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"Cannabis Oil, A Cure for Cancer? You Decide," Joe 'Ironman' Siler

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Sat, Dec 12, 2009 - 1:39 am

Before treatmentAfter treatment Soon we begin an interview with Joe "Ironman" Siler, a 65-year-old former U.S. Marine who lives in northern Texas.

I wanted to interview Mr. Siler, and give him an opportunity to share his story in his own words, because he has tried to get his message out to a number of people and news outlets including, "Fox news, Clarice Tinsley, Rep. Hensarling Tx. [election], Judge Napolitano [Fox News | Personal], Will Martin, Mr. Cartwright, and Texas Monthly magazine," but to no avail.

What message you may ask? That he used cannabis, also known as marijuana, to heal skin lesions, skin cancers.

Former Drug Czar Barry McCaffrey, Drug Warrior Perjurer

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Tue, Nov 10, 2009 - 1:28 pm

(For now this page is more of a place holder than the fully-formed essay. I hope to bring it up to speed before the weekend. But in the mean time here's a preview.)

Similar to what Jesus said, "I have given her time to repent, but she is unwilling," [Revelation 2:21] thus I too waited to hear of any news of repentance from the former Drug Czar, but … silence. So now I write, like Peter Moskos of LEAP, like Tim Lynch from the Cato Institute, trying to right the wrongs of this evil Drug War.

Johns Hopkins Medical School and Council on Spiritual Practices', Psilocybin Research

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Sat, Oct 31, 2009 - 9:23 pm

"Almost all engaged at least monthly in religious or spiritual activities such as prayer or attending religious services…"

"Two-thirds of the participants, who were mostly middle-aged college graduates, ranked being given psilocybin as either the best or in the top five best experiences of their lives…"

"… two months after the trial, 79% them reported moderately or greatly increased well-being or satisfaction…"

LEAP in Albuquerque with Former U.S. Marshal Matthew Fogg and Former Governor Gary Johnson

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Tue, Oct 27, 2009 - 5:50 pm

Flier thumb Mark your calendar and make an effort to be at this presentation before the 3-day Drug Policy Reform Conference (Nov. 12-14).

When: November 10th at 7 PM

Because on November 10th at 7 PM, for approximately 2 hours, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition will explain why our War on Drugs, aka Drug Prohibition, has failed, continues to fail, and will only get worse unless we make some serious and sober changes.

Titled: "Trusted U.S. Officials Make the Case Against the Drug War," former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, and Former Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal Matthew Fogg will speak, explaining the logic, giving personal accounts, and taking questions.

Where: University of New Mexico, Student Union, Lobo Room (Rm. 3037).
Google Map | Campus Map | Student Union Building Floor Plan

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition Blog

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Fri, Sep 11, 2009 - 12:44 am

The leading world-wide anti-prohibition organization, Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP), has launched a new blog.

Formerly hosted at their own website, they are now using to host their new blog. If you haven't updated your bookmarks yet, do!

LEAP website: Favicon.ico.

LEAP Blog @ Favicon.ico.

The good news is you can always find links to both websites in the "Explore More" block in the sidebar on right hand side of the page! So no matter what page you are on, they are always just one click away!

Here's the banner to look for!

LEAP Banner

Psalm 108:12, "The Help of Man is Vain." How God Used Me to Stop a Gang Fight

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Thu, Sep 10, 2009 - 12:11 am

The following is an anonymous submission from a regular reader.

I'm posting this in the "Introduce Yourself" section of since it seems to fit here, and in the Prohibition Prophecy Book due to the quote from Psalms below.

"It should go some way to explaining why I've joined the coalition to end prohibition."

Psalm 108:12 (WEB)

Give us help against the enemy, for the help of man is vain.

He Despised the Shame

Submitted by Thinking CAP on Sun, Jul 26, 2009 - 9:41 pm

The humiliation and shame they made; with their own hands, mouths, and other objects of adoration.

Digging traps for others to fall in to, selling access to buildings dedicated to God, instead of spreading God's forgiveness and spirit.

They accused, tricked, abused, and acted in other Non-Golden Rule Behaviors.

Some accusations [Luke 7:31-35], they made in front of others, include:

  • Being a pleasure-seeker.
  • Drunkard.
  • Glutton.
  • Friend of tax collectors and sinners.

They acted in hypocritical ways as they tried to bring him down! [John 8:1-11, John 8:32-39, Luke 12:1-2, Luke 6:41-46, Luke 13:11-17, Mark 7:5-9, Mark 12:12-17, Matthew 6:1-6, 16-18, Matthew 7:1-5, Matthew 23:1-39]

They tried to make him afraid. [Luke 13:31-33] But he knew what was coming.

And they succeeded in bringing him down…


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