For this year’s April 20th (4/20) celebration, I did what I call a “vapor suspension”
Chameleon Glass and Lou Dog, drummer for the Kottonmouth Kings, share the latest addition to the Lou Rider drum-kit tricycle series... and this one is literally smokin'!
New stoner-centric stuff is always sent to CC for review, so we’re finally giving products the promotion they deserve – for better or for worse!
I am a patriot and proud of what America is supposed to be, but horribly saddened and disappointed by what my country has become. My father fought in the Vietnam War, my brother just finished his third tour of duty in Iraq, and I was once a proud law enforcement officer – I fought our nation’s War on Drugs from 1990 to 1998. Since then, I have realized the error of my ways and no longer do police work.
Cannabis Culture magazine presents our favorite new female fashions for sprinag and summer!
SAFER’s bid to legalize cannabis in Colorado was the top activist effort of 2006!
In early 1997 a handful of daring folks from the remote mountains of northeastern Washington State called for peace in the war on drugs. Nora Callahan, along with some local friends with loved ones in prison, began publicly demanding an end to what they termed as the “war on people” and formed the November Coalition.
My stay at California s Taft Penitentiary changed me in many ways, but also exposed how terrible the US prison system healthcare crisis really is.
Entering its fifth year of existence, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) continues to expand its message to North America and beyond. Our raison d’etre (“reason to be”) is education. LEAP is made up of criminal justice professionals speaking out against the failed war on drugs.
The Marijuana Policy Project, the Drug Policy Alliance Network, NORML and hundreds of US activists are achieving remarkable success in getting Democrats and Republicans in the statehouses to put forth legislation that undoes some the terrible wrongs of the Drug War. Legislation from Congress in Washington has been uniformly prohibitionist for two decades, and consequently the prisons have exploded with hundreds of thousands of drug-war victims.