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A Current Event – Abortion – A Word For President Barack Obama, the Supreme Court, and America

Hey President Barack Obama, the U.S. Supreme Court, and America:

Abortion is murder. there are no two ways about it. it is simply and plainly murder. it is the taking of human life with no lawful justification. For I assure you that the U.S. Supreme Court’s judgment (Roe versus Wade) that abortion is in alignment to the Constitutional, and therefore legal will mean nothing on that day we stand before God.

Mr. President, you signed an executive order reinstating federal funds for the promotion of murder. this sir is murder.

Now tell me sir, how can you expect to sow murder on one hand and receive God’s blessing on another? or do you think you can lead this great nation without his aide? Especially knowing all the while that murder is contrary to him. For He is a God of justice and life. yes, the judgment of death is fitting for those worthy by God’s law of execution, but the most innocent of persons, the unborn, or new born child, how is it that they are guilty of the death penalty? one example of those worth of the judgment of execution by law is our own Supreme Court Justices who pollute God’s law and call the murder of the innocent acceptable and legal. yes, to this point they have escaped judgment, but they will have their day before God Almighty, and if they do not cry out for the hope of the gospel in repentance, and admit their sin, and turn from their error, they will never see his kingdom, but eternal judgment will be their lot, as it will be the lot of all who love wickedness.

Mr. President, if you would have your name be great, then you must think and behave as a great man would, and that is not to murder the innocent, but rather to fight for the innocent and punish the guilty. Do you think sir that you can lead this people into safety and prosperity and not promote true judgment? If you do sir, then you are only blowing smoke, which is a common thing for a politician to do, but it will not earn you God’s favor, nor bring this nation into God’s blessing. I warn you sir, you can not please men and God both, you need to make up your mind whose team you are on. For I assure you, no murderer, nor murderous nation will inherit eternal life, nor have God’s blessing in this present life.

  • Exodus 20:13—(NKJV) You shall not murder.
  • 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 (NKJV) Do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived. Neither fornicators, nor idolaters, no adulterers, no homosexuals, nor sodomites, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor extortioner will inherit the kingdom of God. (and I will add one to the list, the murders of the unborn of the world)
  • 1 John 2:22 (NKJV) but he who hates his brother is in darkness and walks in darkness, and does not know where he is going for the darkness has blinded him. (such are all that who murder the unborn)
  • 1 John 3:7 (NKJV) little children, let no one deceive you. He who practices righteousness is righteous, just as He is righteous. He who sins is of the devil, for the devil has sinned from the beginning. (murder of the unborn is sin mr. President, and America)
  • 1 John 3:14 (NKJV) we know that we have passed from death to life, because we love the brethren. He who does not love his brother abides in death. (to kill your neighbor (unborn or born) without lawful justification is not to love him)
  • 1 John 3:20 (NKJV) If someone says, I love God, and hates his brother, he is a liar, for he who does no love his brother whom he has seen, how can he love God whom he has not seen? (Look on the web, you can find pictures of the little ones you murder. Some burned with salt, others chopped to pieces, others who brains are sucked out so that they can be drug from the womb. I tell you mr. President and America, they are real, and the corpses testify against you mr. President, and the U.S. Supreme Court, and you America, for you have sanctioned their murder)

A Current Event – Abortion – A Word For President Barack Obama, the Supreme Court, and America


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    Posted by admin - June 30, 2012 at 4:00 pm

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    Lawyers arguing over President Barack Obama’s health care law at the Supreme Court

    The lawyers arguing Tuesday at the Supreme Court over President Barack Obama’s health care law:

    DONALD B. VERRILLI JR.

    Verrilli is solicitor general of the United States, the government’s official representative in front of the Supreme Court. He was confirmed to his position last June as the replacement for Justice Elena Kagan after serving as associate deputy attorney general and an associate White House counsel in the Obama administration. A graduate Columbia Law School, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Columbia Law Review, he was a law clerk for Justice William J. Brennan, Jr. and a partner at Jenner & Block, where he co-chaired the firm’s Supreme Court practice. He has argued more than a dozen times before the Supreme Court, and worked as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law School from 1992 through 2008. in 1994, as special counsel to President Bill Clinton, he assisted in the confirmation process for Justice Stephen Breyer.

    Official biography: http://www.justice.gov/osg/meet-osg.html

    Clement is a former solicitor general, having served in that position for President George W. Bush. when confirmed, he was the youngest solicitor general in 115 years at age 38. Clement graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School one year behind Obama, and clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia. He has argued more than 55 cases at the Supreme Court, and served as the chief counsel of the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on the Constitution, Federalism and Property Rights. A partner at Bancroft PLLC, he is a Georgetown University law professor and a former partner at King & Spalding. He resigned from there after the firm decided not to continue its representation of the U.S. House of Representatives in its attempt to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. Clement was one of the lawyers who made the successful argument in front of the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta that would strike down the law’s core requirement that individuals carry health insurance or pay a penalty

    Official biography: http://www.bancroftpllc.com/professionals/paul-d-clement/

    Another former Justice Department official, Carvin’s most famous argument was delivered to the Florida Supreme Court on behalf of soon-to-be President George W. Bush in the Florida recount controversy during the 2000 presidential election. A graduate of George Washington University’s law school in 1982, Carvin has worked as deputy assistant attorney general in the Justice Department’s Office of Legal Counsel, which is responsible for legal opinions that are binding on the Executive Branch, deputy assistant attorney general and special assistant to the assistant attorney general in the department’s civil rights division. He will be representing the National Federation of Independent Business, which was a party to the lawsuit in the 11th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta that struck down the law’s core requirement that individuals buy health insurance or pay a penalty.

    Official biography: http://www.jonesday.com/macarvin

    Lawyers arguing over President Barack Obama’s health care law at the Supreme Court


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      Posted by admin - March 28, 2012 at 4:00 pm

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      City Council Implores Administration to Boost Efforts Against Poverty – DNAinfo.com

      Manhattan Council members Melissa Mark-Viverito and Ydanis Rodriguez said that poverty has had an especially harsh impact on the neighborhoods they represent. (DNAinfo/Jill Colvin)

      CITY HALL — as the ranks of the city’s poor continue to grow at disturbing rates, local officials are trying to figure out ways to increase assistance to those in need.

      According to the latest census numbers, a whopping one in five New Yorkers — or more than 1.6 million — was living in poverty in 2010, a 1.4 percent jump from 2009. The picture was even bleaker for children, 30 percent of whom were living below the poverty line in 2010, compared to 21.6 percent nation-wide.

      The city’s poverty rate would have soared an additional 2 percent had it not been for the federal stimulus package, top officials testified at a City Council hearing Monday. they also insisted the city has done the best it can given the bleak economic forecast, which has failed to substantially improve.

      “The stimulus package was more successful than people have given it credit for,” said Mark Levitan, director of poverty research at the NYC Center for Economic Opportunity.

      He told Council members that without President Barack Obama’s $780 billion stimulus package — which included expanded unemployment insurance, tax credits and higher food stamp benefits — New York’s poverty rate in the city would have jumped by 3.0 points, to 22.6 percent in 2009, instead of by just 0.3 percent from 19.6 to 19.9 percent, which was a statistically insignificant amount.

      But he admitted things are not “great.”

      “We had a very deep recession followed by a very disappointing recovery,” Levitan said.

      Council members, who called the hearing to examine the increasing number of poor, said they hadn’t realized the impact the assistance had had on poverty rates in the city.

      Levitan’s numbers were based on an unofficial measure of poverty that the city considers more precise because it takes into account things like average apartment rents as well as the amount earned through benefits, like food stamps, which the official U.S. poverty rate does not.

      But Council members said that no matter the calculation, they feared the city hasn’t done enough to try to stem the tide.

      “We can’t come at it with BB guns. We have to come at it as though it is a real war,” said Brooklyn City Councilman Albert Vann, chair of the council’s Committee on Community Development, which co-hosted the hearing.

      “My fear is that we have not measured up… We have not taken this on as a full, primary element of what we’re going to do in New York City,” he said.

      “We have two societies,” said Upper Manhattan City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, noting that in his district as many as 32 percent of people live below the poverty line.

      The Center for Economic Opportunity, whose $28 million budget got a $20 million boost from a new city initiative focused on improving outcomes for young black and Latino men, has mainly focused on skills education and helping people get jobs, executive director Kirstin Morse said.

      But East Harlem City Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito said that, while “any effort to address the issue of poverty is obviously a laudable one,” she worried other city policies, like stop-and-frisk, were undermining the city’s efforts by alienating young, minorities from taking advantage of city programs that could help them complete their educations and find good jobs.

      “I’m very concerned, particularly in my community, about policies that make it more difficult to help young people,” she said.

      Joel Berg, executive director of the New York City Coalition against Hunger, also accused the administration of failing to come up with programs that work, while giving federal efforts short shrift. he claimed that federal programs were the only ones that proved to significantly reduce poverty.

      “The mayor gave the impression that this federal stuff never works… they were wrong. Dead wrong,” he said.

      Berg accused the administration of turning its back on the poor.

      “We were winning the war on poverty when we were fighting it. We’ve stopped fighting it,” he said.

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        Posted by admin - December 31, 2011 at 8:00 pm

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        The Biggest News Stories of 2009

        The year has been a very eventful year as far as news stories go. 2009 has seen a lot of unexpected surprises, and the world has been captivated, shocked, and sometimes impressed by certain news stories. Let’s take a look at a few of the more newsworthy events during the year of 2009.

        1. the economic mess. this has been one of the toughest years in modern American history, as the economy has sunk to lows that haven’t been seen in decades. Unemployment has rocketed, people have financially struggled, and investment money seems to have dried up all around. Americans and the rest of the world are doing their best to fight through this situation.

        2. the death of Michael Jackson. in the pop culture world, no story has been bigger than this one. Michael Jackson was an iconic music legend, and his unexpected death shocked and upset millions of fans around the world. the legacy of Michael Jackson will no doubt live on for many years to come.

        3. the impact of Barack Obama. As the first African American president in the nation’s history, Obama has broken a huge barrier, and has embraced the rest of the world at the same time. His recent Nobel Peace Prize award just goes to show how much the rest of the world values his presence and feels his impact.

        These are just a few of the many big stories that have taken place in 2009. with several weeks to go, there’s still much more that’s bound to happen.

        The Biggest News Stories of 2009


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          Posted by admin - November 12, 2011 at 10:00 am

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          Starbucks CEO: Boycott Campaign Donations

          “I am asking that all of us forego political contributions until the Congress and the President return to Washington and deliver a fiscally disciplined long-term debt and deficit plan to the American people,” Schultz wrote, according to an email dated Aug. 15 and obtained by Bloomberg News. he urged business leaders to “voice your perspective publicly,” adding that “businesses need to do all they can to accelerate job creation.” Schultz has historically donated to the political campaigns of Democratic candidates, including a recent maximum donation of $2,500 to Washington’s Maria Cantwell in March. In the past he has also donated to other Democrats including President Barack Obama, former Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and John Edwards, Sen. Patty Murray of Washington, Sen. Ron Wyden of Oregon and Sen. Max Baucus of Montana. Schultz said he has also made political donations to Republican candidates, according to a report in The New York Times. last week, Schultz sent out a companywide e-mail to Starbucks employees entitled “Leading Through Uncertain Times” in which he voiced his dissatisfaction with “the lack of cooperation and irresponsibility among elected officials as they have put partisan agendas before the people’s agenda.” he argued that Starbucks should “act in ways that can ease the collective anxiety inside and outside the company,” and that employees must “earn our customers’ trust by being respectful of their own life situations — whatever it may be.” In regard to his claim that Americans should essentially boycott U.S. political campaigns, he thinks “the fundamental problem is that the lens through which Congress approaches issues is re-election. the lifeblood of their re-election campaigns is political contributions,” according to the Times report. “The debt crisis is really the symbol of a larger problem, which is that our leaders are not leading,” adding that “America’s leaders need to put their feet in the shoes of working Americans. … Instead, all they think about is their own political self-interest.” — Written by Miriam Marcus Reimer in New York. >To contact the writer of this article, click here: Miriam Reimer. >To follow the writer on Twitter, go to http://twitter.com/miriamsmarket.

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