Kubby, 59, is an avid skier and outdoors person, Steve is especially
with health care issues because of his own personal experience as a
survivor. Twenty three years ago he was diagnosed with adrenal cancer
given six months to live. Crediting
marijuana, inner determination, and the love and support of family
and friends, Steve has become the first person to ever survive so long
with his form of cancer.
Steve earned a B.A.
degree from California State University at Northridge in 1968 and holds
a lifetime teaching credential. He has also written two critically
books, "The Politics of Consciousness" and
"Why Marijuana Should be Legal."
In 1970 he founded
Earth Camp One, featured in National Geographic and Newsweek for its
and successful approach to child development. He also launched Ski West
Magazine, which became the top selling ski magazine in seven countries,
before it was sold.
In 1996, Steve played
a key role in the passage
215 and was subsequently asked to run for Governor on the Libertarian
Although Steve was massively outgunned by his wealthy opponents, the
for Governor Campaign received far more coverage than any previous
party campaign, including national coverage on the Brett Hume
Steve's campaign brought together many talented people and the
TV commercial won top awards.
Steve currently serves
as National Director for the American Medical Marijuana Association, a
national organization dedicated to protecting the rights of seriously
patients who use cannabis.
(Updated September 8,
"I'm running for
President because I'm fed up with bad government, corrupt politicians,
and arrogant officials. Like you, I'd like the government to support my
liberty, protect and serve my family, respect my personal property and
stop passing and enforcing laws that assume I have the intelligence of