Humanitarian Day

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live for color


Today is an important day. Please take a look around and you will see someone you can help, be kind to , or be a sister or brother to. What does the world need more of?

Medical people

What can you add?
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Say hello to some you don’t know today and give them the gift of your smile.

Help someone today

Help someone today

It will make a difference

It will make a difference


Make this year the year we care more about others than ourselves.

A sensitive, controversial subject ……

It Is What It Is

A sensitive, controversial subject ......


Roe (P), a pregnant single woman, brought a class action suit challenging the constitutionality of the Texas abortion laws. These laws made it a crime to obtain or attempt an abortion except on medical advice to save the life of the mother.

Other plaintiffs in the lawsuit included Hallford, a doctor who faced criminal prosecution for violating the state abortion laws; and the Does, a married couple with no children, who sought an injunction against enforcement of the laws on the grounds that they were unconstitutional. The defendant was county District Attorney Wade (D).

A three-judge District Court panel tried the cases together and held that Roe and Hallford had standing to sue and presented justiciable controversies, and that declaratory relief was warranted. The court also ruled however that injunctive relief was not warranted and that the Does’ complaint was not justiciable.

Roe and Hallford won…

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Christie will sign bill that bans gay conversion therapy

The Fifth Column

Chris Christie does it again.  Just when I was so furious with him for vetoing a bill that would ban fifty caliber ammunition, he does something sensible like signing a bill that bans so- called gay conversion therapy.  Kudos, this time, Mr. Governor.

The Washington Post

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) on Monday will announce that he plans to sign a bill that will ban the practice of trying to convert gay children to become heterosexual, according to an aide.

Christie’s office had previously made clear that the governor doesn’t believe in gay conversion therapy, but it had not said whether he would sign the bill passed by the legislature.

Christie said months ago that, despite his personal opposition, he wasn’t sure whether the government should legislate the therapy.

“I still have those concerns,” he plans to say Monday. “Government should tread carefully into this area…

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