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Jesse Ventura's Marijuana Manifesto Hardcover – September 6, 2016
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"Ventura is ultimately quite convincing about the ineffectuality of the War on Drugs, and on the contradictions and corruptions of the Drug Enforcement Administration, a particular bugbear of his." - Michael Lindgren, The Washington Post
"As an ex-governor of a Midwestern state as well as an ex-Navy SEAL, Vietnam War veteran who currently lives in a solar-powered, off-the-grid location on the Baja Peninsula, Mr. Ventura is in quite the unique position to weigh in on ending the fruitless "War on Drugs" and the legalization of cannabis in the United States. In Jesse Ventura's Marijuana Manifesto, he lays out a common sense, well-researched, and well meant point of view. I'm in." - Henry Rollins
"Gov. Ventura clearly understands the failure of marijuana prohibition and the damage it has caused in terms of liberty, economic burden, and human suffering. This book represents an innovative way forward." - Morgan Fox, Communications Manager, Marijuana Policy Project
"Governor Ventura presents a compelling argument that Medical Marijuana is about Rights, not Rules." - Steve Kubby
We have a lot in common we both like fanny packs, we both don’t know how to skate, we both like pot Jesse Ventura for president 2020. Make it happen, folks!” - Joe Rogan
If people really knew the history of marijuana prohibition laws, they would demand repeal. In other words, read Jesse Ventura’s book!” - Judge James P. Gray; former Superior Court Judge of Orange County, CA and 2012 Libertarian Party Vice Presidential Nominee
" Jesse Ventura's Marijuana Manifesto is an up-to-date and well researched pro-pot polemical that, like the former Minnesota Governor himself, delves into areas that most conventional media outlets, commentators and politicians shy away from. Ventura is both praiseful and critical of the emerging cannabis industry, its lobbyists, and the types of legal and cultural precedents these changes are currently having on the nation and world. There are a multitude of well published books today regarding cooking with cannabis, cultivating it, medicinal use, and even adult cannabis coloring books, but for serious readers looking for a more substantive political discussion about America's changing cannabis laws, Jesse Ventura's Marijuana Manifesto will not disappoint." - Allen St. Pierre, Executive Director of NORML
"Ventura's opinions can seem one moment fringe and conspiratorial and the next completely reasonable, and sometimes both at once. He has always been a maverick, afraid of nobody, and trusting of few." - Brian Blickenstaff, VICE Sports
"Though we often disagree and I told him so, from the safety of my phone I’m glad Jesse’s out there... He is our first amendment incarnate... In a world of corporate shills and empty talking points, I’ll drink a cup of conspiracy with my free speech every single time. Now, somebody, please hire the guy for God sakes! And buy his book!" - Steve Faktor, Forbes contributor
"Jesse Ventura is a truth-teller who doesn't care who he pisses off. He proves it again in this timely book." - Roger Stone, New York Times Bestselling author of The Man Who Killed Kennedy
"In his new book, Jesse Ventura’s Marijuana Manifesto , which he co-wrote with Jen Hobbs, Ventura offers a lucid, rights-based defense of marijuana legalization." - Sean Illing, VOX.com
"A well-reasoned argument for ending prohibition, but it truly stands out as an obsessively researched and detailed indictment against the Drug War and its many profit-motivated warriors." - David Jenison, prohbtd.com
About the Author
Jesse Ventura is the former independent governor of Minnesota. He is also a former US Navy SEAL, professional wrestler, and movie actor, a visiting fellow at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, and a "New York Times" bestselling author of five books, including "American Conspiracies," "Don't Start the Revolution Without Me!," and "63 Documents the Government Doesn't Want You to Read." He was the host and executive producer of truTV's Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura, which won a Stony Award from High Times in 2010. He was also the host of the political talk show "Off The Grid," which aired on RT America and online at Ora.tv. He has a reputation as a rebel and a freethinker; he also has no qualms about questioning authority. He resides in Minnesota and in Baja, Mexico.
As a publicity consultant, Jen Hobbs has represented Oscar and Emmy award-winning clients as well as politicians and authors. Her family owns and operates Hobbs Greenery, a California Medical Cannabis Collective that buys, sells, cultivates, and distributes cannabis and cannabis-infused products. Her short stories and articles have been featured in literary journals and on websites such as "Cafe Mom." She has worked behind-the-scenes with Governor Jesse Ventura since 2007 and shares his enthusiasm for searching for the truth, no matter where it leads. She lives in Anaheim Hills, California.
Steve Kubby is a Libertarian Party activist who played a key role in drafting and passing California Proposition 215, the first ballot initiative in the United States that legalized medical marijuana. He is the founder of the American Medical Marijuana Association, is an activist, author, political candidate, speaker, cannabis warrior, policy advisor, and cancer survivor.
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