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Admiral William McRaven on How to Change the World

Very inspiring commencement speech. Read more at :

In his commencement address to the University of Texas at Austin’s class of 2014, McRaven himself shared 10 lessons he learned from SEAL training that are crucial for those who want to change the world:

1. Make your bed properly, because if you can’t do the little things right, you will never do the big things right.
2. Find someone to help you paddle.
3. Measure by the size of the heart, not the size of the flippers.
4. Get over being a sugar cookie, and keep moving forward.
5. Don’t be afraid of the circuses.
6. Sometimes you have to slide headfirst.
7. Don’t back down from the sharks.
8. You must be your very best in the darkest moments.
9. When you are up to your neck in cold mud, start singing.
10. Don’t ever, ever ring the bell.

Watch his speech for explanations:

Ted Cruz: Senate Dems, Led By Schumer, Want to ‘Repeal the First Amendment’ This Year

Don't think the 2nd Amendment is the only one under attack. :

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) told attendees at a Family Research Council pastors retreat that Democrats wanted to limit free speech through amending the Constitution.
“When you think it can’t get any worse, it does,” Cruz said at the FRC’s Watchmen on the Wall 2014 event in Washington, D.C. on Thursday. “This year, I’m sorry to tell you, the United States Senate is going to be voting on a constitutional amendment to repeal the First Amendment.”

Calling these “perilous, perilous times,” Cruz said Senate Democrats have said they are ready to vote on the amendment, Senate Joint Resolution 19 – “an amendment to the Constitution of the United States relating to contributions and expenditures intended to affect elections.”

“Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) has announced the Senate Democrats are scheduling a vote on a constitutional amendment to give Congress the authority to regulate political speech, because elected officials have decided they don’t like it when the citizenry has the temerity to criticize what they’ve done,” he said.

New technology that allows parents to hold a life-size model of their unborn child

Pretty darn cool. Technology has come a long way since my kids were born. It would have been pretty awesome to hold a life-size 3D model of the kids prior to their birth. :

It's a defining moment in a parent's life: Seeing their unborn child's image on an ultrasound for the first time. Now pregnant women could have the chance to hold a life-size model of their unborn baby.

The startling new medical technology is the result of a Royal College of Art design student's PhD.

Your baby at 12 weeks old: A life-size model of a foetus created using imaging from an ultrasound scan
Your baby at 12 weeks old: A life-size model of a foetus created using imaging from an ultrasound scan

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A 32-week-old foetus is modelled from scanned images

Memorial Day 2014

Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13

New York Abortion Bill Allows Shooting Babies Through the Heart With Poison

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A group of pro-abortion Democratic State Senators continued to push today for abortion-expansion, despite polls showing the overwhelming majority of New Yorkers oppose their dangerous agenda. And the bill has grisly consequences.

“How many times do New Yorkers have to reject this radical agenda that would legalize abortion for any reason through all nine months?” asked Lori Kehoe, New York State Right to Life executive director. “New York is already the abortion capital of the United States, with practically no oversight of the industry, but they would rather protect the abortion business than New York women. It’s wrong.”

Throughout the second trimester, late abortions can be completed by dismembering the developed unborn child, even when they can feel pain, pulling the baby out piece by piece until the mother’s uterus is empty. After the abortion, the abortionist must reassemble the child’s body to ensure nothing has been left inside the child’s mother.

Christian Actress Candace Cameron Is "Controversial" for Being Traditional

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Words like “controversial” weren’t used as People magazine recently in a cover story and how her mother assured her that God approves of homosexuality. Instead, People saved that word for evangelical Christian actress Candace Cameron Bure in the May 5 issue.

The headline on the was “Faith, Family, and Full House: The former child star opens up about her controversial beliefs – and how they guide her life as a traditional wife and mother.”

Gomez highlighed how Bure believes in “wifely submission” and drew feminist criticism:

Bure’s beliefs – she’s a devout evangelical Christian – have made her something of a Hollywood outsider...A well-known author in Christian circles, Bure advocates for traditional marriage roles as described in the Bible, in which wives play a “submissive” role to their husbands.

Unborn Child Has Inalienable Right to Life From its Earliest Stages

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In a case about a pregnant woman who used cocaine and endangered her unborn child, the Alabama Supreme Court affirmed (8-1) that the word “child” includes “an unborn child,” and that the law therefore “furthers the State’s interest in protecting the life of children from the earliest stages of their development.”

In his concurring opinion, Alabama Chief Justice Roy S. Moore wrote that “an unborn child has an inalienable right to life from its earliest stages of development,” and added, “I write separately to emphasize that the inalienable right to life is a gift of God that civil government must secure for all persons – born and unborn.”

The court decision on April 18 was in reference to Sarah Janie Hicks v. State of Alabama. Hicks had been charged in 2009 with violating Alabama’s , which in part says that a “person commits the crime of chemical endangerment” by “knowingly, recklessly, or intentionally causes or permits a child to be exposed to, to ingest or inhale, or to have contact with a controlled substance, chemical substance, or drug paraphernalia,” a felony.

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