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I think the answer is no, not worth a war with Russia over Crimea. And if it's not worth a war, it's smart not to make threats that could move us closer to such a war if the threats don't work.
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The crisis in the Ukraine is a highly-dangerous situation. Few people outside the country know what is going on in the nation of 45 million people.  Confusion reigns over the region, after Vladimir Putin carried out a Russian invasion of Crimea.

The prime minister there announced most of the military has surrendered to his pro-Russian government. Sergei Aksyonov asserted he has control over the peninsula, even as Ukrainian troops continue to fight the invasion.











The Black Sea Fleet under command of Russia is planning to support their troops in the nation. Unrest resulted in the ouster of Viktor Yanukovych, the one-time president of the Ukraine. Russian leaders claim he requested Russian assistance.

The prime minister stated "There is no safety threat to human life in Crimea." Not everyone agrees with that optimistic assessment.

Nicolai Petro is a Fulbright research scholar, and a professor of politics at the University of Rhode Island. He has recently written many articles talking about life in the Ukraine during this crisis that could threaten the existence of the nation.









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.. We've been encouraged to discriminate based on age," he explained.  Shame on Florida!









There's no law on the books putting a cap on pain pill sales, but the pressure from the DEA, is a different story.

"Now we turn down a lot of patients who are cancer patients, HIV/AIDS, sickle cell anemia patients, that the untrained person can look at and see that they have a serious medical condition ... and those are the people we can't fill prescriptions for ... because we don't have the supply. We can't get the medication this is cruel and can be corrected," said the pharmacist.

With limited medication, he said he's been advised to pick and choose who he serves.
"Some of the things they've tried to get us to institute are criminal background checks on patients ...They told me if they've been arrested, not necessarily convicted, in their lifetime of a drug or alcohol event that would deny them medication for the rest of their life." is this fair! what does a dying/ terminal ill person have to do with his or her criminal record, so basically if I have stage 4 cancer or full blown AIDS (the worst) then I will be refused pain medications? who the hell came up with this idea is absolutely in sane this is something Hitler would have impose on the people.

Wendorff said she has never abused or been arrested for drugs, but her age could play a role in why she has been denied.

"One of the unwritten rules is no one below the age of 35. I can tell you we've turned down several wounded warriors who can't get their medicine ... We've been encouraged to discriminate based on age," he explained.  Shame on Florida!
UF Health Clinical Pharmacist Joseph Cammilleri said, "From working in pain management everyday I think it's a huge deal ...

I know a lot of pharmacies that won't even order the medications anymore just because they don't want to deal with that type of clientele or deal with extra scrutiny from the DEA."  I hope you publish this story thank you a million

I strongly believe its time for Medical Marajuana

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Its time to legalize Medical Marijuana
MY STORY HURTS  2016










Florida law enforcement done a good job of keeping those pill junkies out of our state Florida however law makers failed to create a system that would authorize pharmacists the ease of filling pain medications for those with diseases, terminal diseases, severe medical conditions, after operations, cancer, and HIV/AIDS.

I have Breast Cancer and my Doctor prescribed me Oycodone for my pain some nights I cant sleep and the cancer is moving into my lungs now.  BUT despite the fact that my doctor writes me pain medications no one will fill them, my husband and I find ourselves pharmacy hopping and this isn't fair it's torture and sometimes while were surfing the state to find a pharmacy to fill my pain med's we have to pull over to the side of the road so I can vomit.

I even tell the pharmacist that I have cancer and beg for him or her to fill it and im told one or all of the following : 
1. Oh im sorry we don't have this in stock which are 95% lies the truth is they do not know me.  I actually watched one pharmacy fill Oxycodone after telling me just 20 minutes ago they were all out or they only have three pills left in stock.

2. Oh I cant fill this because your out of your district, the pharmacy can only fill your pills that is no further then 30 miles from your home address.
3.  We haven't carried these pills in a long time.  CVS is a huge chain store and they don't carry a familiar pain medication !
4.  Were all out but you can stop back next week.
5. Or I cant fill this right now because I first need to call your doctor then the insurance company and I may not even have them in.

You get the message, and its ALWAYS those fucking dot heads or so called Indians that hate filling pain medication, that's called profiling and its illega
So I called the Drug Enforcement Agency DEA and told them my problem and they tell me that its illegal for them to not fill your prescription, or if they don't have it in stock they have to find a pharmacy for you that can fill them.  Which is a joke !  I fed up with suffering day after day, no sleep, its terrible so I tried Marijuana and it actually helped my pain but I cant continue to smoke it because my doctor does random drug tests and would discharge me from his practice if its found in me then I will have a new problem finding another doctor. 
This flaw requires immediate action beginning with Governor Rick Scott's office.  Please call his office and write to him and ask your friends to do the same I cant do this alone and i'm so tired of crying in pain.

Thank you for publishing my story.

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Florida law enforcement done a good job of keeping those pill junkies out of our state Florida however law makers failed to create a system that would authorize pharmacists the ease of filling pain medications  their Doctor diagnoses appropriate without questions and threats of loosing their medical license.  This crackdown proved necessary but is causing the already sick unnecessary pain.  This flaw requires immediate action beginning with Governor Rick Scott's office.  See below how to send your letter to his office at the end of this article.  If your not sure how to word your petition just be truthful about how this new law is effecting your health, be polite.

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Black activists have raised the call for an end to violence, not an escalation of it. Yesterday’s attack was the result of the actions of a lone gunman. To assign the actions of one person to an entire movement is dangerous and irresponsible. We continue our efforts to bring about a better world for all of us."
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The names of the five officers killed during an ambush Thursday night have been released. Some worked for DART and some for the Dallas Police Department. There were a total of 12 officers shot and two civilians.
Brent Thompson, 43. Morgan Lyons with DART says Thompson is the first officer killed in the line of duty since 1989 when the department formed. Thompson had worked for DART police since 2009.

Patrick Zamarripa, 32. One of the officers gunned down by snipers in Dallas was Patrick Zamarripa of Fort Worth, a 2001 graduate of Paschal High School, young father and war veteran who was described by friends as a “gentleman” who loved America.

 






"He was an avid Rangers fan. But more importantly a great person, and family man."


Michael Krol, 40. WFAA sister station WXYZ in Detroit confirms the identity of another DPD officer killed, Michael Krol, who had worked for DPD for nine years after moving to Texas from Michigan.







“Those officers made the ultimate sacrifice and died honoring their oaths to protect and serve. Our thoughts and prayers go out to their families and also the Dallas Police Department.


Michael Smith, 55. Smith's brother-in-law called him an exceptional father to two young girls. He served as an Army Ranger and went on to attend the Lamar Institute of Technology.
His brother-in-law said he recently had a talk with Smith about retirement, but said the officer was more concerned about his fellow officers and remained on the force.






Mike exemplified Christ in the way he loved, cared for, engaged with and ultimately laid down his life for others. If Mike could tell you one thing, I am certain that it would be this, “Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him” (1 Thessalonians 4:13,14)."


Brent Thompson, 43. Morgan Lyons with DART says Thompson is the first officer killed in the line of duty since 1989 when the department formed. Thompson had worked for DART police since 2009.







"My grown children are also devastated by his loss as are his friends and family. To be deployed as a Marine numerous times only to be murdered like this is unbelievable."
"My grown children are also devastated by his loss as are his friends and family. To be deployed as a Marine numerous times only to be murdered like this is unbelievable."


Texas Rangers prospect Joey Gallo shared an image on his Instagram profile of a moment he had with officer Patrick Zamarripa several months before the deadly shooting.
"We ended up having a 15 minute conversation about sports with him," he wrote. "He was an avid Rangers fan. But more importantly a great person, and family man."








meet us. His name is Patrick Zamarripa, one of the officers killed in last night’s shootings in Dallas. I'll never forget how kind and down to Earth he was.


Fallen officer described as 'big, bald cop
with wicked sense of humor'







You know this is the guy we called, ‘Meat,'" said his friend, Sr. Cpl. Jaime Castro. "A big guy, invincible."

He and those that knew the 48-year-old senior corporal still can't believe someone so tough and physically imposing is gone. He was killed in an ambush-style attack Thursday night in downtown along with three other Dallas officers,  Patricio Zamarripa, Michael Krol, and Sgt. Michael Smith. A DART officer, Brent Thompson, was also killed.

The minute I walked in (to the hospital) and they said, ‘Ahrens,' I was like it can't be him,” Castro said.

Ahrens underwent surgery. Those that know him thought if anybody could survive being shot multiple times with an assault weapon it was Ahrens.

“You just didn’t think anything could happen to him,” said Ron Pinkston, president of the Dallas Police Association.

Castro has known Ahrens since his rookie days in the early 2000s. He says he'll never the forget a moment that gave him the measure of the man Ahrens was.

They were about to make a drug bust.

“He puts his hand on my shoulder and he said, ‘I got your back brother,’’’ Castro said. “He said, ‘Don't worry about it. I'm willing to take a bullet for you, man’ And at that moment I knew he got it. He understood what the job entailed. He understood the reality.”

The FBII and States Attorneys are investigating ...
“We are saddened by the loss of the dedicated officers in Dallas, one of whom was a former member of this agency, and also the wounding of the other officers,” said Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon. 
"Mike Smith served at Watermark alongside a few other servant-hearted, faithful Dallas police officers," said Liz Brock of the fallen officer. "I talked with Mike almost every Sunday since I started my job last May. A member here himself, Mike 
Texas Rangers prospect Joey Gallo shared an image on his Instagram profile of a moment he had with Officer Zamarripa several months before the deadly shooting. "We ended up having a 15 minute conversation about sports with him," he wrote.
April Lotman Wynn, who said she's a family friend and once worked with Thomspon at Collin Middle School in Corsicana, said "he was simply one of the best human beings I have ever known."
"He was a very special man who had a great rapport with the students and all who met him,"
“A couple months ago @nomazara26 and I were walking down the street in downtown Dallas. When an officer stopped us, Mazara and I immediately became nervous,” Gallo wrote. “‘I know who you guys are’ he said. ‘Joey Gallo and Nomar Mazara, can I get a picture with you guys please?’ It was definitely a first for me and Nomar to have an officer, a true hero, want to
DALLAS — Lorne Ahrens was a big, bald cop with a wicked sense of humor.

He had a crooked smile no one could forget.

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Black lives do matter and Police need to respect all citizens, they work for us, we pay them from our taxes taken from our work checks every week. 
We must keep in mind that White lives matter just as well and Cops lives matter too, this is a problem that requires everyone to respect and love one another. 
Martin Luther Kings dream NEVER came true and how many years has it been ? you do the math...

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