This is the future of American Law. First we were given the sanctuary states and cities.
The Editor: What will the sleazy news media and DemocRATS do now, LL ?
Mobster Cat: They will continue to investigate. The bunch of alcoholics and drug addicts on the Democratic Committee are going to keep making news, The 22 months, 2,800 subpoenas, 500 witnesses, 19 lawyers, and between 31-35 million dollars spent didn’t find jack.
TE: Who can the committee get to be sure and get the planned results they want, MC ?
They have hired Geraldo Rivera, a noted journalist from somewhere, and these old SNL comedians
What them and the R’s could do is pass some meaningful drug regulations, or let consumers sue the companies.
Wikipedia officially joins the Democrats, Facebook, and Google as being untrustworthy/crooked.
They are no good.
This is the Waldo, or Riddle Mill, covered bridge south of the town of Waldo, Talladega County, Alabama. It is 115 ft. long and was built about 1858. It was in use until 1960 when it was condemned by the state and its approach spans were removed. A park was created at one end of the bridge and plans were made to restore the bridge, but the bridge has been neglected for almost 60 years. It is one of eight antique wooden covered bridges in Alabama.
PHOTO BY: BILL BOWSER…FROM CINCINNATI, OHIO
You have to remember Chicago is Obama’s hometown. This is the rich and famous justice system.
The Editor: Is this like The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue, LL ?
Dope Cat: It sure is. A lot of this is a refresher, which our new readers can use. The first link is about how drugs are scheduled or classified.
Marijuana is a schedule one drug. It is and has been classified like this for political reasons. It should be a schedule five. It is probably the least harmful drug in America. Even Koala Bears smoke it.
Here are two other links to drug articles.
TE: Does The Sphinx approve of these drugs, DC ?
The only opinion we have is that all drugs should be legal and taxed, with 10 per-cent of the taxes going to rehab facilities or morgues. Either that or continue to kill sixty-three ( 63 ) thousand people a year in overdoses and needless jail time. That’s more in one year that all of Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan combined.