High Times Presents: The U.S. Cannabis Cup

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Britain’s 'Skunk' Phenomenon

Once Britain’s youth started getting access to better weed, instead of that seedy garbage grown on the side of a road or poopy Moroccan soap-bar hash, a new Reefer Madness style drug war started, and it’s been using all the same propaganda:...

Why Legalizing Marijuana Hasn’t Cured Oregon Reefer Madness

Two states legalized marijuana in 2012. It’s 2014 and so far, the sky has not fallen in Washington and Colorado. But that’s not stopping one Dr. Todd Huffman, a pediatrician in Eugene, Oregon, from predicting all manner of danger in store for teenagers now tha...

Desperate Prohibitionists Claim Marijuana Fuels Jihad

Cliff Kincaid writes in the ironically named Accuracy in Media that “It may be too early to draw a direct connection between jihad, marijuana, and mass murder, but it is worth considering whether consumption of the drug can alter the mind to such an extent that jiha...

Pot Is As Addictive as Heroin And Other Media Lies

A just-published literature review assessing the potential adverse effects associated with habitual marijuana smoking has the mainstream media in a reefer mad frenzy. Predictably, however, the paper’s conclusions are far less sensational than the media headlines.

New York's Long Island Submits to Reefer Madness

HIGH TIMES would like to commend the underground marijuana growers of Long Island, New York for being so successful at their chosen profession that they inspired this paranoid piece of yellow “journalism” from their local station,

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