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Why Marijuana is Legal in America
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March 11, 2008 - PRLog -- On February 13, 2007, Rep. Ron Paul introduced H.R. 1009, the “Industrial Hemp Farming Act of 2007.” Congress knows the solution to America’s foreign oil dependence yet is ignoring the logical proven facts. New evidence presented by Michael Vandeburg, student of the United States tax code and author of the new book “Why Marijuana is Legal in America” describes how the use of marijuana has been legal since 1939. As noted in his book, Americans have the right to plant industrial hemp if they claim their rights.

The 7.5 x 9.25 Paperback in the Taxation category is available worldwide on book retailer websites such as Amazon and Barnes & Noble for a suggested retail price of $19.95.

Americans can still revolutionize our economy by capitalizing on the industrialization benefits of Cannabis Hemp without damaging our core values. The Hawaii Strategic Industrial Hemp Development Act of 1999 states:

“Industrial hemp is an environmentally friendly, renewable natural resource for the manufacture of fiber, building materials (such as roofing, flooring, and wallboard), pulp, paper, oil, paints, sealants, fuel, and food.

The legislature finds that biomass produced from plant growth has a heating value of five thousand to eight thousand BTU per pound, with virtually no ash or sulphur produced during combustion.  About six per cent of contiguous United States land area put into biomass cultivation could supply all current domestic demands for oil and gas.  Industrial hemp is the number one biomass producer on planet earth:  ten tons per acre in approximately four months.  It is a woody plant containing seventy-seven per cent cellulose; in comparison, wood produces sixty per cent cellulose.

Corn, sugarcane, and kenaf are the plants most often used to produce alternative fuels because they grow so much in a single season that they produce a great deal of biomass to be refined and processed into methane, methanol, or ethanol.  But, they are still more expensive than petroleum-based fuels.  Industrial hemp is the world's champion photosynthesizer.  It converts the sun's energy into biomass more efficiently than any other plant, with at least four times the biomass/cellulose potential and eight times the methanol potential of corn.  It could compete economically with petroleum-based fuels.”

According to Michael Vandeburg, this book lays out in fine detail our “unambiguous conferred rights” established by the United States Congress in 1939. U.S.C. Title 26, Subtitle F, Chapter 80, Sec. 7851 (b) (1) Existing rights and liabilities; section 7851 clearly substantiates the facts put forth by Vandeburg. Our society as a whole should cease to tolerate abuses of power such as kidnapping, false imprisonments, unlawful searches and unlawful seizures for marijuana; Vandeburg claims there is currently no legal support for the “war on marijuana” when based upon one’s 1939 accrued “rights and liabilities.”

Vandeburg gives a detailed, easy-to-understand breakdown of the laws and one’s “rights and liabilities” for marijuana. This book is more than an introduction to knowing one’s “rights and liabilities,” it also lays the foundation for understanding that marijuana is just one subject of many “rights and liabilities.”

Do you know your marijuana “rights and liabilities?” Such as, a “natural person’s” established right of “transfer, purchase and possession” for marijuana?

Hopefully this book will lead to the industrialization of Cannabis Hemp in America.  Who needs the Arabs oil when 6% of America’s land will produce all the domestic oil needed? Vandeburg believes that above all, America is especially knowledgeable to initiate the economic change and industrialization of Cannabis Hemp. Therefore, it is time for citizens to become well educated and take back our country.

“Why Marijuana is Legal in America” is the first of a planned series of nonfiction books that examines one’s “permanent existing rights and liabilities” within the 1939 Statutes at Large.

Additionally, Why Marijuana is Legal in America can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of ten or more from the Outskirts Press wholesale online bookstore at www.outskirtspress.com/buybooks

ISBN: 9781432707019 Format: 7.5 x 9.25 Paperback SRP: $19.95

For more information or to contact the author, visit www.outskirtspress.com/marijuana

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About the Author:

Michael Vandeburg is a student of the taxcode and 'unambiguous conferred rights', wielding the written craft to portray the true American spirit of knowing our unalienable God-given rights much like an artist wields a brush. The pages are a blank canvas on which to draw from many pages of our taxcode to capture the essence and understanding of one's rights, to claiming one's rights. Many years of research and a talented imagination rises to the task to explain this government abuse of power. Why Marijuana is Legal in America is the first in a series of recent pursuits, with work progressing quickly on the follow-up. The next series release is titled, Social Security: The New American Slave.

Website: www.outskirtspress.com/marijuana
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