Saturday, July 07, 2007

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Massachusetts Begins Universal Health Care

VeriChip - Silverman to Focus on VeriChip Corp. Growth

Scott R. Silverman Resigns as Chairman of Applied Digital’s Board of Directors to Place Added Focus on VeriChip Corporation

Legislators want state to reject ID

"A Rose and A Prayer"

Prayers of thanksgiving and praise to OUR HEAVENLY FATHER!

A Rose and a Prayer Defeats Delaware Stem Cell Legislation in US Rep. Mike Castle's Home State

To defeat SB 5, A Rose and a Prayer has led regular prayer vigils since January, mobilized tens of thousands of Delawareans to call their legislators, and delivered more than 4,000 roses to Legislative Hall, each labeled with the name of a single constituent who opposed the bill. One of the hallmarks of A Rose and a Prayer is the strong working relationships developed between Catholic and Evangelical Christians to defeat the bill.

This is the second time A Rose and a Prayer has defeated legislation that would have legalized human embryonic stem cell research in Delaware. In 2006, A Rose and a Prayer orchestrated an 8-day, 2,400-person prayer vigil, the delivery of 2,500 roses from constituents, and as many as 25,000 constituent phone calls to legislators. As a result of those efforts, SB 80 was stripped of all mention of human embryos.