“Christmas Lunatic” lined up a display on his own house and those of two crazy neighbors. It looks GREAT!
Naturally Pharmer had to learn how they do this, and one generous designer shares his secrets HERE. He uses light-o-rama software and controllers, a low level FM transmitter, and thousands of LED lights. There’s also a trick to fixing up the MP3 tracks to use a constant bit rate, to prevent the lights from drifting off beat. You can purchase musical programs if you don’t feel up to designing your own.
Twelve nurses of the same surgery unit at University of Medicine and Dentistry Hospital, one of New Jersey’s largest health care facilities, have won their suit, and will not be forced to participate in abortion procedures.
Yet to be determined are the reprisals and scheduling problems which might crop up as a result of their dissent. U.S. District Judge Jose Linares says that he will retain jurisdiction over the case to monitor and rule on any disputes which might arise as the decision is enforced.
Perhaps the hospital will recognize the public relations problem of coercing participation in abortion, and allow the nurses to practice in peace.
Congratulations to the courageous nurses and the lawyers of the Alliance Defense Fund on their victory.
Abby Johnson got out of the abortion industry once she realized that it’s not really there to help women.
(The idea of openly selling the morning after pill to men ought to be a signal, folks.)
Now she’s got a program for assisting abortion clinic workers who want to get out. How about that?! Here’s where you get advice and assistance in finding a new life after the abortion industry. Click Abby, or 40 Days for Life, or contact your local CPC.
New Hampshire cancelled a 1.8 million dollar grant to planned parenthood, due to concerns that part of that money would be supporting the abortion portion of their business.
Obama decided to make up for this by granting a 1 million dollar replacement with your federal tax dollars. This was funded through cuts in funding to neighboring health care providers. In addition, this money was provided without the usual process of allowing other agencies to compete for the grant.
New Hampshire Right to Life has been looking into this unusual million dollar grant, and is suing the Sebelius HHS, because this very ‘opaque’ agency refused its Freedom of Information request for information.
Christine Rousselle worked as a cashier for Walmart, in Scarborough, Maine, for a couple of summers and gives first hand witness of massive welfare fraud and abuse.
Lifting one of her examples of said abuse: ” b) People using TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) money to buy such necessities such as earrings, kitkat bars, beer, WWE figurines, and, my personal favorite, a slip n’ slide. TANF money does not have restrictions like food stamps on what can be bought with it.”