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    in Art


  • 02:13

    PGT Episode #244- Time to- MI-Legalize

    in Legal


    Tonight 8-10 EST Listen LIVE! at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center.


    Hash Bash re-cap, MI Legalize 2016 and a look at other cannabis based Michigan broadcasts


    Joining us tonight-


    Members of the MI Legalize board which includes- Chuck Ream, Matt Abel, Josey Scoggin, Cary Justice, Steve Sharpe, Nick Zettell, Rick Thompson, Jamie Lowell, David Rudoi, Jim Powers, and Executive Director Jeff Hank will discuss the initiative effort.


    Steve Greene of The Full Melt Radio Show and Jonathon Reinhardt of Medical Mondays


    And- regular guest and friend of the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels, Thetford Twp Trustee and the returning T-Pain.


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!




  • 01:25

    Mother Herb- Legalize Weed

    in Culture

    With the legalization of marijuana spreading rapidly around the country, Karin Lazarus, founded of a Colorado medical marijuana BAKERY….

    In her new book SWEET MARY JANE, Karin explains her secrets for baking delectable confections with or without cannabis!

    More than that though, SWEET MARY JANE tells the story of how Karin, after watching a few seasons of Weeds and researching the health benefits of cannabis in the early 2000s, hatched a business plan to combine the healing properties of medical marijuana with her love of baking for family, friends, and strangers alike. The business side of her story is truly fascinating!

    Finally, Karin has been on the forefront of legalization of marijuana, and she can give a clear picture as to where the political and legalization processes for a number of states!

  • 02:02

    SHUT UP Esther Byer! Legalize Ganja! Teacher Student Relationships in Barbados

    in Radio

    SHUT UP Esther Byer!   Stop your stupid talk about a 24/7 Barbados.  Are there enough jobs and enough work to go around?   The only thing that can honestly be 24/7 in Barbados is fraud and prostitution.

    Legalize Ganja/marijuana and release our brothers from the queen's jail (Dodds)!  If people can kill and get away with it in Barbados, no one should be in jail for smoking or selling dry leaves.  If people can drive drunk, they should be able to drive while mellow and chilled after smoking a spliff.

    Teacher Student Relationships in Barbados is part of the MISSING GIRLS (boys) problem.  They say it's 'personal' because they don't want to implicate teachers.  We will discuss teacher/student relationships tonight.

    Four Seasons.   There may be a buyer who is interested in finishing the project -- but will the political class allow this transaction?

    Abducted?  We doubt that!  There was another futile search for the missing Marcelle Smith this morning. Yesterday, the family announced that she was being held against her will.  A mere $5,000 reward is offered for her safe return or information.

    Sheri Veronica.  Rawle Maycock.  Alex Mitchell.  Angela Cole

  • 02:31


    in Entertainment

    Legalize KILLING GAY PEOPLE. California Lawyer Pushes Ballot Measure.

    A California lawyer proposed a ballot initiative to legalize the execution of gay and lesbian people in the state. The measure isn't expected to end up on the ballot, since it's clearly unconstitutional, but it's drawing attention to California's bizarre ballot initiative process. California's attorney general is likely required by law to clear the initiative. But the state's Supreme Court is likely to step in and stop the measure, particularly if the proposal gets enough signatures to qualify for the ballot.
    The measure would authorize the killing of gay and lesbian CaliforniansLGBT flag
    Under the measure, the LGBT flag could be seen as illegal advocacy. (Shutterstock)
    Orange County attorney Matt McLaughlin paid the $200 filing fee on February 26 to submit the Sodomite Suppression Act to voters on November 2016.
    The proposal has no chance of becoming law, since it's unconstitutional and would most likely never get approval from California voters, but it's drawn national attention because its provisions are so abhorrent and extreme.

    You can win a prize if you call in to play..Jesus Is calling You.

    Plus box office and more live calls. Givaway from the Black Ice Six Store. Shopping Spree.

  • 00:26

    Prostitution: Should We Legalize? Part 2 with Dr. Melinda Chateauvert, EP.58

    in Romance

    Part 2! Sorry for the audio with this half everyone, still working out tech difficulties.  A bit of an echo but still AMAZING info so bear with us and keep listening!  Thanks for your patience, and if you'd like to read the transcript instead, click here.  

    T&A are very excited to talk with Dr. Mindy Chateauvert, historian and author of the book, 'Sex Workers Unite: A History of the Movement from Stonewall to Slutwalk' in part one of this two-part show.  Sex worker's rights are a hotly debated topic and everyone seems to have an opinion about its possible legalization- but do we really know what we're talking about?  Mindy answers all of our questions and gives us  an incredibly educated and eye-opening account of all sides of the debate.  Plus, A shares her experience from being in the industry and the girls talk about the damaging affects of America's 'Whorephobia' with Mindy (Mindy's term, we can't claim that one).

    See Dr. Melinda Chateuvert's work at www.sexworkersunite.com and follow her @whorestorian

  • 02:00


    in Politics Progressive

    Legalize it!

    For decades, the American government has been wasting millions of dollars in their "war on drugs" with little IF ANY effect on the distribution of drugs in the U.S.

    In the eyes of the law, marijuana is looked at the same as cocaine, heroin and other powerfully addicting man made substances.

    Anyone that has ever smoked weed, a plant grown in nature and smoked without additives or chemicals, knows differently.

  • 02:15

    PGT Episode #254 MI Legalize Launches- Live @ O’mara’s II

    in Legal

    Second) Special public broadcast at Omara's restaurant 2555 12 Mile Rd Berkley, MI Tonight!

    Listen LIVE 8-10 pm EST at www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626


    Petitions will be on site for signing and we will be emphasizing and discussing the importance of Compassion Clubs.


    Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion


    Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles, Jamie Lowell from Third Coast




    MILegalize kicks off the campaign to legalize in 2016 on the steps of the Capitol building at 1:00 today- Planet Green Trees Radio will cover this event, discuss the campaign and have petitions for signatures at tonight's broadcast at Omara's restaurant in Berkley!


    We will also be joined by the Mocc CompassionClub along with Chad from Birmingham Compassion to discuss the importance and value of having a network of people- mainly medical marijuana patients and caregivers- to help with information, support, patient/caregiver connections etc.


    Jim Powers- Michigan Parents for Compassion co- founder and board member of the ballot group known as MILegalize.


    Retired police officer and one of LEAP's (Law Enforcement Against Prohibition) newest members- Steve Miller


    And- regular guest and friend of the show attorney David Rudoi of Rudoi Law, Eric Gunnels, Thetford Twp Trustee and T-Pain who continues to provide much inappropriate probing.


    Michael's rant, news, current events and more!




  • 01:57

    Why doesn't the government want to legalize marijuana?

    in Entertainment

    Why is it illegal in countries where it grows naturally, especially if it's part of their culture?


    Top 11 Reasons America Doesn't Want Legal Marijuana

    By Steve Elliott ~alapoet~ in Culture

    Wednesday, June 29, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    #8. In 1937, the guy who started this whole fiasco said...

    "No one knows, when he places a marijuana cigarette to his lips, whether he will become a philosopher, a joyous reveler in a musical heaven, a mad insensate, a calm philosopher, or a murderer." ~ Harry J. Anslinger

    And people still believe this... Let me help you out, America. You get mellow when you smoke. Whatever was troubling you hurts less now.Harry was right about it making music and stories better, but murderers and insensate? I haven't insensate since high school. (Someone should tell me what "insensate" means.)

    Join Brother Uptown and Brother Zaiyah as they discuss this and other important topics on this weeks episode of Zaiyah's House.

  • 00:55

    Legalize Recovery!

    in Self Help

    Our guest this evening is Adam Sledd who writes for The Fix as well as having his own blog. We will be talking about the compatibility of drug legalization and recovery.

  • 00:37

    Election Day 2015

    in Politics

    Locked in the fight of his political life, veteran City Councilor Charles Yancey said yesterday he believes aggressive door-knocking will be enough to record a “resounding” victory in tomorrow’s election over surging rival Andrea Joy Campbell, who trounced the 31-year councilor in the September primary.Boston Herald

    Ohio voters could make history when they head to the polls Tuesday. Depending on the outcome of the election, Ohio could become the first state to legalize marijuana for both medical and recreational use in a single vote. The decision comes down to votes on two issues, though. Issue 3 on the ballot led to the creation of Issue 2, which could keep Issue 3 from actually happening. It’s easy to see how this can get confusing, but here’s how it all WANE

    Tacoma,Washington is stepping into the spotlight as voters on Election Day decide on two minimum-wage measures, including one that would immediately bump pay in the city to at least $15 an hour — one of the highest minimum wages in the country.Seattle Times