Congresswoman Ann Marie Buerkle (RN.Y.) and Tony Perkins, President of the Family Research Council, discuss the Obama administration’s contraceptive mandate on FRC Action’s webcast: Healthcare Mandate: Violating the Separation of Church and State. As part of the health care mandate, beginning next year any organization that offers health insurance to employees will be forced to cover contraception, sterilizations, and abortifacients — no matter what their objections. This is not only an attack on the consciences of employers and employees, but a direct attack on religious freedom. This mandate must be stopped. The outcry is growing even as the Obama administration attempts to stifle dissent. While church leaders around the country voiced their disapproval to the mandate on Sunday, the Army’s pulpits were silent. According to several sources, the Chief of Chaplains issued an Army-wide gag order, warning priests not to read any letter resisting the policy. to view the entire webcast go to www.frcaction.org Video Rating: 4 / 5
I do not own anything in the video, including the audio and photos. The credits belong to the respective owners. This video is purely fan-made, and will not be used for profit or illegal sharing. Thanks. She’s Going Places is performed by Shane Hines and was written for Caylee by Cledus T Judd, Gary Levox of Rascal Flatts and Jimmy Yeary. I transcribed the lyrics to the song, so if you find any errors, please let me know, THANKS. She was just a baby, barely 2 years old A story that shouldn’t have to be told See that little girl with big brown eyes Stole our hearts and touched our lives Now we cry, ’cause we can’t understand You see she wanted to learn to play guitar, Be a ballerina or movie star She could’ve gone so far She can be anything that she wants to She can ride her bike every afternoon She can laugh and play With her dolls and games Just like all little girls should get to do Too young for her life to be taken She’s going places I bet she’d spend her time skipping rope Drawing rainbows on streets that are paved with gold Get to ride a big wheel jumping curbs In a parking lot of a great big church And I wish I could see it all But her memory will live on right here Till i get over there And see her again She can be anything that she wants to She can ride her bike every afternoon She can laugh and play in those backyard games Just like all little girls should get to do Too young for her life to be taken Shes going places She can play kickball Go swim and see-saw … Video Rating: 4 / 5
HRH Princess Marie Marie Agathe Odile, Her Royal Highness Princess of Denmark, Countess of Monpezat, was born on 6 February 1976 in Paris, France. The Princess’s parents are Alain Cavallier and Françoise Grassiot, married on 14 June 1975, subsequently divorced. Alain Cavallier is the former co-owner of an advertising agency and has retired. Françoise Grassiot is the owner of the hotel “Chateau de la Vernède”. On 7 November 1987 she married Christian Grassiot, financial adviser. The Princess has four half-brothers, Benjamin and Gregory Grandet, both born in Switzerland, and Charles and Edouard Cavallier, both born in Paris. Like the Princess, all four half-brothers grew up in Paris. Prior to marrying HRH Prince Joachim, Princess Marie was a French national and belonged to the Roman-Catholic Church. In connection with the marriage, the Princess joined the Evangelical Lutheran Church and became a Danish national. Wedding On 24 May 2008, Marie Cavallier married HRH Prince Joachim of Denmark and, in connection with the wedding, became HRH Princess Marie, Countess of Monpezat. The wedding ceremony took place in Møgeltønder Church, and the wedding banquet was held at Schackenborg Manor. Children HH Prince Henrik Carl Joachim Alain, born on 4 May 2009.