Stephen Colbert gives David Brooks and Ruth Marcus the treatment they deserve after the very confused columns they wrote warning of the dangers of legalizing marijuana.
NY Times conservative columnist David Brooks wrote a column denouncing the use of marijuana, but when you read his take on it, he actually justifies its legalization.
The Majority Report's Sam Seder and our friend Cliff Schecter discuss David Brooks' "incredibly stupid pot column."
JP Morgan agreed to a $13 billion settlement which would end several governmental inquiries into its fraudulent behavior.
Local St. Louis radio host Charles Brennan defends the TeaBirchers in Missouri and their gun-nullification bill by comparing it to attempts to decriminalize marijuana across the country.
In his New Rules segment this Friday, Bill Maher took a shot at all of the "gun nuts" out there who are so worried about their 2nd Amendment rights being stripped away, but who, along with a lot of liberals, haven't said anything about the National
I have to admit to having a completely short-sighted stance on the decriminalization of marijuana. I view our "War on Drugs" as a complete and utter failure to everyone except private prison companies. I do not make a distinction between the
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell reminded viewers why, even though millions of voters are apathetic as to whether making their voices heard on election day matters or not, if the Supreme Court and its impact for generations to come isn't enough to make
The online collective known as Anonymous has announced a plans to turn April 20th, a day celebrated by many as "National Marijuana Smoking Day," into a day of political protest in order to push for the legalization of marijuana. Operation
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