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  1. Ron Strider

    Former Mexican President 'Wants To Be The R.J. Reynolds Of Marijuana'

    Our sources south of the border say to keep an eye on the business interests of former Mexican President Vicente Fox, a vocal President Trump critic. "He wants to be the R.J. Reynolds of marijuana," our spy said. And there seems to be some substance to the rumor. In June, Fox was the...
  2. Ron Strider

    Mexico's Hellish Drug War Is Getting Worse, But Why

    With violence at "historic levels," and no end in sight, it's time to ask: What's gone wrong in Mexico? Wars are not won by targeting the enemy's generals and leaving their ground forces intact. That's not a military campaign; it's not even a serious strategy. As Tolstoy notes in War and...
  3. Ron Strider

    Mexico's Drug War Ranks As World's Second-Deadliest Conflict

    Readers may note that several reports and evaluations of Mexican violence in 2016 have now been released, in calendar year 2017. As examples: 1. According to statistics of the Mexican government itself, murders in Mexico increased in 2016. See Mexico's murder rate spiked in 2016 due to...
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    FastBuds Autoflower LED Grow - Girl Scout Cookies - West Coast OG & Mexican Airlines

    Hi 420 Growers :) I'm a first time grower, asbsolute virgin/noob starting my first project with some autos. Thanks for giving me all the knowledge you didn't even know you'd given me over the last 6 months of reading on here - your knowledge is very much appreciated :) Some details of the...
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    Jesse Ventura Makes The Case For Cannabis

    This November, voters in Arizona, California, Maine, Massachusetts, and Nevada will all decide whether to join ranks with states like Colorado, Oregon, and Washington and legalize marijuana for recreational purposes. Meanwhile, Arkansas, Florida, Montana, and Missouri will decide whether to...
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    Mexican President's Reversal On Marijuana Comes After Surveys Show Growing Support

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s announcement Thursday that he will send a bill to the Senate legalizing medical uses of marijuana and increasing the amount an individual may possess, is a dramatic turnaround and may be a response to public support for medical marijuana, analysts said...
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    Mexican President Announces Medical Marijuana Legislation At U.N. Drug Summit

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto announced his plan of legalizing marijuana for medical and scientific purposes at the UN Drug Policy Summit. Peña Nieto spoke at the UN General Assembly Special Session on Drugs and referred to narcotics as a "public health problem," urging the...
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    Marijuana Legalisation In US Dents Drug Cartel Profits

    The legalisation of marijuana in a small number of US states has had a bonus side-effect: hurting the pockets of the Mexican drug cartels who illegally supply much of the drug to the country. The US Border Patrol reported a nearly 9 per cent decrease in marijuana seizures in 2015 from 2014...
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    U.S. Marijuana Legalization Cuts Mexican Pot Profits By 70%

    As marijuana is being legalized in the United States, Mexico is on the verge of facing a decline in profit due to the popularity of the said crop. The country which is known to be the biggest supplier of marijuana is starting at least 70% steep decline in income. Mexican cartels rely heavily...
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    Mexico Inches Toward Legalizing Marijuana

    The United States has a very sensitive relationship with Mexico pertaining to illegal drugs. It is constantly claiming that Mexico has been lax in assisting in the interdiction of illegal drugs that are produced or staged in Mexico and shipped to destinations within the U.S. American...