Cannabis Background Screening: What Shows Up on a Background Check?

Good info here for the tokers….

Legal marijuana is more available than ever before. From Georgia to Israel to Canada to Venezuela, a growing number of countries is decriminalizing, legalizing or otherwise embracing the plant. Even the Canadian police is asking whether officers should be allowed to smoke while off the clock or not. Widespread acceptance is so high that Vancouver, Ottawa, Montreal and the Canadian army all said “yes” to recreational cannabis use.

Despite all this progress, marijuana is still illegal on a federal level in most countries. As a result, it’s important to understand that a weed test can still come up during your background check. Below, we’ll explain what a marijuana test can reveal, what it doesn’t show, and a few important legal facts to keep in mind. Continue reading

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Flipmode Album Update ¦ Hypocrisy Of “Trans” Movement

Since revealing that Flipmode Squad has reassembled to record a 20-year anniversary album, the anticipation from fans of hiphop has been off the charts. Rah Digga whet the appetite further by dropping a snippet of a track on Instagram with her verse.

Something less appetizing, however, is the genetically-modified and fake food that has been slowly creeping into our food chain with videos showing all manner of products from cabbage and lettuce to eggs and beef being made and sold to unsuspecting consumers.

Lord Jamar also highlights a recent episode of Dr Phil on which a Black woman claimed to be white; as people were quick to ridicule her and brand her crazy, how is she any different to people who claim to be transgender? Continue reading

How the EPA and the Pentagon downplayed a growing toxic threat 

I’ve been consciously moving away from these products but I’m probably already poisoned like most of you are…

The chemicals once seemed near magical, able to repel water, oil and stains.

By the 1970s, DuPont and 3M had used them to develop Teflon and Scotchgard, and they slipped into an array of everyday products, from gum wrappers to sofas to frying pans to carpets. Known as perfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, they were a boon to the military, too, which used them in foam that snuffed out explosive oil and fuel fires. Continue reading

Invest in the First Black Woman-Owned Cafe & Farmers Market Franchise That Will Be Owned by the Community

From the crib!!!

Roots & Vine Produce and Café, spearheaded by Ena Jones, a single mother of 3, born and raised in Chicago, has set its Grand Opening for this fall 2018 on Chicago’s South Side in the Morgan Park Community. The plan is to create a Wi-Fi friendly café with a healthy menu, coffee, smoothies, and juices as well as tempting pastries. Continue reading

OxyContin Maker Given Patent for Opioid Addiction Treatment

smh people who make money off the pain of others are deplorable…

Purdue Pharma has long been criticized for aggressively marketing opioid painkiller OxyContin, which many believe has lead to the current opioid addiction epidemic. And now it seems the company is looking to get in on profits from treatment, too. Richard Sackler, whose family that owns and operates privately held Purdue Pharma, has been granted a patent for opioid painkiller addiction treatment. Continue reading

Jurors give $289 million to a man they say got cancer from Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller

Doctors weren't sure Johnson would live long enough to see his trial.

Wonder if this will affect the acquisition of Monsanto by Bayer???

San Francisco jurors just ruled that that Roundup, the most popular weedkiller in the world, gave a former school groundskeeper terminal cancer.

So they awarded him $289 million in damages — mostly to punish the agricultural company Monsanto.
Dewayne Johnson’s victory Friday could set a massive precedent for thousands of other cases claiming Monsato’s famous herbicide causes non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Continue reading

7 Vegetarian and Vegan Apps for a Healthier Life

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Hippocrates said “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” The human body thrives off vegetables, so it should be no surprise that more people than ever before are turning to a vegetable-based lifestyle.

The problem with this lifestyle, if you’ve never tried it before, is that our world isn’t built for it. You’ll find fast food, processed food, and lots of meat everywhere you look. To make sure your diet is mostly plant-based, you really have to work at it and plan for it. Continue reading

The Dorito Effect – The Surprising Truth About Food and Flavor

The food game is a hustle ESPECIALLY in AmeriKKKa now with un-natural things even being label natural now to fool people….

In his book “The Dorito Effect: The Surprising New Truth About Food and Flavor,” award-winning journalist and author, Mark Schatzker, investigates the introduction of flavor into the industrialized food supply. An investigative journalist by profession, Schatzker’s curiosity about flavor led him to eventually write two books addressing this issue. Continue reading

Pineapple in your water is good for you

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I’ve been doin pineapple infused water since I tried it at a Houston Hilton of all places lol

Pineapple, pineapples, pineapples! Comedian Kevin Hart is famous for a story where he explains how the word “pineapples” would help him get out of a sticky situation.  But we’re happy to share that the actual fruit can help your body is so many ways, it’s incredible. Here are just a few… Continue reading

Big Pharma Co. License Suspended As Vaccine Sterilizes 500,000 Girls

Big Pharma company has its license revoked after being caught sterlizing 500,000 girls via vaccine

And they start finger pointing… I think the company and the gov’t are to blame…

A Big Pharma company who manufactured a vaccine allowing for a state-sponsored forced sterilization of over 500,000 girls in Africa has had its licence revoked.

According to Kenya’s opposition leader, Raila Odinga, half-a-million young girls are now infertile following a tetanus vaccine administered by the government in 2014 and 2015. Continue reading