Archive for December, 2011

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President Obama has been the most pro-abortion President in history. He has forced taxpayers to fund abortions and pay for embryonic stem cell research that kills human life.

In Congress there is a bill that would be a major victory for the pro-life movement. The “Abortion Nondiscrimination Act” (ANDA) would create permanent protection for medical professionals who believe that abortion is murder.

Currently, nurses are being bullied into helping perform abortions against their will. While there is already a bill containing a conscience clause, it must be renewed annually and is being bypassed by the courts and the Obama administration.

But the Abortion Nondiscrimination Act (ANDA) would make it the protections permanent and stop the political games.

The bill is currently in committee, awaiting approval.

TAKE ACTION:

Contact the House of Representative’s Subcommittee on Health today and urge that they support this important bill that respects the convictions of our medical professionals. Click here to contact the committee today.

Taken from: The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission

Hi all! It’s been a while since I last posted something here. I have had a tough semester at my university. My piece of advise for those thinking of taking seven college classes (with two core science courses) and working 24 hours a week… enter with caution. Not that it’s impossible (cause I did it with A’s and B’s), but it’s very stressful. I started really “feeling” it by week 6. I am sooo glad the semester is almost over! I’ve got two more finals.

Anyway. That’s not what I am here to share with you. I took a U.S. Government class this semester and the professor had us do a literature review citing academic sources using Chicago Manual–I never did either. I had to learn how to do it. Now I can officially say I have learned how to cite in all the different ways available. 🙂

So I wanted to share my literature review with you. Drop some comments too. What would you have done differently? What do you think? Look forward to reading your feedback.

Topic: Government restrictions on the right to carry in the U.S.

In the wake of two of the worst mass shootings in U.S. history, having taken place at Virginia Tech (more…)