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A judge on Friday ordered that a serial rapist be released to live in a Los Angeles County community in spite of a host of vocal protests.

Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Gilbert Brown issued a brief order saying that Christopher Evans Hubbart, 63, must be released by July 7, Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey said in a statement. With several severe restrictions that include 24-hour GPS monitoring, Hubbart will be allowed to rent a small house in a remote area in Lake Los Angeles, near the city of Palmdale.

Fox News

May 23, 2014

by George Neumayr

Meet abortion provider Merle Hoffman, who has her own way of marking the Roe v. Wade anniversary.

In 2004, Planned Parenthood began selling T-shirts emblazoned with the declaration, "I Had An Abortion." This was part of its campaign to "demystify and destigmatize" the practice. Prominent abortion advocates felt at the time that their movement had grown too timid.

The American Spectator

January 19, 2012

Robert Wiedemer's new book, "Aftershock: Protect Yourself and Profit in the Next Global Financial Meltdown," quickly is becoming the survival guide for the 21st century.

With daily economic forecasts projecting doom and gloom and no recovery in sight, people need to learn how to survive economic disaster. During the past quarter alone, unemployment skyrocketed to 9 percent. Inflation continues to soar and the U.S. national debt crisis is still on the fence between raising the debt ceiling or massive budget cuts, with no resolution in sight.

newsmax.com

July 25, 2011

An FBI raid over the weekend that rescued 105 children from sex trafficking is shining new light on an at-risk group: foster kids.

People all over the country and right here in the Ozarks cringed when they heard the news-- more than 100 children in sex trafficking rescued over the weekend by federal agents. For some this was even more sickening-- 60% of sexually exploited children come right out of social services and foster homes. Foster parents all over the Ozarks are well aware this happens... and working tirelessly to make sure it doesn't happen to their kids.

kspr.com

August 1, 2013

by April MacIntyre

The balloon, owned by Richard Heene, took off from the family yard near Fort Collins, Colorado, USA and floated away.

Now the law and specifically child protective services are sniffing around the Colorado family's home getting to the bottom of what actually went down yesterday.

Smallscreen News

October 16, 2009

by Pat Beall

Outraged critics are calling it the Barahona Relief Act: Twin bills winding through Tallahassee that would cap damages in lawsuits brought against private groups overseeing the care of foster children, regardless of negligence.

The proposals also would shield the Florida Department of Children and Families from lawsuits filed against private companies hired by the state to place foster children in homes. Our Kids received government grants worth $100 million in 2009. The non-profit has not been turned down for insurance, she said, but premiums have risen by 64 percent to $191,663 since 2009.

palmbeachpost.com

March 3, 2011

by Michael Chen

A family's nightmare leads to a scathing court decision aimed at the County of San Diego, a decision that could impact anyone who is a parent.

Team 10 first broke the story in 2011 when a local couple was left reeling after their young children were taken by Child Welfare Services. In April 2011, 1-year-old Riley and her 3-year-old brother Dale were enrolled in a home daycare in Linda Vista. Within weeks, their mother, Joanna Swartwood, noticed Riley was coming home with bruises on her cheek while Dale would cry when headed to daycare.

10news.com

October 2, 2014

Claims two girls sexually assaulted halt judges' sentencing kids there

Two southeast Ohio judges said they will not sentence troubled youths to a military-style boot camp until an investigation is completed into allegations that a worker sexually assaulted two girls.

The Cincinnati Enquirer (OH)

July 16, 2011

by Jeanne Lenzer

Bush established the New Freedom Commission on Mental Health in April 2002 to conduct a "comprehensive study of the United States mental health service delivery system."

The president's commission found that "despite their prevalence, mental disorders often go undiagnosed" and recommended comprehensive mental health screening for "consumers of all ages," including preschool children. According to the commission, "Each year, young children are expelled from preschools and childcare facilities for severely disruptive behaviours and emotional disorders." Schools, are in a "key position" to screen the 52 million students and 6 million adults who work at the schools.

BMJ Publishing Group

July 16, 2011

by John E. Sununu

Once upon a time, all you needed to be an organic farmer in America was a pair of Birkenstocks and a commitment to keep your products chemical-free. Those idealistic days of the 1990s are long gone.

Today, organic farming is a $30 billion industry dominated by Big Agriculture, backed up by Uncle Sam and a federal rulebook that gets longer every day. Today, the National Organic Standards Board keeps a list of 250 nonorganic food additives that can be used under the "certified organic" label. That's three times the number listed just 10 years ago. As the Soviets proved time and again, a good central committee can kill just about anything. Only a few farmers saw this coming.

mercedsunstar.com

July 14, 2012

      

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