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Former Abortion Clinic Owner Sheds Light on the 'Business of Murder'

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Ms. Carol Everett, was directly involved in the extremely lucrative, abortion industry in Dallas, Texas, from 1977 to 1983. 

As the director of 4 abortion clinics, (and owner of 2), Ms. Everett oversaw the daily operations of each clinic. 

Ms. Everett, (who had an abortion shortly after the Supreme Court decision of Roe v. Wade in 1973), now speaks out in stark opposition to her former career of receiving blood money profits; while overseeing the murder of innocent, unborn babies.

The following exchange is a question and answer interview with Ms. Carol Everett:
Q. What is the governing force behind the abortion industry?
A. Money. It is a very lucrative business. It is the largest unregulated industry in our nation. Most of the clinics are run in chains because it is so profitable.

Q. In what way is the woman deceived?
A. Every woman has two questions, "Is it a baby?" and Does it hurt?" The abortionist must answer "NO." He/she must lie to secure the consent of the wo…

The Facts About Obama's Votes Against 'Born Alive' Bills in Illinois

Posted onAugust 25, 2008 by Jess Henig 

Summary Anti-abortion activists accuse Obama of "supporting infanticide," and the National Right to Life Committee says he’s conducted a "four-year effort to cover up his full role in killing legislation to protect born-alive survivors of abortions." Obama says they’re "lying." At issue is Obama’s opposition to Illinois legislation in 2001, 2002 and 2003 that would have defined any aborted fetus that showed signs of life as a "born alive infant" entitled to legal protection, even if doctors believe it could not survive. Obama opposed the 2001 and 2002 "born alive" bills as backdoor attacks on a woman’s legal right to abortion, but he says he would have been "fully in support" of a similar federal bill that President Bush had signed in 2002, because it contained protections for Roe v. Wade. We find that, as the NRLC said in a recent statement, Obama voted in committee against the 2003 sta…

Community Policing vs Traditional Policing

Author: J.E. Buchanan, III
CEO/Information Architect



Policing in the United States has taken on many different forms and facets in the past 50 years. Although, various modes & models of policing styles continue to be introduced, two main aspects of law enforcement have remained constant, (traditional policing & community oriented- policing). There are so many different facets, trends, and new emerging technologies in the wide world of law enforcement. First, we will outline a brief history of the origins and evolvement of policing. Special attention will be lent to illustrate the effectiveness of the paramilitary style of dress, loyalty, and discipline in relation to the traditional style of policing in America; casting particular illumination on the organizational structure of the traditional police department. In addition, the solid, familial bond of brotherhood and sisterhood that exists within the casing of the traditional style of policing will also be presented and explain…

Black Wall Street : North Americas' First Homeland Holocaust

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Black Wall Street: Tulsa, OK (1921) (Full Version)


The riot occurred in the racially and politically tense atmosphere of post-World War I (WWI) northeastern Oklahoma. The territory, which was declared a state on November 16, 1907, had received many settlers from the South who had been slaveholders before the American Civil War. In the early 20th century, lynchings were not uncommon in Oklahoma, as part of a continuing effort by whites to maintain social dominance. Between the declaration of statehood and the Tulsa race riot 13 years later, 31 persons were lynched in Oklahoma; 26 were black and most were men. During the twenty years following the riot, the number of lynchings statewide fell to 2.

The newly created state legislature had passed racial segregation laws, commonly known as Jim Crow laws, as one of its first orders of business. Its 1907 constitution and laws had voter registration rules that effectively disfranchised most blacks; this also barred them from serving on juries or …

Cyber-Bullying: Old Problem in New-Age Packaging

Author: James E. Buchanan, III
CEO/Information Architect


As the physical, social, economic, political, and intellectual barriers of our planet continue to crumble into utter oblivion, new sets of challenges, pitfalls, and problems envelop the children of the next generation head-on. “Generation Next”, the tech-savvy, super-sharp products of the Baby Boomers’, have been exposed to innovations, technology, and mass information on a super scale. Taking these facts into careful account, we must consider that with more technical inventions, informational resources, and free access to the global village, via the Internet, brings with it an awesome responsibility and hefty social price tag. Hearing the excited and playfully innocent voices of children playing stick-ball in backyards, Frisbee in the state parks, and basketball on sandlots across the nation, quite miserably, is becoming a pre-historic thing that old people used to do a long time ago. With all of our pressing toward the great tec…
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