Starbucks Employees Pricked With Discarded Hypodermic Needles Needing Medical Care Protection Against HIV & Hepatitis
1-9-19, Front Page -- Starbucks workers report finding blood and needles in bathrooms, as well as being pricked by improperly disposed-of needles, risking exposure to HIV and hepatitis. Since the 'open bathroom policy' has been in place, the coffee giant is exploring possible remedies after employees expressed fears about being pricked by uncapped discarded used needles and experiencing related health risks. Starbucks is testing solutions including installing sharps-disposal boxes, utilizing heavier-duty trash bags to prevent needle pokes and removing trash cans from certain bathrooms. More here
Starbucks baristas poked by discarded needles from drug users
Oct 2, 2018 - After three Starbucks employees were poked by needles while on the job in Seattle they told local news that hypodermic needles were found on the job nearly every day. They said they had to take antiviral medications to protect themselves from HIV and hepatitis. This is what working for a social justice company looks like.
U.S. Court Rules for Trump on Homosexual [aka Transgender] Military Limits
1-4-19, A federal appeals court upheld President Trump’s military homosexual or transgender ban, lifting an injunction that prevented the government from limiting their military service.
The appeals judges pointed out that “judges must give deference to military leaders when it comes to policy decisions about standards for service.”
Former Defense Secretary Jim Mattis’ review proposed a modified, but official policy to ban those with gender dysphoria diagnoses from serving in the military. Those diagnosed with gender dysphoria experience dangerous side effects such as suicide, anxiety, depression and drug addiction. Also their surgeries and therapies too often were not successful in alleviating these side effects.
The Supreme court is due to consider whether to hear three separate government appeals at its private conference on Jan. 11, 2019 as other federal courts issued injunctions against the policy, which applied nationwide. More here
Making US Military Men Feel & Look Like Women | More here
How to emasculate US Military - Obama was good at it ...
On April 1, 2015 about 15 cadets 'Walk in Her Shoes' event, during which men stumble through a pre-set route while sporting women's high heeled shoes - the stated reason - raise awareness for sexual assault victims. Disgusting.
Pediatricians say, "Impersonation of the opposite sex” is dangerous for children; a person’s belief that he or she is something they are not is, at best, a sign of confused thinking. This problem exists in the mind and not the body and it should be treated as such. [But in too many cases it is not.]”
Rapid Onset Gender Dysphoria Is 'Social Contagion' | More here
1-7-19, Breitbart -- Abigail Shrier writes that the medical community is far too "affirmative" in its treatment of rapid onset gender dysphoria [ROGD] that's is a psychological affliction that begins in early childhood and is characterized by a severe and persistent feeling that one was born the wrong sex. ROGD is “a social contagion that comes on suddenly in adolescence, afflicting teens who’d never exhibited any confusion about their sex.”Unlike other social contagions, such as cutting and bulimia, ROGD gets “full support from the medical community” instead of the treatment such contagions deserve, she contends. Shrier said: “The standard for dealing with teens who assert they are transgender is ‘affirmative care’— immediately granting the patient’s stated new identity. When the role of therapists should be to assist their patients in overcoming their unhealthy urges rather than pandering to them." [..snip]
In 2016, the American College of Pediatricians warned educators and legislators that “a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex” is dangerous for children, but there warning has gone largely unheeded. A statement by the group said that “a person’s belief that he or she is something they are not is, at best, a sign of confused thinking.” This problem exists in the mind and not the body and “it should be treated as such.”
When Your Daughter Defies Biology | More here
1-6-19, WallStreetJourn -- OpEd: The burden of mothers whose children suffer from ‘rapid onset gender dysphoria [ROGD].’. ... She turned out to be a prominent Southern lawyer with a problem. Phenomenon Brown University public-health researcher Lisa Littman has identified as ...
New York Jewish Schools Under Attack
Comparing racial demographics the highest abortion rate was among black women at 25.1 abortions per 1,000 and the lowest was among white women at 6.8 per 1,000. Age comparisons indicate women in their 20s had the highest abortion rate. More here
Margaret Sanger (1879 - 1966) was the founder of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF).
As an activist in the birth-control and population-control movements, she was one of the most influential figures of the twentieth century.
Many questions have been raised concerning Sanger's real views on eugenics, race and human rights and it's hard to separate the facts from fiction. The information presented here is drawn directly from her writings, with references. Her obsession with eugenics and racism was clearly presented in her involvement of planning the First World Population Conference which took place in Geneva in 1926. More here
According to the CDC among teenagers, the rate declined even more drastically – a full 54 percent since 2006. In comparison to live births, the CDC reported 188 abortions per 1,000 live births, a 19-percent drop from 2006.
Want a comfortable retirement?
Richard Quinn's Ten Commandments
2. Remember that Social Security is designed to replace no more than 40% of pre-retirement income—and for many, that 40% is an overestimate, because the benefit calculation is skewed toward lower income Americans.
3. Have a financial and estate plan that provides for your spouse and any others who depend on you financially—and who may outlive you. Income annuities, investment income streams and life insurance.
4. Never forget the non-financial aspects of your retirement; consider possible significant relocation long before you retire—and try it out first. It’s a big mistake to think of retirement purely as leisure time; fun stuff takes money.
5. Pay attention to communications from your employer, Social Security, Medicare, personal advisers and others. What you don’t know can hurt you. A missed deadline and any number of other goofs can do severe financial damage.
6. Put retirement savings ahead of other goals, like college or a vacation home. Unless you have a good pension plus Social Security.
7. Save as much as possible as soon as possible. Load up on savings early in your career and let the money work for you in the decades that follow.
8. Recognize that your taxes may not be lower during retirement. All the signs point to higher taxes in the future for everyone.
9. Place health care high on your list of fixed expenses. Medicare plus supplemental insurance can cost a retired couple more than $700 a month. Remember that Medicare has no out-of-pocket limits.
10. Invest in ways that will provide a steady income stream in retirement. In many ways, retirement is no different from your working years: Do not be totally exposed to stock market fluctuations. You don’t want to worry about where that 4% withdrawal rate will come from each year.
-- Richard Quinn, QuinnsCommentary.com This column originally appeared on Humble Dollar. More here
11-23-18, In summary, once again Harvard and Yale scientists studied the feasibility of using aircraft, balloons or modified naval gun to bombard the atmosphere with particles that would block out the sun [also done in 2014].
CNN said: Harvard and Yale scientists are proposing that we tackle climate change by dimming the sun. It sounds crazy, but according to their research, it could actually cut the rate of global warming in half: https://cnn.it/2R8SBO6
Solar Geoengineering: Weighing Costs of Blocking the Sun's Heat
2014, Yale -- In the face of anticipated rapid climate change ... smart move is to intensively study both the positive and negative effects of using a small fleet of jets to inject sulfate aerosols high into the atmosphere to block a portion of the sun’s rays...
[So the sun causes climate change?? Apparently they forgot LIFE all God's creations need the sun ... people, animals and veggies!]
Penn Law Prof Amy Wax expects the threat against politically incorrect college professors to get worse; she said:
“Professors who hold unpopular positions or state inconvenient facts are now considered psychologically toxic. If their presence causes offense, distress, feelings of insult, fears of ill treatment, that is enough to eject them from the classroom. And of course, these perceptions and feelings are subjective, they are self-confirming, they are immune from challenge. It’s all in the mind of the beholder; and the beholder’s mind reigns supreme.”
However, Prof Wax is accustomed to political wrong think; her credentials:
- bachelor’s degree from Yale College
- medical degree from Harvard
- law degree from Columbia
- argued 15 cases before the Supreme Court on behalf of the Justice Department
Solution: She wants and demands debate, evidence and accountability.
The straw that broke the camel’s back happened when student activists searching for dirt on Wax unearthed a 2017 podcast interview she did with economist and Brown University professor Glenn Loury  when she said about the issue of affirmative action: “I don’t think I’ve ever seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of (my) class, and rarely, rarely, in the top half. I can think of one or two students who scored in the first half of my required first-year Civil Procedure course.” More here
The video was a September 2017 interview between Wax and Brown University professor Glenn Loury in which Wax said she didn't think she'd ever seen a black student graduate in the top quarter of the class at Penn Law and "rarely, rarely in the top half."
Loury said: "I believe that Dean Ruger's actions against Amy Wax at Penn Law — responding to public pressure no less — were reprehensible, and deserve to be condemned."
If it's true ... how can it be racist?
California: Pastor Crowder of the Magalia Pines Baptist Church Reports,
‘We Prayed and Are Totally Unscathed’
Miraculous Survival From Wildfire Despite Church Group Being Surrounded By Raging Inferno
With nowhere to run for escape, the group sprinted back inside the church building, huddled together and prayed. They could hear the roaring sound of flames ripping through buildings and the deafening blast of propane canisters detonating at a neighboring hardware store.
"We cried out to God for protection and He answered."
Despite the entire town of Magalia being leveled to the ground, and most of Paradise that is five miles away, staggeringly the church building remains unscathed. The entire group huddled inside praying the entire night without suffering any injury whatsoever. Pastor Crowder said, "It'll be years before Magalia is a town again, but all through that, our church will be standing and our church will be ministering as a beacon of hope as this small town community attempts to rebuild from the ashes."
The building of Magalia Baptist is being used as shelter to many who lost their homes. The members will feed and help people clean up as soon as possible sharing the love of Christ to everyone. More here
Something to shout about!
Nurse's hysterical reaction when paralyzed patient, Miss Bailey Murrill surprises her by getting out of wheelchair and walking
In 2015 Texas an unidentified nurse screamed with joy and then burst into tears as her paralyzed 17 yr old patient, Bailey Murrill suddenly got out of her wheelchair and walked towards her. At first it was reported that the cause of Bailey's paralysis was unknown; later it was reported her eleven day hospitalization and the inability to move her legs was probably caused by a fall when she was playing basketball. More here
See minute video here www.metacafe.com/watch/11671275/paralyzed-girl-shocks-nurse-who-took-care-of-her/
1 Corinthians 9:22
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