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Sunday Devotional: If you love me, act responsibly

Sunday Devotional: If you love me, act responsibly
Fellowship of the Minds by Dr. Eowyn John 14:4, 23-24 Jesus said to His disciples: “Where I am going you know the way…. Whoever loves me will keep my word, and my Father will love him, and we will come to him and make our dwelling with him. Whoever ...
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An open letter to Government. The Veterans Administration.

The Crow’s Nest (3/14/2016) An open letter to Government. I am writing you to illustrate an issue that you have created for us. By us I mean “We the people”. You may have heard of us? I know that for the most part you only think of us during ...
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Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battle over health care

    Washington Free Beacon by: David Rutz Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) had a sharp exchange over their differing health care plans at Sunday’s NBC debate, with Clinton fiercely defending the Affordable Care Act as she continues seeking the title of President Obama’s successor. Clinton ...
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How California’s New Assisted Suicide Law Could Especially Hurt the Poor

The Daily Signal by Katrina Trinko “My concern is for people who don’t have resources, who don’t have a choice.” “You read about Oregon denying someone a lung transplant, but, ‘Here, you can you have these pills.’” “That’s my fear about what this would become.” That’s what Assemblywoman Lorena ...
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Terminally ill woman pleads in open letter for assisted suicide

Brittany Maynard age 29 Portland Oregon, now in stage 4 glioblastoma plans to exercise her right to die with dignity on November 1st.
newlywed to reconsider plans to die “There are countless lovers of your heart that are praying you would change your mind.” Excerpt of Kara Tippetts’ open letter to Brittany Maynard.     Twenty-nine year old Brittany Maynard, Portland, Oregon, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer; and has decided ...
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NHS Age Discrimination: Elderly five times less likely to have a life-saving surgery

  DailyMail.co.uk Older people with lung cancer are much less likely to be given life-saving surgery than the young, it has been revealed. Those aged 75 or over were five times less likely to have an operation even if they were in good health and their cancer had not ...
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Obamacare Nightmare Continues as Nearly 3 million Medicaid applications remain unprocessed

  Roll Call At least 2.9 million Americans who signed up for Medicaid coverage as part of the health care overhaul have not had their applications processed, with some paperwork sitting in queues since last fall, according to a 50-state survey by CQ Roll Call. Those delays — due ...
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Obama to Hispanic Townhall: Obamacare’s not expensive, dump cable and cell phones.

  Another Barack Obama “let them eat cake” moment. True North This is a few days old, but it’s amusing nonetheless. Barack Obama appeared in a town hall for Spanish-language media on March 6th to discuss ObamaCare and promote enrollments, and got challenged by a viewer on the economics ...
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