You know the saying that is often meant for children, “Give ‘em an inch and they’ll take a mile.” Well, it also applies to liberal ‘big government’ activists and power-hungry lawmakers.
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Tagged David Welter, Domestic abuse, JB Pritzker, LGBT History Mandate, Marcus Evans, marijuana, Michael Zalewski, Recreational Marijuana, Sonya Harper, suicide, Theresa Mah
When Netflix first released the series 13 Reasons Why in May of 2017, school systems and public health officials all over the country warned that it could cause an increase in teenage suicide. Apparently, that is exactly what happened.According to a study in the April 2019 Journal of American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry: “After accounting for seasonal effects and an underlying increasing trend in monthly suicide rates, the overall suicide rate among 10-17 year-olds increased significantly in the month immediately following the release.”
Marijuana – is it a harmless plant, a medically beneficial substance, or a dangerous, destructive drug? Depending on who you ask, the answer will vary widely.
Dr. Karen Randall speaks to this question based on her experience as an ER physician and a resident of Pueblo, Colorado. This community has first-hand knowledge of the devastating effects of legalized marijuana for “medical” and recreational use.
Dr. Randall explains the science that proves the marijuana of today is not the same as the comparatively low-potency pot that baby boomers smoked in the sixties and seventies. She warns about the danger of edibles, …
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Tagged Cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome, Cannabis-Induced Psychosis, Dr. Karen Randall, Homelessness, Jo McGuire, Karen Randall, overdose, psychotic break, Recreational Marijuana, SB 7, scromiting, suicide
Many of you are probably familiar with the opening lines from the classic Charles Dickens’ story A Tale of Two Cities. Well representing so many areas of our nation and our culture today, I choose to apply these opening words to the vast landscape—or virtual wasteland—of information and entertainment via technology that is only a click away via our devices.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently came out with a report with staggering information. Suicide is on the rise. The report mentions that suicide rates are up more than 30 percent in half of the United States since 1999.
The report also shares that more than half of the people who died by suicide did not have a known mental health condition. In 2016 alone, about 45,000 lives were lost to suicide. Suicide is now one of the top 10 causes of death in the United States. Anthony Bourdain, Robin Williams, and Kate Spade were all …
Americans are becoming more permissive on moral issues like smoking pot, same sex relations, divorce, pornography, even polygamy. That’s according to Gallup’s annual Values and Beliefs survey, which was conducted May 1-10 and released this week. The trends are the interesting part.
Life is so precious, and the right to life recognized as a “natural” or God-given right, so much so that it was codified in our Declaration of Independence.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.
Note that the “right to life” is given preeminence: without life no other right is necessary. And “unalienable” further emphasizes the untouchable nature of that right: mankind was gifted life by its Creator — the Lord …
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Tagged agnosticism, Anne Saker, Atheism, Death With Dignity, Frank Peretti, Jayne O'Donnell, Jon Eareckson Tada, Me Before You, nones, Pew Research, physician-assisted suicide, Planned Parenthood, religiously unaffiliated, suicide, USA Today