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A growing number of states are weighing whether to legalize marijuana to treat post-traumatic stress disorder. But for many veterans, the debate is already over.

They’re increasingly using cannabis even though it remains illegal in most states and is unapproved by the Department of Veterans Affairs because major studies have yet to show it is effective against PTSD.

While the research has been contradictory and limited, some former members of the military say pot helps them manage their anxiety, insomnia and nightmares. Prescription drugs such as Klonopin and Zoloft weren’t effective or left them feeling like zombies, some say.

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EXPOSED: North American Union Expanding

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WF74R9-5Ytc While we’ve all been distracted lately by political campaigns, global crisis and race issues, the North American Union has been quietly expanding. This report focuses in on the highway systems that run between Canada, the U.S.A. and Mexico. While hitting a few roadblock along the way, the highway system looks like it’s back with a vengeance.

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I didn’t start the fight with Lyin’Ted Cruz over the GQ cover pic of Melania, he did. He knew the PAC was putting it out – hence, Lyin’ Ted!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 24, 2016

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Donald Trump Snake Warning Goes Viral

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A YouTube video depicting a stark warning from presidential candidate Donald Trump regarding the refugee crisis is continuing to go viral across the web.

Reciting lyrics from the 1968 song “The Snake” by Al Wilson, based off Aesop’s fable of The Farmer and the Viper, the business mogul explains how Europe is being slowly overtaken by radical jihadists.

“The Snowden issue vastly overstated the dangers to U.S. citizens in terms of spying because the fact of the matter is… is that actually our intelligence agencies are pretty scrupulous about U.S. persons, people on U.S. soil,” Obama said. “What those disclosures did identify were excesses overseas with respect to people who are not in this country.”

President Obama went on to claim that such issues were fixed with numerous reforms and later analyzed by the Privacy & Civil Liberties Oversight Board.

Less than 24 hours prior to the president’s speech, a report from The Washington Post detailed the Obama administration’s new policy of expanded data-sharing between the NSA and U.S.

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Emergency Video: Race War To End America

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Emergency: Race War to End America

Posted by Alex Jones on Friday, March 11, 2016

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Clinton Insider Rushed To Hospital

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Clinton Insider Rushed To Hospital

Posted by Alex Jones on Friday, March 11, 2016

Mexico central bank Governor Agustin Carstens said the possibility of a Donald Trump presidency is implicitly reflected in the risk models used by policy makers, after stressing the importance to Mexico’s economy of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

“Explicitly, no,” Carstens told El Financiero-Bloomberg TV’s Carlos Mota when asked if the risk of a Trump presidency is reflected in the central bank’s models, “but implicitly all of us have it in our heads.”

Trump has pledged to renegotiate or terminate Nafta, saying it has been a disaster for the U.S. that has encouraged companies to move production south of the border.

Residents of the Hawaiian Islands just breathed a sigh of relief – literally, as the deadline passed for Hawaii’s House Judiciary Committee to hear House Bill 849, relating to Right to Farm, that would force residents to succumb to pesticide spraying without any say. All the while, companies like Monsanto, Dow, Syngenta, and BASF use Hawaii land as a testing ground for GM crops.

Bill 849 amends Hawaii’s Right to Farm Act to ensure that counties cannot enact laws, ordinances, or resolutions to limit the rights of farmers and ranchers to engage in agricultural practices – including spraying with carcinogenic pesticides.

It has been five years since the Fukushima disaster. Many of us have forgotten the press describing millions of gallons of ‘nuclear’ water leaking into the ocean, but nearly 400,000 people who had to be evacuated remember the event vividly. The panic and irresponsibility by TEPCO following the earthquake, tsunami, and meltdowns was unprecedented.

In a recent interview with The Telegraph, Japan’s former Prime Minister, Naoto Kan, stated that the country had come within a “paper-thin margin” of being absolutely devastated.

Kan said that Fukushima was so bad, he had considered declaring martial law and evacuating Tokyo and all areas within 160 miles of the plant.

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