There's a new place where the science of cannabinoids and the politics of the US Constitution intersect.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
The science directed blog provides a collection of Bryan W. Brickner’s published works and press coverage. It is also an ongoing resource for the political science of constitutional usurpation and the biological science of cannabinoids.
“There's a new place where the science of cannabinoids and the politics of the US Constitution intersect,” noted Bryan W. Brickner, publisher of Article the first of the Bill of Rights (2006) and The Cannabis Papers: a Citizen’s Guide to Cannabinoids (2011). “We want to look at usurpation and what it means to America – from constitutional representation to the war on cannabinoids.”
Brickner’s work and the blog focus on the science of usurpation for the political body known as We the People and the biological science of cannabinoids and the human body.
Brickner has a 1997 political science doctorate from Purdue University, cofounded Illinois NORML in 2001, and was a 2007 National NORML Cannabis Advocate Awardee. He is also publisher of the 2011 book banned by the Illinois Department of Corrections – The Cannabis Papers: A Citizen’s Guide to Cannabinoids.
Political science topics focus on Christianity (The Promise Keepers 1999), the US Constitution (Article the first of the Bill of Rights 2006), and Cannabinoids (The Cannabis Papers: 2011). The blog also has works of fiction, articles, interviews and press releases.
Brickner added: “Keep checking back, as new information about cannabinoids and new attacks on the Constitution are discovered all the time.”
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