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perthnow.com.au

August 10, 2015

THE Royal Commissioner examining South Australia's child protection system has revealed plans to take evidence from 13 foster care or welfare agencies, but all hearings will be closed to the public.

At least two of the witnesses giving evidence say they would be happy to do so openly and the Opposition has called for open hearings to be the "default position", unless discussing details of sensitive child abuse cases. Applications can be made to the Commissioner, former Supreme Court Judge Margaret Nyland, for a hearing to be opened to the public or Justice Nyland can declare a hearing open if she believes the evidence is of public interest.

courierpostonline.com

August 10, 2015

After a childhood spent in foster care, becoming a teenage mother and living in an abandoned house in Camden, Parker had the stability she'd always missed. Her oldest, Yesenia, was a typical 11-year-old; she doted on her younger sisters.

"She was this loving, bubbly child," her mother said. All that was shattered on Jan. 24, 2013, when Yesenia's father, Byaer Johnson, a man she'd barely known but wanted to be a part of her life, shot the girl in the face at close range. Johnson turned the gun next on Yesenia's stepfather, but it failed to fire so he disarmed Johnson, who fled.

independentpoliticalreport.com

July 27, 2015

On July 16, the Federal Election Commission voted 4-2 to reject the request for a new rule concerning general election presidential debates.

The two commissioners who voted in favor of considering a better rule are Ann Ravel and Ellen Weintraub, both Democrats. It is believed this is the first time any FEC Commissioner has voted to do something about the problem that the Commission on Presidential Debates excludes candidates who are not Republican or Democratic nominees.

politicallyshort.com

July 27, 2015

Last year a retired Border Patrol Officer by the name of Zach Taylor went on camera to explain the driving force behind the unprecedented surge in illegal immigration happening on our southern border.

Taylor went on to note that what was happening at our border was not due to a spur of the moment event, or "a humanitarian crisis", but asymmetrical warfare. The surge we saw at the border was apart of a larger more chilling event that served one purpose and one purpose only, to show our enemies that our southern border had been compromised and the government wouldn't do a damn thing about it.

breitbart.com

July 23, 2015

The number of homeschooled children in the US has soared over the past decade, and homeschooling organizations are anticipating more growth.

The U.S. Department of Education celebrated the court's same-sex marriage ruling with the militant LGBT rainbow in its Facebook profile picture, a sign that even more of the LGBT activist agenda will likely be finding its way into public school classrooms and curricula. "Public schools may be forced to be philosophically compliant with this decision," wrote Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) founder and chairman Mike Farris on the national homeschooling organization's website. "Children will be taught that there is only one way to view marriage and the family."

fox10phoenix.com

July 7, 2015

Five former Arizona child welfare workers who were fired last year amid an agency scandal plan to appeal a judge's dismissal of their wrongful termination lawsuit.

Phoenix attorney Terry Woods said Monday he believes Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Robert Oberbillig made an incorrect legal decision when he approved a request from the state to throw out their lawsuit. The state's child welfare agency was rocked by the November 2013 discovery that thousands of hotline calls were labeled as not worthy of being investigated.

timesfreepress.com

July 5, 2015

An avian flu outbreak that has struck in 21 states and caused the destruction of nearly 50 million chickens, one of the costliest animal health disasters in U.S. history, has not yet touched Tennessee, state officials say.

But the state Department of Agriculture plans to be ready for potential outbreaks. Starting Aug. 1, all out-of-state birds coming to Tennessee must have proof of a negative avian influenza test within 21 days of movement or National Poultry Improvement Plan AI Clean certification.

copblock.org

July 4, 2015

Public officials have joined forces to cover up and protect the criminals in terrifying case. At the center of this horrifying story is a very young girl who has been the victim of long term sexual abuse from her own father and perhaps others as well.

Have been unwilling to become involved in this situation in any way that negatively impacts the father or grandmother, thus proving there is not a single 'good cop' on the entire force. With some connections to the grandmother, the local court system has not only ignored the sexual abuse of a child, but has helped the father and grandmother maintain custody long after it was apparent they had no business in the child's life.

RT

July 1, 2015

Potato fields in Canada's Prince Edward Island have been targeted by food terrorists who've found ways to put sharp objects into tubers grown there. Desperate farmers are offering a half-million Canadian...

From early June, over a dozen cases of metal objects found in potatoes were reported in the stores of four Canadian provinces. The incidents began last October and ever since the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP, or Mounties) have been investigating the case. Needless to say, the scandal with pins and needles been found in potatoes grown on the Prince Edward Island (PEI) in the Gulf of St Lawrence has hit the billion worth potato industry of the region in a terrifying way.

heraldscotland.com

June 29, 2015

An MSP has launched a bid to increase the age at which children can be held responsible for crimes they have committed.

Liberal Democrat Alison McInnes wants to see the age of criminal responsibility in Scotland rise from eight years - which she says is "woefully outdated" - to the age of 12. In a bid to bring about the change she has put forward amendments to the Criminal Justice (Scotland) Bill.

      
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