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RUSSIA: HEMP VODKA FOR SALE

This is great. Now you can get high, drunk, and make rope at the same time. MosNews reports: Voronezh city court has ruled that Yukos can legally sell its Cannabis brand vodka, Interfax reports. A case against Yukos had been filed by the State Service for Drug Control on Apr...

CITIES SAY NO TO THE PATRIOT ACT

The Patriot act is un-American, it's that simple. Wired reports: "Forget drug-free and nuclear-free zones. A growing grassroots movement seeks to make the United States a Patriot Act-free zone, one city at a time. Or, at the very least, the people behind the movement hope to...

BAN ON SUBWAY PHOTOGRAPHY PROMPTS PROTEST

What about someone with a photographic memory? Will they be 'banned' from the subway? The NY Times reports: "The photographers - about 100 of them - gathered to express their outrage at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's proposed ban on taking pictures in the subway...

HOW TO MAKE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE FUN

The only way to get in touch with Hieronymous BANG, playwright of I’m Gonna Kill the President! A Federal Offense (a comedy that opens in New York City on Aug. 17 at “an undisclosed location”), or to see his play, is to call a voice-mail number. Hopeful aud...

MED-POT ACTIVISTS RALLY AGAINST 150 LAWMAKERS

If you support raids on terminally ill patients (who maybe have some pot), you should know the people don't agree with you. And we still, sort of, have a democracy. The Almeda Times Star reports: Activists today are marking the first anniversary of the conviction of Oakland'...

BONNAROO TAKES ON COUNTERFEITERS

It's about music and freedom man, except the freedom to infringe on copyrights. Bloomberg reports: As some 70,000 people converged on a Tennessee farm for a weekend of camping and music in June 2002, organizers of the inaugural Bonnaroo Music Festival discovered one problem ...

FORTRESS ROME GREETS BUSH

Good to see that the police state follows Bush wherever he goes. AFP reports: Special trains from Venice and Naples carrying anti-war demonstrators to Rome were delayed by around 90 minutes in what many protesters felt was a deliberate ploy by the authorities to disrupt plan...

SOLDIER IN IRAQ FINDS POT PLANT, GRACES COVER OF HIGH TIMES’ GROW AMERICA

JUNE 2, 2004 – Specialist Carlos Arellano was on patrol in Baghdad’s Green Zone on April 23 when he discovered a pot plant growing innocently on the street. He asked one of his fellow soldiers to snap a photo of him kneeling next to the plant. The photo was forwa...

MICROSOFT GRANTED PATENT FOR DOUBLE-CLICK

Did you double-click to get here? Please make your check out to Microsoft. The Sydney Morning Herald reports: "Microsoft has been granted a patent on the double-click by the US Patents and Trademark Office. The patent, number 6,727,830, was granted on April 27. Microsoft sai...

OPIUM TRADE THREATENS AFGHAN STABILITY

The black market in narcotics makes the inner cities in the US a dangerous place to live -- why should Kabul be any different? The problem, once again, isn't the drugs. It's the prohibition. Reuters reports: A booming opium trade, intensifying violence and a weak central gov...

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