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October 08, 2016, 09:03:04 PM
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The pill is linked to depression – and doctors can no longer ignore it
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/03/pill-linked-depression-doctors-hormonal-contraceptives

Quote from: Holly Grigg-Spall
A newly published study from the University of Copenhagen has confirmed a link between hormonal contraceptives and depression. The largest of its kind, with one million Danish women between the ages of 15 and 34 tracked for a total of 13 years, it’s the kind of study that women such as me, who have experienced the side-effects of birth control-induced depression first hand, have been waiting for.

Women taking pill more likely to be treated for depression, study finds Researchers found that women taking the combined oral contraceptive were 23% more likely to be diagnosed with depression and those using progestin-only pills (also known as “the mini-pill”) were 34% more likely. Teens were at the greatest risk of depression, with an 80% increase when taking the combined pill, and that risk is two-fold with the progestin-only pill. In addition, other hormone-based methods commonly offered to women seeking an alternative to the pill – such as the hormonal IUS/coil, the patch and the ring – were shown to increase depression at a rate much higher than either kind of oral contraceptives.

In recent years we’ve seen efforts from the NHS and family planning organisations to encourage teens to use these so-called LARCs (long-acting reversible contraceptives), primarily because they eliminate the need to remember to take a pill every day, but also due to the fact they’re commonly believed to have less severe potential side-effects than the pill. The new research suggests this practice is misguided. We already know that those with pre-existing depression may find the pill worsens their symptoms, and if teens were at greater risk of depression, then continuing this practice would be negligent

The researchers note that, because GPs are less likely to prescribe the pill to women who already have depression and because women who do experience depression on the pill are more likely to stop taking it, this study probably underestimates the potential negative affect that hormonal contraceptives can have on mental health.

Study can be found here
http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/article-abstract/2552796

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October 08, 2016, 10:47:09 PM
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health and religion is same for me
this important for me
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October 09, 2016, 11:04:54 AM
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Religious people rarely get sick. But I think it comes from the fact that they are fasting. Christians are fasting forty days before Easter. It is good for their body
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October 09, 2016, 11:57:33 AM
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Religious people rarely get sick. But I think it comes from the fact that they are fasting. Christians are fasting forty days before Easter. It is good for their body
Do you have a link to data that proves this? as far as I'm concerned anybody can get sick, the virus won't ask a question "are you a Christian?" before infecting a human being.  Fasting may be good for body, but no evidence that religious people get less sick than non-religious without a link to data.

The pill is linked to depression – and doctors can no longer ignore it
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/03/pill-linked-depression-doctors-hormonal-contraceptives
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October 09, 2016, 08:07:51 PM
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Religious people rarely get sick. But I think it comes from the fact that they are fasting. Christians are fasting forty days before Easter. It is good for their body
Do you have a link to data that proves this? as far as I'm concerned anybody can get sick, the virus won't ask a question "are you a Christian?" before infecting a human being.  Fasting may be good for body, but no evidence that religious people get less sick than non-religious without a link to data.

The pill is linked to depression – and doctors can no longer ignore it
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/03/pill-linked-depression-doctors-hormonal-contraceptives
It's easy to be depressed in this world, you don't need the pill for that. Many media companies sell negativity. Disasters, war, disease, end of days.. they broadcast anything just to get money.


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October 11, 2016, 02:23:16 PM
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Religious people rarely get sick. But I think it comes from the fact that they are fasting. Christians are fasting forty days before Easter. It is good for their body

for real dude. it doesn't matter what you're religion is as long as you take care of your body by eating right and exercising, you won't easily get sick. being healthy doesn't have anything to do with the religion you're affiliated with come on

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October 11, 2016, 05:06:07 PM
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Religious people rarely get sick. But I think it comes from the fact that they are fasting. Christians are fasting forty days before Easter. It is good for their body

for real dude. it doesn't matter what you're religion is as long as you take care of your body by eating right and exercising, you won't easily get sick. being healthy doesn't have anything to do with the religion you're affiliated with come on

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October 15, 2016, 09:02:27 PM
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Stanford Health Opens Clinic For Transgender Children
http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Stanford-Health-Opens-Clinic-For-Transgender-Children--396872401.html
Quote from:  Ryann Vargas
The Stanford Children’s Health Gender Clinic now provides hormonal, psycho-social, and gynecologic services for gender non-conforming youth in the Bay Area. The clinic officially opened in Sunnyvale on July 1 2016.
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Now, the Gender Clinic gives patients and their families a one-stop shop for multidisciplinary health. A pediatric endocrinologist, urologist, gynecologist, along with an adolescent medicine specialist and social worker all work together in the new clinic.
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"There are usually two phases of hormone treatment," Dr. Tandy Aye said.

"One is to kind of stop puberty when puberty begins in young children. It's to kind of halt it so that the child doesn't experience the wrong puberty, the biological puberty, and it should be the one that they identify with."

The "halt" Aye says gives patients and their parents time to process what is happening and to continue to make decisions before the second round of hormones.

"Around age 16 and sometimes younger that's when what we call the cross-sex hormones get added into so they can make that transition," Aye said

Gender Ideology Harms Children
https://www.acpeds.org/the-college-speaks/position-statements/gender-ideology-harms-children
Quote from: American College of Pediatricians
The American College of Pediatricians urges educators and legislators to reject all policies that condition children to accept as normal a life of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex. Facts – not ideology – determine reality.
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Puberty is not a disease and puberty-blocking hormones can be dangerous. Reversible or not, puberty- blocking hormones induce a state of disease – the absence of puberty – and inhibit growth and fertility in a previously biologically healthy child....
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According to the DSM-V, as many as 98% of gender confused boys and 88% of gender confused girls eventually accept their biological sex after naturally passing through puberty.
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Rates of suicide are twenty times greater among adults who use cross-sex hormones and undergo sex reassignment surgery, even in Sweden which is among the most LGBTQ – affirming countries. What compassionate and reasonable person would condemn young children to this fate knowing that after puberty as many as 88% of girls and 98% of boys will eventually accept reality and achieve a state of mental and physical health?
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Conditioning children into believing that a lifetime of chemical and surgical impersonation of the opposite sex is normal and healthful is child abuse. Endorsing gender discordance as normal via public education and legal policies will confuse children and parents, leading more children to present to “gender clinics” where they will be given puberty-blocking drugs. This, in turn, virtually ensures that they will “choose” a lifetime of carcinogenic and otherwise toxic cross-sex hormones, and likely consider unnecessary surgical mutilation of their healthy body parts as young adults.

American College of Pediatricians
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_College_of_Pediatricians
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The American College of Pediatricians (ACPeds) is a small, socially conservative advocacy group of pediatricians and other healthcare professionals in the United States.

The group was founded in 2002 by a group of pediatricians, including Joseph Zanga, a past president of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)...

ACPeds describes itself as "a national organization of pediatricians and other healthcare professionals dedicated to the health and well-being of children... committed to fulfilling its mission by producing sound policy, based upon the best available research, to assist parents and to influence society in the endeavor of childrearing."

Zanga has described it as a group with Judeo-Christian, traditional values.

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October 15, 2016, 10:57:24 PM
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I find higher IQ people to be better well adjusted, and healthier. They have a better understanding of nutrition, while lower IQ people are more prone to go by what feels good. I can see how higher IQ people will have members that have problems like depression and all, since they are less likely to be in la la land, and mindlessly find pleasure in fantasies. But the OP takes it to mean that all higher IQ people suffer from such things.
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October 16, 2016, 01:25:30 PM
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I find higher IQ people to be better well adjusted, and healthier. They have a better understanding of nutrition, while lower IQ people are more prone to go by what feels good. I can see how higher IQ people will have members that have problems like depression and all, since they are less likely to be in la la land, and mindlessly find pleasure in fantasies. But the OP takes it to mean that all higher IQ people suffer from such things.

Higher IQ people tend to be more well-adjusted in society because they are more deeply indoctrinated, they typically do not perform as well outside of their element.
Because knowledge is not perfect/comprehensive, the 'edge' they hold over lower IQ people is true only within the human world. In a bigger picture, there is no difference between higher and lower IQ people because they are both flawed.
However, the modern world is a design/vision of intelligence first and foremost, it is only natural that higher IQ people are celebrated in society.
It's just a shame that lower IQ people are not recognized for their actual worth and contribution to human progress. Having easier access to "la la land" means that their minds are more flexible, more accommodating of new ideas, this complements the rigidness of sharp traditional intelligence.
Human intelligence is a lot more vulnerable/fragile than people think and this is because knowledge has yet to encompass everything.
For intelligent people, not being able to figure out the why's and how's can be downright scary. Not so much for less intelligent people, they help take some of the edge off the unknown. The less intelligent is somewhat of a muse to the intelligent.
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October 16, 2016, 04:43:44 PM
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yes religion have very strong effect on ones health, when people give proper time to their religion and practice their religion on regular basis then it really keep the health of the person really healthy.
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October 17, 2016, 10:53:21 PM
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90-Year-Old Florida Man Faces Jail Time, $500 Fine For Feeding Homeless
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/04/man-90-arrested-feeding-homeless_n_6100738.html
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A Florida city was quick to show how serious it is about its new homeless feeding ban by making an example out of a 90-year-old advocate who’s been helping the hungry for two decades.

On Sunday police cited two Christian ministers and volunteer Arnold Abbott, 90, who runs the advocacy group, Love The Neighbor, Local 10 News reported.

The three served less than a handful of the 300 meals they prepared before the police run in, according to the Sentinel.

They each now face 60 days in jail and $500 fines.

“These are the poorest of the poor, they have nothing, they don’t have a roof over their heads,” Abbott, who plans on suing the city, told Local 10 News. “How do you turn them away?”



Dozen Arrested For Feeding Homeless In Orlando
http://www.govtslaves.info/dozen-arrested-for-feeding-homeless-in-orlando/
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Members of the organization Food Not Bombs were in good spirits as they passed out corn on the cob, rice, beans and other vegetarian dishes to the homeless and hungry in an Orlando park. This cheer was interrupted when police officers on bicycles arrived and arrested five of the volunteers.

This is not the first time this scene has played out for members of Food Not Bombs.

Since June 1, a dozen members of the group have been arrested for violating a new Orlando city ordinance that prohibits sharing food with large groups in downtown parks more than twice a year.

The mayor of Orlando even branded them “food terrorists.”

Economics of Religion
http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/economics-of-religion
Quote from: National Catholic Register
It would be difficult to convince the staff of a Catholic soup kitchen feeding the homeless that they are actually helping the U.S. economy, but that is exactly what an academic journal reports in its study on the economic impact of America’s churches. The Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion found that religious communities contribute $1.2 trillion each year to the American economy.

These contributions range from the traditional economic drivers of any business to charitable giving, caring for the sick and poor, education and other kinds of services. That is more than the annual revenues of the top 10 tech companies, including Apple, Amazon and Google, combined. And if the $1.2 trillion is viewed in terms of the Gross Domestic Product, religion in the U.S. would be ranked as the 15th-largest national economy in the world.

The study looked at the 344,894 congregations in the country, from 236 religious denominations (217 are Christian, and the rest include everything from Shinto to Zoroastrianism). What it discovered was that believers are not only contributing massively to the economy, but they are incredibly generous, too. Despite declining religious affiliation in the U.S. population, religious communities have actually tripled the amount of money spent on social programs in the last 15 years, donating $9 billion to the cause.

At a time when the relevance of faith is being questioned by media elites and the government, and when believers — Christians, above all — are being ridiculed and pushed out of the public square, there is now tangible evidence of the practical value that the mere presence of faith offers to America. Believers are a vital and vibrant part of the economic and social life of the United States, as vital and vibrant as at any time in American history.

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90-Year-Old Florida Man Faces Jail Time, $500 Fine For Feeding Homeless
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/04/man-90-arrested-feeding-homeless_n_6100738.html
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A Florida city was quick to show how serious it is about its new homeless feeding ban by making an example out of a 90-year-old advocate who’s been helping the hungry for two decades.

On Sunday police cited two Christian ministers and volunteer Arnold Abbott, 90, who runs the advocacy group, Love The Neighbor, Local 10 News reported.

The three served less than a handful of the 300 meals they prepared before the police run in, according to the Sentinel.

They each now face 60 days in jail and $500 fines.

“These are the poorest of the poor, they have nothing, they don’t have a roof over their heads,” Abbott, who plans on suing the city, told Local 10 News. “How do you turn them away?”



Dozen Arrested For Feeding Homeless In Orlando
http://www.govtslaves.info/dozen-arrested-for-feeding-homeless-in-orlando/
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Members of the organization Food Not Bombs were in good spirits as they passed out corn on the cob, rice, beans and other vegetarian dishes to the homeless and hungry in an Orlando park. This cheer was interrupted when police officers on bicycles arrived and arrested five of the volunteers.

This is not the first time this scene has played out for members of Food Not Bombs.

Since June 1, a dozen members of the group have been arrested for violating a new Orlando city ordinance that prohibits sharing food with large groups in downtown parks more than twice a year.

The mayor of Orlando even branded them “food terrorists.”

Economics of Religion
http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/economics-of-religion
Quote from: National Catholic Register
It would be difficult to convince the staff of a Catholic soup kitchen feeding the homeless that they are actually helping the U.S. economy, but that is exactly what an academic journal reports in its study on the economic impact of America’s churches. The Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion found that religious communities contribute $1.2 trillion each year to the American economy.

These contributions range from the traditional economic drivers of any business to charitable giving, caring for the sick and poor, education and other kinds of services. That is more than the annual revenues of the top 10 tech companies, including Apple, Amazon and Google, combined. And if the $1.2 trillion is viewed in terms of the Gross Domestic Product, religion in the U.S. would be ranked as the 15th-largest national economy in the world.

The study looked at the 344,894 congregations in the country, from 236 religious denominations (217 are Christian, and the rest include everything from Shinto to Zoroastrianism). What it discovered was that believers are not only contributing massively to the economy, but they are incredibly generous, too. Despite declining religious affiliation in the U.S. population, religious communities have actually tripled the amount of money spent on social programs in the last 15 years, donating $9 billion to the cause.

At a time when the relevance of faith is being questioned by media elites and the government, and when believers — Christians, above all — are being ridiculed and pushed out of the public square, there is now tangible evidence of the practical value that the mere presence of faith offers to America. Believers are a vital and vibrant part of the economic and social life of the United States, as vital and vibrant as at any time in American history.

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October 18, 2016, 10:13:50 AM
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Religious people rarely get sick. But I think it comes from the fact that they are fasting. Christians are fasting forty days before Easter. It is good for their body
Do you have a link to data that proves this? as far as I'm concerned anybody can get sick, the virus won't ask a question "are you a Christian?" before infecting a human being.  Fasting may be good for body, but no evidence that religious people get less sick than non-religious without a link to data.

The pill is linked to depression – and doctors can no longer ignore it
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/oct/03/pill-linked-depression-doctors-hormonal-contraceptives
It's easy to be depressed in this world, you don't need the pill for that. Many media companies sell negativity. Disasters, war, disease, end of days.. they broadcast anything just to get money.


I also think that no one can prove the connection between health and religion. Especially if this connection is not) religious people can ascribe to themselves all sorts of virtues, which are not
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90-Year-Old Florida Man Faces Jail Time, $500 Fine For Feeding Homeless
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/04/man-90-arrested-feeding-homeless_n_6100738.html
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A Florida city was quick to show how serious it is about its new homeless feeding ban by making an example out of a 90-year-old advocate who’s been helping the hungry for two decades.

On Sunday police cited two Christian ministers and volunteer Arnold Abbott, 90, who runs the advocacy group, Love The Neighbor, Local 10 News reported.

The three served less than a handful of the 300 meals they prepared before the police run in, according to the Sentinel.

They each now face 60 days in jail and $500 fines.

“These are the poorest of the poor, they have nothing, they don’t have a roof over their heads,” Abbott, who plans on suing the city, told Local 10 News. “How do you turn them away?”



Dozen Arrested For Feeding Homeless In Orlando
http://www.govtslaves.info/dozen-arrested-for-feeding-homeless-in-orlando/
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Members of the organization Food Not Bombs were in good spirits as they passed out corn on the cob, rice, beans and other vegetarian dishes to the homeless and hungry in an Orlando park. This cheer was interrupted when police officers on bicycles arrived and arrested five of the volunteers.

This is not the first time this scene has played out for members of Food Not Bombs.

Since June 1, a dozen members of the group have been arrested for violating a new Orlando city ordinance that prohibits sharing food with large groups in downtown parks more than twice a year.

The mayor of Orlando even branded them “food terrorists.”

Economics of Religion
http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/economics-of-religion
Quote from: National Catholic Register
It would be difficult to convince the staff of a Catholic soup kitchen feeding the homeless that they are actually helping the U.S. economy, but that is exactly what an academic journal reports in its study on the economic impact of America’s churches. The Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion found that religious communities contribute $1.2 trillion each year to the American economy.

These contributions range from the traditional economic drivers of any business to charitable giving, caring for the sick and poor, education and other kinds of services. That is more than the annual revenues of the top 10 tech companies, including Apple, Amazon and Google, combined. And if the $1.2 trillion is viewed in terms of the Gross Domestic Product, religion in the U.S. would be ranked as the 15th-largest national economy in the world.

The study looked at the 344,894 congregations in the country, from 236 religious denominations (217 are Christian, and the rest include everything from Shinto to Zoroastrianism). What it discovered was that believers are not only contributing massively to the economy, but they are incredibly generous, too. Despite declining religious affiliation in the U.S. population, religious communities have actually tripled the amount of money spent on social programs in the last 15 years, donating $9 billion to the cause.

At a time when the relevance of faith is being questioned by media elites and the government, and when believers — Christians, above all — are being ridiculed and pushed out of the public square, there is now tangible evidence of the practical value that the mere presence of faith offers to America. Believers are a vital and vibrant part of the economic and social life of the United States, as vital and vibrant as at any time in American history.

If people in America understood that common law trumps civil law in America, they would take the police to court as people rather than as police. Man to man their "law" isn't any greater than yours. And if they have injured you, even by wasting your time in an arrest, as long as you have injured nobody, there is no case against you. But you have a claim against them for wasting your time or whatever other injury they have done to you.

This is what Karl Lentz is showing us:

http://www.myprivateaudio.com/Karl-Lentz.html = Angela Stark's Talkshoe.

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5duR4OvEHHxOSdEZhANETw = TrustInAllLaw snippets of Karl's audios.

http://www.broadmind.org/ = Karl's main page.

http://www.unkommonlaw.co.uk/ = Karl's United Kingdom page.

http://www.youtube.com/user/765736/videos?view=0&live_view=500&flow=grid&sort=da = Craig Lynch's snippets page.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOkAHRzuiOA&list=PLHrkQxgz0mg6kUBciD-HIvTXByqjcIZ-D = Ten great Youtube videos, might be the best introduction to Karl.

http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=127469&cmd=tc = Karl's Talkshoe site.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iua56K4Mysk = Karl Lentz - The Brian Bonar Incident - YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdHLHWS4gPE = Lentz-Sense - don't be a More~On - YouTube.


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90-Year-Old Florida Man Faces Jail Time, $500 Fine For Feeding Homeless
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11/04/man-90-arrested-feeding-homeless_n_6100738.html
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A Florida city was quick to show how serious it is about its new homeless feeding ban by making an example out of a 90-year-old advocate who’s been helping the hungry for two decades.

On Sunday police cited two Christian ministers and volunteer Arnold Abbott, 90, who runs the advocacy group, Love The Neighbor, Local 10 News reported.

The three served less than a handful of the 300 meals they prepared before the police run in, according to the Sentinel.

They each now face 60 days in jail and $500 fines.

“These are the poorest of the poor, they have nothing, they don’t have a roof over their heads,” Abbott, who plans on suing the city, told Local 10 News. “How do you turn them away?”



Dozen Arrested For Feeding Homeless In Orlando
http://www.govtslaves.info/dozen-arrested-for-feeding-homeless-in-orlando/
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Members of the organization Food Not Bombs were in good spirits as they passed out corn on the cob, rice, beans and other vegetarian dishes to the homeless and hungry in an Orlando park. This cheer was interrupted when police officers on bicycles arrived and arrested five of the volunteers.

This is not the first time this scene has played out for members of Food Not Bombs.

Since June 1, a dozen members of the group have been arrested for violating a new Orlando city ordinance that prohibits sharing food with large groups in downtown parks more than twice a year.

The mayor of Orlando even branded them “food terrorists.”

Economics of Religion
http://www.ncregister.com/site/article/economics-of-religion
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It would be difficult to convince the staff of a Catholic soup kitchen feeding the homeless that they are actually helping the U.S. economy, but that is exactly what an academic journal reports in its study on the economic impact of America’s churches. The Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion found that religious communities contribute $1.2 trillion each year to the American economy.

These contributions range from the traditional economic drivers of any business to charitable giving, caring for the sick and poor, education and other kinds of services. That is more than the annual revenues of the top 10 tech companies, including Apple, Amazon and Google, combined. And if the $1.2 trillion is viewed in terms of the Gross Domestic Product, religion in the U.S. would be ranked as the 15th-largest national economy in the world.

The study looked at the 344,894 congregations in the country, from 236 religious denominations (217 are Christian, and the rest include everything from Shinto to Zoroastrianism). What it discovered was that believers are not only contributing massively to the economy, but they are incredibly generous, too. Despite declining religious affiliation in the U.S. population, religious communities have actually tripled the amount of money spent on social programs in the last 15 years, donating $9 billion to the cause.

At a time when the relevance of faith is being questioned by media elites and the government, and when believers — Christians, above all — are being ridiculed and pushed out of the public square, there is now tangible evidence of the practical value that the mere presence of faith offers to America. Believers are a vital and vibrant part of the economic and social life of the United States, as vital and vibrant as at any time in American history.

If people in America understood that common law trumps civil law in America, they would take the police to court as people rather than as police. Man to man their "law" isn't any greater than yours. And if they have injured you, even by wasting your time in an arrest, as long as you have injured nobody, there is no case against you. But you have a claim against them for wasting your time or whatever other injury they have done to you.

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http://www.broadmind.org/ = Karl's main page.

http://www.unkommonlaw.co.uk/ = Karl's United Kingdom page.

http://www.youtube.com/user/765736/videos?view=0&live_view=500&flow=grid&sort=da = Craig Lynch's snippets page.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOkAHRzuiOA&list=PLHrkQxgz0mg6kUBciD-HIvTXByqjcIZ-D = Ten great Youtube videos, might be the best introduction to Karl.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iua56K4Mysk = Karl Lentz - The Brian Bonar Incident - YouTube.

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It seems that the police and government are not letting the tide turn back. They are trying to keep the homeless homeless.

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October 22, 2016, 06:54:05 AM
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I find higher IQ people to be better well adjusted, and healthier. They have a better understanding of nutrition, while lower IQ people are more prone to go by what feels good. I can see how higher IQ people will have members that have problems like depression and all, since they are less likely to be in la la land, and mindlessly find pleasure in fantasies. But the OP takes it to mean that all higher IQ people suffer from such things.

Higher IQ people tend to be more well-adjusted in society because they are more deeply indoctrinated, they typically do not perform as well outside of their element.
Because knowledge is not perfect/comprehensive, the 'edge' they hold over lower IQ people is true only within the human world. In a bigger picture, there is no difference between higher and lower IQ people because they are both flawed.
However, the modern world is a design/vision of intelligence first and foremost, it is only natural that higher IQ people are celebrated in society.
It's just a shame that lower IQ people are not recognized for their actual worth and contribution to human progress. Having easier access to "la la land" means that their minds are more flexible, more accommodating of new ideas, this complements the rigidness of sharp traditional intelligence.
Human intelligence is a lot more vulnerable/fragile than people think and this is because knowledge has yet to encompass everything.
For intelligent people, not being able to figure out the why's and how's can be downright scary. Not so much for less intelligent people, they help take some of the edge off the unknown. The less intelligent is somewhat of a muse to the intelligent.

Higher IQ people are more creative and open minded than low IQ people, and have more common sense. Not saying that it makes them more special, just that it is what it is.
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October 22, 2016, 09:00:59 AM
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The police dogs that feeds the state at any time and throwing them at people. It's not right for me for my money imprisoned.
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October 22, 2016, 09:30:27 AM
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I find higher IQ people to be better well adjusted, and healthier. They have a better understanding of nutrition, while lower IQ people are more prone to go by what feels good. I can see how higher IQ people will have members that have problems like depression and all, since they are less likely to be in la la land, and mindlessly find pleasure in fantasies. But the OP takes it to mean that all higher IQ people suffer from such things.

Higher IQ people tend to be more well-adjusted in society because they are more deeply indoctrinated, they typically do not perform as well outside of their element.
Because knowledge is not perfect/comprehensive, the 'edge' they hold over lower IQ people is true only within the human world. In a bigger picture, there is no difference between higher and lower IQ people because they are both flawed.
However, the modern world is a design/vision of intelligence first and foremost, it is only natural that higher IQ people are celebrated in society.
It's just a shame that lower IQ people are not recognized for their actual worth and contribution to human progress. Having easier access to "la la land" means that their minds are more flexible, more accommodating of new ideas, this complements the rigidness of sharp traditional intelligence.
Human intelligence is a lot more vulnerable/fragile than people think and this is because knowledge has yet to encompass everything.
For intelligent people, not being able to figure out the why's and how's can be downright scary. Not so much for less intelligent people, they help take some of the edge off the unknown. The less intelligent is somewhat of a muse to the intelligent.

Higher IQ people are more creative and open minded than low IQ people, and have more common sense. Not saying that it makes them more special, just that it is what it is.

This is why it is easier for higher IQ people to be more easily and deeply deceived by those high IQ people who are deceptive.

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October 22, 2016, 09:38:52 AM
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The police dogs that feeds the state at any time and throwing them at people. It's not right for me for my money imprisoned.

The idea that all people are created equal also stems from the thinking that went into the American Declaration of Independence. It was placed into the United States founding documents. It can be exercised by all people who use the Preamble to the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights - the Constitution being basically for the set-up and operation of Government.

You want out of income taxes? Go here https://www.youtube.com/user/765736 and listen to all the videos/audios that have IRS in their title. When you find out how to fill out your Form W-4, then fill out your 1040 the same way. Then listen to all of the rest of the videos/audios to find out how to easily beat the IRS in court.

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