Part Two: Disabled Animals Who Overcame Their Challenges Thanks to Their Human Angels

by J. Lee Disabled Animals Who Overcame Their Challenges This story is a continuation of my previous disabled animal story featuring dogs and cats. See below for a link to read: Part One ‘Disabled Dogs And Cats – Amazing Mobility With Pet Wheelchairs And Water Therapy’. This story will give you a greater understanding about disabled animals, technological advances in the medical field, veterinary advances, and those who rescue special need animals. Some animals are fitted with wheelchairs. Some are fitted with prosthetics which can be referred to as having…

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Seal Hunting – End the Barbaric Slaughter; We Must Be Their Voice

by J. Lee Seal Hunting – End the Barbaric Slaughter It has been estimated seal hunting or sealing dates back 4,000 years or more. In early history killing of seals was done for food and clothing. The first recorded killing was in 1515 by Europeans as they brought the seal skins to Seville. In the 1500’s it is believed that Newfoundland, Labrador and the Gulf of St. Lawrence were the first commercial sealing regions. Inuit’s have seal hunted as a way of survival for food and clothing for generations. They usually hunt the adult ringed seals….

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Prison Fellowship and Angel Tree – Breaking the Chains

J. Lee Prison Fellowship and Angel Tree – Breaking the Chains “I was in prison and you visited me” — Matthew 25:36 PRISON FELLOWSHIP Before the inception of the Prison Fellowship, incarceration was a revolving door. With no direction, many released prisoners fell into recidivism and became repeat offenders. Prisoners were housed and fed, but spiritually they were lacking hope. Many returned to their criminal behavior. Prison Fellowship: Five Stages of Incerceration: Understand typical changes prisoners experience as they process their new life as prisoners – Understanding a prisoner‘s thinking and emotional…

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Phil Williams And His Mission To Inspire Youth Via The Medium Of Entertainment

Phil Williams' Lil' Jimmy character with custom van and Lil' Jimmy graphics

By Janice Barlow Phil Williams is not your garden variety veteran of military service.  He’s a gospel singer/songwriter who has written hundreds of songs and records and mixes for other artists.  He has a radio podcast.  He’s a preacher when the occasion calls for it; a youth pastor at Mustard Seed Faith Ministries under Pastor Jimmy A. Copeland – and a motivational speaker. Phil’s out in neighborhoods in and around metropolitan Atlanta daily, talking with young people about civics and responsibility, conflict resolution and problem solving in their own street…

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Hurricane Harvey – Wildlife In Crisis, The Rescue – How You Can Help (Part Three)

raccoon rescued from Texas flooding in tropical storm Harvey

J. Lee Hurricane Harvey – Wildlife In Crisis Wildlife, in natural disasters such as Hurricane Harvey are left vulnerable unless they can find safe shelter. They become battered, tossed and many drown unless they can find higher ground. Specialized rescue groups have stepped forward to help a vast variety of wildlife. Texas Wildlife Fact Sheet – Including amphibians, birds, fish, Invertebrates, mammals and reptiles Huffpost: Here’s How Harvey Is Affecting Wild Animals – The Houston SPCA Wildlife Center of Texas has been “bombarded” with requests to help injured or waterlogged wildlife, and has taken…

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Eric Trump Doesn’t Believe That His Dad’s Critics Are Human – Complains To Hannity About Hate

photo of Eric Trump, son of the president

J. Lee Eric Trump was interviewed by Sean Hannity on Tuesday night (June 6, 2017). The interview is comical in many ways except for when Eric said this about those who oppose his father: “I’ve never seen hatred like this. I mean, to me, they’re not even people.” Eric stated that he hasn’t seen hatred like this, however his father is all about hate, as witnessed while campaigning, attacking any opposition then, and now with the media – if it doesn’t laud him, he calls it “fake”. Eric says “morality has flown…

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Human Trafficking – Crimes Against Humanity

J. Lee Human Trafficking – Modern Day Slavery This story exposes the international shame of human, sex and labor trafficking. Human trafficking is prevalent in the United States and throughout the world. The idea in most people’s minds is it happens elsewhere, but America has its own dirty secrets. No nation is innocent in crimes against humanity. It is estimated that 1/3 of those trafficked are children. Wikipedia – Human trafficking is the trade of humans, most commonly for the purpose of forced labour, sexual slavery, or commercial sexual exploitation for the trafficker…

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Animal Farming – The Bear Bile Industry; We Must Be Their Voice

J. Lee The Bear Bile Farming Industry This story exposes the horror of bear bile farms. My intent is to open your eyes to brutality and suffering of bears. My story is not to convince anyone to go vegan or vegetarian. My goal is to help spur a movement to encourage an alternative to bile by using herbs. Asiatic black bears, sun bears, moon bears and brown bears are commonly found on bear farms. Bile farms can be found in China, South Korea, Laos, Vietnam and Myanmar. China has some breeding programs, but they also rely on poaching. Video (Nov 4, 2011):…

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Fish Farming, Human Health Dangers, Netting And Bycatch; We Must Be Their Voice

picture of fish farming environment where fish are confined in small enclosures

  J. Lee Horrors of Animal Farming and Netting – The Fish Industry This story exposes fish farms and how it affects humans and other living creatures. FISH FARMING Fish farming poses many dangers to humans and wildlife surrounding the farms. The environment they are kept in is cruel, crowded and unhealthy. The dangers allowed in the name of profit effects fish and shrimp, but it extends to humans and other living creatures. My report is not to convince anyone to go vegan or vegetarian.  Its purpose is to open your eyes…

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Stranger Than Fiction Reality TV Shows On Cable Trying to Steal Network Viewers

By Janice Barlow Cable television is heating up for the fall season, in competition with the networks. Each year, the cable channels steal away some of the viewers from traditional shows on network television. Personally, I can’t recall watching any network TV show on a regular basis recently except for “24“. The fixation with reality shows continues. On the standard viewing circuit, the typical competition shows, complete with drama prevail. “American Idol“, “Dancing With the Stars“, “America’s Got Talent“, “Survivor“, and so on, have replaced sitcoms. But cable has taken…

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