoo, Mississippi.

Cannabis Culture Celebrates Christmas

I had a lot of Christmas fun, ate a lot of Christmas food, and smoked a lot of Christmas trees at the CCHQ holiday staff party last weekend, and on the LIVE broadcast of A Cannabis Culture Christmas on Pot TV yesterday.

Christopher Hitchens, Anti-Prohibitionist

I read the sad news that Christopher Hitchens, the always controversial and unique wizard of words, died yesterday from complications due to cancer at 62. Hitchens was a well known political commentator and author who publicly advocated marijuana legalization and spoke out against drug prohibition.

TODAY at NOON: Protest Stephen Harper and Christy Clark in Vancouver

The Telus World of Science will host Prime Minister Stephen Harper and B.C. Premier Christy Clark – and hopefully a vocal group of protestors – today at NOON.

Listen Up Christy Clark: B.C. Can't Afford Costs of Harper's Omnibus Crime Bill

The Premier of British Columbia received a visit from a group of about 40 protestors on Monday, who were at her office to voice opposition to Conservative Prime Minister Harper's omnibus crime bill, C-10.

Vancouver Court Will Rule on Religious Right To Marijuana

Cannabis historian Chris Bennett is heading back to court in Vancouver on Tuesday, in a federal case that could determine whether he has the right to use marijuana for religious or spiritual purposes.

Apple Genius Steve Jobs Was an Acid Freak

Steve Jobs died this week after fighting a long battle with cancer. The technological visionary who founded Apple and brought us the personal computer and the iPod was called a hippy by his close friends, and reportedly said taking LSD was "one of the two or three most important things I have done in my life".

Canadian Justice Weasel Rob Nicholson Evades Questions About Costs of Conservative Crime Bill

Canadian Justice Minister Weasel Rob Nicholson went to pathetic lengths today to duck tough questions about the cost of the Conservative's omnibus crime bill from CTV journalist Seamus O'Regan.

Wikileaks: Ghana's Opposition Leader Likes To Wake 'n' Bake

Wikileaks continue to spill online and spill the beans, this time on Nana Akufo-Addo, a presidential candidate and "flag bearer" of the opposition New Patriotic Party. Turns out he likes to smoke weed for breakfast.

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