Category Archives: real estate

SHARING THE BLISS OF FAMILY LAW IN TENNESSEE

Originally posted on Tennessee Family Law:
JULY 26, 2017 – Connie ReguliI had lunch today with one of my favorite members of the Davidson County Bar who also suffers through juvenile court on a regular basis like I do. We…

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The Wrong Donations – Some Tough Words on Disaster Relief

Originally posted on My Best Laid Plans:
I need to make a statement. I want to say it as kindly and gently as possible, but this message really needs to get out there. It’s important. Please hear me with as…

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Miracle Babies

Originally posted on nancyvalko:
Yesterday, we learned that Baby Charlie Gard is expected to die soon as his heartbroken parents have decided to remove his life support because a US doctor had told them it was now too late to…

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Why is Baby Charlie Gard’s Government-appointed Guardian a Euthanasia Activist? Does It Matter?

Originally posted on nancyvalko:
So now we learn that Baby Charlie Gard’s guardian is a euthanasia activist who is Chairman of Compassion in Dying, an “end-of-life” advocacy group with a sister organization that supports assisted suicide. This should not be a…

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Seven-Month Old Baby Boy and Sister Kidnapped by Tennessee DCS!

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Originally posted on Miller News Service:
Steffen Rivenburg Jr. was born at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville Tennessee on October 15, 2016, with Down Syndrome and heart defects but otherwise was a healthy baby “he was thriving and doing well at home…

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Famous medical-journal editor torpedoes medical journal

Originally posted on Jon Rappoport's Blog:
Famous medical-journal editor torpedoes medical journal by Jon Rappoport May 1, 2017 “There is a system designed to affect every human on the planet, from cradle to grave. For each person, I’m talking…

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Pain and “Choice”

Originally posted on nancyvalko:
It was 1969 and I was fresh out of nursing school when I was assigned to a patient I will call “Jenny” who was thirty two years old and imminently dying of cancer. She was curled…

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