Thursday, May 28, 2009


Come to the THC Expo if you're able.

Richard M. Davis, the founder and curator of the USA Hemp Museum, will be there with his books and introducing his latest, HEMP FOR VICTORY: Vol. 5 THE TRILLION DOLLAR CROP.

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Jack Herer and Eddie Lepp at Seattle HempFest 2007

Eddie Lepp just got 10 years.


End hemp prohibition now and free all non violent drug war prisoners. Save billions in prison costs.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Marijuana Drug War Victims Speak (Part 1/2)

End hemp prohibition and free all hemp political prisoners.

Do it now.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Cops Say Legalize Drugs

There are a group of officers who signed up to protect We The People.

LEAP is awesome.

"Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP) is a 10,000-member organization representing cops, judges, prosecutors, prison wardens and others who now want to legalize and regulate all drugs after witnessing the horrors on the front lines of the "war on drugs."

Any citizen can join at

Sunday, May 10, 2009


Hempology 101 ideas to help science drive policy from the USA Hemp Museum,, Richard M. Davis, founder & curator.

There are volumes of hemp research already done. Ending hemp prohibition provides significant boosts to our environment, economy, health care system and for millions, personal well being.

Below is a slight expansion on the science/truth about how we can use hemp to help us solve our problems.

1. When the problem is a shortage of clean water, the solution is to create more clean water. Hemp can help create clean water.

a. Use locally grown hemp biomass to power coastal water distillers and desalination plants . These technologies powered by hemp can convert ocean water into clean drinking water. For example, Los Angeles, a coastal city, could process Pacific Ocean water into clean drinking water with less strain on the environment than the current process of draining the troubled Colorado River.

b. Use hemp biofuel to transport the clean water.

c. Use hemp plastics and hempcrete to make new pipes (water delivery system) if necessary.

2. When the problem is too much strain on the health care system, the solution is to reduce the strain by reducing the number of patients. Stress kills and key hemp grades (medical & recreational) reduce stress. In addition to growing and using effective 5,000 year old hemp medicine and foods, as described in Richard M. Davis’ museum tour book HEMP FOR VICTORY: THE WONDER HERB, use the newfound abundant water supply to promote hydrotherapy. Jethro Kloss's book, BACK TO EDEN has a chapter on the subject - The Water Cure recipe is on line.

3. When the problem is too many toxins in the environment, the solution is to produce radically fewer toxins, zero tolerance where possible. The Industrial Age was dominated by cotton and polyester. The Information Age demands comfortable, environmentally empowering, healthy hemp fabrics. Replacing cotton/polyester with non toxic hemp reduces the quantity of chemicals we put into our environment and the amount of water needed in processing.

4. When the problem is too much CO2 in the atmosphere, the solution is to remove the excess CO2, which hemp is a biomass champion at doing. To reduce air pollution, shift from petro to flex-fuel conversion engines that run hemp biofuel. Davis has more on hemp and the environment in his book HEMP FOR VICTORY: A GLOBAL WARMING SOLUTION.

5. When the problem is a lack of activity in the automotive industry, the solution is to create more activity in the automotive industry. Auto manufacturers can quickly develop an aftermarket converting their existing customer base from petro to flex fuel engines that burn hemp and other biofuels. Tax credits should apply.

6. When the problem is toxic and damaged soil, the solution is to aerate and clean the soil. When land is burnt, hemp can help heal it. Hemp’s up to 6’ root system aerates soil, cleaning/fortifying the land and empowering our rivers, necessary for peace of mind.

7. When the problem is waste, the solution is conservation. Hemp is a low water use plant that is already being grown on unused federal land. The way we make our paper, clothing and building materials is counterproductive, causing cancers and other health problems. Current methods use a lot of water. Hemp usage saves water in both growing and processing. Hemp is a weed.

8. When the problem is the government is broke, the solution is to tax the nation’s #1 cash crop, hemp. Just a 20% tax on recreational grades of hemp would create a huge tax income. Let’s not forget to add the reduction in costs from our prison (hemp peace pipe) and hospital (medical hemp) populations. Conservative estimates put the net income to the government around a trillion dollars a year in saved prison costs and tax income. That does not factor in the additional income and retail taxes generated by the demand for safe, inexpensive hemp products, jobs and business opportunities.

We must implement the end of hemp prohibition based on wisdom and common sense. We can grow from here and be free.

For more on hemp please visit the USA Hemp Museum, and learn about many of the ways hemp can help us save ourselves. Check back at the museum from time to time as we're working on Davis' books in his USA Hemp Museum tours, HEMP FOR VICTORY series. The next three in line are almost ready.

Let Science Drive Policy! End hemp prohibition now!!!

Ludacris "Blueberry Yum Yum"

Celebrate Hemp.

Ludacris "Blueberry Yum Yum"

The Right Light District

Def Jam

Directed by Jason Goldwatch

from the The Red Light District DVD

Saturday, May 9, 2009


Less talk, more actions.

End hemp prohibition now. That's $1.3 billion for California.

MSNBC - California to legalize marijuana?

There are museums and libraries of information on how hemp can help us solve many of our problems quickly. Visit the USA Hemp Museum to check out a few of hemp's many applications.

Yet, the debate continues.

Less talk more action. End hemp prohibition now.

California to legalize marijuana? 05-05-09 MSNBC

Part 2

Cafferty File: "Is legalization the answer to government money problems?"

This is a duh issue.

Enforce the will of the people. End hemp prohibition now.

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

A Brief List of People Who Have Smoked Marijuana

Ask the living why they are not doing everything they can to end hemp prohibition.

Thank the dead for all they did to end hemp prohibition.

End hemp prohibition now.

Cab Calloway - Reefer Man High Quality

Thank you Lord for that funny, funny, funny reefer man.

Monday, May 4, 2009

cannabis granny

Introduction to Cannabis Hemp

PeaceBud explains how the political changes in America's past along with the industrial revolution has led us into a historical era of post-industrial Oil Wars. Oil being a resource we don't need, as Cannabis Hemp could be grown to provide all the ethanol our country needs for driving. Did you know that the automobile industry was meant to run on a cannabis based fuel source called ethanol? Check out more at WWW.PEACEBUD.COM

Religious Leaders Push To Legalize Marijuana

Rastas call hemp 'heaven's gate.' Prayer and hemp go together like peace and love.

End hemp prohibition now.

Saturday, May 2, 2009

HIGH TIMES Presents: Top 10 Strains of the Year

Changing to a hemp-based economy could help solve financial, manufacturing and water crises

Mr. President, despite what you think, legalizing hemp would improve the economy, and a lot of other things too. We know you're busy so a digital signature ending the war on drugs would be wise if it is science driving policy. Anything else is an oppression.

Since the president is planning to continue federal oppression of the American people by keeping it illegal to interact with nature, the only salvation hope available is on a state level.

Originally published in WEST COAST LEAF Vol 2 No. 1 Spring 2009

Changing to a hemp-based economy could help solve financial, manufacturing and water crises

By Richard M. Davis, USA Hemp Museum

It is within the Constitutional power of Californians to kick the hemp revolution into high gear and free the plant to do its economic magic on the State.

The regional capacity is enormous. Hemp can be grown as a second crop on 700 square miles of rice fields in California equaling 448,000 acres, producing 5,000 pounds or two and one half tons per acre. That’s 1,120,000 tons of hemp that can be burned for electricity in existing or new regional biomass plants, or made into paper, textile, plastics, building materials, auto alcohol fuels or any of 50,000 viable products that keep the money in our State – the eighth largest economy in the world.

An that is just the rice crop; hemp could entirely replace the state’s cotton crop – 451,000 acres in 2007 for another 1,120,000 tons of hemp. (In 2008, 9.5 million acres of cotton were planted in the US.) Half the state alfalfa crop planted as hemp equals at least another 1,120,000 tons of hemp. Hemp can help in a big way with water savings, as well, especially if agronomist work to breed drought-resistant cultivars rather than low-THC strains.

California voters broke the 60-year hemp prohibition with Prop 215 and freed medical cannabis. The people must next free the whole hemp plant.

The voters could again do it directly by the initiative process, like Prop 215. The legislature or governor could pass a bill or put a referendum on the ballot. The grand juries or courts could also initiate a due process hearing in the public interest.

The state and global economic crisis will not be fully solved until hemp is restored to its natural place in society.

However, the ‘big banks’ are part of the problem. North Dakota already has a state bank that loans money to farmers at one percent interest. Proponents of cannabis plant should consider the need for a California State Bank, where we put our taxes and fees, and print our own debt-free state Greenbucks* to finance our own recovery.

*Ellen Hogson Brown, The Web Of Debt: The shocking truth about our money system and how we can break free. 2008.

For more on hemp please visit the USA Hemp Museum, , a private museum with a virtual wing.

Keep on kickin' up the hemp evolution.

Friday, May 1, 2009

America's #1 Request of Obama... Legalize Pot

At least the president can't say he does not know about the need to end hemp prohibition.

Keep on telling the president that we need hemp to solve our problems now.