Fort Smith, AR to start poisoning their water with Fluoride on March 7th

fluoride_dees3/4/16. Fluoride will go in Fort Smith water on Monday, March 7th. Fort Smith voters rejected fluoridation in the 1970’s and 1992.

The people have a Tenth Amendment right to oppose this.  

Poisonous effects of Fluoride: Acute Toxicity. Arthritis. Bone Fracture. Brain Effects. Cancer. Cardiovascular Disease. Diabetes. Endocrine Disruption. Gastrointestinal Effects.
Kidney Disease.
Male Fertility.
Pineal Gland.
Skeletal Fluorosis. Thyroid Disease. reported that Fort Smith is going to put Fluoride in the water on Monday, March 7th.

“The city will begin Monday adding fluoride to the water it provides for its 160,000 users in western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma.

Once the chemical is introduced into the water system at the Lake Fort Smith and the Lee Creek water treatment plants, it will take about 36 hours for th water to reach Fort Smith, Lance McAvoy, the Utilities Department’s deputy director of operations, said Thursday.

McAvoy said it will take two to four weeks for the cavity-fighting chemical to get into the entire distribution system, which includes Van Buren and 13 other clients, mostly in Crawford County, buying water from Fort Smith.

Officials have been working for the past 18 months to purchase and install fluoridation equipment at the two water treatment plants. The project has cost about $2 million, McAvoy said, with most of it being paid for by a grant from the Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation.

McAvoy said weeklong tests were run on the new equipment to ensure it will feed the proper amount of fluoride into the water. He said the tests were successful and equipment is running as it should.

A news release from the city said fluoride will be fed into the water system at 0.7 milligram per liter, the level recommended by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to provide public health benefits while preventing fluorosis of teeth and bones.

Fluorosis is a chronic condition caused by the excessive intake of fluorine compounds, marked by mottling of the teeth and, if severe, calcification of the ligaments.

Weldon Johnson, executive director of the Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation, said Thursday numerous studies have shown the effectiveness of fluoridated water regarding dental disease. It also has been shown children who have access to fluoridated water and are on Medicaid save states an average of $24 per child annually.

“The Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation has a long-term goal to end dental disease in children,” Johnson said. “Fluoridated water systems are instrumental in achieving Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation’s goal.”

Arkansas Act 197 of 2011 required municipalities of 5,000 or more to fluoridate their water if the funds are available. The Delta Dental of Arkansas Foundation, which is associated with Sherwood-based Delta Dental of Arkansas, a dental-benefits administrator, agreed to provide that funding.

Johnson provided figures that showed 24 cities have completed fluoridation affecting 316,000 people at a total cost of $3.75 million.

Projects are underway in seven towns that will affect 301,000 people at a cost of $3.5 million, the figures showed. Two projects have not begun but are budgeted to cost $450,000 and affect 30,000 people when completed.

Johnson said when the fluoridation projects began, 67 percent of the people on public water systems in Arkansas had fluoridated water. With the completion of 33 projects Johnson listed, the percentage will increase to 91 percent.

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Donald Trump Says He Supports Reauthorizing Patriot Act, NSA Metadata Collection

12/7/15. Trump Says He Supports Reauthorizing Patriot Act, NSA Metadata Collection. Barry Donegan,

2016 Republican presidential candidate and billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump said that he supports reauthorizing the USA PATRIOT Act and bulk cell phone metadata collection by the National Security Agency in an interview on the Hugh Hewitt Show earlier this month.

In the above-embedded clip, Hewitt asks Trump, “On metadata collection, Ted Cruz is glad the NSA got out of it. Marco Rubio wants it back. What’s Donald Trump think?

Well, I tend to err on the side of security, I must tell you,” Trump replied, “and I’ve been there for longer than you would think. But, you know, when you have people that are beheading if you’re a Christian and frankly for lots of other reasons, when you have the world looking at us and would like to destroy us as quickly as possible, I err on the side of security, and so that’s the way it is, that’s the way I’ve been, and some people like that, frankly, and some people don’t like that.

And I’m not just saying that since Paris, I’m saying for quite some time. I assume when I pick up my telephone people are listening to my conversations anyway, if you want to know the truth. It’s pretty sad commentary, but I err on the side of security,” said Trump.

Hewitt then asked, “Alright, so you would be in favor of restoring the Patriot Act?

I think that would be fine. As far as I’m concerned, that would be fine,” Trump responded.

Newsweek points out that Donald Trump has held the same position since before the Paris terror attacks. He said this summer, “I support legislation which allows the NSA to hold the bulk metadata. For oversight, I propose that a court, which is available any time on any day, is created to issue individual rulings on when this metadata can be accessed.

A below-embedded CBS46 Atlanta Ben Swann Reality Check report challenges the notion that the NSA has stopped spying on Americans’ cell phones and notes that “under the USA Freedom Act, NSA computers remain at the carriers’ and service providers’ switching offices [collecting metadata]. But the NSA computer analysts return to their NSA offices and from there they operate remotely the same computers they were operating directly in the Patriot Act days.

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Ted Cruz supports a Biometric tracking system


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11/16/15. Cruz pledges US biometric entry and exit system.

Republican presidential candidate and senator Ted Cruz has pledged a biometric entry and exit system to track visa holders should he get into power.

Speaking last week, Cruz said one of his priorities would be to finish the biometric tracking system at our nation’s ports of entry.

“Amazon and FedEx can track packages around the world with down-to-the-minute precision. Google can provide street-view maps of almost any address in the country. It is unacceptable that our federal government cannot keep track of the foreign nationals who have entered the United States, particularly when millions of illegal immigrants currently in the United States entered legally but overstayed their visas – as several of the 9/11 hijackers had done.”

Cruz said it was “past time” for the federal government to fully implement a biometric tracking system so that authorities have full awareness of who is on American soil at all times.

“Since 1996, Congress has ‘required’ full implementation of an entry-exit system at all of our ports of entry, yet multiple administrations, both Democrat and Republican, have refused to follow that law. In the first 100 days of a Cruz Administration, those who have broken the law will be held accountable, regulations that stand in the way of finishing the system will be eliminated, and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will complete implementation by the end of my first year in office”.

He also pledged to strengthen E-Verify. E-Verify – a federal digital identity program that lets employers verify the legal status of job applicants. He pledge to treat E-Verify as a national security tool: Push to have E-Verify both permanently reauthorized in statute and deemed an essential national security screening tool, to ensure that it operates in the event of a lapse in funding.

In July, the US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has revealed that it will pilot the collection of biometric and biographic information on selected flights from up to 10 identified US airports over the next year. In a notice published in the Federal Register, the CBP revealed that the programme will be called the “Be-Mobile Air Test”.

The test will be rolled out over this one-year period at Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, California; San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, California; Miami International Airport, Miami, Florida; Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Atlanta, Georgia. The list also includes Chicago O’Hare International Airport, Chicago, Illinois; Newark Liberty International Airport, Newark, New Jersey; John F. Kennedy International Airport, Jamaica, New York; Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas, Texas; George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas; and Washington Dulles International Airport, Sterling, Virginia.

The  CBP says its BE-Mobile Air Test is designed to test both a new biometric exit concept of operations at selected airports with CBP officers using a wireless handheld device at the departure gate to collect biometric and biographic data and CBP’s outbound enforcement policies and workforce distribution procedures.

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RINO Flip Flopper: John Boozman up for Re-election

220px-john_boozman2c_official_portrait2c_112th_congressRINO Arkansas U.S. Senator John Boozman is up for re-election in 2016 and faces Conservative challenger Curtis Coleman in the primary on March 1st. Boozman has been in the U.S. Congress since 2001 taking a general mix of liberal and conservative stances. Which has him with a 56% rating on, and a Cumulative Freedom Index Score of 57% from

“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.” -James 1:8 

With being in Washington D.C. for 15 years there’s a alot of votes he’s cast but some of the worst include: Voted for the Patriot Act and the Real ID Act. Voted against bringing the troops home. Voted for No Child Left Behind. Voted for the $305 billion highway bailout bill. Voted for TARP and the Stimulus bill. Voted for CISA. Voted against limiting the authority of the Armed Forces to detain citizens of the United States under section 1031 of NDAA. Voted to give Barack Obama, Trade Promotion Authority. (and much more below.)  Continue reading

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Beware: Fort Smith Dr. Stephanie Ho also works for Planned Parenthood in Fayetteville


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RINO Flip Flopper: French Hill up for Re-election

220px-french_hill_official_photoRINO Arkansas U.S. Representative for Arkansas’s 2nd congressional district French Hill, is up for re-election in 2016 and faces Republican challenger Brock Olree in the primary on March 1st. Hill has been in the U.S. Congress since 2015 taking a general mix of liberal and conservative stances. Which has him with a 5o% rating on, a 60% rating on, A 66% rating on, and 67% rating on

“A double minded man is unstable in all his ways.” -James 1:8

Some of his worst votes include: Voting for the FY2016 Omnibus Spending bill to fund Planned Parenthood, increase foreign guest workers, increase refugee resettlement, and to grant the President authority to expand immigration levels without Congress’ consent via Trade Promotion Authority. Voted for No Child Left Behind through 2020. Voted the Medicare Access and Chip Reauthorization Act. Voted to repeal the requirement for meat products to be labeled with their country of origin. Voted against The First Amendment Defense Act which would protect individuals or groups, based on their beliefs that marriage is the union of a man and woman or that sexual relations are reserved for marriage. Voted against limiting surveillance of U.S. Citizens Under Section 702 of FISA. Voted for funding the DHS, TSA and E-Verify. Voted for $305 billion highway bailout bill that also renews the Export Import Bank. Voted for two cyber security bills that violate the Fourth Amendment and privacy rights. Voted against removing John Boehner from Speaker of the HouseContinue reading

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Are Christians really too busy to care about what’s going on in America

272587419492802Are Christians really too busy to care?  So many Christians are wasting their time with unimportant things.

From watching stupid things on TV and sports, to going to the movie theater, to going to concerts. Listening to heretic music and heretic music stations. Reading heretic books. Many being indoctrinated at public schools and colleges.

Many Christian are supporting exactly what they should be fighting against.
Drinking alcohol, sleeping around, watching pornography. Getting abortions. Committing adultery. Getting tattoos and piercings.

Many Christians don’t vote or vote for the wrong things. (Not an endorsement of a presidential candidate)

They should at least have a little time every weekday or even every week to be informed, do research, have discernment and take prayerful action.

The Gospel needs to be preached (1 Cor 9:16) and sound doctrine needs to be taught (Titus 2:1). Christians should seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness (Matt 6:33).

But we should also care about what happens in our country (and even in the rest of the world).  Continue reading

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