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Legal Marijuana Finding New Home In Illinois

The pro-pot campaign seems to be gaining more and more traction as time moves on. Just 2 weeks ago we noted that Pennsylvania Senate pushed through Senate Bill 3 for medical cannabis with a 40-7 margin, and debates on the religious values of reefer rage on in Texas. Now it has been announced that Illinois . . . . Continue Reading


Sickening Statistics From New Sexual Assault Study

Sexual assault is by no means a casual topic. It is one of the most offensive and appalling, devastating and disturbing offenses one human being can commit onto another, and what’s even more disconcerting is that a new study has confirmed that sexual assault has reached “epidemic levels” on college campuses. Another corroboration made by . . . . Continue Reading


New York Breaks Record With 50 Million Dollar Heroin Bust

In case you didn’t hear about it, the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in New York just made a drug bust in the Bronx that is likely to have a devastating impact on the dealers in the area, not to mention be counted as a huge win in the fight to keep heroin off the . . . . Continue Reading


Woman Convicted for Google Executive Drug Overdose

Before I have asked if people should be held accountable for the deaths of others that are caused by drug overdose. Specially should a dealer or even the person that puts the needle in your arm for you be charged with your murder if you are willingly using? Seems in California they think so, and . . . . Continue Reading


Boss Status Causes More Stress for Women

You have to pay the cost to be the boss, but it seems for women that cost is frequently higher. Now before I get into this, let’s just say that with great power comes great responsibility… and often great stress, for ANYONE. The stress attributed to hiring, firing, setting workplace standards and salaries, schedules and . . . . Continue Reading


Coffee Can Kill You… or Cure You

Author: Justin Mckibben As I sit with my cappuccino with extra espresso and hazelnut trying to light the spark that will keep me alive through the day, I wonder how much better my life may be without all this coffee… or is it possible it could even be worse? Is coffee really that bad for . . . . Continue Reading


Sin City to Host CA Convention

When someone thinks of Las Vegas- aka Sin City- is most known for vast casinos and hotels, a renowned city in Southern Nevada infamous for gambling, shopping, fine dining and a notorious nightlife. In general just celebrating all forms of vice, so it is the last place you would imagine when you talk about sobriety. . . . . Continue Reading


Next Week is National Prevention Week!

The month of May is most notable for Cinco De Mayo, Mother’s  Day and Memorial Day weekend, and being having its flowers brought in by April showers. May is surely important to some for birthdays and anniverseries, but there is another reason that next week is a big deal for the month of May. The . . . . Continue Reading


May 17th Walk a Mile In The Addict’s Mom’s Shoes

Mom; she is the one who gave us life, and in turn gave us everything. Those of us blessed enough to have a mom sometimes forget the sacrifice and the strength it can take to be a mother, and we don’t always realize the things a mother goes through for her children. Maybe one thing . . . . Continue Reading


Treating Marijuana Addiction with… Marijuana?

You ever heard someone say fight fire with fire? Not too sure this is what they meant, but I guess that it’s the type of thing always open to interpretation. So when considering the new discoveries being made, and in light of the major marijuana reforms going on across the country, could it maybe not . . . . Continue Reading