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Planned Parenthood At 101 Years: 7 Million Baby Murders And Counting

Planned Parenthood celebrated its 101st birthday Monday, marking the century-long operation of what started as a small birth control clinic in Brooklyn and is now an abortion giant operating in every U.S. state. “The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it,” Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger wrote in her 1920 book “The…

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Superintendent Says Bible Verse on Bench Memorializing Student Killed in Accident Must Be Removed

  christiannews.net CHARLOTTE COURT HOUSE, Va. — A school superintendent in Virginia says that a Bible verse engraved on a bench that memorializes a student who died in an ATV accident last year must be removed in order to be “legally compliant.” The Charlotte Court House community came together following the death of Colton Osborne, a student at Randolph Henry High…

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Insider warns of martial law and millions of deaths when “big one” hits California

(Natural News) The Big One is a hypothetical, long-overdue mega-quake that’s expected to strike the west coast at any time, with California suffering the brunt of the devastation. The idea of a massive earthquake hitting the heavily populated state already conjures up images of rattled people weaving their way through crumbled wreckage. Yet according to one first responder, the damage…

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Some Reformers Are an Embarrassment to Christians!

Don Boys, Ph.D.   http://donboys.cstnews.com/some-reformers-are-an-embarrassment-to-christians   This year is the 500 th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation and even Pope Francis is excited about it; although some Catholics think it is rather strange that he would celebrate the catastrophic split in their group.   The Roman Catholic Church has received major body blows yet still survives. The early conflicts with…

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California To Have Harsher Penalty For Pronoun Violations Than For Knowingly Spreading HIV

Beginning in 2018, California law will have harsher penalties for health care workers who address a senior transgender patient with the “wrong” pronouns than for people who knowingly infect others with HIV. California Gov. Jerry Brownsigned legislation on Friday lowering the maximum penalty for knowingly infecting or exposing a person to HIV to six months in prison – down from a maximum…

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UBF Schedule Oct. 16-18 Indianapolis Baptist Temple

Unregistered Baptist Fellowship  Schedule October 16th-18th Monday, October 16                                                                            6:00 PM – Café Open 6:30 PM – Welcome 7:00 PM – Song Service 7:30 PM – Matt Roller 8:30 PM – Dr. John Weaver   Tuesday, October 17th 8:00 AM – Café Open 9:00 AM – Tom Chestnut 10:00 AM – Homer Fletcher 11:00 AM – Tom Wallace, Muslim Ministry…

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YOUTUBE ‘TWEAKS’ SEARCH ALGORITHMS AFTER VEGAS CONSPIRACY GOES VIRAL

zerohedge.com In Silicon Valley’s ongoing crusade to make sure that you only consume mainstream media propaganda, you know because $100,000 worth of Facebook ads crushed Hillary’s campaign and changed the course of human history forever, YouTube has joined the likes of Facebook and Twitter in saying that it will promote more “authoritative sources in search results” going forward. All of…

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It Begins: Detroit Mother Sentenced to Jail for Not Vaccinating Her Son

Renegade Tribune October 5, 2017October 6, 2017 renegade 5 Comments By Matt Agorist Detroit, MI — In a seemingly unprecedented violation of rights, a case out of Detroit, Michigan should worry even the most stringent pro-vaccine advocates. A mother has been sentenced to jail for failing to have her 9-year-old son vaccinated. While the Free Thought Project has reported on instances…

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Governments turn tables by suing public records requesters

http://www.spokesman.com IOWA CITY, Iowa – An Oregon parent wanted details about school employees getting paid to stay home. A retired educator sought data about student performance in Louisiana. And college journalists in Kentucky requested documents about the investigations of employees accused of sexual misconduct. Instead, they got something else: sued by the agencies they had asked for public records. Government…

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