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…………………………..I’m just saying

Statistics can mean something, as long as they are from qualified, and multiple sources. The “small sampling” ones are just advertisements and not representative of anything but people trying to put their ideas into the mind, as if they are a majority. 439 more words

Current Events

Permission Denied… So What?

Many people have expressed anger and disappointment about the Opt Out amendment not passing in the Senate yesterday.

The chamber voted 64 to 32 against the amendment, proposed by Sen. 811 more words

Opt Out Orlando

Parents of Autistics have no rights, and are unfairly accountable,Private Corporate Parents gain all rights, and are unaccountable

Britain 2015,is a desperately depressing place, if your child is autistic, or, learning disabled.

As you look at your beloved son, or daughter, as you cuddle, and, struggle, and sacrifice, remember, your time together is short, and, limited by the state. 663 more words


Named Person Scheme Sinister... Gives State Sweeping Powers Over Family...

We’ve discussed this topic before – the legislation due to come into force in the autumn whereby the primary relationship of every child in Scotland – from pre-born to 18 years – is to be with the Named Person (NP) appointed by the State, not their parents.   784 more words


Surah An-Nisa: Ayah 36-38 (Human Rights)

Human rights are a main focus in Surah An-Nisa. The rights of parents, relatives, neighbors, and those of human beings in general are taken up in these two Ayah. 1,655 more words


The Tyranny of Banning Reparative Therapy

Bans on conversion therapy for gay and lesbian youth have been taking place in many locales, and this week, Canada’s largest province went further by including trans* youth as well.  331 more words


Legal Maternity at Issue in Jackson, TN Surrogacy Case: In re Amadi A.

Facts: Mr. and Mrs. A. entered into a surrogacy contract with Surrogate and her husband, whereby Surrogate would serve as the gestational carrier of a child for Mr. 1,515 more words

Family Law