MARIJUANA: Brain Damage. Birth Defects. Addiction.

MARIJUANA: Brain Damage. Birth Defects. Addiction.

by Roger Morgan

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BN ID: 2940012178121
Publisher: The Freestyle Foundation
Publication date: 01/19/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,076,039
File size: 745 KB

About the Author

ROGER MORGAN Chairman and Executive Director of the Coalition for A Drug-Free California has been an entrepreneur and businessman in California for 30 years. Formerly, he was Vice President of Volvo of America and General Manage/CEO of Volvo Penta of America; and engaged in sales, marketing and dealer administration with Caterpillar Tractor Company and Caterpillar Overseas. He is a graduate of Colorado College (1963) and The Thunderbird Graduate School of Global Management (1964). He was Founding Chairman of the Coronado SAFE Foundation, a non-profit dealing with drug prevention; prior Board Member of the San Diego Prevention Coalition; member of the National Coalition for Student Drug Testing; Co-Founder of Californians for Drug-Free Schools and Special Advisor to the Golden Rule Society in Coronado. His passion for drug prevention stems from two step-children who became drug addicted at age 12 and 14 roughly 30 years ago, and two nephews who died from drug related causes.

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MARIJUANA: Brain Damage. Birth Defects. Addiction. 1.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 26 reviews.
Kimmypooh More than 1 year ago
This book is full of lies and half truths. Might as well go watch Reefer Madness, you'll get about the same amount of correct information. Don't bother with this book unless you are looking to read some fiction.
BabsSB More than 1 year ago
Wake up people this is some old Reagan crap here.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although I find this hilarious, I find it sad that so many lowbrow individuals think marijuana is "bad."
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Books like this are a huge reason our young people choose to experiment with drugs. When young people are blatantly lied to about something and realize it they learn to distrust everything else they are told. The real gateway drugs are alcohol, tobacco and caffeine. Alcohol alone kills more people, maims more people and brain damages not only young people but unborn children than marijuana has in its more than 3000 year history. If cigarettes killed instantly instead of gradually they would be pulled from the shelves tomorrow but our government and the companies who run Washington seem okay with a substance that cannot even legally be thrown into a municipal dump for its hazardous materials content. It is painfully clear that this author ignores decades of positive research regarding marijuana. Ingesting just 3 raw potatoes can kill a human, POTATOES people! Keep the lies coming though, you are creating a whole new generation of voters who see through them and WILL legalize marijuana. It's not a matter of if but when.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Factually incorrect on basically everything. I hope people don't think of this trash as real, hard evidence against marijuana. Marijuana has been used for thousands upon thousands of years and can only harm you if you lock yourself in a room and smoke so much you suffocate. Peanuts kill more people annually than maijuana has in all of history!
Susan Glines More than 1 year ago
complete rubbish intended to further limit personal freedom
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good comedy book. Recommend if you need a good laugh.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
best fictional ive read in years!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There are so many flat-out lies in the description of this book, I might just read it to better understand the propaganda that's being put out there by the alcohol and tobacco industries, fans of Big Government , enemies of Liberty and the other funders of the Pro- Marijuana Prohibition camp. Don't believe people who say all conservatives defend marijuana prohibition and are anti-reform. It's just not true at all. Many conservatives have seen the obvious conservative case for ending prohibition for decades now, and some have even led the discussion and the political fight. No, the Pro-prohibition camp likes to make you think all conservatives support prohibition so it will make it seem like they have at least half the country. They don't. Anyway, don't believe a word in the description of this book. It's all crap. Perhaps I'll eventually report back on a review of the actual book, beyond the description and sample.  If the what I've seen is any indication, it should be a real hoot, full of crap, but also potentially enlightening to their strategy for deception. 
dave101168 More than 1 year ago
No one in this day and age can actually expect us to actually believe this garbage. Anyone with any ability to do actual research will recongnize this crap for what it is, propoganda to continue a failed policy of arresting and incarcerating hundreds of thousands of otherwise innocent americans. This crap needs to stop.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I just read the preview and i can tell ya this is a crock of sh*t. Never in my life have I heard such outrageous lies used to brainwash you into thinking marijuana is bad. Wow is all I have to say.
Conce More than 1 year ago
This man is clearly more confused by the media and governmental tactics that are used to keep the information about the medicinal value of cannabis a secret than he claims the majority of his readers are. Have no fears, however - he is one man out of millions of others who know the truth. Don't read, unless you're ready to be bombarded by more ridiculous propaganda and scare tactics spurred by pharmaceutical companies (the majority of whom would lose a huge profit margin upon the legalization of this miraculous plant), or unless you would like to understand more completely how these lies have an effect on the human psyche.
Jennifer Marthaler More than 1 year ago
How ignorant can people be....I cannot believe people still have opinions like these while pharmaceutical companies produce damaging and terrible drugs that are considered healthy and acceptable. Ridiculous.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Matijuana cannot kill people as easily as they say in this book. In my state, pot is legal. I am a legal patient under proposition 215. Sure, Marijuana isnt technically good for you, but isnt bad either! You can get lung cancer.. the only reason why is because it is smoke. I kinda regret smoking marijuana, but i only smoke on the weekends to relive stress. Can quit whenever i want, as long as I control how much i smoke and how i smoke it. The water pipe is the healthiest way to smoke it, so thats what i recommend. Be careful with matijuana, when you get high, you will not feel very good the next day and want to sleep all day.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Such a joke. This guy needs to smoke a bowl
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This book is a joke right?
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Bs !
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
" poooooooop" in the pants old man
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Roger morgan is-"Chairman and Executive Director of the Coalition for A Drug-Free California has been an entrepreneur and businessman in California for 30 years. Formerly, he was Vice President of Volvo of America and General Manager of Volvo Penta of America; and engaged in sales, marketing and dealer administration with Caterpillar Tractor Company and Caterpillar Overseas. He is a graduate of Colorado College (1963) and The Thunderbird Graduate School of Global Management (1964). He was Founding Chairman of the Coronado SAFE Foundation, a non-profit dealing with drug prevention; prior Board Member of the San Diego Prevention Coalition; member of the National Coalition for Student Drug Testing; Co-Founder of Californians for Drug-Free Schools and Special Advisor to the Golden Rule Society in Coronado. His passion for drug prevention stems from two step-children who became drug addicted at age 12 and 14 roughly 29 years ago, and two nephews who died from drug related causes." this man knows nothing about the science of marijuana and has no say in weather it is good or bad for you!!!!!
Colton Akers More than 1 year ago
I havent even read this book and I can already tell you that it is complete rubbish. Anybody who believes any of this is truly misinformed. Everybody needs to do their own research.
lightforce100 More than 1 year ago
This is a ploy to confuse, misinform and scare the reader. Don't buy into the blatant lies. If you want an informative read please consider marijuana is safer by steve fox, paul armentano and mason tvert. It's a real eye opener.
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