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by Bob Unruh

August 10, 2012

But challenge says ban on handing out drinks violates Constitution

Phoenix officials have until next Friday to apologize for the actions of a code enforcement officer after he stopped Christians from giving out water bottles to city festival participants on a day that reached 112 degrees. A legal team that fights for religious and civil rights is also demanding a commitment that the city will no longer interfere with the Christian group's acts of charity.

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by Bob Unruh

July 10, 2012

Young child tests free of sarcoma, but officials demand 'standard' procedures

A hearing is scheduled before the Michigan Court of Appeals on Wednesday in a fight by the state Department of Human Services to forcibly administer more cancer-causing drugs to a child who was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, but following an earlier round of treatments has been declared either "in remission" or cured. The case could be a foreshadowing of the decision-making process that soon will become mandatory under Obamacare...

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by Jack Minor

July 9, 2012

Quaking after being attacked for opposing same-sex marriage

Jane Pitt, mother of actor Brad Pitt, has been scared into silence by the hate-filled, vulgar and even violent reaction to her public assertion that Barack Obama is "a liberal who supports the killing of unborn babies and same-sex marriage." Pitt has even been the subject of death threats following her letter to the editor of Missouri's Springfield News-Leader in which she asserted failure to vote for Republican presumptive presidential candidate Mitt Romney constituted a vote for Obama.

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by Chelsea Schilling

June 5, 2012

Dr. James Dobson is taking a defiant stand on Obamacare and issuing a loud and clear message to President Obama: "I WILL NOT pay the surcharge for abortion services...So come and get me if you must, Mr. President."

The evangelical Christian author and founder of Focus on the Family minced no words when he accused Obama of deceiving the American public in his exclusive WND column, "The president's Obamacare lies."

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April 25, 2012

Schools brainwash children into preferring non-existence

A 12-year-old girl has responded with the stunning "I wish we didn't exist" to questions about how she feels about pollution and humanity's impact on the earth, according to a new video released by Brian Sussman, author of "Eco-Tyranny: How the Left's Green Agenda will Dismantle America." The response came from a 6th-grade girl identified only as Kalie, from Gault Elementary. Sussman met her during Earth Day events in Santa Cruz, Calif., recently, where he traveled to ask "What is the most serious threat facing mankind?"

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by Bob Unruh

March 19, 2012

Goes to court insisting that boy endure dangerous course of medication.

In what is being seen as a preview of a fully implemented Obamacare, government officials in Michigan are demanding that a 9-year-old child follow standard procedure and take a dangerous course of cancer medications that can cause additional cancer - even though the boy has had three scans indicating an absence of the disease.

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by Unruh, Bob

March 11, 2012

A plan being proposed by three lawmakers in Colorado, Reps. Ken Summers and Tom Massey and Sen. Betty Boyd, would require consumers to submit to a biometric scan of their retina or provide a fingerprint in order to get medication.

The plan is HB12-1242 and is under consideration by the Colorado Assembly, which is deliberating the demand that "practitioners and PDOs (prescription drug outlets)" install and maintain "biometric scanning devices and to use those devices to obtain a biometric scan of a person's biometric identifier, such as a fingerprint or retinal scan, and to submit the scan to the database." The pharmacies would have to "prior to prescribing or dispensing a prescription drug or dispensing a restricted over-the-counter substance ... submit specified information to the [state] database."

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by Unruh, Bob

March 10, 2012

Lawsuit cites possible damages approaching $1 billion.

A lawsuit alleging that Planned Parenthood submitted more than 87,000 fraudulent claims - and pointing out that there could be an $11,000-plus penalty for each case - has been unveiled in a Texas dispute by attorneys representing former Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson. The case alleges the nation's abortion industry giant submitted "repeated false, fraudulent, and ineligible claims for Medicaid reimbursements" through the Texas Women's Health Program.

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by Bob Unruh

November 12, 2011

The ruling comes today from Judge Fortunato P. Benavides, of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in arguments in a lawsuit brought by abortion providers against the law, H.B. 15, which was signed on May 19, 2011, by Gov. Rick Perry.

That an abortion can cause grave mental injury to a woman is documented in a number of studies, and now the testimony from those victims will be heard in a dispute over the new Texas state law that requires abortion providers to perform a sonogram before destroying the unborn baby. The Texas Medical Providers Performing Abortion Services brought a challenge to halt the enforcement of the law and a trial court issue a preliminary injunction on Aug. 15. But the women who gathered to prepare the friend-of-the-court brief regarding their own injuries believe its important for future abortion patients to have the knowledge they didn't.

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August 1, 2008

Authorities say they were trying to 'keep him from getting hurt'

Parents of a 16-year-old boy in intensive care with a broken back want to know why police Tasered their son 19 times rather than calling an ambulance for help. Citizens noticed Branson, Mo., teenager Mace Hutchinson walking alongside the road and, fearing for his safety, called 9-1-1.

      
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