Healing the Sick
Shining Light in the Dark
Freeing the Captives
Feeding the Hungry
We are Legalizers.
Without legalization there is no hope.
— Legalizing Doesn’t Mean Proselytizing —
Legalization Can Instantly Reduce:
Deaths, Disease, Crime, Corruption, & Addiction
Like Harm Reduction?
Legalization is the Good, Better and Best option to do so.
Please don’t make the perfect the enemy of the good.
I must confess I am not sure who promoted a “private” and for-profit prison system and it is not my intent to condemn. Even though I don’t know names, I feel certain the logic and how it was promo
One of the biggest problems is that people lump all drugs in to the category of “drugs” or “bad.”
- Read a little about the United States Constitution.
- Learn where the number 666 is written about in the Bible, in the book of Revelation.
- Read some of the symbolic meanings of the numbers 6 & 7.
- Learn how Jesus was, and is, a whole lot nicer than the beings written about in Revelation that force their wills on others.
- Finally a joke using UNIX permissions which has a convenient coincidence.
Here is some from the introduction...
The number 666 has long been considered a bad omen, a bad sign, an evil number, standing for an evil force. A number that somehow indicates evil. Many theories have been put forth as to why. I have discovered another possible explanation, or two.
Adding interest to this theory are some symbolic meanings attached to various numbers, in particular 6 and 7. The number 6 is believed to be the number of “man.” The number 7 is believed to be the number of “perfection” and “completion.”
Read Revelation chapter 13 and one thing is clear. The beast is all about forcing its will on others. Please note, this is the opposite of our savior, Jesus, Yeshua, the Christ, the Messiah, Wonderful, Counselor. He asks us nicely. He said whoever comes to him, he will not drive away. How many people did Jesus push his will on? None! How many people did Jesus kill? None! Others begged him to do things for them.
Some of the problems Christians Against Prohibition (and all drug policy reformers) face include: