The one-day arrest, trial and convection of journalist T o m m y R o b i n s o n should horrify us all. I spoke with Faith Goldy about what independent journalists in the West are facing right now as the police turn their backs and judges sentence people to death.
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“I was carried into a cabin, and lay there for eight days, when I had the [baby] born dead. I lay for three weeks after that. The whole of my family got the fever, and one boy thirteen years old, died with want and with hunger while we were lying sick.” Those are the words of Bridget O’Donnel as told to a journalist over 150 years ago during the Irish Famine.
Ireland, like all of the Western world, has endured great hardship. They have struggled as individuals and as people through unbelievable pain, often watching their own beloved children slip through their fingers into death which makes this weekend’s vote in Ireland, to potentially legalize abortion, all the more shocking
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“Heartless,” “unbelievable,” and “livid” are all words people are using to sum up their feelings following the revelation that people are stealing items left at the memorial tree in honor of Alfie Evans, the baby who died in England after his parents fought a very public battle for the right to leave England in order to seek different treatment.
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The Bible warns us that when the people are wicked they will have children and women ruling over them. We have seen that reality born out today especially manifested in the David Hogg and Emma Gonzalez movements which sprang up following the Parkland, Fla shooting.