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Socialism in the classroom just like socialism in the government!! A good watch. Share with all your liberal friends. Maybe they will get a little bit better educated…

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So, what would you do if you wanted America to fail? Who would you elect? What would you buy? What laws would you pass? Watch this video and think about it:

“If I Wanted America to Fail…”

A war is raging against our shared values. Our faith and freedom are under attack. Silence in the face of this war is not an option. Decisive action is needed. Join with others who share the core values that make America a great nation. Take a stand for righteousness and justice and be part of a new revolution to take back America. The time has come to turn our voices into votes and to change the course of history.

Registration is required. So sign up here.

I will be there with Ms. Sue Trombino of
Women Impacting the Nation!
Where:

Calvary Assembly of God
1199 Clay Street
Winter Park, FL 32789

More than 50 national religious and political speakers bring their insight and excitement to this event. It will be an in-depth Prayer and Patriotism event where people are united by love for our country’s freedom and our faith in Christ.

Check out this year’s schedule and pick the breakout sessions that fascinate you, with topics from Israel to immigration, from our families to our nation’s future, from human trafficking to the ticking clock of our national debt. We welcome all ages, denominations, and ethnicities to unite around Christian and conservative values.

We hope to educate, motivate, and activate you to make a difference in your community in 2012. As our nation’s honor is deteriorating, now is the time to take a stand and restore our country’s strength and dignity!

Reserve your tickets today!

If you’re traveling, these are some recommended hotels or if you are interested in exhibiting please contact us for approval.

View last year’s video of the presentations.

I really enjoyed watching this movie. There was a beautiful message behind it. In fact, watched this movie only once and have it completely memorized, with the addition of some lines. I would definitely go out and watch it all over again.

It clearly proclaims how life is precious and how we need to preserve it dearly.

The Erwin Brothers said:

OCTOBER BABY opened in theaters this past weekend with incredible results. It was the No. 1 film in limited release, the No. 3 film in per-screen average, and the No. 8 film overall-despite being seen in only 390 theaters! But more than that, God is using the movie to impact people.

What great news!

Please watch these videos.

“Forever Changed” film by ACLJ:

“In My Seat” video. A pilot’s story from 9/10 and 9/11:

I am raffling off an additional FREE ticket to attend the Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale Conference on the U.S. Constitution!!

This is how it works:

  1. You need to first register to attend the Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale Conference on the U.S. Constitution featuring guest speaker Rick Green.
  2. Then you need to email me at TruthforAmericasYouth@gmail.com with your FULL NAME and EMAIL ADDRESS. That’s all.
  3. When we get 12 registered names we will randomly select a winner for this ADDITIONAL FREE TICKET!! And we will notify you via email.
That’s all you need to do! This is a great way to gift someone a ticket to attend this event.
Please note: For this raffle to work, we need 12 individual names who have all ready registered for this event.
SO START SPREADING THE NEWS!
We will raffle off FREE tickets every time we receive 12 names.
YOU can be the one to receive an additional ticket to this special event, for FREE!
Tell your friends to sign up and email their name and email address to us!

All right everyone. Here is a Conference on the U.S. Constitution you will NOT want to miss, featuring Rick Green, speaker, author, and co-host of “David Barton’s Wallbuilder’s Live!”

ARE YOU CONCERNED THAT AMERCIA HAS STRAYED FROM ITS’ CONSTITUTIONAL FOUNDATIONS?

HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW THE CONSTITUTION?

ARE YOU PREPARED TO DEFEND IT?

This very special event, on Saturday, August 20, 2011, from 8AM-4PM, at Calvary Chapel Fort Lauderdale, includes a booklet, lunch, and 6 hours of conference with a special guest speaker.

Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale
the South Banquet Hall
2401 W. Cypress Creek Road
Ft. Lauderdale, FL. 33309
  • Individuals: $35
  • Couples: $60, each additional family member $15
  • Students or Senior Citizens [65+]: $25
  • CCA Students: $15
  • Pastors who promote the conference at their church: FREE
Please note, space is limited.
Spread the word around with this event flyer.

Conference on the U.S. Constitution with Rick Green


Whoo hoo!! Rick Scott gets a sticker from me! =D

Florida Gov. Rick Scott has signed two pro-life bills that would help stop abortions – including one that calls for tightening parental involvement laws on teen abortions and another that allows women to see an ultrasound of their baby before the abortion.

In an interview with the Wall St. Journal on Sunday, Scott says he’s more concerned with standing on principle than whether a certain measure is popular or not with the public – though polling data has shown a majority of Americans and Florida residents support such laws.

“I don’t look at polls. That’s not what I ran on. I don’t think this job is a popularity contest. This job is how do we make this the best place to do business,” he said.
The signing of the ultrasound measure comes one year after pro-abortion former Gov. Charlie Crist vetoed a similar proposal. The bills (HB 1127) would allow women a chance to see an ultrasound of their unborn child before an abortion so they can receive information about the development of their baby that abortion businesses normally do not provide. The ultrasound bill requires abortion centers to do something they don’t normally do:  show women considering an abortion the results of the ultrasound they typically take beforehand to determine the age of the baby at the time of the abortion.
The second measure (HB 1247) provides better enforcement of the parental notification law that allows parents to know when their minor daughter is considering an abortion. Democrats unsuccessfully attempted to amend the bills and water them down but Senate Republicans voted against the attempts and narrowly defeated them.

Sen. Ronda Storms, a Republican who sponsored the bill after pro-abortion former Gov. Charlie Crist vetoed a bill last year, said the measure is designed to give women more information.

“A doctor has an obligation to go over every procedure with a woman,” she said.

The allowance for an ultrasound is already on the books for women having second or third-trimester abortions but not for those women earlier in pregnancy – when a baby’s heart begins beating at 22 days or when brain waves are measurable at six weeks. HB 1127 would allow such women to see the ultrasound that studies show abortion centers already do. Rep. Liz Porter, a Republican who sponsored the bill in the House, confirmed most abortion businesses already do an ultrasound to determine the gestational age of the baby before the abortion  and she is disappointed that women she’s talked to don’t get to see the image beforehand.

“It provides women with the knowledge, the truth, the facts, of the procedure that they are facing,” said Porter, according to the Palm Beach Post. “Too much knowledge is never a bad thing.”

Crist had said in his veto message last year that personal views about abortion shouldn’t be used to “expand the role of government and coerce people to obtain medical tests or procedures that are not medically necessary.” But Scott, a businessman, ran as a pro-life candidate and Florida Right to Life gave him an “A” grade and recommended him to voters.”I am pro-life. I believe strongly in the sanctity of human life. I believe Roe v. Wade should be overturned, and as governor, would appoint judges who apply law and not impose their political agenda on the people, which was what was done in 1973 when Roe was wrongly decided,” he said on his web site during the campaign.

Scott also said during the gubernatorial campaign that he disagreed with Crist’s veto.

“As governor, I would have signed the pro-life ultrasound legislation that has passed both house of the Florida legislature and was vetoed by Charlie Crist for political reasons,” he said. “This important legislation not only demonstrates that abortion is the taking of an innocent human life but also prevents Florida taxpayers from funding abortion through the federal health care plan that recently passed Congress.”

The parental notification bill relates additional requirements for teenagers when they want to use the Supreme Court-mandated judicial bypass provision meant for rare occasions in which teenagers are concerned about physical abuse at home by revealing their pregnancy to their parents. Abortion businesses have abused the law by judge shopping and finding those who will approve the bypass for any occasion in which a teen merely doesn’t want to inform her parents of her potential abortion.

The bill extends the time a court has to rule on whether a teenager should be allowed to be exempt from the law to investigate the situation more extensively. The bill also eliminates part of the law that indicates the notification requirement is automatically waived if the court does not issue a ruling. And the bill requires teens who do get their parents’ permission to have the permission slip notarized to ensure it is legal.

Bill sponsor Alan Hays said the bill is needed because it is easier for teens to get an abortion than minor medication at school.

The state will not allow a school nurse or a school teacher to give that student a Tylenol or an Advil with out parental permission yet they’re willing to let them terminate a pregnancy without parental permission. I just find that completely unacceptable,” said Hays.

The Orlando Sentinel newspaper indicated that, during the House committee hearing, Planned Parenthood of Florida indicated about 5,000 teen abortions were done in 2010 and 381 teens asked to waive the parental notification requirements.

In 2004, Florida voters backed a constitutional amendment for parental notification, which received the support of 4,466,398 voters or 64.7 percent of the state’s residents. Only 35.3 percent of Florida voters (2,438,778) opposed it.

In 2006, there were 95,586 abortions performed in Florida, the latest year in which state health department data is available. The ultrasound bill would likely reduce that number.

ACTION: Thank Governor Scott at http://www.flgov.com/contact

Steven Ertelt | Tallahassee, FL | LifeNews.com

Florida Right to Life (FRTL) is the state’s largest pro-life group with chapters throughout Florida. FRTL works through legislation and education to protect those threatened by abortion, infanticide, euthanasia and assisted suicide. 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Anna Bettisworth, media@liveaction.org, 323.454.3304

RALEIGH, June 16–Lila Rose, president of the pro-life youth organization Live Action, issued the following
statement this morning on North Carolina’s defunding of Planned Parenthood:

“North Carolina is now the fourth state this year to step up to the plate and ensure that no taxpayer dollars go towards funding the biggest abortion business in America, Planned Parenthood. This corrupt organization is responsible for killing over 332,000 defenseless unborn children each year. Planned Parenthood manipulates women to choose abortion and routinely aids and abets the sexual exploitation and trafficking of young girls. Governors of other states should take note of how Gov. Perdue’s legislature has decisively rejected her veto and realize that the American people do not want to subsidize abortionists.”

Indiana, Kansas, and New Jersey have recently passed laws to prevent taxpayer funds from going to Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood is challenging the Indiana law in federal court, although a federal judge has already denied the abortion business’s request for a temporary injunction.

Over the past four years, Live Action has released undercover videos revealing Planned Parenthood clinics across the
country covering up the sexual abuse of children and violating mandatory reporting laws for statutory rape. In February, Live Action released new undercover footage showing 7 Planned Parenthood clinics in 4 states willing to
aid and abet the commercial sex trafficking of underage girls. The videos prompted the House of Representatives to vote twice to defund Planned Parenthood of all federal taxpayer subsidies.

“North Carolina joins Indiana, Kansas, and New Jersey in standing up for the rule of law, human rights, and responsible government,” says Rose. “While we wait for Congress to defund Planned Parenthood at the federal level, responsible state governments should do their part to protect women and unborn children and end local public subsidies of this lawless abortion chain.”

To see the videos, visit: liveaction.org/traffick
To learn more about Live Action, visit: liveaction.org

Taken from an email.