Up in Smoke: A Timeline of Marijuana Use in the U.S. (info graphic)

Not created by Wiki World Order. After a specific request to share this, and agreeing with it’s informative goals toward ending the war on drugs, I’ve shared this info graphic. The editors at Online Paralegal Degree Center decided to research Continue reading Up in Smoke: A Timeline of Marijuana Use in the U.S. (info graphic)

After 6 years, University of Maryland finally approves Good Samaritan policy for all drugs – by SSDP

Re-Posted from Students for Sensible Drug Policy, http://ssdp.org/news/blog/after-6-years-university-of-maryland-finally-approves-good-samaritan-policy-for-all-drugs/. I started the University of Maryland chapter of SSDP in 2002 and have been involved in fighting the drug war ever since. Congratulations to all the beautiful activists in our family! <3 Continue reading After 6 years, University of Maryland finally approves Good Samaritan policy for all drugs – by SSDP

SSDP AMPLIFY Project Interview with Big Gigantic

Jeremy Salken of Big Gigantic discussing Amendment 64 and political activism Re-Posted from Students for Sensible Drug Policy, http://ssdp.org/news/blog/amplify-project-interview-with-big-gigantic/. I started the University of Maryland chapter of SSDP in 2002 and have been involved in fighting the drug war ever Continue reading SSDP AMPLIFY Project Interview with Big Gigantic

Ron Paul speaks at UC Davis, CA, May 3, 2012

Short version with just a few highlights… http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq46DY4GXio It was a very standard and mainstream campaign speech, but it was great to see thousands of excited supporters of liberty in Davis, CA. May 14 Update: Ron Paul will stop campaigning, Continue reading Ron Paul speaks at UC Davis, CA, May 3, 2012

Why Ron Paul? (with Dennis Kucinich in 2012)

Download Higher Quality Video: http://WikiWorldOrder.org/video/shorts/WhyRonPaul.divx Why Ron Paul? Even though the puppet President position of the United Corporation of America, can do little alone to change the game. Even though we ALSO need to VOTE OUT AT LEAST 95% OF CONGRESS Continue reading Why Ron Paul? (with Dennis Kucinich in 2012)