Porn Star To Pastor…

(The Sun) Crystal Bassette, from Clay, New York, starred in over 100 X-rated movies during her 10-year career. But she has turned her life around after finding God and marrying a pastor called David, 26, who she now runs a church with.

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Crystal said: “I look back at my past now and you know I can’t say that I really regret anything because it has made me who I am today.”

Falling pregnant at 16, Crystal was determined to give her son the best life she could.

However, after moving to Hollywood from North Carolina she realised that living in a safe neighbourhood came with a sky-high price tag.

Following a few years of modelling, feature dancing and pole competitions, Crystal – now 33 – met with an adult film agent to discuss starring in porn films…

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Pastor Compares Planned Parenthood To Islamic Terrorists

(LifeNews) A Tennessee pastor compared Planned Parenthood to radical Islam last week after learning that someone made a donation to the abortion business in his name.

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Pastor Greg Locke of the Global Vision Bible Church in Tennessee has been very vocal about conservative causes, including the right to life for unborn babies, according to Christian Daily.

Last week on Facebook, Locke posted a short video condemning Planned Parenthood for killing millions of unborn babies in abortions. The video was prompted by a card that he received in the mail from Planned Parenthood, thanking him for a donation. On the video, Locke threw the card in the trash, telling the pro-abortion donor that it was an “absolute waste of your money.”

“There has never been an organization in the world that has killed more innocent people, other than radical Islam, other than Planned Parenthood,” Locke said. “Planned Parenthood does not give the flip of a wooden nickel about women’s health care. It’s a bunch of deceptive individuals who are in it for the money.”

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7 Countries That Love Abortion: Netherlands


Abortion in the Netherlands was fully legalized on November 1, 1984, allowing abortions to be done on-demand until the twenty-first week. Cases which involve urgent medical attention can be aborted until the twenty-fourth week. There is a five-day waiting period for abortions.

Abortion was deemed illegal under the Penal Code of 1886. Convictions were all but precluded, however, by a requirement that the prosecution prove that the fetus had been alive until the abortion. The Morality Acts of 1911 closed this loophole and strictly barred all abortions except those performed to save the life of the pregnant woman.

Legalization reached the forefront of public debate in the Netherlands during the 1970s as many other Western European countries liberalized their laws. The Staten-General, however, was unable to reach a consensus between those opposing legalization, those in favor of allowing abortion and those favoring a compromise measure. A controversial abortion law was passed in 1981 with single swing vote: 76 pro and 74 against in the House of Representatives and 38 pro and 37 against in the Senate. The law left abortion a crime, unless performed at a clinic or hospital that is issued an official abortion certificate by the Dutch government, and the woman who is asking for the abortion declares she considers it to be an emergency. The law came into effect on November 1, 1984.

Currently, there are a little over 100 Dutch general hospitals certified to perform abortions, and 17 specialized abortion clinics. More than 90% of abortions take place in the specialized clinics.

In the Netherlands, abortion performed by a certified clinic or hospital is effectually allowed at any point between conception and viability, subject to a five-day waiting period. After the first trimester, the procedure becomes stricter as two doctors must consent to treatment. In practice, abortions are performed until approximately 24 weeks into pregnancy, although this limit is the topic of ongoing discussion among physicians in the Netherlands, since, due to recent medical advancements, a fetus can sometimes be considered viable prior to 24 weeks. As a result of this debate, abortions are only rarely performed after 22 weeks of pregnancy. Abortions after the first trimester must be performed in a hospital.

Eat At A Clean Restaurant


According to the Center for Disease Control, one in six Americans become sick from food borne illnesses, 128,000 needs to be hospitalized and 3,000 people lose their lives. The Center for Disease Control also says about 36% of documented outbreaks are because restaurants are handling foods improperly.

How to tell if you are eating at a clean restaurant? One sure way is to check out the bathrooms. The cleanliness of an eatery’s restroom can tell you a lot about the cleanliness of the restaurant as a whole. Not only is a dirty bathroom indicative of a lack of cleaning in other parts of the restaurant, remember that it’s also the bathroom that the staff uses during their shifts. If the staff is in this area just as much as the guests and doesn’t see the need to clean, other areas of the restaurant may also be neglected.

Do the floors look like they’ve been recently mopped? Are the toilets wiped clean? Is there soap left in the dispenser? What do you smell the second you walk into a stall? These are all signs you need to look for when it comes to the restrooms and the restaurant in general. If a bathroom is pristine, walk back to your table with confidence and a smile on your face, knowing you’re dining with an establishment that cares about details.

If you do get sick please report the restaurant to the authorities. When two or more people get the same illness from the same contaminated food or drink, the event is called a foodborne outbreak. Reporting illnesses to your local health department helps them identify potential outbreaks of foodborne disease. Public health officials investigate outbreaks to control them, so more people do not get