Libertarian-style conservatism has its limits in the town that launched Sarah Palin's career. They draw the line at pot brownies.
Red States Nebraska and Oklahoma incredibly claim federal law trumps state law, and that foreign laws are more important than state laws.
During Monday night's episode of The Rachel Maddow Show, host Rachel Maddow discussed popular ballot measures in a number of red or swing states that could help swing the tide in many close gubernatorial or Senate races.
Perhaps in the name of appeasing Mayor Vincent Grey's belief that removing the threat of jail time will result in widespread consumption of the drug, the council voted 11-1 on a watered down effort to decriminalize marijuana use.
On Hardball, MSNBC’s Chris Matthews joined the growing chorus of Beltway pundits who are terrified of the potential consequences of legal marijuana. Taking aim at President Obama’s statement that marijuana is “no more dangerous than alcohol, Matthews lamented:
Law enforcement officials have been staunch opponents of legalizing the weed for personal or medicinal use because as contraband, it is a major source of funding for law enforcement.