Save Our Songbirds

Cannabina linnet (finch) pair

An adult pair of hemp seed loving Cannabina linnet (finch)

“If the US Congress possesses plenary powers to legislate for the protection of the public domain, then the US Congress has to take into account all possibility for such protection, including the protection of migratory birds and the source of their birdseed, the hemp plant.”

“It is, therefore, the responsibility of the US Congress to protect these natural guardians against hostile insects, which if not held in check would result in the inevitable destruction of all legacy prairie and primal forest lands.”

-Louis Marshall, before the US Supreme Court upholding the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 in Missouri v. Holland, 252 U.S. 416 (1920)

Now, comes Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., a Civil War veteran, then a US Federal Supreme Court Justice, writing for the court majority stating,

“The case before us must be considered in light of our whole experience as a nation, and not merely in light of what was said a hundred years ago.”

“The only question is whether the destruction of the Indian hemp plant is forbidden by some invisible radiation emanating from the general terms of the 10th Amendment.”

“We must consider what this country has become, when deciding what that amendment has reserved.”


“A mind once stretch’d by a new idea never regains it’s original dimensions.”~ Steve Jobs

Robert Hempaz, PhD. Trichometry™
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  1. Pingback: USA House of Representatives Trades Hemp for Food Stamps | Enlightenments

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