Podcast 29: Is the Constitution Just a Piece of Paper? Testing the Waters with Cannabis

Podcast 29: Is the Constitution Just a Piece of Paper? Testing the Waters with Cannabis

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In my campaign to inform the masses about the CannaSense program, I was invited to appear on the Freedom of Joyce Show with Tere Joyce, a comedian and cannabis activist. Seeing as how this was the first appearance I have made on this show, my approach to the Constitution, Bill of Rights and a persons individual responsibility to apply them was a new one to the host. Quite a few of my positions and statements were challenged here (goody, goody) and at the end of the day I think I made it clear that the Rights in the Constitution are absolutely worthless if we as individuals do not acknowledge them and assert them as our own. This one is well worth a listen for those of you skeptical about cannabis as a medicine and as a right. Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Podcast 29: Is the Constitution Just a Piece of Paper? Testing the Waters with Cannabis

  1. Im enquiry to see if can help me getting information about obtaining a medical marijuana license I live in the state of Texas. Obviously they do not allow medical marijuana. I suffer from colon cancer and other elements. Description pain medicine that doctors won’t even give me. Now I’m forced to buy drugs illegally in risk my life. Any information will be deeply appreciated. Anybody please help..Thank you all.

  2. Daniel. I’ve been taking oxicodone for the last 10 years and now that my dr retired I was put with another dr. Who does not deal with pain meds..I’ve been struggling the last few months self medicating. And I think this is something I really need. Now I’m on a fixed income. But please help

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