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War (on drugs) is over: New column to cover the latest in marijuana

By John Sinclair

Published: 9/29/2010

Types: News, Law

Highest greetings from Amsterdam. My name is John Sinclair and I've been a marijuana legalization activist ever since I founded Detroit LEMAR (LEgalize MARijuana) in January 1965, following the receipt of a LEMAR flyer sent from New York City by poets Allen Ginsberg and Edward Sanders, the progenito...[MORE]

'let's call this': Baseball beautitude from days gone by

By John Sinclair

Published: 4/7/2010

Types: Arts, Literature, Poetry

"let's call this" for Jayne Cortez baseball, poetry, & rhythm & blues— & all three in one most glorious day, april 15, 1982— let's call this opening day, like the sky opened up & grinned all over detroit & at the shrine of truth & be...[MORE]

Reprise: A world tour rekindles that old MC5 energy — and controversy

By John Sinclair

Published: 6/9/2004

Types: Cover Story

This story is the first story of our Century of Sound series, tracing Detroitís musical heritage over the last hundred years. For more information on this undertaking, see this week's Suckerpunch.     Itís been more than 10 years since Wayne Kramer, Michael Davis and Dennis Thom...[MORE]

'Itís All Good': A never before published poem by John Sinclair.

By John Sinclair

Published: 8/13/2003

Types: Arts, Literature, Poetry

High Times magazine, back in 1998, magnanimously invited me to serve as High Priest of the Cannabis Cup in Amsterdam. My duties would include presiding over the induction of two great Americans, Louis Armstrong and Milton "Mezz" Mezzrow, into the Cannabis Hall of Fame; performing with my Blues Sch...[MORE]

Fat Boy

By John Sinclair

Published: 4/23/2003

Types: Arts, Literature, Poetry

for Charles Moore   There is something about the American mind set on de- struction, re- lent- less, un- penitent, eager to bomb There is the hatred that fuels the A- merican mind, the shriveled-up heart the heartless always ready to kill & maim brutal with the ur...[MORE]

Masters of war

By John Sinclair

Published: 4/23/2003

Types: News, Government

War is never something to be proud of, but an unprovoked war of brutal aggression to seize and control the resources of a small, defenseless nation halfway around the world from the United States is particularly shameful. While it was extremely painful to witness the merciless bombing of Afghanist...[MORE]

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