Here’s How Canadian Boomers Got Into Pot

The legalization of marijuana in Canada comes almost a century after the drug was first declared an illegal substance in 1923, but pot didn’t explode in popularity until the 1960s when a group of rebellious people began promoting it a shortcut to peace and enlightenment. Concerned about the new use of this drug, in 1969, the Royal Commission on the …

A New Contender in the Online Dating Scene

There is a new contender on the dating online scene. It’s a browser based website that not only connects you to hot men and women around the world, but spoils you at the same time. The site is free to join and is called dopoxy.com. It’s gaining a lot of attention due to it’s unique structure where diamonds are given …

Why Does the New York State Department of Health Want to Legalize Marijuana?

Acknowledging that his previous opposition to marijuana legalization was being undercut by popular opinion and the spread of legalization in nearby states such as Maine, Massachusetts, and Vermont, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) in January called for an assessment of the possible impact of legalizing the herb in the state. The state Health Department was charged with the task. …

California College Paying People to Smoke Weed and Virtually Drive for Study

In an effort to better understand the ways cannabis use impacts traffic safety, UC San Diego is conducting a virtual driving study that tests how driving high impacts the ability to respond to common challenges on the roadway. The study, the largest of its kind to date, is being conducted by the college’s Center for Medicinal Cannabis Research. And to …

Bulldozed to Death for Growing 10 Marijuana Plants

Getting caught growing a few pot plants in Pennsylvania could lead to a criminal charge and a likely sentence of probation, but for a Lehigh Valley man, it was a death sentence. This past Monday, 51-year-old Gregory A. Longenecker was found dead under a bulldozer operated by a state Game Commission worker and carrying a state trooper hunting for two …

Immigration Reform Funded by Corporate Cannabis

Within the past couple of years a growing crowd of cannabis trade moguls have quietly given $69,000 to at least one specific political action committee referred to as What a Country! – or WACPAC – or the Wack Pack. WACPAC was supported by Republican congresswoman Hector Hevodidbon Curbelo in 2015 with the expressed mission to cause comprehensive immigration reform. That’s …

Here Are the DEA’s 10 Most Ludicrous Slang Terms for Marijuana

Those hipsters at the Drug Enforcement Administration are at it again. Each year they come out with a list of Drug Slang Code Words, and now we have the 2018 version in hand. The list is designed to help law enforcement decipher criminal jargon and to crack cases, but it’s more likely to make readers crack up. Some of the entries …

9 Cannabis-Infused Beers to Try

The craft beer renaissance and the legalization movement are a match made in heaven. A number of West Coast breweries, big and small, are releasing cannabinoid-infused beers, despite its legal grey area. Can’t bring yourself to choose between a joint or a pint? You don’t have to with these cannabis-infused beers and ciders. Click here to read the article by …

The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937

The Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 is often cited as the origin of the US federal government’s ban on cannabis. Sure, the language of prohibition has changed over the years, but this is the law that set the precedent for the ongoing policies we live with today—or so the story goes. Yet few know that The Marijuana Tax Act of …

6 Healthy Munchies For Stoners

It’s long been known that cannabis has an incredible ability to stimulate the appetite, and a good smoke session is often followed by a fast food run or a trip to the pantry for some snacks. But one does not live by junk food alone, so we decided to explore some options for healthy munchies for stoners. And to do so, …