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    Democrat Legislator’s Bill Would Prohibit Male Lawmakers From Voting on Abortion

    State Micaiah Bilger Aug 5, 2019 | 11:46AM Tallahassee, FL

    Florida lawmaker wants to stop men from voting on measures to protect unborn babies from abortion.

    Lauren Book, a pro-abortion Democrat and state senator, recently introduced a state constitutional amendment that would ban Florida lawmakers from restricting abortion unless at least half of the legislators are women, according to the New York Daily News.
    Because Book’s bill, state Senate Bill 60, is a constitutional amendment, it would have to be approved by state voters as well as the legislature.
    “No vote about us without us,” Book told the Tallahassee Democrat. “Seeing what state legislatures across the country have done, I believe it is time to stand up and fight to ensure women have access to comprehensive health care and family planning.”
    But abortion is not health care or family planning. It is the destruction of a living, unique human being. Florida lawmakers have considered several pro-life measures this year, including a bill to ban abortions after an unborn baby’s heartbeat is detectable and another requiring parental consent for minors before an abortion.
    Book’s radical measure seems highly unlikely to pass, but even if it does, it could backfire. Though efforts to restrict abortion have been called a “war on women,” even writers at the liberal New York Times admit that many women, as well as men, are working to end abortion.
    Follow LifeNews.com on Instagram for pro-life pictures and videos.
    Polls consistently find that most women support restrictions on abortion. A poll by McLaughlin and Associates in 2019 found that women were more likely than men to oppose late-term abortions. And a 2018 Gallup poll found little difference of opinion between men and women on the issue.
    “Various studies have shown that there is not a significant difference between men and women’s views on abortion,” according to The Hill.
    Abortions affect both men and women, and both deserve a say in the highly controversial matter. An abortion destroys the life of a unique, growing human being – a child created by two people, the mother and the father. And no one should be excluded from a debate about human rights.




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    Unfortunately, there’s a mass stabbing that just happened



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    Police say 4 dead, 2 wounded, 1 arrested in series of Southern California stabbings
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    Suspect in custody, four people dead, two injured after a series of stabbings in Orange County

    By The Daily Sheeple | Sean Walton | 68 views Published on August 7, 2019

    Police take into custody a suspect that stabbed four people to death.
    A man is in custody after a series of stabbings left four people dead in Orange County.
    The 33-year-old suspect was arrested at a 7/11 store in Santa Ana, California.
    The first stabbing happened at an apartment complex on Jentges Ave. Garden Grove around 4 p.m. Police say they received calls of a burglary that just happened at the complex.
    About 20 minutes later police got a call of a robbery that just occurred at a bakery on Chapman Ave. in Garden Grove.
    Officials say the suspect was seen in a silver Mercedes and was armed with a knife.
    Around 5:05 p.m. police got a call of two men down at the apartment complex they were previously at on Jentges Ave. Once on scene officers located a male on the balcony suffering from multiple stab wounds, he died on scene. A second victim was taken to the hospital where he later died.
    At 5:40 p.m. officers responded to a robbery in progress call at a Cash and More store on Harbor St. They say the same suspect in the previous robbery was involved. No one was injured during the robbery.
    A few minutes later, officers got another call of a robbery in progress at an insurance business on Harbor and Garden Grove Blvd. A female employee was stabbed multiple times; the suspect then fled the area. The victim was taken to the hospital, police say she is expected to survive.
    Around 6:09 p.m. officers responded to the Chevron gas station on 13321 Harbor Blvd, after reports of a stabbing. Police say a man was pumping gas when the suspect approached him and stabbed him several times. Witnesses say the suspect had multiple knives or a machete. The victim had lacerations to his face and back; he was taken to the hospital and is expected to survive.
    According to police around 6:25 p.m. undercover officers located the suspect’s vehicle at a 7/11 store near First and Harbor Blvd. Police say he was armed with a handgun and a knife.
    Police soon discovered the suspect disarmed a security guard and stabbed him. Police tell us the security guard is in grave condition.
    While officers were at the 7/11 they say they got a call of a robbery that just happened at a Subway restaurant across the street. An employee there was stabbed and later passed away.
    Police said he had no apparent connection to any of the victims. Police say there is no longer a threat to the public, but they are still investigating multiple crime scenes. According to officers all four people killed in tonight’s stabbing spree in Garden Grove and Santa Ana were male Hispanics.
    Police have not yet released the suspect’s name, nor the name of his vicitims.

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    Suspect in Orange County stabbing rampage is gang member with criminal history, police say




    Four dead, two injured in California stabbing spree

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    Authorities said the 33-year-old man accused of stabbing four people to death in a rampage across two Orange County cities is a known gang member with a criminal record dating back to 2004.

    But detectives said they still are not sure why Zachary Castaneda allegedly went on the attack, saying that the violence appears to be random and that he didn't know those he targeted.
    Wednesday's spate of violence, which left two other people injured, is one of the worst Orange County has experienced in recent years.
    "I've been a police officer for 30 years, and this is the first time I've ever seen a suspect kill four people and stab others," Garden Grove Police Lt. Carl Whitney said. "It's pure evil."
    Authorities said the attacks, which unfolded over a roughly 2½-hour period, appeared to have begun as robberies but added that "pure hate" might also be a potential motive. At this point in their investigation, authorities said, the attacks don't appear to be racially motivated.
    Castaneda has an extensive criminal history in Orange County that includes convictions for gun-related offenses, resisting a police officer, corporal injury, drug possession and theft, according to court records.
    He also has several open cases in Orange County Superior Court on charges of vandalism related to gang activity, possession of a dagger and drug possession. He has pleaded not guilty to those charges, court records show.
    The rampage started with a residential burglary in Garden Grove shortly after 4 p.m. and quickly evolved into a series of apparently random stabbings that terrorized Garden Grove and Santa Ana before Castaneda was taken into custody outside a 7-Eleven store in Santa Ana.
    Four men were killed and a 44-year-old man and 54-year-old woman were wounded in the attacks. Authorities have not released their names, but family members identified one of the individuals killed as 62-year-old Helmuth Hauprich.







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    Garden Grove police work at the scene of a stabbing in Garden Grove, Calif., Thursday., Aug. 8, 2019. A man killed four people and wounded two in a string of robberies and stabbings in California's Orange County before he was arrested, police said Wednesday. (AP Photo/Amy Taxin)

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    Detectives do not believe the suspect knew any of the people he attacked. However, he lived at the Casa De Portola apartment complex on Jentges Avenue in Garden Grove where his alleged crimes began and later turned deadly, Whitney said.The investigation began shortly after 4 p.m., when Hauprich and his roommate arrived home to Casa De Portola to find their apartment had been ransacked and called police. A passport, a Social Security card, a work authorization card (known as a green card), a sword collection and a large dining room table had been stolen, according to Hauprich's son, Erwin Hauprich.
    As officers were responding to that call, an armed robbery was reported at M Bakery in the 13000 block of Chapman Avenue.
    Dona Beltran, the bakery owner, said in an interview that she was outside, charging her phone in her parked car, when a Mercedes pulled up a little after 4 p.m. and a man got out and walked into the store.
    Thinking he was a customer, she followed him inside.
    As she entered, she saw the man had walked behind the counter and was rummaging around, attempting to open the cash registers.
    "What are you doing? What are you doing?" she screamed.
    The man pulled up his shirt and motioned to his waistline at what Beltran assumed was a weapon. She ran into a dental office next door and yelled: "Call the police. He's trying to rob my bakery."
    The dental office employees locked the door and Beltran saw the man lug away her cash registers, plop them in his car and drive away.
    "It was a miracle" she wasn't hurt, she said. "This was a second chance for me."
    According to police, the suspect then returned to the two men's apartment complex and stabbed both of them about 5 p.m. When officers arrived, they found one man on the balcony and another man lying inside. Both had been stabbed several times. One died at the scene and the other was taken to a trauma center, where he later died, Whitney said.
    Erwin Hauprich said he spoke to his father for the last time shortly after the roommates discovered their home had been burglarized. He suspects the man waited for police to leave and then decided to kill the two men. The son said his father, who had lived in the apartment for more than 20 years, was well-liked and was "always making jokes."
    Forty minutes later, a man wearing a black hooded sweatshirt walked into Cash N More, a check-cashing business, in the 12800 block of Chapman Avenue and threatened a customer and stole money, police and witnesses said.
    Yesenia Torres, 34, of Santa Ana was the lone employee on duty at the time. She didn't think much of the man at first as he paced back and forth inside the store.
    "I figured he was just in a hurry," Torres told The Times.
    Torres said she had just completed processing a $200 loan for a female customer, who took the cash and was walking toward the door
    when the suspect walked up and told the woman in Spanish: "This is a robbery. The insurance will pay you back."
    He had one hand in his pocket and grabbed the cash with the other. Torres said she didn't see a weapon.
    "This can't be happening to me," the customer said in Spanish and stood there in shock.
    Torres said she averted her gaze to avoid making eye contact with the suspect, but once he exited the store, she said she was able to spot the man's vehicle and wrote down his license plate number. She pressed the panic button and called law enforcement, she said.
    Initially, she thought it had just been a simple robbery. Hours later, she heard about the killings.
    "I was in shock. What if he would have taken out a weapon on our customer? You go through all the scenarios. It's scary. He seemed like such a normal person," she said. "I do feel lucky."
    Authorities said the man then tried to rob the Best One Insurance Agency in the 12800 block of Harbor Boulevard in Garden Grove about 6:06 p.m. Inside, he attacked a 54-year-old employee, confronting her with what was described as a machete-style knife, Whitney said.
    "This female employee was very brave; this guy was armed with knives," Whitney said. "She fought as best as she could against this armed suspect and sustained multiple stab wounds."
    The woman was taken to a hospital and was expected to survive.
    Next, about 6:09 p.m., the man pulled up at a Chevron gas station in the 13300 block of Harbor Boulevard in Garden Grove and attacked a man pumping gas, stabbing him in the back as well as nearly cutting off the man's nose, police said. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.
    Chevron employee Taylor Lorenzen told NBC the suspect came inside the store "kind of angry" and threw a $50 bill on the counter. The man stabbed while pumping gas was "bleeding everywhere," Lorenzen told the station.
    Whitney said passersby rushed to the man's aid and tried to help him. When authorities arrived, they provided information that helped police link the incident to the suspect in the other stabbings, he said.
    "They were willing to come forward and help the Police Department, give us information that was crucial in getting this guy identified and help this guy who was stabbed and sustained serious injuries," Whitney said. "The public really stepped up to help this guy."
    After leaving the gas station, the suspect drove south on Harbor Boulevard, stopping at a Subway sandwich shop in the 3800 block of West 1st Street in Santa Ana about 6:16 p.m. There, he fatally stabbed a third man, authorities said.
    He went across the street about 10 minutes later and attacked a security guard at a 7-Eleven, stabbing and killing him. The man cut the security guard's gun off of his duty belt and walked outside, Whitney said.
    Undercover detectives from Garden Grove were combing through the area trying to find the suspect when they spotted the silver Mercedes parked in front of the 7-Eleven. They confronted the man outside the store and took him into custody at gunpoint, Whitney said.
    Investigators from Garden Grove and Santa Ana police departments spent hours overnight working multiple crime scenes that spanned the two cities.
    "This is one of those things you see one time in a career," Whitney said. "We want to make sure we have a solid case and we can put this guy in prison for the rest of his life."
    Times staff writers Richard Winton, Colleen Shalby, Jaclyn Cosgrove and Louis Sahagun contributed to this report.

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    Everybody in the nation is now on the hook for Illinois politicians' irresponsible decisions."

    NO, NO I AM NOT


    Illinois Is the Canary In The Pension Coal Mine



    "As the assets shrink, the pension funds go into a financial death spiral. We might end up with some kind of Puerto Rico–style pseudo-bankruptcy or federal bailout. Everybody in the nation is now on the hook for Illinois politicians' irresponsible decisions."

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    Reason.com's Mike Riggs talks with Illinois Policy Institute's Adam Schuster about how to fix the state's pension debt crisis...


    Illinois is running out of time to fix its public sector pension problem. A new report from Moody's Investors Service identified the Prairie State as one of the two most likely to suffer during an economic downturn. Illinois towns and cities are already paring back government services to pay for generous benefits packages for retirees, and Chicago's pension debt alone is larger than that of 41 states. That arrangement can't last forever.
    "The worst-case scenario is there's another national recession, which would cause our pension funds to lose a bunch of their assets again," says Adam Schuster of the Illinois Policy Institute.
    "As the assets shrink, the pension funds go into a financial death spiral. We might end up with some kind of Puerto Rico–style pseudo-bankruptcy or federal bailout. Everybody in the nation is now on the hook for Illinois politicians' irresponsible decisions."


    The best-case scenario would involve repealing an automatic 3 percent raise that pensioners receive each year of their retirement and requiring workers to pay more into their own plans. Democratic Gov. J.B. Pritzker would prefer to scrap Illinois' flat income tax and replace it with a progressive tax scheme, which could cause even more people to flee the state. In May, Schuster spoke to Reason's Mike Riggs about the pension conundrum.
    Q: If somebody had been paying attention 30 years ago, could they have anticipated this pension problem?
    A: Thirty years ago would be just about enough time to stop some of the mistakes. We changed the state constitution in 1970 to add a pension protection provision, which essentially says that as of the day of hire, an employee's benefit formula cannot be changed in any way. So it doesn't only protect benefits that somebody has already earned. It protects the future growth rate of those benefits for life and gives the state legislature no flexibility to change them.
    Q: What happened next?

    A: In 1990, Illinois implemented a guaranteed 3 percent compounding cost of living adjustment. So a person's pension goes up by 3 percent every year regardless of how much inflation there is in the economy. It basically doubles the size of somebody's pension over the course of 25 years.
    We also had a series of governors, both Republican and Democratic, who habitually shorted the system by putting in less than the required contribution. The reason they did that is that the required contributions were unaffordable and never would have been affordable because we overpromised the benefits.
    Q: Do Illinois taxpayers know what's going on?
    A: I think there is pretty widespread knowledge about the problem, but there's also a defeatist apathy. We've had five straight years of population loss. We're losing our prime working-age adults, and poll results say that the No. 1 reason they're leaving is that the taxes are too high here. And the No. 2 reason they're leaving is job opportunities are better elsewhere, which is related to No. 1.
    Q: What do public sector union leaders say about the pension crisis? How about union members?
    A: I appreciate that you make that distinction, because I've found there is a huge disparity in how they react to this kind of thing. Union leaders, who are involved in politics and lobbying, are against having this conversation at all. But when I talk to regular rank-and-file union members, they actually think the plan we put forward is a very fair and very reasonable compromise.
    Q: What is the short version of your plan?
    A: It would amend our constitution so that instead of protecting the future growth rate, it would only protect the pension benefit that somebody has earned to date. So if you retired today, your annuity would be protected, but it would give the legislature flexibility to change retirement ages for younger workers and to change that 3 percent cost of living adjustment, for example.
    Q: What happens if Illinois does nothing?
    A: I don't know if you followed at all the story of Harvey, Illinois, but it's a South Chicago suburb, and they have one of the highest effective property tax rates in the nation. Even still, their police and fire pensions are so underfunded that in order to make their pension payment, they had to lay off dozens of current police officers and firefighters.
    Q: That's what people pay taxes for: government services!
    A: Harvey was the canary in the coal mine. Down in Peoria, they've had to lay off municipal workers, people who plow the streets. In Rockford, they're being told they need to sell their city water system. Municipalities around the state are laying off public safety workers today to pay for yesterday's pensions.




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    NO FEDERAL BAILOUT!

    EVERY DEMOCRAT RUN CITY NEEDS A BAILOUT!
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