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There is one thing both Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump agree on and that is the system is rigged. While these politicians were addressing our current political system, the rigged system extends its tentacles into the courtroom, and in the case of a human’s right to use a plant they can grow themselves as a medicine, the first rigging was the law.
The American Medical Association (AMA) actually testified against the Marihuana Tax Act in 1937 but Congress passed it anyway. Cannabis has been used as a medicine for over 4,000 years, yet at present, our federal courts have denied a medical necessity defense for the use of cannabis. This is not in keeping with the principles embodied in the Bill of Rights.
Science, justice and common sense demand that the federal government allow defense of possession of cannabis for medicinal purposes be based on the Constitution and common sense. The 9th and10th Amendments to the Constitution are there to limit the reach of the federal government, yet a so-called conservative judiciary has set up a system designed not to support the Constitution, but to circumvent it.
Due to an electoral primary system never endorsed by our founding fathers, we have more and more partisan legislators. This has been exacerbated by the wide use of outrageous gerrymandering. As a consequence of these two factors the U.S. has a highly politicized judiciary. This has led to rulings that have the founders turning over in their graves.
The American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine believes that the doctrine of excluding medical necessity as a defense in federal court is just one more example of justice gone awry. Keeping evidence from a jury does not constitute nor promote justice. Medical necessity is a well-accepted principle of common law. Medical necessity has been accepted as a criminal defense for hundreds of years and is recognized in most states as a defense. Yet, somehow, when it comes to cannabis (marijuana), particularly at the federal level, this principle disappears.
If a patient is not allowed to present a medical defense in court, it makes a mockery of the criminal justice system. As a physician and American citizen, I believe there is something fundamentally wrong with this picture.
Cannabis has a long history of medical use throughout all cultures. Nearly half today’s U.S. population has voted that it should be treated as a medicine. Further, tincture of cannabis, has already been approved for sale by governments in Canada, Great Britain, Spain and New Zealand and marketed by Bayer AG and GW Pharmaceuticals. Novartis and Oksuka have purchased distribution rights.
The worst yet, American policies on cannabis are clearly anti-science. It is time for the federal government to once again honor the time-tested values of the U.S. constitution and support justice embodied in the common law, common sense and rooted in science.
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Everyone’s favorite weed characters are back! The Nug Nation has just released their latest episode, “The Debate”. Watch more characters than ever before come to life and laugh your butt off as Hilary battles Trump.
Bong Burgundy analyzes the hilarious spoof debate. In their take on politics, Nug Nation presents the first “Presidential Debate Lip-Sych Battle”. Watch as Donald Trump makes his own lyrics to Kid Rock’s first big hit, “Ba-wit-da-ba”.
But the real action happens as Affy and Diesel watch the debate and begin to argue politics. Things get heated, to say the least, and we see the first appearance of one of the greatest strains of all time, Blue Dream.
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This tongue-in-cheek take on one small Colorado town mischievously mocks just about everything. From name brands to national trends, pot to politics, no subject is safe. And with that no-holds-barred approach, it makes the perfect spot for real cannabis companies to plop down some product placement.
Host Bong Burgundy heads the news desk and does his own celebrity interviews. He already interviewed famous celebrity Redman in his series “Potty Talks”. All the big names are there, and by big names, I mean your favorite strains of herb. Green Crack, Girl Scout Cookie, White Widow and more, every new resident of NugVille has an inspiration.
Filmed in Colorado, with real weed, The Nug Nation is America’s favorite weed comedy. Co-creator Dylan Pfohl said that making fun of serious situations helps to give us healthy perspective.
We felt like it was time for people to get a break from constant barrage of negative spin from the presidential candidates. We had a blast coming up with ways to find humor in something that’s really so irritating.
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