Thursday, September 12, 2013

Did President Obama sell the American people on attacking Syria?

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The President of the United States took to the public airwaves to convince the American public to back his proposal for “limited” military strikes against the Assad government in Syria. Were you convinced one way or the other by the “evidence” he presented or the lack thereof? The Occupy crew will examine parts of his case for waging war against Syria and give their analysis. Call us and share your thoughts on the President’s speech.

*Breaking News: Syrian analyst cited by Kerry, McCain, fired for Ph.D. lie

Yesterday we promised we would revisit the report about the underground adoption networks being run on the internet where without government oversight, vulnerable children from overseas are passed from one family to another in America, sometimes with disastrous results. A Reuters report says, “By obtaining a power of attorney, the new guardians are able to enroll a child in school or secure government benefits – actions that can effectively mask changes of custody that take place illegally outside the purview of child welfare authorities.”

In local news, Greenville will be experiencing a trial referred to as the first of its kind in the area where a judge ruled last week that a case would move forward involving a child who was born a "true hermaphrodite." When the child who is now 8 yrs-old and identifies as a male, was a 1 yr-old, doctors performed sex reassignment surgery and removed his functioning male genital tissue. The lawsuit says doctors, acting as agents of defendant hospitals, performed the surgery for the purpose of "assigning" the child the female gender despite their own conclusion that the toddler "was a true hermaphrodite but there was no compelling reason that she should either be made male or female.”

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