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Deanna Spingola talks to her guests Wolfgang Halbig, Jim Fetzer and Dave Gahary, as they discuss their day in Newtown, Connecticut.
Update (by Deanna): Unfortunately, Dr. Fetzer and Mr. Halbig were unavailable for the program. They decided to join Jeff Rense later in the evening after taking a much-needed rest from their day's activities. Apparently, Halbig was unable to obtain the answers to his 16 questions from anyone in Newtown after spending all of the time and money (from donations) to go there. One may see the answers to those questions by visiting Wade's page, which he posted on March 23, 2014. Halbig did not ask the school board the only question that they, having the proper jurisdiction over, could have answered—had the school been in operation during the last five years? Some people claim that it was not. It is uncertain exactly what Halbig and Fetzer actually accomplished but their visit certainly became the focus of a lot of media attention. An NBC correspondent was at the school board meeting, InfoWars had a representative there and the local newspapers covered Halbig's viist.
Conservative Primetime- "I was going back to my classroom," the boy said. "Then I heard something like a person was kicking on a door. Then I turned around and I saw smoke. ... Then a teacher pulled me into her room." Asked what his reaction was amid the chaos, the boy said simply, "Whoa." "You can never be prepared for this kind of incident," an emotional Gov. Dan Malloy said, his voice shaking as he recounted the assault on "a number of our citizens, beautiful children, as well as the adults whose responsibility is to educate those children." Newtown police Lt. George Sinko called the shootings "definitely the worst thing we have experienced in this town," telling reporters it took officers just minutes after they arrived to recognize "what a horrific scene we had there." Join The Discussion@424-222-5255
20 kindergartners killed. 6 Adults and the shhoter himself. Was this in a warzone? No, this was Newtown Connecticut one Friday morning three weeks before Christmas.
Where do we go from here? Violence in America, specifically gun violence has overtaken our nation. We must end the violence.Now>
While the nation stops to remember the lives of the 20 children and six adults gunned down a year ago at Sandy Hook Elementary School, please join me on this very special episode of Own Your Life as I discuss the lessons learned from the past year following the shooting. I will discuss the affects of the tragedy and the toll it takes on the mind and the soul. I will explore the changes made and the changes that need to be made in mental health and how it applies to these situations. I will also discuss how we can safeguard our children from trauma and tragedy. I will also tackle the ideas of gun control and how states have passed laws, but how our own federal government continues with debates. Please keep all of the families affected by this senseless tragedy in your thoughts and prayers.
Last week Michigan became the 24th state in the country to pass Right to Work legislation. The laws were hurried and pushed through state government despite protests from some lawmakers and Michigan’s sizable union population. In this episode we explain the battle and its significance, and its potential effects on union activity.
We also reflect on the horrific incident that occurred in Newtown, CT last week. Yet another in a long line of senseless acts of violence took place at an elementary school in Newtown, CT last week. We offer some commentary on the event and what aspects of these violent incidents the President and Congress should focus on going forward.
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Life can be tragic, and sometimes it appears as though forgiveness and love are not options. Scarlett Lewis chose love, even after the loss of her son Jesse Lewis, one of the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, Connecticut. Tune in as Cloris Kylie interviews Scarlett, a woman on a mission of love.
More about Scarlett:
Scarlett founded The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation. The Foundation collaborates with professional educators to bring lasting meaning to Jesse’s murder by developing school-based educational programs to change our current culture of violence to one of safety, peace and love for everyone in our world. The single guiding principle and the sole purpose and motto of their work is: Teaching Others to Choose Love.
Scarlett recently released Nurturing, Healing, Love, a story of how choosing love is changing her life, and how it could change the world.
Find out more about The Jesse Lewis Choose Love Foundation: www.jesselewischooselove.org
Visit Cloris’s Blog: www.cloriskylie.com
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Please join us for a round-table discussion about the massacre in Newtown, CT. What can be done to keep our schools, churches, businesses safe? Many questions have gone forth, "Where was God? How could this happen? Why did this happen? How to move forward?" Let's talk about it! More importantly, let's PRAY about it!
What's to be done with American gun culture in the wake of the December 14 massacres in Newtown, Connecticut? Will tougher gun laws prevent future massacres, or would a better mental health system do more to prevent it? We'll examine all this and more.
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