Monday, July 7, 2014

Heroic News: “Boy's charity lemonade stand has funded more than 300 wheelchairs” plus 3 more

After Zack's school held a fundraiser challenging each class to raise $86 to buy a wheelchair for people with disabilities who couldn't afford one, he was inspired to create his own charity initiative, Deseret News reported.
According to the National Organization for Women, the Little Sisters of the Poor are one of the “Dirty 100? — plaintiffs who have filed for an exception to Obamacare’s contraception mandate.
"There’s a picture online of a couple of homosexual fellas who used modern medical technology to get themselves a baby, and there’s an internet buzz about the story."
The future of female "contraception" (i.e. early abortions), diabetes and practically any condition that requires timed injections is a no-nonsense, automated injection system embedded in a tiny WiFi microchip no bigger or thicker than a MicroSD card.