Daily Archives: November 8, 2015

The Origins Of Medical Corruption


This is a great video about the origins of medical corruption. If you would like to see just how this all got started, take the next 6:10 out of your day and watch. It truly is a corrupted system influenced by money and greed. Medicine should be about helping not hurting!


Look at Caleb Now!

They Said My “Blob of Cells” With a 5% Chance of Living Should be Aborted, Look at Caleb Now



I was nine weeks into my fourth pregnancy. I had a miscarriage at four weeks almost four months prior to this one. I was scared and worried that it was happening again and all the signs were there. I had my blood drawn a couple times to check my numbers; they were increasing so it wasn’t a miscarriage. They weren’t sure what was wrong, so I had to be monitored closely.

At 16 weeks I was sent to a high risk ob/gyn and a genetic specialist. My bloodwork was abnormal and all the early problems were still present. The bloodwork showed that the baby was at high risk for several genetic problems. A 3D ultrasound was performed along with several other tests. We saw and heard his little heartbeat, we saw his face, feet, and tiny hands.

We walked into a little room to hear all the results. In that room our little baby was described as tissue, a blob of cells, a formless mass of clay. We were told he would more than likely be incompatible with life. The chance of him living after birth was less than 5%. If he survived he was at severe risk for Spina Bifida, Trisomy 14 & 18, and mental retardation. I was losing amniotic fluid daily so on top of the genetic possibilities, he would have life threatening health issues. They said he was already starting to decline that his head was beginning to flatten due to the lack of fluid.

They gave us NO HOPE. Their advice was to abort. They said I was young and could have another baby someday. Something just went wrong with this pregnancy and the best thing I could do as a mother was end his suffering now. Everything they said made me sick to my stomach!

My blob of tissue had a face, hands, and feet. His heart was beating and as long as his heart was beating, I was not going to be the one to stop it.

We declined the abortion and we were told to come back in two weeks. So at 18 weeks on Christmas Eve, we were told that fetal demise would take place and that it was only a matter of time. The doctor said whether we ended the pregnancy or it ended on its own that death was inevitable.

We told the doctor we would take our chances, that we would take our less than 5% and trust God for the other 95%. I knew in my heart that terminating this pregnancy was taking my baby’s life into my own hands and I could never live with that. I determined that as long his heart was beating I was fighting for him. There were so many unknowns. We had no idea what we would get minutes, days, years, or the genetic possibilities. I did all I could to protect my unborn baby. I drank jugs of water a day to replenish amniotic fluid and I went to my local doctor a couple days a week to be monitored. I went into the hospital a couple days a week to receive fluids through IV.

At 26 weeks, I went into labor. The doctor hesitated to do heart tones, expecting the worse. I insisted she do them immediately because the baby was moving and had been all day. I knew he was alive sure enough his little heart was beating strong. It all seems like a dream now but in minutes a death plan became a life plan. We were rushed to a bigger hospital over an hour away with a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit(NICU). He was born ten minutes after we arrived.

He was premature, his lungs were underdeveloped, he was tiny, he was sick but he was genetically perfect. He was very sick due to his lack of amniotic fluid and his lungs were in bad shape. He spent 96 days in the NICU and it was like a roller coaster ride. He had horrible days where we thought we were going to lose him and then he would turn the corner. He was fighter and he overcame all the obstacles.

He is now 11 years old and perfect! He has absolutely nothing wrong with him. Our little “blob of tissue” is the center of our family and living miracle. He is our daily reminder that no man knows what God does. I think God every day that we chose life! Caleb is an amazing little guy that to a genetic specialist was replaceable. He is a drummer at our church, learning guitar, a friend, a brother, my son, a daddy’s boy, a sweetheart, and his story is impacting hundreds of people. Life is the only choice! I often think of all the Caleb’s the world is missing out on. Our little Caleb is a miracle and we think God for His blessing every day! God Bless!!!

LifeNews Note: Ashleigh Moon’s article originally appeared at March for Life.


The Making Of Council Of Governments


Texas COGS
TN Note: Here is an example of the making of an unconstitutional Council of Governments. COGs blanket the United States, and routinely usurp sovereignty and authority from the counties and communities in their “jurisdiction.” See the National Association of Regional Councils to locate the COG in your area. COGs are very much a part of the implementation of Agenda 21/Sustainable Development, and should be abolished.

The Steel Rivers Council of Governments began to take shape Thursday, a year after its predecessors’ boards set the merger in motion.

Members of the Twin Rivers and Steel Valley council boards authorized several measures to that end at a combined meeting at Steel Valley’s Homestead headquarters.

“I want you to feel at home,” Steel Valley president Raymond Bodnar of Munhall told his Twin Rivers counterparts as he wielded the gavel during a two-hour dinner meeting featuring turkey and pumpkin pie.

Twin Rivers president Monica Douglas Glowinski sat next to Bodnar, while Twin Rivers Solicitor Falco Muscante read four resolutions dealing with the merger and future funding, all of which passed unanimously.

The Steel Rivers council is made up of West Newton and 19 Allegheny County communities.

The first resolution, moved by Kenneth Hresko of Port Vue and seconded by James Sheedy of Versailles, is meant to bring about “the voluntary dissolution of the Twin Rivers Council of Governments pursuant to the provisions of the nonprofit corporation law of the commonwealth.”

The next one, moved by Hresko and seconded by Chuck Arthrell of Braddock Hills, authorized a federal Community Development Block Grant application for $103,950 in Year 42 project management funds. Year 42 begins July 1.

It and a third resolution, with its wish list of $2,670,450 for projects in 20 municipalities, both authorize Steel Valley to take action as “predecessor of the merged council of governments to be known as the Steel Rivers council.”

Read full story here…

Outstanding! Prof Greets Incoming Class Of Precious Snowflakes With Speech Crushing Their PC Beliefs…



Reality, what a concept.

Via IJR:

Mike Adams, a professor at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington is not your stereotypical left-wing teacher. On the heels of a report that showed that liberal arts professors overwhelmingly support Democrats, Adams’ semester-opening statement to his students has gone viral.[…]

Welcome back to class, students! I am Mike Adams your criminology professor here at UNC-Wilmington. Before we get started with the course I need to address an issue that is causing problems here at UNCW and in higher education all across the country. I am talking about the growing minority of students who believe they have a right to be free from being offended. If we don’t reverse this dangerous trend in our society there will soon be a majority of young people who will need to walk around in plastic bubble suits to protect them in the event that they come into contact with a dissenting viewpoint. That mentality is unworthy of an American. It’s hardly worthy of a Frenchman.

Let’s get something straight right now. You have no right to be unoffended. You have a right to be offended with regularity. It is the price you pay for living in a free society. If you don’t understand that you are confused and dangerously so. In part, I blame your high school teachers for failing to teach you basic civics before you got your diploma. Most of you went to the public high schools, which are a disaster. Don’t tell me that offended you. I went to a public high school.

Of course, your high school might not be the problem. It is entirely possible that the main reason why so many of you are confused about free speech is that piece of paper hanging on the wall right over there. Please turn your attention to that ridiculous document that is framed and hanging by the door. In fact, take a few minutes to read it before you leave class today. It is our campus speech code. It specifically says that there is a requirement that everyone must only engage in discourse that is “respectful.” That assertion is as ludicrous as it is illegal. I plan to have that thing ripped down from every classroom on campus before I retire.

One of my grandfathers served in World War I. My step-grandfather served in World War II. My sixth great grandfather enlisted in the American Revolution when he was only thirteen. These great men did not fight so we could simply relinquish our rights to the enemy within our borders. That enemy is the Marxists who run our public universities. If you are a Marxist and I just offended you, well, that’s tough. I guess they don’t make communists like they used to.

Unbelievably, a student once complained to the Department chairwoman that my mention of God and a Creator was a violation of Separation of Church and State. Let me be as clear as I possibly can: If any of you actually think that my decision to paraphrase the Declaration of Independence in the course syllabus is unconstitutional then you suffer from severe intellectual hernia.

Indeed, it takes hard work to become stupid enough to think the Declaration of Independence is unconstitutional. If you agree with the student who made that complaint then you are probably just an anti-religious zealot. Therefore, I am going to ask you to do exactly three things and do them in the exact order that I specify.

First, get out of my class. You can fill out the drop slip over at James Hall. Just tell them you don’t believe in true diversity and you want to be surrounded by people who agree with your twisted interpretation of the Constitution simply because they are the kind of people who will protect you from having your beliefs challenged or your feelings hurt.

Second, withdraw from the university. If you find that you are actually relieved because you will no longer be in a class where your beliefs might be challenged then you aren’t ready for college. Go get a job building houses so you can work with some illegal aliens who will help you gain a better appreciation of what this country has to offer.

Finally, if this doesn’t work then I would simply ask you to get the hell out of the country. The ever-growing thinned-skinned minority you have joined is simply ruining life in this once-great nation. Please move to some place like Cuba where you can enjoy the company of communists and get excellent health care. Just hop on a leaky boat and start paddling your way towards utopia. You will not be missed.

Earlier this year, Adams won a court victory against the school, when he sued, asserting that he was not promoted due to his outspoken conservatism.

Here is an interview that he did, commenting on the court victory and the circumstances that caused him to sue in the first place:


Dr Barbara Bellar sums up Obamacare in one sentence

This is several years old, but it’s well worth listening to again!


City Council Fired by Citizens for Removing Veterans Memorial


Have you had the feeling that your elected representatives were not representing you? Of course, you have. We have all felt that way and not just when we were represented by those against whom we voted. But, if you could, would you remove them? Most of us would not resort to such drastic measures, but one city has.

Christian News reports

Members of a city council in Iowa voted Monday to remove a veterans memorial that included a cross from a local park, and in turn, members of the community voted on Tuesday to remove the council members from office.

The issue is over a cross and the group Americans United for Separation of Church and State. They felt that the monument, which was erected by a private citizen in a public park, was illegal. They believe that since there is a cross grave marker in the monument that the monument violates the alleged Separation Clause of the Constitution.

Christian News reports

The demand resulted in an uprising within the community, including a rally in support of the monument. But on Monday, council members voted 3-2 to have the memorial relocated to private property across the street and replaced with another display. April Verwers, Carolyn Formanek and David Roozeboom all voted against the memorial, while Dawn Allspach-Kline and Tim Pitt voted in favor of it.

In turn, on Election Day Tuesday, residents voted for Verwers and Formanek’s opponents, booting them from office. Roozeboom did not seek re-election.

This meant that the city council had a choice. They could remove the monument, or they could face a trial. Most cities have faced this prospect and have caved rather than risked the city paying hefty legal fees. But Knoxville citizens did not want the monument removed.

Christian News reports

We warned them multiple times if they let our town down they would be voted out,” Allison Schmitz of Stop the Insanity posted online this week. “They didn’t listen, and look, the people have spoken!”

Some would say that the city was being unreasonable. The council knows better what the city can afford and what it cannot. What does it matter anyway? It is not like people cannot be Christian, why does this monument mean so much to the people? Well, it might have to do with freedom. And they had warned the council.

Christian News reports

“I think they needed to listen to the constituents along with the rallies,” newly-elected council member Rick Kingery told local television station KCCI. “The people put out 2,000 wooden crosses across town. That is a huge number. People wanted their voices heard, and they were not listened to.”

And this is the point. People in our country are getting tired of being ignored. They are sick of being told that they just do not understand the issue or the Constitution. They are tired of laws, restrictions and the dismantling of the country they know and love.

Finally, the Christian can chant: “Power to the people!”