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the ‘Occupied Nation’ Show (9/26/2013)

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On this weeks ‘Occupied Nation’ Show we spoke with Christina Gonzalez, Green Party candidate for CIty Council District 7 in NYC , who was arrested a few days ago. We also spoke with Josh Sager about the hard facts in regard to guns. And also had a very informative discussion with Terra Freidrichs about Pass Mass Amendment. We featured Leaders Led on the 4:20 Intermission, as well as covering a few other subjects.

Occupied Nation is Looking for Event Announcements for LIVE Broadcast on Occupied Nation, Mondays @ 3pm

Occupied Nation airs every Monday from 3-6pm covering Occupy Boston, Occupy and many other events, ideas and reactions! Send host Boston George all the info you’d like announced on the air Mondays @ 3pm!

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  • Occupied Nation is looking for Occupy Boston and Occupy events to announce over the air, Mondays at 3pm on http://www.obr.fm. Please submit all events by Sunday at 3pm to be included in the Monday broadcast. Thank you!

  • And there’s a link at the top of the blog page, click  “Event Submissions”

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Evangelical Leaders Split Over Violence Against Women Act | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction

Theology in Action

Pardon me if I think this is something you should be SPLIT over….

Evangelical Leaders Split Over Violence Against Women Act | Christianity Today | A Magazine of Evangelical Conviction.

House passes bill that removes protections for immigrant women who are victims of violence.

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) reauthorized by Congress Wednesday removes protections for immigrant women who are victims of violence. Some faith leaders, including National Association of Evangelicals president Leith Anderson, oppose stripping away provisions that could aid mail-order brides and other immigrants. Other evangelical groups, including Concerned Women for America, want the act scrapped altogether.

Many women come to the U.S. on visas because they are married to a U.S. citizen. But if a wife leaves the husband because of violence in the home, she risks being deported. The act allows…

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