Saturday, January 31, 2009



The final draft of the UM NORML constitution has been conceived and may or may not be posted here for viewing. As soon as this is finished, everything will be run by the Dean of Students and national NORML to be legitimized.

In other news, it appears that President Obama's half brother, George Obama, was arrested today in Kenya for the simple possession of marijuana. Yes, prohibition is everywhere and is very real. Maybe...just maybe...just maybe, the Obama administration will respect the American citizen's call for action in regards to ending the failed policy dubbed the War on Drugs.

Let's keep our fingers crossed.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Marijuana Inc. on CNBC at 8pm

Don't miss out on CNBC's special "Marijuana Inc." tonight at 8pm central time. CNBC has a poll asking whether or not the reader supports the decriminalization of marijuana. The results have been a resounding 98% Yes. Yes we DO support decriminalization. Yes. Yes. YES.

Please America, end the ridiculously expensive (both monetary and personal) War on Drugs. It did not work, is not working, and will not work. Let's get smart about our drug laws!

Let's just hope this special will be an unbiased look at the marijuana industry in America. Be sure to tune in!

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

If you would like more information about the organization or possibly joining, email me at and pass on the news of this upcoming organization to other people that you know that attend the University of Mississippi.

I have sent out several Facebook related announcements out to try and spread the word. I have to rely on everyone passing the word on to their friends in order for this to work.

Don't be afraid to stand up to right a wrong. It is our responsibility to inform those that don't know the whole story.


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Jason Wilson

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