Monday, August 13, 2007
Can you tell which of these children was not born free?

Here's a video presentation about Human Right #1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights as presented by the Youth for Human Rights International.

Click here to watch other ads of all your Human Rights.


Posted at 3:40:24 pm by MomKat

Tuesday, November 07, 2006
Another 2 Guiness World Records for L. Ron Hubbard

Wow.  I found this article online.  L. Ron Hubbard was recently award 2 new Guiness World Records.  Very nice.

Two New Guinness World Records Awarded to L. Ron Hubbard


Posted at 10:15:01 am by MomKat

Wednesday, August 16, 2006
Dr. Harry Wong Delivers Excellent Episodes for New Civilization Podcast

I have been thoroughly enjoying the New Civilization Podcast series hosted by Dr. Harry Wong from the South Bay of San Francisco.  As a long time Scientologists since the 70s, I've listened to many talks and shows and participated in many myself, as well as hosted a few introductory seminars or self improvement seminars.  These interviews by Doc Wong with prominent scientologists is such a wonderful way to hear about what other Scientologists are doing and hear how Scientology has helped them.  My favorite so far is the newly released episode with celebrity Scientologist, Michael Duff, who talks about music and unblocking your creativity.  Just wonderful.  Very wonderful.


Posted at 9:42:15 pm by MomKat

Monday, August 14, 2006
Origin of NBA 24 Second Rule

My husband loves watching basketball.  He's an avid Lakers fan and watches their standings all year round.  I found an interesting article about the 24 second rule recently and thought it would be nice to share.  You can find it at http://www.snopes.com/sports/basketball/24second.asp


Posted at 5:21:26 pm by MomKat

Tuesday, August 08, 2006
Middle East Conflict

I have family in the Middle East and seeing the insanity of war and the conflict over there really pains my very soul and heart.  Religion is meant to be the exercise of spirtuality, faith and trust to bring peace, not as an excuse for inhumanities, like wars.  Religion should be a means for people to find a better life, to have hope and serenity, to know that things can get better and that happiness can be achieve, not misery, suffering, fear and death.

Stan Dubin gives his views on the subject.  You can read his post here.


Posted at 1:08:45 am by MomKat

Monday, July 31, 2006
ADD/ADHD, Decline of Educational Standards, the Future of Our Children and Our Civil Liberties

I just finished listening to the most recent New Civilization Podcast featuring Dr. Karl Hoffower.  I'm absolutely incredulous at the damaging and destructive effects of psychiatric drug prescriptions on our children and society.  Dr. Hoffower presents a very informative show regarding the gross violations of our human rights by the mental health industry.  He goes over ADD/ADHD, statisticial correlation of the decline of our educational standards with the institution of the psychological/sociological structural changes in the system, the monetary investement and vested interests of the drug industry, the loss of parental rights on the basis of medical neglect enforced by state or city social services, the constitutional and basic human rights violations of the psychiatric practice in general, and what you can do to restore civil liberties in your area.

This was a fantastic episode of the New Civilization podcast.  I highly recommend everyone to listen to it and take action.  You can find out how you can help by going to these websites:

Citizens Commission on Human Rights
Able Child
Fight For Kids


Posted at 12:19:34 pm by MomKat

Thursday, July 20, 2006
Doggie Hugs Baby

Here is the cutest picture of a dog hugging a baby.  Oh, it's so adorable!


Posted at 5:22:05 pm by MomKat

Thursday, July 06, 2006
Youth For Human Rights

The Youth for Human Rights Foundation is a non-profit organization that was formed to educate children and young adults the importance of human rights.  It is a project under the International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance which was formed out of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

There are video podcasts that have been recently released to give visual represenation on the various points on Human Rights.  These can be found on iTunes at under the Education Category in the Podcast section of the iTunes Music Store, or you can do a direct search for Youth for Human Rights.  Check it out.  The videos are quite exceptional.


Posted at 4:36:07 am by MomKat

Friday, April 21, 2006
Chronic Distrust Disorder Now Treatable...

Wonder Drug Inspires Deep, Unwavering Love Of Pharmaceutical Companies

March 6, 2006 | Issue 42•10 -- THE ONION

NEW YORK—The Food and Drug Administration today approved the sale of the drug PharmAmorin, a prescription tablet developed by Pfizer to treat chronic distrust of large prescription-drug manufacturers.

Pfizer executives characterized the FDA's approval as a "godsend" for sufferers of independent-thinking-related mental-health disorders.

PharmAmorin, now relieving distrust of large pharmaceutical conglomerates in pharmacies nationwide.

"Many individuals today lack the deep, abiding affection for drug makers that is found in healthy people, such as myself," Pfizer CEO Hank McKinnell said. "These tragic disorders are reaching epidemic levels, and as a company dedicated to promoting the health, well-being, and long life of our company's public image, it was imperative that we did something to combat them."

Although many psychotropic drugs impart a generalized feeling of well-being, PharmAmorin is the first to induce and focus intense feelings of affection externally, toward for-profit drug makers. Pfizer representatives say that, if taken regularly, PharmAmorin can increase affection for and trust in its developers by as much as 96.5 percent.

"Out of a test group of 180, 172 study participants reported a dramatic rise in their passion for pharmaceutical companies," said Pfizer director of clinical research Suzanne Frost. "And 167 asked their doctors about a variety of prescription medications they had seen on TV."

Frost said a small percentage of test subjects showed an interest in becoming lobbyists for one of the top five pharmaceutical companies, and several browsed eBay for drug-company apparel.

PharmAmorin, available in 100-, 200-, and 400-mg tablets, is classified as a critical-thinking inhibitor, a family of drugs that holds great promise for the estimated 20 million Americans who suffer from Free-Thinking Disorder.

Pfizer will also promote PharmAmorin in an aggressive, $34.6 million print and televised ad campaign.

One TV ad, set to debut during next Sunday's 60 Minutes telecast, shows a woman relaxing in her living room and reading a newspaper headlined "Newest Drug Company Scandal Undermines Public Trust." The camera zooms into the tangled neural matter of her brain, revealing a sticky black substance and a purplish gas.

The narrator says, "She may show no symptoms, but in her brain, irrational fear and dislike of global pharmaceutical manufacturers is overwhelming her very peace of mind."

After a brief summary of PharmAmorin's benefits, the commercial concludes with the woman flying a kite across a sunny green meadow, the Pfizer headquarters gleaming in the background.

PharmAmorin is the first drug of its kind, but Pfizer will soon face competition from rival pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb. The company is developing its own pro-pharmaceutical-company medication, Brismysquibicin, which will induce warm feelings not just for drug corporations in general, but solely for Bristol-Myers Squibb.

"A PharmAmorin user could find himself gravitating toward the products of a GlaxoSmithKline or Eli Lilly," BMS spokesman Andrew Fike said. "This could seriously impede the patient's prescription-drug-market acceptance, or worse, Pfizer's profits in the long run."

"Brismysquibicin will be cheaper to produce and therefore far more affordable to those on fixed incomes," Fike added.

The news of an affordable skepticism-inhibitor was welcomed by New York physician Christine Blake-Mann, who runs a free clinic in Spanish Harlem.

"A lot of my patients are very leery of the medical establishment," Blake-Mann said. "This will help them feel better about it, and save money at the same time."

PharmAmorin's side effects include nausea, upset stomach, and ignoring the side effects of prescription drug medication.

© Copyright 2006, Onion, Inc. All rights reserved.


Posted at 10:42:14 am by MomKat

Thursday, April 20, 2006
What People Say About Scientology

Scientology has a large and rapidly expanding community of parishioners.  Chances are, in any major city you go, you will find a local mission or Church.  Even more likely, the person next to you on the plane, train or even in the car at the stop light might be a Scientologist.  Certainly, you hear about Celebrity Scientologists in the media quite often.  Well, here is a link with a sampling of what people say about Scientology: http://www.scientologyreligion.org/pg013.html

Posted at 10:54:01 pm by MomKat

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