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The Ochelli Effect – Psychotherapy For Media Exhaustion

On this particular Ochelli Effect, Michael Swanson went into a direction that Chuck did not expect. The industry of Psychology and MkUltra were discussed as inspired by Mike’s interest in the Documentary Wormwood. It was quite unique among all the dialogs with Mike on the show over the years. How does this relate to what Mike knows about his father?

This was far from the typical conversation Chuck and Mike have had over the years. Mike also talked about some current events and the dissertations of Eric Olsen. Fascinating stuff.

Pearse Redmond arrived in the second hour giving us an update on the latest slow-motion coup de tat in Venezuela. Chuck ranted briefly about how media consumers get what they ask for regardless of the gravity or value of information. This was another great TYR’s Day night on The Ochelli Effect.

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Show Notes:

Wormwood: Obsession, Lies, and a CIA Coverup

FrankOlsonProject.org

Constitution – Title V: Organization of national public authority (Art. 186-298)

Sources: Trump Administration on Verge of Military Overthrow of Venezuelan Government

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 91 What is CannaSense? with Daniel Louis Crumpton

Daniel Louis Crumpton joins me today to talk about his work with the non-profit CannaSense. Daniel explains how CannaSense provides medical grade cannabis and related products to anyone in need through out the 50 states. We talk about the legal framework that CannaSense uses in order to provide the medicine. Daniel breaks down what they call the trifecta (Compassionate Use act, Affordable Care Act, and the Article 4 Section 1 of the Constitution) which sets up a legal framework to prescribe cannabis and distribute it no matter where you happen to live. We also talk about the various legal arguments opposing this, and show how they don’t really stand up to what the Constitution enumerates to us. Daniel also talks about the legal safeguards that CannaSense offers to all of its members. Later Daniel talks about the types of people that he works with as a caregiver with CannaSense. We discuss the medical cannabis movement and why so many people would benefit from medicinal cannabis.

In the second hour Daniel and I discuss the growing legalization movement and our problems with it. We talk about the fear of the corporatization, taxation, and government regulation of cannabis. Daniel and I talk from a philosophical viewpoint that the government can’t “legalize” a plant that our bodies were designed to consume. We discuss our own desires to see cannabis become decriminalized and simply a part of the fabric of America, and not an extension of Monsanto and the government. Daniel and I also talk about how the deregulated cannabis market works very well as it stands right now. We end by talking about anti-cannabis crusaders like Jeff Sessions and Chris Christie and how irrelevant they are becoming.

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Show Notes:

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Then Came the Flood by Daniel Louis Crumpton

CannaSense

The Origin of the Word “Marijuana”

Marijuana Legalization Support at all-time High

After meeting with Sessions, Colorado gov thinks AG unlikely to crack down on marijuana

Christie hammers backers of legalizing marijuana in NJ, calls it ‘beyond stupid’

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