Jul
18

Counties Can Kidnap Your Baby Legally

I’m not what you would call a sentimental guy. It takes a lot for me to become so upset with a situation that I lose it. But I had to turn off an audio recording I was listening to. I have not finished listening to it yet.   If you are interested in determining whether […]

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Jul
16

Harborside Harrassment

Try as I may, I just don’t understand the Obama regime’s antipathy to medical marijuana. You would think that since medical marijuana is more popular than he is, that he would embrace it as a vote-getter. It would also re-enthuse the young PayPal-savvy posse he gathered four year ago. So why doesn’t he do it? […]

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Jul
9

SUMMER PARTY!

Come join Ed Rosenthal and his wife Jane Klein for an afternoon and evening of drinks and music.The event will be casual, at a private residence and will be raising money for: JOSE GUTIERREZ – A longtime medical marijuana activist in Northern California, Jose was caught in a scuffle between federal agents and protestors in […]

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Jul
3

Celebrating Ginsberg

I was in New York for the Ginsberg Festival—held at Tompkins Square Park on the lower East Side. I got there too late for the Ginsberg show but the Low Life Festival, which was part of the program, had come on. The Park was rife with paintings and posters depicting Ginsberg or images that were evoked […]

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Jun
27

ASK ED MARIJUANA GROW TIP #43: DEALING WITH POWDERY MILDEW

POWDERY MILDEW: As you can see from the first photograph below, my plants were suffering from powdery mildew. I sprayed the plants with a solution of Ed Rosenthal’s Zero Tolerance Fungicide diluted slightly with 1 quart of water to a gallon of the fungicide, and added an ounce of Serenade® concentrate to the mix. I used a […]

May
11

Ignoring the Big Donkey in the Room

A couple weeks ago, Mitch Jesserich, the host of Letters & Politics, a Pacifica radio show, had author Paul Dickson as a guest. Dickson is an historical non-fiction author and was discussing the 1932 presidential election between incumbent Herbert Hoover and Franklin Roosevelt (FRR). On the show, the author mentioned that during the election FDR espoused more […]