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Maple Leaf Marijuana: Canada’s Largest Pharmacy Chain to Sell Medical Cannabis

Quite like the current extremely complex and convoluted American political landscape, cannabis legalization has become a very relevant issue for our neighbors to the North. Similar to how President Obama expressed his support to legalize the plant, Canadian Prime Minister and worldwide heart-throb Justin Trudeau has expressed on many occasions his support for full legalization… Read More

Gordon Ramsay Steak: Acclaimed Chef Opens Restaurant in Baltimore Casino

Few chefs have dominated the restaurant/culinary industry quite like Scottish/British 16 Michelin-star earning Gordon Ramsay. To have a single Michelin star is quite an accomplishment that a chef must go above and beyond simply showing up to work to receive. It’s an entirely rigorous process and it’s insane to complete that process on 16 different… Read More

Dallas to Implement Cite and Release Marijuana Program

Slowly but surely over time, cannabis is becoming more and more legalized while also becoming less feared and stigmatized. Many notable states and cities throughout the country are newly implementing various legislation to either decriminalize or legalize marijuana entirely. The noticeable differences between decriminalization and legalization are that in areas where marijuana is only decriminalized,… Read More

Alligator Brewing: Standing Up To Hate

Last Thursday afternoon, notorious white supremacist, founder of The National Policy Institute and Macklemore haircut-stealing thief Richard Spencer spoke at The University of Florida’s Phillips Center. Much to the dismay of everyone from the university’s president to Governor of Florida Rick Scott as well as thousands of protesters, Spencer still delivered his hateful and extremely… Read More

A Strange Arrangement: Married During “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

On February 28, 1994, the Clinton administration implemented a very controversial and somewhat discriminatory policy. Pretty much, the policy stated that discriminating against those who are openly homosexual was prohibited. Yet, the other clause of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” also stated that those who were already openly homosexual couldn’t serve their country.   Essentially, the… Read More