#Hemp Prop 47 Criminal Sentences. Misdemeanor Penalties. Initiative Statute.

What Your Vote Means:6-pack_solo hemp-healing-logo-307x205 images-1 images-2 images-3 Nullify-Now-North-Carolina-Thomas-Jefferson-quote-300x300 2 NutivaVilsackHempQuote_1a-web thomasjeffersonquotesfreedomthought-1 2014 JayZ_Prop 47 NOV 4 abraham-lincoln-government-quotes-no-man-is-good-enough-to-govern-another-man Familys back prop 47

A YES vote on this measure means: Criminal offenders who commit certain nonserious and nonviolent drug and property crimes would be sentenced to reduced penalties (such as shorter terms in jail). State savings resulting from the measure would be used to support school truancy and dropout prevention, victim services, mental health and drug abuse treatment, and other programs designed to keep offenders out of prison and jail.

FOR

Yes on 47
(510) 550-5486
campaign@safetyandschools.com
VoteYes47.com

 

Against
John Lovell
California Police Chiefs
Association
1127 11th Street, Ste. 523
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 447-3820
jlovell@johnlovell.com
http://www.californiapolicechiefs.org

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HEADS UP CALIFORNIA FREE THE SLAVE (And Middle Class Jobs) NOV 4,2014

HEADS UP CALIFORNIA FREE THE SLAVE

Inmates work Middle Class Jobs for free

Familys back prop 47

Jay Z calls for ‘more schools, less prisons’ in California Yes on PROP 47

Jay Z calls for ‘more schools, less prisons’ in California

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“Education is one of the basic rights for the prisoners and when the Israelis reject this right we have to find ways to give our people the proper education they need,” he said. “With education, prisoners feel they are human beings. They feel hope for their life, they benefit from the endless time in jail, they turn something negative into something positive.”

Isaiah 61:1 – The Spirit of the Lord GOD [is] upon me; because the LORD hath anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; he hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to [them that are] bound;

“Education is one of the basic rights for the prisoners and when the Israelis reject this right we have to find ways to give our people the proper education they need,” he said. “With education, prisoners feel they are human beings. They feel hope for their life, they benefit from the endless time in jail, they turn something negative into something positive.”

Hemp Trumps KOCH

Since learning is change, we are confident he will learn about hemp as medicine, the peace pipe as a solution to violence, hemp as an environmental champion that removes excess CO2 from the air and aerates soil up to six feet deep as it draws toxins as strong as nuclear waste (check Chernobyl and hemp). At least Senator Obama has an open mind on the subject and is committed to solving problems.

Algebra Works Defining Term As At-Risk-Children

 

The contract with the state is that , I agree to follow  abide your laws, while it is the policy of the state to protect the life of every citizen and seek the most appropriate ways to provide the basic needs for its people.

Algebra Works Defining At-Risk-Children

At risk Children are children whose parents are, so restricted both politically and economically, incapable or unable to meet the most basic needs of their children while at school, thus, they are AT-Risk-Children.

According to William Glasser each of us have basic emotional needs:  Glasser’s Five Needs

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1. Survival
This is similar to Maslow’s Physiological and Safety level. They are basic needs which are of little interest unless they are threatened.
2. Love and belonging
This is the same as Maslow’s Belonging need and recognises how important it is for us as a tribal species to be accepted by our peers.
3. Power or recognition
This maps to some extent to Maslow’s Esteem need, although the Power element focuses on our ability to achieve our goals (which is perhaps a lower-level control need).
4. Freedom
This is the ability to do what we want, to have free choice. It is connected with procedural justice where we seek fair play.
5. Fun
An interesting ultimate goal. When all else is satisfied, we just (as Cyndi Lauper sang) ‘want to have fun’.

The physical needs of children would  consist of the need for Safety, Food, Fuel, Shelter, and preparation for taking advantage of state opportunity to meet basic needs.

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Needs, which often is presented as a pyramid, is an example of the physical needs individuals experience. The base of the pyramid is the physiological needs, which are necessary for survival. Once these are taken care of, an individual can concentrate on the second layer, the need for safety and security. The third layer is the need for love and belonging, followed by the need for esteem. Finally, self-actualization forms the apex of the pyramid. In this scheme, the first four layers are what Maslow called deficiency of needs or D Needs. If they are not filled, you feel anxiety and attempt to fill them. If they are filled, you feel nothing; you feel only the lack. Each layer also takes precedence over the layer above it; you do not feel the lack of safety and security until your physiological needs are taken care of, for example. In Maslow’s terminology, a need does not become relevant until the needs below it are met.
1. Biological needs (food, water, etc.)
2. Safety needs (shelter)
3. Love/belonging
4. Esteem/status
5. self-actualization (becoming the best person we can be)

SUMMARY:

Survival & LIFE Needs: Food, shelter, clothing, bodily functions, procreate the
species, air to breathe, water to drink, etc.

Belonging, Belongingness, & Affection: To love and be loved by family,
friends, group organizations, clubs, teams, pets, etc.

Power, Respect, & Self-Respect: Our achievements, accomplishments, talents,
skills, abilities, feeling good about ourselves, etc.

Freedom: We want to be able to make choices in our lives and do what we want, when we
want, how and where we want.

Fun: We all want to laugh and we all want to have a good time.

Safety & Security: We all want to feel safe and also to feel secure in our environment.

Self-Actualization: EXAMPLES OF SOMEONE WHO IS SELF-ACTUALIZED:
someone who is strong and independent.
someone who is able to gratify his or her own needs and wishes.
someone who is good, not because he or she is afraid of consequences, but simply
because he or she thinks it is a cool thing to be good.
someone who always listens to his or her conscience, that little voice we all have inside of
us.
someone who is responsible rather than dependent.
someone who can replace fear with courage. Everyone is afraid at one time or another.
But what do you do about that fear? Do you hide under the covers or in a closet? Or do
you do what you need to do in spite of any fear feelings?

Similarities:
Glasser’s SURVIVAL needs similar to Maslow’s LIFE NEEDS of air, water, food, shelter, clothing, etc.
Glasser’s BELONGING need similar to Maslow’s BELONGINGNESS & AFFECTION.
Glasser’s POWER & RESPECT needs similar to Maslow’s RESPECT & SELF-RESPECT.
Differences:
Only Glasser’s chart mentions FREEDOM & FUN.
Only Maslow’s chart mentions SAFETY & SECURITY and SELF-ACTUALIZATION.

 

Other Need:

One other need that individuals can have is a spiritual need. Some sense that there is a greater power or being. That being cares about what happens to me, that my basic needs or met, even if the state fails me.