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We need to ALL stand together to protect Vaccine Exemption Rights now!

National Health Freedom


This is a Human Right!

Parents are the rightful decision-makers for their children’s healthcare. Please join us in protecting the fundamental right to decline or modify vaccines or other injections or treatments recommended by government for children. 1,272 more words


What one of the anti-vaccination movement’s least favorite doctors discovered about Jesus

This afternoon I saw this article which appeared in the Washington Post. It is the story of a doctor, Paul Offit, who was saddened at the detrimental impact of certain religious beliefs. 513 more words


Wasn't Sure What To Blog About...Until I Saw This

A woman in Georgia is being denied a drug to help her complete a miscarriage.  The drug, Misoprostol, was perscribed to Brittany Cartrett by her doctor.   220 more words


The Text of the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act


AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning civil procedure.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:  868 more words

Liberalism: Classical And Pragmatic

Splitting a Baby

There came a Catholic school and a minister of education unto the Supreme Court, and stood before it. And the school said, “Oh my Lords and my Ladies, I am a private Catholic school, and am delivered of a programme for teaching a class on Ethics and Religious Culture through the prism of my Catholic faith. 1,770 more words

Constitutional Law

Q: Is it true that Oregon makes parents jump through hoops before claiming a religious exemption for vaccines?

A: Yes, parents must meet one of two tests before their religious (or other non-medical) exemption takes effect.

As of last March, parents need to demonstrate that they are aware of the medical consequences of their exemption based on non-medical reasons. 63 more words


More Random Thoughts

Creflo Dollar wants a plane, and he’s asking his congregation to help him buy it. This has caused quite a stir, but I’m not entirely sure why. 355 more words