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August 2012 Archives

The Chronicle of Philanthropy did an article recently entitled “How States Stack Up in Generosity.” The piece ranked each state on its generosity. By taking federal tax returns and analyzing how much taxpayers wrote off in charitable contributions, The Chronicle […]

Founder, author, philanthropist, advocate, angel – those are just a few of the words that describe Marilyn Gambrell, CEO of No More Victims Inc. “Today we have over 2,000 children that have enrolled in our program,” Gambrell said. The program […]

Representing your country – your flag – is a divine honor that only a few athletes have the honor of holding. Out of those amazingly talented athletes, stand women who represent more than their country or a flag – they […]

Mercy killing, also known as euthanasia, is defined as the act of killing someone painlessly. (Especially someone suffering from an incurable illness.) These sorts of killings have been debated as to whether or not they should be legalized. John Wise, […]

Tonya Reaves, 24, was rushed to the hospital when doctors discovered that an incomplete second term abortion was earlier performed on the patient. Reaves’ uterus was perforated, during the botched abortion, which resulted in Reaves bleeding to death. The Planned […]