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Why the Federal Cannabis Crackdown May Be a Blessing in Disguise for Legal Weed

Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Teri Virbickis Now that the dirt has staid around profession ubiquitous Jeff Sessions’ guarantee of harsher sovereign pot enforcement, advocates of legalization have mostly exchanged their initial beating over the pierce for one of long-term optimism. “I consider there was a knee-jerk greeting of something coming panic, …

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John Kelly Convinced Trump to Kill Bipartisan DACA Deal: Report

Photo Credit: ABC News According to a moment-by-moment report of the quarrelsome White House assembly over immigration reform, the Washington Post is stating that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly had President Donald Trump’s ear and assured him to skip a bipartisan understanding on DACA. While Trump’s comments about Haiti and …

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Wish we Voted for Sanders, Says Laid-Off Carrier Worker Duped by ‘Con Man’ Trump

Photo Credit: Chris Hinkley / Shutterstock.com In Nov of 2016, then-President-elect Donald Trump touted a understanding he negotiated with an Indianapolis Carrier plant that he claimed would keep jobs from moving to Mexico. On Thursday, that very same Carrier plant, as expected, laid off some-more than 200 workers—a pierce critics highlighted as serve …

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A Powerful Anti-Capitalist Movement Is Brewing, Even in This Dark Time

Photo Credit: Enrique Romero / Shutterstock.com In this scattered world, one thing seems certain: today’s apocalyptic threats to the democracy did not arise out of nowhere. Every enlightenment thrives, or not, on either its core narrative—the causation story we tell ourselves—enhances mutual advantage or spurs division. And, the account pushing …

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