Tuesday, March 29, 2016



Temecula, CA - Big Pharma has another dirty secret that mainstream media is intentionally keeping from you. Nope, it’s not another pharmaceutical class-action lawsuit for killing and maiming thousands. Nor is it the suppression or intentional sabotage of a natural substance for the treatment of cancer. This is something that is every parent’s horrifying nightmare… especially a parent who is well educated in natural and alternative health.

Imagine, just for a moment, that you get the devastating news that your 10-year-old son has been diagnosed with cancer. As a good parent, you want to learn as much as possible about treatment options and you immediately scour the web for information. In your research, you see that chemotherapy is the standard of care. You also see that chemotherapy is toxic and that it is actually carcinogenic.

You then read some of chemotherapy’s short-term effects: loss of appetite, mouth sores, nausea, vomiting, hair loss, and so on. In addition, you read the potential long term effects of chemotherapy: damage to the heart, reproductive organs, kidneys, bladder, nervous system, lungs, and more. You also see there is about a 20%, five-year survival rate for your child’s cancer using chemotherapy.

Saturday, March 26, 2016



Temecula, CA – At Easter you have the supreme gesture of compassion, the story of a guy who took a bullet, er, cross for the team. The team in question wasn't just his fam or friends, it wasn't Team home-state or Team home-country. It wasn't even Team World. So it's hard to think of anyone else, including myself, who would volunteer to replace Jesus if God offered a new person the shot at being the one to come back from death on the cross. To do that, Jesus was a hell of a guy, because a number of people he died for are going to hell obviously.

Though none of us are Jesus, we can still do our individual part to show compassion to the other person. In fact, the Bible says that when we do this for total strangers with no hint or want of reward, we get the max in godly brownie points.

Recently Temecula's City Council voted NOT to ban medical marijuana cultivation within city limits after years of opposing it. One of the main voices for this change was Maryann Edwards, who even more recently was named Woman of The Year by Assemblymember Marie Waldron. After the jump we look at another city council also struggling with the marijuana question. As you watch and listen to the rationals used in various points, look for common sense and compassionate regard because this is why we have the America we do.

Thursday, March 24, 2016



Temecula, CA – Although other states may have a more robust cannabis legalization scene going on, California and Los Angeles in particular, will always be the coolest and most progressive cannabis scene. The cannabis slang name of Mary Jane or marijuana, comes from California. Jack Herer, though born in New York and dying in Oregon, was a California activist for cannabis and hemp, almost single-handedly keeping the door from closing on the history of cannabis. It was also in California that Jack Herer blessed the Christian last name of Green being given to Mary Jane, in 2009, San Benardino's Purple Haze Fest.

So it should come as no surprise that Los Angeles is putting on a stigma-busting event to help rid the general impression that people who use marijuana are lazy, slacker, hippie stoners only. While every group has their stereotypes exaggerated [Amos 'n' Andy, Oh Brother Where Art Thou?, The Wild Bunch], both Maynard G. Krebs [who didn't seem to ever be high as a character] and Cheech & Chong, who did in and out of character, cemented the stoner slacker image in many people's minds whose heads now have gray hair.

On Saturday morning, those folks who are at both the Santa Monica Pier down to Venice Beach will have a chance to see people who use marijuana that don't fit the above image, and really never did. Thanks to Prop 215, pot isn't just for hippies anymore. If you think that you might like to enter the 420Games yourself, take the jump and see a special offer available to Calendar readers here. It's a long weekend and a day at the beach is always fun.

Sunday, March 20, 2016



Temecula, CA – From now until the end of March, Indiebound.org is having a 99Cents Only sale on shipping for copies of Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green. That's right, Sports Fans, until March 31, Memoirs of Mr. Pete ships for 99¢. One would guess that any title, like Peter Mathews' Dollar Democracy, Judy Frankel's P.O.T.U.S., both We're Monsanto – Lie After Lie volumes by Brett Wilcox, Susan Patterson's 15 Minute Healthy, Organic Meals for Less Than $10 Dollars a Day, and Jeffrey Smith's Genetic Roulette, would also ship during this shipping sale period for 99Cents.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016



Temecula, CA – Anyone who has seen the vid on the cancer industry knows the idiopathic machination has tried to disenfranchise the real medicine practitioners of the world just as Monsanto has tried to gloom up all the heritage seed banks. Though the prognosis for humanity appears dim with the Establishment-minded running things at present, the info of the EHS two day event presented rosy hopes, hence the title wordplay. And no, though the name would certainly fit her, the lead-in model pic is a volunteer, one of the usual suspects.

The two day event actually had a number of rooms for staging. There were rooms for press interviews though the only major news unit to show was RT, Russia Today. Few people realize that the regime change in the Ukraine was brought about by Monsanto's boy Barry, overseen by Ole White Joe, and Queen Hilly waits in the wings to finish the job. Mitt's along for the Adrenalin and the memories. While the mainstream news spun our food sanctions as punishment, Putin outlawed American food for its GMO ingredients and NO labeling. Take that MidWest farm bureaus on the dole from Big Agra.

A separate building held the EHS homeopathic product vendors and the main ballroom held the cause organizations, some products, author signings, books to sell, and a meet and greet for some of the speakers. So make the jump for your usual Calendar photo coverage to see who was there. If you were, you just might find yourself in a shot. After the jump we start at the front door for the Rosey Hope Show, cause that's what we in this fight all have, rosy hopes for tomorrow.

Tuesday, March 8, 2016



Temecula, CA – Over the last weekend on Saturday and Sunday at the Hilton San Diego, the scientist who proved Monsanto's GMOs and Roundup with Glyphosate both grow cancerous tumors in rats through a secret two-year study. At the Environmental Health Symposium held in San Diego headlining Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini from France for an exclusive public event for the first time ever in America!

More fantastic speakers with the newest information to empower you were: Stephanie Seneff, PhD, Top researcher Cancer/Diseases and Glyphosate; Anne Marie Fine, ND, Personal Care Products Expert; Jeffrey Smith, GMO Expert, Author and Filmmaker; Tom Malterre, Nutritionist and Author; Alan Lewis, Natural Products Industry Leader, and semi-local, Zen Honeycutt, one of two co-founders of Moms Across America, women who will kick your door in for their kids. I love them!

The last night in SD, I would be sharing a strange bed with a small dog on either side of me and a young pit bull at my feet, all keeping me nice and toasty inside a single wide at the end of a used car lot down in El Cajon, what my comrade-in-arms, John Diaz, would later call a three dog night. But I would also learn that two of my pet belief stories would be validated: GMO food cause both sterility and gender blending, another form of sterility. Help us, O Lord.

Monday, March 7, 2016



Temecula, CA – In 1972 after the political mess was over with Richard M. Nixon's re-election [my first rodeo after the civil rights part in my young life], I moved from Indianapolis to Davenport, Iowa, a place where the Mississippi River runs from east to west before bending and shifting south. It was a paradigm shift for me as well.

Living the two years previous in a large multi-district mega-city made moving to the river town seem like a step back in time, a point I reference to in Memoirs of Mr. Pete & Mary Jane Green, Chapter 4, Fields of Gold [Bud]*. Over the next twenty or so years there were many adventures which happened that shaped my outlook and philosophy of life, including the start down the path less-traveled. The adventures told in my book are memorable to me and I hope entertaining to its readers, since all the tales are true.

The main theme, the social, sexual, political, esoteric, and commercial sides of cannabis on my life all had their sidings to separate adventures that didn't make the cut, as they say. One of the most interesting side stories developed when I first became the premier weed slinger in downtown Davenport. You see, I had business cards.