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Free-Range Parenting or Just Playing Outside

Free-Range Parenting or Just Playing Outside

Danielle and Sasha Meitiv believe in what is referred to as free-range parenting. This means that their children, Rafi, 10 and Dvora, 6, are allowed to explore the neighborhood without adult supervision. The family lives in the suburbs of Silver Springs, MD. Just before 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, the Montgomery County, Maryland police department were […]

Vin Diesel Celebrates Paul Walker With His Daughter’s Name

Vin Diesel Celebrates Paul Walker With His Daughter’s Name

In a tribute to his best friend, Paul Walker, Vin Diesel celebrates his friend by naming his daughter after the late actor. Pauline, named after Walker, was brought into the world after the actor had passed, though his spirit was felt by Diesel. A celebrity that tends to hold back on his personal information, Diesel is best […]

Allergies on High Alert

Allergies on High Alert

Normally this time of year, doctors are seeing colds but instead, they are seeing sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes. Allergy season has arrived earlier than usual this year and symptoms will most likely last longer than normal, in the Bay Area, due to the California drought. Colds and allergies appear very similar. Both of them […]

Faces of Informed Consent – a Dose of Humanity in the Vaccine Debate

Faces of Informed Consent – a Dose of Humanity in the Vaccine Debate

Perhaps the reader is one who has made up their mind about mandating vaccines and removing parental choice. Fair enough. The media has certainly scared enough people about the horrors of the unvaccinated for someone to take a negative and even judgmental stance toward those who choose not to vaccinate. But what if those who decided to refrain from […]

Vaccinate Now

Vaccinate Now

Vaccinate your children now. The study that created the anti-vaccination movement, written by Dr. Andrew Wakefield for the British medical journal, The Lancet has been proven to be false; this would be the 1998 study that stated that vaccinations were linked to autism. In 2004, it was discovered that Wakefield was hired by a law […]

President Obama Recognizes GLV Journalist

President Obama Recognizes GLV Journalist

President Obama has honored online journal Guardian Liberty Voice (GLV) writer Fern Remedi-Brown with a letter recognizing her investigative journalism regarding the children fleeing Central America. The letter (below) was written 12 weeks after her two articles on the topic were published in GLV, which has seven million unique users per month and nine million […]

Infants Have Something They Want to Say [Video]

Infants Have Something They Want to Say [Video]

Latest research suggest that infants as young as seven months old have something they just cannot wait to say. A new study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indicates that babies begin practicing words they hear spoken as early as seven months. Although it is known that babies usually do not […]

Central America Children Recruited by Gangs: Source Revealed

Central America Children Recruited by Gangs: Source Revealed

At as young as four years old, children in Central America are recruited into gangs, the source of which has recently been revealed to the public. Gang violence is one of the reasons that these children escape to the U.S. This happens in Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. The newly uncovered origin of these gangs […]

Safety a Priority When Headed Back to School

Safety a Priority When Headed Back to School

Last year more than 50 million students entered public elementary and secondary schools in American. These are record numbers for the U.S. as the population grows and becomes more educated. In general, safety has become a major issue in the United States. A top priority for teachers, administrators and parents is not just how to […]

Hot Car Claims Another Life After Dad Forgets to Drop off Child

Hot Car Claims Another Life After Dad Forgets to Drop off Child

Another child’s life was lost to hot car death this week, when a 15-month-old Connecticut boy was left in the car for “an extended period of time” when his dad forgot to drop him off at daycare and went to work. Last year 44 U.S. children died of heat stroke in cars, and 16 cases have been […]

Guatemala Kids Fleeing Violence Cross Alone to the US

Guatemala Kids Fleeing Violence Cross Alone to the US

Kids, some 9 and 10 years old, and younger, are fleeing violent situations in Guatemala, crossing into the U.S. alone or with child smugglers, who promise to assist them, but usually abandon them at the border. One of the poorest countries in Latin America, Guatemala has a gross domestic product (GDP) of under $2,000 per […]

Recycling for the Environment and Your Own Pocket [Video]

Recycling for the Environment and Your Own Pocket [Video]

As garbage both fills and overflows the landfills of this world, recycling can still make a difference both to the environment and also for your own pocket. Instead of our garbage ending up in piles of plastic, glass, left-over food etc., blighting our landscapes and ever-growing, it is necessary to start thinking “recycling” and yes, […]

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