All in the Family featured the curmudgeonly Archie Bunker. Archie was television’s most famous grouch, blunt, blustering, straightforward and untouched by the PC crowd. He was the archetype of the conservative male. Michael desprately tried to reeducate him, but he persisted in his breviloquence.

Looking back at the last 40 years, we realize: ARCHIE WAS RIGHT!


More Efficient Than FEMA

Marijuana Dealer Donates Proceeds To Hurricane Sandy Victims

He's no Pablo Escobar, but the dealer claims he did make $1,400 in those two days, amounting to $700 that will go toward hot meals, diapers, formula, clean water and other supplies that people on the Rockaway Peninsula still desperately need. HuffPost crime confirmed that he bought 50 wool blankets that will likely go to residents who are still without power.

Private enterprise doing more, better and in spite of the government.


  1. WaterBoy9:50 AM

    And counter to government claims of increased incidents of MMJ-related traffic accidents, comes this report:

    In addition, legalization is associated with a nearly 9 percent decrease in traffic fatalities, most likely to due to its impact on alcohol consumption.

  2. They may just be too stoned to drive.

  3. I don't get why we don't legalize and tax the crap out of it. I'd think a 15% sales tax on it to the gov would raise a ton of money.

  4. WaterBoy3:32 PM

    The interesting part of that study is the citation of another study that found stoned drivers were actually safer because they drove slower and made fewer risky moves, while drunk drivers were riskier because they usually couldn't tell how impaired they really were.

    Up in Boulder, the DA is already dropping cases of MJ possession < 1oz on people who were busted even before the election, although the constitutional amendment still hasn't taken effect, yet. Wish I could say the same for our a-hole DA.

  5. Res Ipsa5:12 PM

    It only makes sense to drop the pending cases, its a waste of money.

  6. The DA's for King County (Seattle) and Pierce County (Tacoma) dropped about 220 cases right after the passing of the law here. They also felt there was no point in continuing.