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Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom (2011)

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Shows, in no uncertain terms, why of Freedom Ingestion and the Right to Keep and Bear Arms are equally indisputable civil rights, and why the War on Drugs and the War on Guns are both entirely immoral.

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A stunning and entertaining examination of Constitutional issues in America. Covers abuse of authority by police, the War on Drugs, self-defense, States' Rights, Natural Rights, Austrian Economics, the problems of a two-party system and taxation. Written by Anonymous

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Because there's no such thing as "half free.

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Provides Insight Into Why Both are Important to Freedom
23 March 2011 | by See all my reviews

This movie provides information on the importance of freedom and how current laws and policies are detrimental to freedom and well-being. If the gun rights people and those for the end of the drug war joined forces against current laws they would be a powerful force for positive change. The end of the drug war would be a boost to our economy in that the money used to fight this never ending war could be used for good. The prison population would decrease, people with drug problems would be more apt to seek help, and people would be secure in knowing they can protect themselves and their families if threatened. This movie is both informative and entertaining.


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