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Cayman Islands Clifton Hunter High School
- https://caymannewsservice.com/2019/09/school-standards-gap/ - https://cnslibrary.com/governor/
Cayman Islands "Further Education Centre"
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"... hhhhhh ... She initially brought her presentation, “The Math of Sex,” to the students at the Cayman Islands Further Education Centre, where her program office is located, then to John Gray High School. She is hoping to add Clifton Hunter High School to her schedule this year. Her experience, she said, shows the information is badly needed.
"... In venturing into the dialogue I need to state some positions to which I hold from the outset. I am not in support of those positions which argue that it is the sole prerogative of one person or the other, whether mother or doctor, to decide on whether an abortion should be undertaken. I believe that the issue of abortion raises fundamental issues concerning what theologians refer to as “theological anthropology”, that is, the understanding of the human being from a theological perspective. We must have an understanding of the human person and human life, its dignity, its integrity, and its purpose, as a starting point for discussing the issue. What we have tended to do in the face of modern scientific developments and the opening of new frontiers, is to adopt a position of impotence and believe that we have to capitulate to what individual scientists have to say, even when there is disagreement within the scientific community itself on such matters. So we cannot merely dismiss as irrelevant some of the concerns expressed by some about when life begins, the value of the human soul, the right to life, the protection of human life, and the setting of limits concerning the limits of a pregnancy within which an abortion should be permitted.
There is a medical model with which I am familiar, and which is operative in hospital settings, in which there is the “medical round/conference” which, at its best, takes an interdisciplinary approach to the management of the care of patients. In my experience, it brings together the doctors, nurses, nutritionist, social worker, chaplain and, in the case of Psychiatry, even the recreational therapist, who all have an input into the treatment plan for the patient, and where staff members operate as colleagues who respect the contribution of each other since, in the final analysis, they are treating a human persons and not just a thing that has a medical problem. However we choose to resolve the dialogue and to shape our laws, I would like to see something which approximates to this model of treatment in designated treatment centres, should the decision be made to authorize legal abortions.
The second thing that I would want to assert is that we should not be seen to be authorizing anything that looks like abortion as a means of birth control. The problem with the position advanced by many anti-abortionists is that, while being determined to plug the hole in relation to the availability of abortions for those with “unwanted pregnancies”, they are not equally invested and present in educating persons about responsible sexual behavior, neither are they being realistic in recognizing that “responsible sexual behavior” is not just about abstinence, but providing persons with access to contraceptives where they are sexually active by choice or by circumstance. For those who may feel scandalized by this position, I want to make it clear that I have no problem with abstinence as a Christian ideal but, until we get to the state where people live only by the ideal, I will take the pragmatic route and opt for what I consider the lesser of two evils.
The third thing which I would like to assert is that I do not support the position which says that the law should not allow for abortions under any circumstance. This I believe is an untenable position and one that is inhumane in the exercise of a strategy which is supposed to be preserving the humanity of the race. I support the position which some gynaecologists have advanced over the years, that they do not do extraordinary things to save a foetus when there seems to be a spontaneous abortion in evidence, and which may be nature’s way of indicating that something is wrong and the foetus is not developing normally. Beyond that, I believe that while every attempt should be made to save a foetus, the life of the mother is primary and, if a decision has to be made to save one or the other, the mother’s life should come first. Additionally, the reality is that there have been, and currently are, women who are having abortions by persons and methods which not only do irreparable damage to their bodies and psyche, but there are also women who lose their life from infections and complications from these back door procedures.
Over the years I have come to a position which supports limited availability of abortions because of my experience working with real persons and not just philosophical concepts or political platforms. I recall working with a patient in a psychiatric hospital whose working life came to a premature end as she experienced a major emotional collapse. Not only was she hospitalized for an extended period of time but she even burnt her house to ground. The long and short of the story is that she was raped as a teenager and, for one reason or another, was forced to carry the pregnancy full term. Caught between all of the shame, guilt, and other emotions associated with the experience, and at the same time trying to love this child that was not responsible for the circumstances of his birth, she was only able to hold herself together for a number of years and then the collapse came. I am not prepared to set myself up, as a man, and declare that every woman who finds herself in such a situation must go the road of motherhood, and create the kind of nurturing conditions for the child which we are told begin with maternal contentment while the foetus is still in the womb. Neither am I prepared to say that the many girls who have barely entered into their menstrual cycle, and who have been impregnated by their fathers or stepfathers, must be forced to carry a child full term which, their poor little bodies hardly out of childhood, can barely deliver and nurture.
Having said all this, however, I want us to understand that we cannot take the position that suggests that abortions are to be taken lightly as a private decision that a woman makes in the way she chooses what wardrobe to wear to work for the day. The matter is far more profound and affects the woman at much greater levels. I recall several years ago while working in a tertiary institution, a female student who was then working on her master’s degree came to see me as she was unable to continue to be focused on her studies and was experiencing herself in a process of emotional collapse, because she had become pregnant while in high school and her parents had insisted that she have an abortion, and now she was just riddled with crippling feelings of guilt.
I recall also when I was in graduate school in the United States pursuing a course which took us to a medical facility which was authorized to perform therapeutic abortions. The medical director in his presentation to us pointed out that, although they had extensive counseling for all their patients, they still had patients who insisted that the foetus should be baptized after being aborted. This was indicative of the depth of struggle involved for women who face the decision as to whether to proceed with an abortion. The director indicated that the staff would always comply with the request. One thing he stated most emphatically is the fact that when the patient asked to be told the sex of the foetus, the staff would not comply as it may generate a deep sense of guilt in the future for the patient about the son or daughter which they had aborted.
It should be apparent that this issue of abortions is not just a debate which seeks to determine who are the winners or losers, the right ones and wrong ones. It is rather about a dialogue which should take seriously the issues being advanced from various sides and then arrive at a legal position which reflects a responsible handling of the matter, and no single individual, institution or entity should be allowed to railroad the process and impose its position.
Prepared by Bishop Howard Gregory. ..."
"... On Saturday, reporting by Tia Mitchell and Chris Joyner of the Atlanta-Journal Constitution called attention to the OANN interview and the tweets by the U.S. senator, as well as the troubling background of her interviewer, Jack Posobiec. The AJC article notes that Posobiec has been monitored by the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Anti-Defamation League for past comments that have been deemed as hateful and racist by the two organizations. Despite these characterizations, Posobiec has been retweeted by President Trump and his supporters on numerous occasions, and had even been granted a White House press credential while holding a past reporting role for a conservative Canadian media outlet. ..."
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVRjm5AuV-U&feature=youtu.be < Sen. Kelly Loeffler on WNBA protests, federal deployment
:: OAN < https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One_America_News_Network
"... Conspiracy theorist reporter Jack Posobiec
Since 2018, far-right conspiracy theorist Jack Posobiec has been employed by OANN as a political correspondent. Posobiec was a prominent proponent of the Pizzagate conspiracy theory and of the murder of Seth Rich conspiracy theory. In 2020, during the George Floyd protests in Buffalo, New York, Posobiec falsely reported and promoted another unsubstantiated conspiracy theory regarding pipe bombs. ..."
"... Speaking for the first time as a senator-designate, Loeffler made clear her conservative bona fides.
“I’m not a career politician, or even someone who’s run for office. I’ve spent the last 25 years building businesses, taking risks, and creating jobs. I haven’t spent my life trying to get to Washington,” Loeffler said. “I’m a life-long conservative, pro-Second Amendment, pro-Trump, pro-military, and pro-wall,” she went on, which earned applause from the crowd gathered around her.
“I make no apologies for my conservative values, and I look forward to supporting President Trump’s conservative judges,” she said, adding that she is “strongly pro-life” and voiced explicit support for South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham’s 20-week abortion ban.
“The abortion on demand agenda is immoral,” Loeffler also said, adding, “when it comes to protecting innocent life, I look to God because every life is a blessing.”
Loeffler is mostly known for being the co-owner of Georgia’s WNBA team, the Atlanta Dream. She also serves as the chief executive of Bakkt, a subsidiary of the Georgia-based Intercontinental Exchange Inc. Loeffler is married to the Intercontinental Exchange’s founder and CEO, Jeff Sprecher, and together, the couple has made considerable donations to the Republican National Committee in recent time. ..."
"Chester Doles" American Patriots USA
"white" "supremacist" "Loeffler"
"... "ALERT: Kelly Loeffler just posed for a photo with Chester Doles, a former KKK leader who runs the white supremacist American Patriots USA," @jewishaction tweeted. "In 1993, Doles nearly beat a Black man to death. In 2017, he marched in Charlottesville. This is who @KLoeffler is proudly appealing to."
...ALERT: Kelly Loeffler just posed for a photo with Chester Doles, a former KKK leader who runs the white supremacist American Patriots USA.
https://www.wsbtv.com/news/politics/loeffler-condemns-photo-taken-with-known-white-supremacist-rally/ZRQ2HO5ACBA2HGYM7O4KEJHTLU/ < photo
In 1993, Doles nearly beat a Black man to death.
In 2017, he marched in Charlottesville.
This is who @KLoeffler is proudly appealing to. pic.twitter.com/4YZcvL05rf
— Bend the Arc: Jewish Action (@jewishaction)
December 13, 2020
Georgia lawmakers strongly back bill that would remove Confederate names from bases "LOEFFLER"
"... Both Georgia Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue voted to pass the Senate’s version of the 2021 NDAA, but Loeffler has come out against the language. (Perdue, a SASC member, hasn’t taken a public position, and the SASC language passed without a roll call.)
“I have been clear from the beginning that we do NOT need to rename our bases and I will work with [Trump] to remove this provision once and for all,” Loeffler said in a July 21 tweet.
Despite increased partisan infighting in recent years, the defense authorization bill has passed out of Congress for 59 consecutive years. ..."
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“Happy to own us as long as we stay quiet and perform” >
"Human Coalition" "ADOPTION" "Kelly Loeffler"
Lakisha Wilson > https://www.cleveland.com/metro/2014/04/pro-life_group_accuses_clevela.html
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"Kelly Loeffler" "PREGNANCY" "CHILDREN"
Legislator > Kelly Loeffler
US Senator - Kelly Loeffler - (R) - United States - Georgia US Senate APPOINTED 01/06/2020 In Office
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S.3437 - Improving Care in Rural America Reauthorization Act of 2020
S.311 - Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act RELATED > S. 130
https://www.heritage.org/sites/default/files/2020-02/BG3471.pdf :: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Heritage_Foundation
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"... Obria Medical Clinics ..." https://www.obria.org/locations/lawrenceville-ga/ ...
"oppose the Black Lives Matter political movement, which has" "LOEFFLER"
Bill Bill Name Summary Session
S109 A bill to prohibit taxpayer funded abortions. No Taxpayer Funding for Abortion and Abortion Insurance Full Disclosure Act of 2019 This bill modifies provisions relating to federal funding for, and health insurance coverage of, abortions. Specifically, the bill prohibits the use of federal funds for abortions or for health coverage that includes abortions. Such restrictions extend to the use of funds in the budget of the District of Columbia. Additionally, abortions may not be provided in a federal health care facility or by a federal employee. Historically, language has been included in annual appropriations bills for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) that prohibits the use of federal funds for abortions—such language is commonly referred to as the Hyde Amendment. Similar language is also frequently included in appropriations bills for other federal agencies and the District of Columbia. The bill makes these restrictions permanent and extends the restrictions to all federal funds (rather than specific agencies). The bill's restrictions regarding the use of federal funds do not apply in cases of rape, incest, or where a physical disorder, injury, or illness endangers a woman's life unless an abortion is performed. The Hyde Amendment provides the same exceptions. The bill also prohibits qualified health plans from including coverage for abortions. Currently, qualified health plans may cover abortion, but the portion of the premium attributable to abortion coverage is not eligible for subsidies. 116th Congress
S130 A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit a health care practitioner from failing to exercise the proper degree of care in the case of a child who survives an abortion or attempted abortion. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to prohibit a health care practitioner from failing to exercise the proper degree of care in the case of a child who survives an abortion or attempted abortion. This bill establishes requirements for the degree of care a health care practitioner must exercise in the event a child is born alive following an abortion or attempted abortion. A health care practitioner who is present must (1) exercise the same degree of care as reasonably provided to another child born alive at the same gestational age, and (2) immediately admit the child to a hospital. The bill also requires a health care practitioner or other employee to immediately report any failure to comply with this requirement to law enforcement. A person who violates the requirements is subject to criminal penalties—a fine, up to five years in prison, or both. Additionally, an individual who intentionally kills or attempts to kill a child born alive is subject to prosecution for murder. The bill bars the criminal prosecution of a mother of a child born alive for conspiracy to violate these provisions, for being an accessory after the fact, or for concealment of felony. A woman who undergoes an abortion or attempted abortion may file a civil action for damages against an individual who violates this bill. 116th Congress
S159 A bill to implement equal protection under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States for the right to life of each born and preborn human person. A bill to implement equal protection under the 14th Amendment to the Constitution of the United States for the right to life of each born and preborn human person. This bill declares that the right to life guaranteed by the Constitution is vested in each human being at all stages of life, including the moment of fertilization, cloning, or other moment at which an individual comes into being. Nothing in this bill shall be construed to require the prosecution of any woman for the death of her unborn child, a prohibition on in vitro fertilization, or a prohibition on use of birth control or another means of preventing fertilization. 116th Congress
S160 A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to protect pain-capable unborn children, and for other purposes. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to protect pain-capable unborn children, and for other purposes. This bill establishes a new criminal offense for performing or attempting to perform an abortion if the probable post-fertilization age of the fetus is 20 weeks or more. A violator is subject to criminal penalties—a fine, a prison term of up to five years, or both. The bill provides exceptions for an abortion (1) that is necessary to save the life of the pregnant woman, or (2) when the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest. A physician who performs or attempts to perform an abortion under an exception must comply with specified requirements. A woman who undergoes a prohibited abortion may not be prosecuted for violating or conspiring to violate the provisions of this bill. 116th Congress
S182 A bill to prohibit discrimination against the unborn on the basis of sex, and for other purposes. A bill to prohibit discrimination against the unborn on the basis of sex, and for other purposes. This bill creates new federal crimes related to the performance of sex-selection abortions (i.e., abortions based on the sex or gender of an unborn child). It subjects a violator to criminal penalties—a fine, a prison term of up to five years, or both. It also authorizes civil remedies, including damages and injunctive relief. A woman who undergoes a sex-selection abortion may not be prosecuted or held civilly liable. 116th Congress
S183 A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to prohibit governmental discrimination against providers of health services that are not involved in abortion. A bill to amend the Public Health Service Act to prohibit governmental discrimination against providers of health services that are not involved in abortion. This bill provides statutory authority for certain restrictions prohibiting discrimination against health care providers that refuse to perform abortions. Specifically, the bill prohibits the federal government, as well as state and local governments that receive federal financial assistance for health-related activities, from penalizing or discriminating against a health care provider based on the provider's refusal to be involved in, or provide coverage for, abortions. Currently, similar provider nondiscrimination requirements apply to certain employment or personnel decisions (the Church Amendments), abortion services training (the Coats-Snowe Amendment), and qualified health plans offered through health insurance exchanges. Annual appropriations bills for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and other federal agencies have also included similar language (the Weldon Amendment). The HHS Office for Civil Rights, in coordination with the Department of Justice (DOJ), must investigate complaints alleging discrimination based on an individual's religious belief, moral conviction, or refusal to be involved in an abortion. DOJ or any entity adversely affected by such discrimination may obtain equitable or legal relief in a civil action. Administrative remedies do not need to be sought or exhausted prior to commencing an action or granting relief. Such an action may be brought against a governmental entity and may include money damages against such entity. 116th Congress
S2585 A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security Act and Public Health Service Act to improve the reporting of abortion data to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and for other purposes. A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security Act and Public Health Service Act to improve the reporting of abortion data to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and for other purposes. This bill requires states, as a condition of federal payment under Medicaid for family planning services, to report certain abortion data to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (Currently, reporting is voluntary.) The CDC must develop standardized questions for states with respect to specified variables (e.g., maternal demographics and methods of abortion). 116th Congress
S2590 A bill to protect the dignity of fetal remains, and for other purposes. Dignity for Aborted Children Act 116th Congress
S3072 A bill to amend the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act to prohibit the approval of new abortion drugs, to prohibit investigational use exemptions for abortion drugs, and to impose additional regulatory requirements with respect to previously approved abortion drugs, and for other purposes. SAVE Moms and Babies Act of 2019 Support And Value Expectant Moms and Babies Act of 2019 116th Congress
S3259 A bill to restrict the availability of Federal funds to organizations associated with the abortion industry. A bill to restrict the availability of Federal funds to organizations associated with the abortion industry. This bill prohibits the use of federal funds for purposes outside the United States related to abortion. Specifically, the bill prohibits funding to certain foreign or domestic organizations that perform or promote abortions, furnish or develop items intended to procure abortions, or provide financial support for an entity that conducts such activities. Current U.S. policy prohibits the provision of federal funds to a foreign nongovernmental organization unless it agrees to not perform or actively promote abortions. 116th Congress
S3275 A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to protect pain-capable unborn children, and for other purposes. A bill to amend title 18, United States Code, to protect pain-capable unborn children, and for other purposes. This bill establishes a new criminal offense for performing or attempting to perform an abortion if the probable post-fertilization age of the fetus is 20 weeks or more. A violator is subject to criminal penalties—a fine, a prison term of up to five years, or both. The bill provides exceptions for an abortion (1) that is necessary to save the life of the pregnant woman, or (2) when the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest. A physician who performs or attempts to perform an abortion under an exception must comply with specified requirements. A woman who undergoes a prohibited abortion may not be prosecuted for violating or conspiring to violate the provisions of this bill. 116th Congress
S3388 A bill to ensure that women seeking an abortion are informed of the medical risks associated with the abortion procedure and the major developmental characteristics of the unborn child, before giving their informed consent to receive an abortion. Woman's Right To Know Act 116th Congress
S3686 A bill to provide for parental notification and intervention in the case of an unemancipated minor seeking an abortion. A bill to provide for parental notification and intervention in the case of an unemancipated minor seeking an abortion. This bill prohibits a person or organization from performing, facilitating, or assisting in the performance of an abortion on an unemancipated minor under age 18 without first complying with parental notification requirements, subject to exceptions and limitations. It establishes penalties—a fine, up to one year in prison, or both—for each willful violation. A parent who is required to be notified of an abortion of an unemancipated minor may bring an action in federal district court to prohibit the abortion. 116th Congress
S3709 A bill to increase the eligibility of nonprofit organizations for loans under the Paycheck Protection Program, and for other purposes. A bill to increase the eligibility of nonprofit organizations for loans under the Paycheck Protection Program, and for other purposes. This bill modifies the Paycheck Protection Program, established to support small businesses in response to COVID-19 (i.e., coronavirus disease 2019). Specifically, the bill expands the program to encompass any nonprofit organization regardless of size, and it strikes the affiliation requirements applicable to nonprofit organizations and veterans organizations. The bill also makes any entity that provides abortions ineligible to receive a paycheck protection loan. An exception is allowed for abortions performed at hospitals or if the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest or endangers the life of the mother. 116th Congress
S4649 A bill to provide that for purposes of determining compliance with title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 in athletics, sex shall be recognized based solely on a person's reproductive biology and genetics at birth. A bill to provide that for purposes of determining compliance with title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 in athletics, sex shall be recognized based solely on a person's reproductive biology and genetics at birth. This bill makes it a violation of federal law for a recipient of federal funds who operates, sponsors, or facilitates athletic programs or activities to permit a person whose sex is male to participate in an athletic program or activity that is designated for women or girls. The bill specifies that sex shall be recognized based solely on a person's reproductive biology and genetics at birth. 116th Congress
S4658 A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security Act to allow for greater State flexibility with respect to excluding providers who are involved in abortions. A bill to amend title XIX of the Social Security Act to allow for greater State flexibility with respect to excluding providers who are involved in abortions. This bill allows a state to exclude from participation in the state's Medicaid program a provider that performs an abortion, unless (1) the pregnancy is the result of rape or incest, or (2) the woman suffers from a physical issue that would place her in danger of death unless an abortion is performed. (Under current law, a state plan for medical assistance must provide that any individual eligible for medical assistance may obtain required services from any provider qualified to perform them.) 116th Congress
S4799 A bill to require the imposition of sanctions with respect to forced abortions by the Government of the People's Republic of China. A bill to require the imposition of sanctions with respect to forced abortions by the Government of the People's Republic of China. This bill imposes sanctions on individuals and entities responsible for carrying out coercive policies to limit births in China's Xinjiang province. Specifically, the Department of State shall annually report to Congress the identities of any Chinese government official or agency or any member of the Chinese Communist Party that knowingly orders, controls, or routinely carries out such coercive policies in Xinjiang, such as requiring involuntary abortions or mandatory contraception use. The State Department shall also publish a list of the named entities and individuals on its website in English and Mandarin Chinese. The President shall impose property-blocking sanctions on the individuals and entities named in the report, as well as visa-blocking sanctions on the named individuals. An individual or entity that violates, attempts to violate, or conspires to violate the sanctions provided under this bill may be subject to civil and criminal penalties. 116th Congress
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