Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Smart, Mature, Respected Person Asks Why I'm Against Drugs

A reader named Chuck writes:

"Cindy, We all know you are very against recreational usage, but WHY? Provide facts, and links to your evidence."

Chuck says that he is nearly 50, that his parents taught him morals, the US Army taught him maturity, he is the first person in his family to get a college degree, he is currently working on his masters degree, he is a respected member of his professional community and a published author as well. "I think I'm doing rather well for myself," he tells me. And yet he wants to know why I'm against recreational drug use.

Monday, March 27, 2017


A nice young woman, mother of a darling baby, wrote to me to defend marijuana:

"just so you know high fructose corn syrup is also a mind altering drug and it's in nearly every food you eat so think about that one honey you've been eating a mind altering drug all your life"

And pot smokers wonder why I say we need to keep speaking up against pot even more.

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Ellen Dissects the Kid-Interrupted BBC Interview


Someone named Ian writes:

"I have never smoked pot and I don't plan to but what's bad about it,its not that addictive and you can't over dose on it,doctors even prescribe it,for stress or help glaucoma .I'm just wondering if you have looked at the flip side to your argument.I have to agree with you about alcohol but I'm still on the fence about pot,tbh pot is prob safer than drinking"

The number one excuse pot smokers give to justify their drug use is that "Pot is safer than alcohol." And they all tell me that "weed isn't addictive" and that "nobody has died from weed." As I've said a billion times, we shouldn't smoke pot OR drink alcohol. 

And nobody is against MEDICINE. Medicine is something people use to treat an illness or condition they don't want to have in the first place. But I have yet to find one single TRUE medical user online. And getting high on POT is not the way to deal with stress!

And it is illegal in most states! Kids can get into big trouble with the law if they get busted for trying pot out of peer pressure. It won't help to tell the judge that doctors prescribe it for stress or glaucoma.