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Our current mental health care system hasn’t progressed since the asylum days as much as we’d like to think. Physical straitjackets replaced by chemical ones. We are living in a society where 50 million people are on a psychiatric drug. Not only is that statistic alarming, but America is only about 5% of the entire

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The state Catholic Conference has turned to some of Albany’s most well-connected and influential lobby firms to help block a bill that would make it easier for child sex abuse victims to seek justice. The Catholic Conference, headed by Timothy Cardinal Dolan, has used Wilson Elser Moskowitz Edelman & Dicker, Patricia Lynch & Associates, Hank

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Many Americans still hold to a national pride that believes the United States is, or at least was, the greatest country in the world. It’s beaten into our consciousness at an early age.  We are constantly being told how lucky we are to live in a free country.  In elementary school all the history lessons

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A common denominator in many of the cases of medical kidnapping cases all across America is the presence of a Child Abuse Specialist doctor. There are one too many stories where a parent takes a child to a hospital for one reason or another, only to find themselves accused of child abuse by a Child Abuse

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A Maryland couple followed the advice of their doctors, and now their baby has been taken away from them by Child Protective Services. First-time parents, Jennifer Guskin and Scott McFalls, were concerned about their baby’s weight, but none of the three pediatricians they consulted noticed that baby Iris had a tongue and lip tie. By the time

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Every once in a while the tightly controlled corporate news media outlets do slip out the truth.  It’s not always given much attention.  Sometimes it’s just online and they don’t report it on the nightly news, but they do slip out some truths from time to time.  I think it’s to throw us a bone

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