This woman has announced that she is the BOSS, and she has been pushing people in congress around as though she was the boss. Why do some people feel they should be the boss, and the rest of us are to just say "yes" and do what they say? The root cause can be found in indoctrination in evolution. Evolutionary thinking leads people, and groups of people, to think they are better than others... then they comer up with excuses to justify this thinking. The Bible says we are all created equal and in God's image.
Below is a link to a must read article by an journalist who investigated #marijuana research and found that the truth, about how truly dangerous it is, is not getting out... Yes pot is dangerous, but we're in a battle with drugs because we are deep in the middle of a spiritual battle.
https://imprimis.hillsdale.edu/marijuana-mental-illness-vi…/ (see quotes below)
Here are some quotes from the article:
"Researchers have studied alcohol and violence for generations, proving that alcohol is a risk factor for domestic abuse, assault, and even murder. Far less work has been done on marijuana, in part because advocates have stigmatized anyone who raises the issue. But studies showing that marijuana use is a significant risk factor for violence have quietly piled up.
Today that risk is translating into real-world impacts. Before states legalized recreational cannabis, advocates said that legalization would let police focus on hardened criminals rather than marijuana smokers and thus reduce violent crime. Some advocates go so far as to claim that legalization has reduced violent crime. In a 2017 speech calling for federal legalization, U.S. Senator Cory Booker said that “states [that have legalized marijuana] are seeing decreases in violent crime.” He was wrong.
The first four states to legalize marijuana for recreational use were Colorado and Washington in 2014 and Alaska and Oregon in 2015. Combined, those four states had about 450 murders and 30,300 aggravated assaults in 2013. Last year, they had almost 620 murders and 38,000 aggravated assaults—an increase of 37 percent for murders and 25 percent for aggravated assaults, far greater than the national increase, even after accounting for differences in population growth."
"Cannabis is also associated with a disturbing number of child deaths from abuse and neglect—many more than alcohol, and more than cocaine, methamphetamines, and opioids combined—according to reports from Texas, one of the few states to provide detailed information on drug use by perpetrators."