Tag: American

  • Study: More Americans Using Cannabis, Finding it Less Harmful

    A new study has found a dramatic increase in the numbers of Americans who use cannabis, and also found that attitudes towards cannabis have shifted over time to reflect a wider acceptance of its use. The study — published in the British medical journal The Lancet Psychiatry — analyzed survey data from 596,500 adults gathered every […]

  • Native American Rights to Sacrament

    The long battle to religious freedom By M. Allister Greene   The fight for religious freedoms in the U.S. is one that is best represented by the struggles, court battles, and individuals that have tried to live in many different levels of a traditional Native American life. The difficulty is after hundreds of years of […]

  • Native American’s Culture and Religion

    By M. Allister Greene Less than 500 years ago, this land had tens of millions of people, from thousands of different cultures that lived from the Arctic to the tip of South America, and spread from one coast to the other, in every environment on these continents. We lived, we breathed, we fought, we loved, […]

  • Issue 27 – Winter 2011

    Contents Credits Updates, Warnings, Suggestions California Dreaming Publisher’s Note Editorial Letter to the Editor Bill S-10 The American Votes Michelle Rainey Melanoma and Cannabis World’s Oldest Club Turns 15 Hemp Car Making Hemp Paper Hempology Wordsearch Comics Club Listings and Supporters