Facebook’s Relationship To Marijuana? It’s Complicated

Debra Borchardt ,  Contributor I write about the business of marijuana. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own.   Facebook FB +1.08% can’t decide where it stands on cannabis. On the one hand, it says it doesn’t want to promote drug use and bans what it believes is content that approves of marijuana use, …

It’s ‘digital heroin’: How screens turn kids into psychotic junkies

By Dr. Nicholas Kardaras August 27, 2016 | 7:54pm   “I walked into his room to check on him. He was supposed to be sleeping — and I was just so frightened…” She found him sitting up in his bed staring wide-eyed, his bloodshot eyes looking into the distance as his glowing iPad lay next …

“Your ad wasn’t approved because the body/title text used in the ad promotes the use or sale of illegal drugs,”

Why Did Facebook Block Our Reporting On Hemp? By Jeff Young • 18 hours ago     Hey, Mark Zuckerberg, can we talk about hemp? No, really, I’m asking: can we? Because a recent experience with Facebook left the impression that reporting on the plant used in products from soap to rope is taboo. Verboten. …

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    1. The prison system in the United States is a profit-making industry. Private corporations operate over 200 facilities nationwide and are traded on the New York Stock Exchange. READ MORE   2. Six corporations control virtually all American media. News Corp. owns over 27 television stations and over 150 newspapers. Time Warner has …

Ukraine: Obama’s invasions, 9-11 and mass media control

The coup d'état in Ukraine and its aftermath as well all of the events leading up to it are proving even to the casual thinking observer that the western corporate controlled media has lost any semblance of even a pretense at being fair, balanced and reasonable. News is about presenting facts and those facts are …

Bill O’Reilly’s Opinion….Anti-Marijuana

    Submitted by Marijuana Policy Project on Sep 14, 2012 On his wonderfully fair and balanced show on Thursday, Bill O’Reilly was nice enough to highlight our Top 50 Most Influential Marijuana Users list. He then started on a long rant, joined by his co-hosts, about the evils and deadly health risks associated with …