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We The People Radio US

KCNR 1460 AM - SUNDAYS  8 - 10 AM PST


APRIL 7, 2019


"Crisis, Loss, Death and Addiction ahead with more Marijuana usage. Positive Results from Marijuana is a LIE"

Our guest: Dr. Phillip Drum and Corinne Gasper who have both lost loved ones. 

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About Dr Phillip Drum


Phillip A Drum, Pharm, D., FCSHP received his doctorate in Pharmacy from the University of California – San Francisco. He is a licensed pharmacist for 31 years who has had a wide range of experiences – from community pharmacy practice, a residency in Hospital Pharmacy, practice as a hospital-based Oncology pharmacist, Pharmacy Administration work as a Clinical Coordinator and later a Regional Manager and leader of regional pharmacy training and patient safety programs. He has been active in Pharmacy Associations and has spoken state-wide and nationally on various pharmaceutical topics. As a result of a family tragedy, he has been active in research on driving and marijuana and educating the public over the dangers of marijuana in society.



After the tragic loss of my daughter, Jennifer Corinne Hrobuchak, on July 24th, 2012, I have dedicated myself to preventing another needless tragedy, such as ours, and to help educate and protect innocent lives in our communities.  My mission is to positively impact and educate our society on the harms of current day marijuana, through tools and strategies of safe driving.


Prevention is the Key to Success

Advocacy Initiatives

2018 – Present

Instrumental in developing a parent-based task force to help educate and inform parents of the dangers of the road.  Helped roll out interactive web-site for all the schools in our county for parents and teenagers.


2018 - Present

On the Board and Executive Committee for Prevention Action Alliance.


2013 – Present

Speaker for Smart Approaches to Marijuana (SAM) throughout the U.S.A.


2017 - 2018

Co-chair of Teen Safe Driving of Delaware Ohio.


2013 - 2017

Ambassador, Lifeline of Ohio (Donate Life) Spoke in Columbus and surrounding area high schools with an educator about what it means to be an organ/tissue donator.


2012 - 2017

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) of Central Ohio Speaker for MADD Ohio. Successfully chaired two Central Ohio MADD walks helping to achieve the goals set by the national campaign.  Assisted in the successful lobbing campaign for the ignition lock bill in the Ohio Legislature.




2001 - 2004

Otterbein University, Westerville, Ohio.




Public speaker on today’s marijuana and the dangers it poses to the unsuspecting public.

Following through on key strategies involving the education of parents and teenagers on the dangers of illicit drug use in our society.

Developing and implementing strategic focus.

Developing alliances throughout our communities and other key organizations.


Relevant Activities


Co-chair of Safe Teen Driving Delaware Ohio Task Force.

Board member and secretary of Parents Opposed to Pot (POTP).

Member of Mom’s Strong.

Ambassador, Lifeline of Ohio.

Member of the Legislation Pillar of the Ohio State University Risk Institute’s National Focus on Distracted Driving.

National Speaker for Smart Approached to Marijuana (SAM).

Member of Marijuana Victims Alliance (MVA).

Former member, speaker and walk coordinator for MADD of Ohio.

Testified at the New Jersey Black Caucus against the legalization of recreational marijuana.

Testified for the task force against the legalization of medical marijuana in the Ohio Legislature.

Attended the Prescription Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit in Atlanta, Georgia.

Member of Drug Free Delaware Ohio non-profit organization.

Attended and participated in the SAM Summit in Anaheim, California.

Successfully completed Enforcement Class in the Advanced Roadside Impaired Drivingclass.

Spoke for Delaware Health District’s kickoff of the Drive Sober or Get Pulled OverCampaign.

Guest speaker at Delaware County Criminal Justice Association meeting.

Spokesperson for the media release in the High Means DUI Campaign, San Diego, California.

Spoke at the Let’s Be Clear Town Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia.

Spoke at the Drug Recognition Expert Conference in Nashville, Tennessee and spoke for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration roll out of their new campaign, If You Feel Different, You Drive Different.


Things we discussed on today's show:


Impact of Marijuana on Children
Impact on Children 2019.docx 
Microsoft Word document [252.0 KB]
Pot Tax dollars in Colorado
2018 Pot Tax dollars in CO.docx 
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Education and promoting effective laws to reduce Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID)

About DUID Victim Voices:

Many voices are heard when a state considers stronger DUID laws. The voices of the marijuana lobby, law enforcement professionals, forensic toxicologists, and drug users typically dominate. DUID Victim Voices represents the interests of the victims of drugged driving, providing fact-based education and a victim perspective to decision makers and to the general public.


All states define alcohol DUI per se with laboratory tests that prove impairment by a blood alcohol level greater than .08 gm/dl for adults and greater than zero (or .02 gm/dl) for minors. Laboratory tests are routinely performed for all suspected alcohol DUI cases. Only 19 states define drug DUI (DUID) per se by objective laboratory tests.

Three additional states have established permissible limits for marijuana’s active THC in drivers, but these limits are a poor substitute for comprehensive drug per se laws. All other states use more difficult, costly, and subjective means to prove DUID on a case-by-case basis, with highly variable results.


Look up the national news reports - ZERO admission of marijuana ....

Got to love that national media .... protecting pot.

Lets see - he is exhibiting psychosis - WHAT do you think is causing that???  Ha ha ha - his pot use ....

Has Comello been in the news before? 

On Feb. 22, Comello went to New York City Hall to make a citizen's arrest of Mayor Bill de Blasio,according to reports. The day before, he showed up at the federal courthouse in Manhattan,  looking to make a citizen's arrest of California Reps. Maxine Waters and Adam Schiff and making rambling statements against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, reports say.  

What did he write on his hand during his hearing?

At his extradition hearing on Monday, Comello held up his hand for reporters to see. On it, he hadscrawled several messages, including MAGA (Make America Great Again) forever; United We Stand, Patriots in Charge, USA and a large Q


Guess who was smoking dope ..... and killed a crime boss??


The 24-year-old man charged with killing a senior leader of the Gambino crime family in Staten Island told detectives that he was high on marijuana and shot the crime figure because he feared for his life, according to two law enforcement officials with knowledge of the matter.




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