Rapper B-Real's "Pot Bucket Challenge" is surprisingly poignant.
Just when you thought all variations on the Ice Bucket Challenge had been exhausted, rapper B-Real from Cypress Hill shows up with a bucket of marijuana.
As of 7pm Pacific, I checked the YouTube.com / WhiteHouse page to see how many votes our question received in President Obama’s latest YouTube Forum.
CANNABIS CULTURE - When you ask someone a serious question and they smile and chuckle, what does that mean? When I discussed marijuana legalization in the early 90s with California legislators, I used to get that same smile.
President Barack Obama plans to take questions from YouTube viewers Thursday afternoon, and for the third time in as many years, the overwhelmingly most popular query involves the legalization of marijuana.
CANNABIS CULTURE - President Obama will be doing a live interview on YouTube this Thursday and, yet again, he wants us to vote on which questions we want answered.
Last week, comedian Steve Berke launched an online political campaign in support of Proposition 19 in California with the recent release of his latest music video, "Should Be Legalized", a political commentary on Eminem's music video "Love The Way You Lie."
A while back Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper asked Canadians what the most important issues of the day were:
CANNABIS CULTURE - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper answered questions this evening in a YouTube-sponsored poll and interview where marijuana was the #1 issue. As expected, the PM rehashed the same old tired arguments in defense of his destructive cannabis policies.
The issue of recreational cannabis legalization will jump to the front of the queue of issues facing Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper this coming week.