Jeff Sessions Recinds Cole Memo – Marijuana Enforcement

On January 4, the U. S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memorandum to all United States Attorney’s  that rescinded the Cole Memo on marijuana prosecutions, and directed federal marijuana prosecution decisions be governed by the same principles that have long governed all of our prosecution decisions.  The Cole Memo, issued during the Presidency of […]

Recreational Cannabis Legalized in California

As of January 1, 2018, California became the nation’s largest state to legalize recreational cannabis sales. California will treat cannabis like alcohol by allowing people 21 and older to possess up to an ounce of pot and grow six cannabis plants at home. California cities including Santa Cruz, San Diego, Shasta Lake, San Jose and […]

A Border Wall, Really?

In keeping with President Trump’s campaign promise to “build a wall”, eight border wall prototypes are constructed in Otay Mesa, California, a community north of the U.S.–Mexico border in San Diego county. Specifications for these prototypes required four are constructed from concrete and four others from non-concrete materials and stand 18 to 30 feet high. […]

Mexican Repatriation Campaigns

During the Great Depression in the United States, there were up to 2-million Mexicans and Mexican-Americans deported or expelled from cities and towns across the U. S. and shipped to Mexico. Some estimate that more than half of these people were U. S. citizens, born in the United States. At this same time when up […]


Do not trust mainstream media for the truth on vaccines? Instead of reporting the news on mumps, measles, rubella (MMR) fraud claims made by whistle-blowers, what you will find in mainstream media are TV doctors, reporters, and news anchors vilifying parents who refuse to accept the claims made by medical authorities regarding a vaccine associated with […]

The Controversy – Third Verse of Our National Anthem

There is a growing controversy surrounding the third verse to the Star Spangler Banner, our national anthem. The lyrics originate from “Defence of Fort M’Henry“, a poem written on September 14, 1814 by poet Francis Scott Key and the melody is borrowed from an old drinking song (To Anacreon in Heaven) was composed John Stafford Smith.  […]

Voting Rights Act – Undoing

The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson in August 1965 and it has been reauthorized four times since, most recently by President George Bush in 2006.  The Voting Right Act serves to protect and enforce the 14th and 15th Amendments, in response to voter suppression in the 1960’s […]


UPDATE Today (4/20/16) multiple felony and misdemeanor charges were filed against Michael Glasgow, a Flint utilities administrator, will be charged with tampering with evidence and willful neglect of office. Two state employees — Michael Prysby, an engineer with the state Department of Environmental Quality, and Stephen Busch, who supervised eight district water offices — will […]