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TAKE THAT TO THE BANK!! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for your right to life work -- a mission that is the foremost agenda of this country. You need to know that you have made a difference. You have had many successes and I will always be for you -- you can take that to the bank. Steve Sviggum, Former Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives WE ARE THANKFUL FOR THE MCCL!! We are thankful for the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) staff who are not letting the lies from groups such as Planned Parenthood go unchallenged. Keep up the fight, for there is a lot of work ahead for you! Tim T., Minneapolis A LEADER!!! I applaud Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for being a leader in the pro-life movement in the United States. You are saving your communities, your state and your culture from rack and ruin. Olivia Gans,
2 Dec 2010
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THANK YOU FOR GETTING THIS BILL HERE!! My hat is off to Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) and others who championed the Positive Alternatives Act. Anytime we can work together to promote positive alternatives to abortion, that's a good thing. Thank you for getting this bill here. Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty at signing of Positive Alternatives Act TREASURED CORRESPONDENCE!!! Thank you for continuing to send me Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) News and all the treasured correspondence. I read it and as all who are pro-life too, pray over every word. The Voter's Guide has been priceless. Thank you so much for everything. Joan G., White Bear Lake PRIMER ON STEM CELL RESEARCH!! Thank you for the primer on stem cell research in the October issue of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) News. Best explanation I have ever read! Pete M., Long Lake
2 Dec 2010
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POSITIVE ALTERNATIVES ACT!! My hat is off to Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) and others who championed the Positive Alternatives Act. Anytime we can work together to promote positive alternatives to abortion, that's a good thing. Thank you for getting this bill here. Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty at signing of Positive Alternatives Act THANK YOU!!! Thank you for continuing to send me Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) News and all the treasured correspondence. I read it and as all who are pro-life too, pray over every word. The Voter's Guide has been priceless. Thank you so much for everything. Joan G., White Bear Lake THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU ARE DOING!!! Thank you for all you are doing to protect innocent human life. I look forward to working with Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). U.S. Congressman Erik Paulsen
10 Dec 2010
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2010 PRIMARY ELECTION VOTERS GUIDE!! Thank you for the 2010 Primary Election Voter's Guide. I really appreciate it Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). Janine H., Moorhead THANK YOU MCCL FOR ALL THE HELP!! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for all the help in getting our pro-life billboards up. I think they really turned out just perfect. We hope and pray they change some hearts. Dr. Allen K., Jackson YOU HAVE MADE A DIFFERENCE!! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for your right to life work -- a mission that is the foremost agenda of this country. You need to know that you have made a difference. You have had many successes and I will always be for you -- you can take that to the bank. Steve Sviggum, Former Speaker of the Minnesota House of Representatives
10 Dec 2010
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I REALLY APPRECIATE IT!! Thank you for the 2010 Primary Election Voter's Guide. I really appreciate it Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). Janine H., Moorhead BEST..EVER!!! Thank you for the primer on stem cell research in the October issue of Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) News. Best explanation I have ever read! Pete M., Long Lake THE VOICE AND FACE OF..PRO-LIFE!!! Thank you, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), for holding your Student Day at the Capitol each year. It is very persuasive to have young people come to the Capitol and be the voice and face of the pro-life movement. Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty THANK YOU FOR TALKING WITH ME!! Thank you for talking with me yesterday. Keep up the good work Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL)! Susan S., Hibbing
13 Dec 2010
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PROTECT INNOCENT HUMAN LIFE!! Thank you for all you are doing to protect innocent human life. I look forward to working with Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). U.S. Congressman Erik Paulsen OUR BEST FRIENDS!! Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) is our premier pro-life organization in Minnesota. They work day after day on legislation. They are our best friends and they are the best friends of the unborn. Let's support MCCL so they can turn the hearts and minds of future fathers and mothers toward their children. U.S. Congresswoman Michele Bachmann GETTING OUR PRO-LIFE BILLBOARDS UP! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for all the help in getting our pro-life billboards up. I think they really turned out just perfect. We hope and pray they change some hearts. Dr. Allen K., Jackson
4 Jan 2011
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THE VOTERS GUIDE HAS BEEN PRICELESS!! Thank you for continuing to send me Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) News and all the treasured correspondence. I read it and as all who are pro-life too, pray over every word. The Voter's Guide has been priceless. Thank you so much for everything. Joan G., White Bear Lake THANK YOU!!! Thank you for the 2010 Primary Election Voter's Guide. I really appreciate it Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). Janine H., Moorhead STUDENT DAY AT THE CAPITOL EACH YEAR! Thank you, Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL), for holding your Student Day at the Capitol each year. It is very persuasive to have young people come to the Capitol and be the voice and face of the pro-life movement. Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty
4 Jan 2011
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SAVING YOUR COMMUNITIES!! I applaud Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for being a leader in the pro-life movement in the United States. You are saving your communities, your state and your culture from rack and ruin. Olivia Gans, RIGHT TO LIFE!! Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life stands alone as one of the most notable advocates of the unborn and their families. Your agenda embraces one of the founding principles of this great nation, that each individual is endowed by their creator with the right to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. It is this belief that has motivated MCCL since its founding in 1968 and it is a mission that is laudable. U.S. Congressman John Kline
2 Feb 2011
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SAVING YOUR COMMUNITIES!! I applaud Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for being a leader in the pro-life movement in the United States. You are saving your communities, your state and your culture from rack and ruin. Olivia Gans, RIGHT TO LIFE!! Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life stands alone as one of the most notable advocates of the unborn and their families. Your agenda embraces one of the founding principles of this great nation, that each individual is endowed by their creator with the right to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. It is this belief that has motivated MCCL since its founding in 1968 and it is a mission that is laudable. U.S. Congressman John Kline
2 Feb 2011
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BY SAMANTHA MCCLENDON Anchor: Jennifer Meckles You're watching multisource business news analysis from Newsy (Fox News) “There is a real and growing concern about a possible revolt in Saudi Arabia. And that folks could be a game changer.” A Facebook page created for Saudi Arabia calls for quote- “A Day of Rage” on March 11. The page demands the release of political prisoners, more rights for women, and more. (International Business Times) A columnist tells Fox News about what protests in Saudi Arabia could mean for the United States. CHARLES KRUTHAMMER: “You get a major eruption on March 11, all Hell is breaking loose because Saudi Arabia is the prize, it’s the treasure, it’s the gold at the end of the rainbow. it’s everything for the world economy. Then you have to think of Western intervention.” Western intervention? That could be the case. Saudi Arabia is the world’s top oil producer, but as production from other oil-rich countries in the region grows more uncertain, the Saudis have stepped up to meet demand. The Sydney Morning Herald Reports... “It is believed that the Saudi state oil company had increased its output to more than 9 million barrels per day - a rise of more than 700,000 barrels. The worsening situation in Libya has led to a loss of about 1.2 million barrels out of its 1.6 million barrels of daily output." And a writer for USA Today explains how turmoil in Saudi Arabia could hit international pocketbooks. “If political unrest in Libya spreads to other oil-rich countries [such as Saudi Arabia] and the ensuing chaos disrupts crude oil production, gas prices could hit $5 a gallon by peak summer driving season, industry analysts say.” World Threats says over 400 people are involved on the Facebook page, but there’s no guarantee anything will get off the ground. “...it is unknown how many of them are actually inside Saudi Arabia. In addition, there is deep skepticism about the ability to organize such an event given the theocratic rule of the Royal Family.” So if gas prices were to hit 5 dollars a gallon, would you support U.S. intervention in Saudi Arabia? Leave your comments in the comments section. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
1 Mar 2011
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I LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH MCCL! Thank you for all you are doing to protect innocent human life. I look forward to working with Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL). U.S. Congressman Erik Paulsen COVERAGE OF THE ELECTIONS!! Dear Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) -- Thank you for your coverage of the elections and candidates. You do a terrific job of informing and increasing awareness. James C., Rochester PRAY THEY CHANGE SOME HEARTS!! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for all the help in getting our pro-life billboards up. I think they really turned out just perfect. We hope and pray they change some hearts. Dr. Allen K., Jackson
3 Mar 2011
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Ed Butowsky, Managing Partner of Chapwood Investments Management, discusses with NBC 5's Ashanti Blaize about the NFL lockout and growing concerns by proffessional athletes has them looking for other work. Read more about this at *******bit.ly/dJYHgW.
21 Mar 2011
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KEEP UP THE FIGHT!! We are thankful for the Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) staff who are not letting the lies from groups such as Planned Parenthood go unchallenged. Keep up the fight, for there is a lot of work ahead for you! Tim T., Minneapolis I APPRECIATE ALL THE WORK YOU DO, MCCL!!! I appreciate all the work you do, MCCL. Thanks for the Voter's Guide mailings. -- Robert J., Marshall, Minn. THANK YOU MCCL FOR ALL THE HELP!! Thank you Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life (MCCL) for all the help in getting our pro-life billboards up. I think they really turned out just perfect. We hope and pray they change some hearts. Dr. Allen K., Jackson
21 Mar 2011
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BY: SAMUEL JOSEPH ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource global news analysis from Newsy. Energy concerns rise as Japan is hit with the largest aftershock since the March 11th 8.9 magnitude earthquake. Thursday’s 7.1 magnitude aftershock knocked out power to more than two million homes in northeast Japan, lasting more than a minute and killing three people while injuring hundreds more. And it’s not just household outages that have people worried. The Fukushima nuclear reactors -- which have been front and center since the March 11 quake -- did not suffer significant further damage this round. But ABC reports, other plants were not so fortunate. NEAL KARLINSKY: “At two other facilities, the Onogawa Nuclear Plant and the Higashidori Plant, the quake caused power outages that forced both on to emergency generators to keep fuel rods safe. At Onogawa, water from spent fuel roads actually spilled on to the floor, but was contained. Experts monitoring the crisis worry that more strain is being put on reactors that are already overburdened.” Five coal-powered plants were also shut down, increasing the strain on Japan’s power sources. With the anticipated peak in electricity usage during the upcoming summer months, the Japanese government has taken steps to prevent widespread power grid failure. According to American Chronicle... “...the government appears to believe massive blackouts would occur unless measures backed by the force of law are in place. Such concern has prompted the government to call on leading companies to reduce electricity consumption by 25 percent to 30 percent over last year.” Households are being asked to cut electricity usage between 15 to 20 percent. This has prompted some to buy energy efficient bulbs and appliances -- and the BBC reports, businesses are feeling the squeeze as well. TOSHIO NAKAMURA: “We are proposing changes in the way we operate, like changing hours to work during the night or in the early morning. Some shops can close on Monday, and others on Tuesday to have some sort of rotating system. We’re not using elevators, turning down lights and not having the air conditioning on too cold.” The issues with the Onogawa and Higashidori plants, along with the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima plant, have caused serious doubts about the future of nuclear power in Japan. According to officials interviewed by the Denki Shimbun - the future of nuclear power is still unclear. “Depending on the future development of the accident, we could be drawn into a situation where we will temporarily not be able to support nuclear power, which had been actively promoted by the national government as national policy.” More aftershocks are expected for the next few months. Follow Newsy on Twitter Newsy_Videos for updates in your stream. Get more multisource world video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy
12 Apr 2011
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Measurable traits in draftable players don't tell the whole story. Many potential draftees have slid down draft boards this year--including two players from Auburn--because of off-the-field concerns.
12 Apr 2011
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Better hits the streets to find out some of the top concerns for parents this prom season.
14 Apr 2011
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