What does the Bible say about making a creation of almighty God´s illegal or immoral? This book uncovers the ugly truth about America´s ´´drug war´´, while disproving all the myths and government propaganda about medical marijuana. In this book you will discover the following: 1. America´s drug war is based on racism and illegality on the part of government, and particularly law enforcement. 2. The private prison industry is raking in billions of US taxpayer money because of the ´´drug war´´. 3. Alcohol, tobacco, prescription pain killers, and codeine are all at least five times more dangerous than marijuana. 4. The pharmaceutical industry, as well as law enforcement, benefit financially from the drug war. 5. The federal government has been lying for decades about the addictive properties of medical marijuana. Cannabis has been repeatedly proven in study after study to be non-addictive. This book blows the lid off the ´´war on drugs´´ while proving conclusively that the ´´drug war´´ is actually an all-out war on the American people. Our time to rise up has come. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alicia Rose. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/087884/bk_acx0_087884_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Cannabis has been around for approximately 10,000 years. It has been given different names as it spread across the world, and historians speculate that many cultures added additional ingredients to the drug. For example, the Spanish called it hashish, and it was suspected to contain 50 percent opium. The medical name for cannabis is astragalus, and the term marijuana in the United States was borrowed from Spain. China was the first nation to discover cannabis and its intoxicating affects. In 2737 BC, the emperor of China claimed it had great healing effects. He wrote that it had the ability to be used as a medication for ´´gout, malaria, [and] absent-mindedness”. It would be introduced to the Muslims in 12th century Persia, which is current day Iran. Before it was banned by the Koran, it was used recreationally with alcoholic beverages. In 1545, the Spanish brought cannabis to America. Cannabis and tobacco became the main cash crops. It was used recreationally, and many products contained cannabis in them, including ´´fiber, paper, nautical use, lamp oil, food, etc”. Some medications in America were concocted with cannabis. In the 1920s, marijuana became a popular recreational drug. Historians claim that the surge in popularity was attributed to prohibition. Cannabis clubs began to surface in big cities. They were called tea pads, and there was widespread marijuana usage. Cannabis appeared in a book of medications called Pharmacopeia: A Book of Medications from 1850-1942, and it was characterized as a medication for all types of ailments. It was considered to help many illnesses, such as ´´labor pain, nausea, and rheumatism”. That reference book had a list of over 100 medical uses for cannabis. However, doctors were not certain of dosages or how to emit the substance. Why was it outlawed? This audiobook will discuss that and more. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lorri Heneveld. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/113074/bk_acx0_113074_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Emily Post has gone to pot. As we enter the dawn of a new ´´post-prohibition´´ era, the stigma surrounding cannabis use is fading, and the conversation about what it means to get high is changing. When it comes to being a respectful, thoughtful, and responsible consumer of pot, there is a lot you need to know. In Higher Etiquette, Lizzie Post - great-great granddaughter of Emily Post and co-president of America´s most respected etiquette brand - explores and celebrates the wide world of legalized weed. Combining cannabis culture´s long-established norms with the Emily Post Institute´s tried-and-true principles, this book covers the social issues surrounding pot today, such as:How to bring it to a dinner party or give it as a gift Why eating it is different from inhaling it How to respectfully use it as a guest Why different strains affect you in different ways How to be behave at a dispensary How to tackle pot faux pas such as ´´canoed´´ joints and ´´lawn-mowed´´ bowls This handy guide also provides a primer on the diverse array of cannabis products and methods of use, illuminating the many convenient and accessible options available to everyone from experienced users to newbies and the canna-curious. Informative and charming, this buzzworthy book will make the ultimate lit addition to your audio stash. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lizzie Post. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rand/006733/bk_rand_006733_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
America´s True Green Future:100 Common Sense Reasons to Legalize Cannabis Joe Miller
In Irony Lives, investigative satirist Paul Krassner addresses, among other things, terroists, security, Enron, and conspiracy theories. This album was recorded on February 16, 2002, at Genghis Cohen in Los Angeles. Dubbed ´´the father of the underground press´´ by People magazine, and called a ´´raving, unconfined nut´´ by the FBI, Paul Krassner is a counter-culture legend and a comic genius. According to the Los Angles Reader, ´´Krassner delivers the funniest, most intelligent social and political commentary in town.´´ Krassner, a crucial figure in the development of America´s alternate press, edited and published The Realist from 1958 to 1974, and reincarnated it as a newsletter in 1985. He began his career writing for Mad magazine and has also written articles for Rolling Stone, Playboy, Penthouse, New York, National Lampoon, High Times, The Village Voice, Mother Jones, and The Nation. He even served as editor of Hustler for a brief time. Paul Krassner is the only person in the world to win awards from both Playboy (for satire) and the Feminist Party Media Workshop (for Journalism). He edited Lenny Bruce´s autobiography, How To Talk Dirty and Influence People, and with Lenny´s encouragement became a stand-up comedian himself. For Mature Audiences Only: This program contains explicit language. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Paul Krassner. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pf/arte/000009/pf_arte_000009_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Dealing with Privilege: Cannabis, Cocaine, and the Economic Foundations of Suburban Drug Culture focuses on the careers of nine successfully retired drug dealers, offering a contrast to sociological, criminological, and other depictions of drug dealing as a realm of the desperate, dangerous, and poor. David Crawford tells the great untold story of drug dealing in America, where white, middle-class dealers are unlikely to suffer the enforcement of drug laws. Contrary to media portrayals, Crawford argues that suburban drug sales are not oriented primarily toward making money but at making friends and having fun. Using economic anthropology, classic sociology, and neuroscience to analyze the life trajectories of these dealers, Crawford touches on issues of crime, race, culture, aging, gender, privilege, illegal drugs, and the limits of conventional economics as a framework to understand economic behavior.
This special To The Best of Our Knowledge collection contains 14 interviews: Peter Reinhart is lay brother in an Eastern Orthodox Christian service order and the leader of the American artisanal bread movement. Mimi Sheraton, a travel writer, went to the Polish town of Bialystock to find the origins of her favorite childhood bread - the bialy. Andreas Viestad tells Jim Fleming about his adventures cooking outdoors across Norway. Anthony Bourdain, executive chef at Brasseire Les Halles in Manhattan, tells us some restaurant secrets. Aaron Sanchez is a chef on the Food Network´s hit show, Melting Pot. He talks about salsa. Odessa Piper, founder and chef of L´Etoile, tells Anne how she cooks exclusively with local foods, even in the middle of winter. Pat Willard is the author of Secrets of Saffron: The Vagabond Life of the World´s Most Seductive Herb. James McNair has written more than 40 cookbooks, including Burger. Anne asks James how to build a better burger. Steve Almond is the author of Candy Freak: A Journey Through the Chocolate Underbelly of America. Chris Kilham is the author of Psyche Delicacies-Chocolate, Chiles, Kava and Cannabis and Why They´re Good for You. Steven Kaplan is a bread historian who explains how he gets away with criticizing the French baguette. Julia Alvarez talks about being a coffee farmer and a writer in the Dominican Republic. Timothy James Castle tells Jim Fleming how he brews the perfect cup of coffee. Chef and food writer Deborah Madison talks with Anne about shopping at farmer´s markets. She says slowing down for food is one of the best ways to bring pleasure back into your life. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Fleming. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/000545/rt_tbon_000545_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Over the last four years, Jacob Sloan has lived naked and alone within an abandoned island hotel, smoking cannabis, eating squirrels, and swimming in a lake that contains a dark secret. As memory slowly begins to flower in his brain, Jacob recalls the traumatic events that lead him to the island, describing a childhood of evangelical Christian horror, constantly fearing bar codes, the Antichrist, and being abandoned in the ever-nearing rapture. In addition to his tales of madness and murder on an Iowa farm, Jacob also recounts the true story of how California´s acid-fueled hippies of the 1960s became the religious right of the 1980s. Part historical fiction, part psychological horror, Carnality: Dancing on Red Lake is the first of a six-part series chronicling the con men, authoritarians, and sociopaths of America´s evangelical movement, as remembered by a mentally ill boy who was once the biggest child star of the scene. Read by the author. Music by Esme Patterson and Adam Baumeister. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Josiah Hesse. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/141825/bk_acx0_141825_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.