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All Texans to be tracked like dogs under ominous Big Brother vaccine database legislation - TAKE ACTION NOW TO OPPOSE

Monday, March 02, 2015
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger
Natural News

(NaturalNews) The National Vaccine Information Center has issued an alert for Texans to help stop forced vaccination and government coercion in their home state. 983 more words

Illuminati/Terrorism/Corruption

Frank Underwood and the Art of Coercion

By now, many of you have started watching House of Cards on Netflix in which Kevin Spacey plays President Frank Underwood, who used to be Vice President Underwood, who used to be Congressman Underwood, who got to be where he is by making Robespierre look like Mother Teresa. 743 more words

The Government as Charity

The government is not a charity and it should not be treated as such. The Left has a tendency to use the government as a means of doing charitable works. 284 more words

Politics

a trojan horse. (morality and sex work part three)

This is the third (and final?) post in my Morality and Sex Work mini-series.

The inspiration for the title comes from the famous story in Greek mythology about “cunning Odysseus” (his epithet in the ancient Greek is  1,557 more words

Choice

Manipulated by Christian Grey (by Me, a Fifty Shades Avoider)

Ruth Perry over at The Beautiful Kingdom Warriors posted a huge list of links about the response to Fifty—oh, never mind, you know what book it is. 1,263 more words

Relationships

sandyfaithking reblogged this on multicolouredsmartypants and commented:

AMEN. Shout it from the rooftops! That is just how my first relationship (which led to my first marriage) started out, when he began pursuing me. He overwhelmed me in such a short space of time and because 'he was vulnerable' I didn't know how to say no... plus I'd not properly recovered from the sexual abuse of my childhood nor had a boyfriend before. He must have thought he was the spider that trapped the fly when he met me. In my EMDR session today I was recalling all those seemingly small, seemingly non-abusive moments right at the beginning of the 'relationship'. Coercion, manipulation: subtle forms of evil but nevertheless evil. But hallelujah for therapy and hallelujah for a wonderful, kind, patient husband. 'The Lord is my shepherd; I have everything I need.'