Everyone needs to have a purpose. It’s innate. God puts this into our hearts from when we were first placed in our mother’s womb. The Lord doesn’t do things randomly or without a purpose. Everything and every human have a purpose. He says that “even the rocks cry out”. Kids go through so many changes and face so many unkind situations that we, as adults, … Continue reading U.S. Youth Suicide Rate Reaches 20-Year High
A top-rated lawyer who has beaten the Food and Drug Administration more times in court than any other attorney is calling on the Trump administration to launch a probe into possible links between commonly-prescribed psychiatric drugs and the epidemic of school shootings. “The financial interests of the psychiatric industry is to feed this drug industry,” said Jonathan Emord in a short documentary video. “And the drug … Continue reading Constitutional Attorney Jonathan Emord Calls for FEDERAL Investigation into Link Between Psych Drugs and School Shootings
Although it seems increasingly unlikely he acted alone, Las Vegas Mandalay Bay massacre shooter Stephen Paddock is now known to have been taking prescription psychiatric medications that have been repeatedly linked to mass shootings. As detailed on PsychDrugShooters.com, over 100 mass shooting events have been carried out by people who are taking psychiatric medications. “Stephen Paddock, who killed at least 58 people and wounded hundreds more in Las Vegas on … Continue reading BREAKING: Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock was taking psychiatric medications that increase killing behavior by 45%
Insanity over the prescribing of Opioids A murder-suicide is being implicated in the ongoing and growing opioid addiction crisis besmirching Indiana. Michael Jarvis shot Dr. Todd Graham after the latter refused to prescribe opioids to the former’s wife to help alleviate her chronic pain. Jarvis later committed suicide. The police are still investigating if drug addiction played a role in the killing and caution the public … Continue reading Big Pharma RAMPAGE: Man murders doctor who refused to prescribe opioids to his wife
In the spirit of the season, I’m writing a few thoughts on anger, as I feel that everyone needs help in this area… some more than others. Some of us can become angry and work through the anger with prayer, rational thoughts and conversations. Others, pile up the anger until they explode. That explosion is always at the wrong person. It’s usually a ‘safe’ person … Continue reading Anger
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