Now is what we have. Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow is not promised. – Submitted By Rev. Dr. Alice Belcher of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters

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The Rev. Dr Alice Belcher of Milwaukee, WI.

Reverend Dr., Alice Belcher is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters in addition to being a popular Milwaukee, Wisconsin radio personality and advocate for the prevention of Domestic Violence. As a co-owner of Impact Coalition For Families, Inc., a non-profit organization Dr. Belcher provides individuals training and certification in Domestic Violence with an ongoing mission – To improve the lives of families by empowering human service providers and others who would make a difference (students, professionals, advocates and allies), to assist families in need. In scaffolding human service providers with a core culturally competent, peer reviewed, best-practices through a standardized curriculum for DV advocacy, we first do no harm in violence intervention and prevention. Thus, positively impacting families for sustainable change to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. https://www.facebook.com/ICFWisconsin

If I could turn back the hands of time, I wonder what things I would do differently? What would you do differently and can you start doing some of those things differently now?

Now is what we have. Yesterday is gone. Tomorrow is not promised.

~ Dr. Alice Belcher

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“Another Good Hood Report” – Submitted By Rev. Dr. Alice Belcher of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters

alicebelcher7Reverend Dr., Alice Belcher is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters in addition to being a popular Milwaukee, Wisconsin radio personality and advocate for the prevention of Domestic Violence. As a co-owner of Impact Coalition For Families, Inc., a non-profit organization Dr. Belcher provides individuals training and certification in Domestic Violence with an ongoing mission – To improve the lives of families by empowering human service providers and others who would make a difference (students, professionals, advocates and allies), to assist families in need. In scaffolding human service providers with a core culturally competent, peer reviewed, best-practices through a standardized curriculum for DV advocacy, we first do no harm in violence intervention and prevention. Thus, positively impacting families for sustainable change to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. https://www.facebook.com/ICFWisconsin Continue reading

“WEEP FOR ME” In memory of Barbara Killibrew of Milwaukee, WI. – Written By Rev. Dr. Alice Belcher of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters

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The Rev. Dr Alice Belcher of Milwaukee, WI.

Reverend Dr., Alice Belcher is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters in addition to being a popular Milwaukee, Wisconsin radio personality and advocate for the prevention of Domestic Violence. As a co-owner of Impact Coalition For Families, Inc., a non-profit organization Dr. Belcher provides individuals training and certification in Domestic Violence with an ongoing mission – To improve the lives of families by empowering human service providers and others who would make a difference (students, professionals, advocates and allies), to assist families in need. In scaffolding human service providers with a core culturally competent, peer reviewed, best-practices through a standardized curriculum for DV advocacy, we first do no harm in violence intervention and prevention. Thus, positively impacting families for sustainable change to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. https://www.facebook.com/ICFWisconsin Continue reading

The Ultimate: Domestic Violence Homicide – Written By Rev. Dr. Alice Belcher of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters

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The Rev. Dr Alice Belcher of Milwaukee, WI.

Reverend Dr., Alice Belcher is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters in addition to being a popular Milwaukee, Wisconsin radio personality and advocate for the prevention of Domestic Violence. As a co-owner of Impact Coalition For Families, Inc., a non-profit organization Dr. Belcher provides individuals training and certification in Domestic Violence with an ongoing mission – To improve the lives of families by empowering human service providers and others who would make a difference (students, professionals, advocates and allies), to assist families in need. In scaffolding human service providers with a core culturally competent, peer reviewed, best-practices through a standardized curriculum for DV advocacy, we first do no harm in violence intervention and prevention. Thus, positively impacting families for sustainable change to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. https://www.facebook.com/ICFWisconsin

alicebelcher1Police officers walk in front of a high-rise apartment building where they say a man and his son died after plummeting from the building in New York on Sunday, Dec. 22.

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Police in New York say a 35-year-old man apparently threw his 3-year-old son from a 52-story apartment building before jumping to his death.
NEW YORK — A man involved in a custody dispute who was supposed to turn his 3-year-old son over to the boy’s mother instead threw the child off the roof of a 52-story Manhattan apartment building before jumping to his death, police said. Continue reading

Politically Correct Communication vs. Human Rights Communication – Written By Rev. Dr. Alice Belcher of the Universal Life Church World Headquarters

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The Rev. Dr Alice Belcher of Milwaukee, WI.

Reverend Dr., Alice Belcher is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters in addition to being a popular Milwaukee, Wisconsin radio personality and advocate for the prevention of Domestic Violence. As a co-owner of Impact Coalition For Families, Inc., a non-profit organization Dr. Belcher provides individuals training and certification in Domestic Violence with an ongoing mission – To improve the lives of families by empowering human service providers and others who would make a difference (students, professionals, advocates and allies), to assist families in need. In scaffolding human service providers with a core culturally competent, peer reviewed, best-practices through a standardized curriculum for DV advocacy, we first do no harm in violence intervention and prevention. Thus, positively impacting families for sustainable change to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. https://www.facebook.com/ICFWisconsin
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Americans Eating Meat from Diseased Animals from Reverend Dr. Alice Belcher an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church

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The Rev. Dr Alice Belcher of Milwaukee, WI.

Reverend Dr., Alice Belcher is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church World Headquarters in addition to being a popular Milwaukee, Wisconsin radio personality and advocate for the prevention of Domestic Violence. As a co-owner of Impact Coalition For Families, Inc., a non-profit organization Dr. Belcher provides individuals training and certification in Domestic Violence with an ongoing mission – To improve the lives of families by empowering human service providers and others who would make a difference (students, professionals, advocates and allies), to assist families in need. In scaffolding human service providers with a core culturally competent, peer reviewed, best-practices through a standardized curriculum for DV advocacy, we first do no harm in violence intervention and prevention. Thus, positively impacting families for sustainable change to end domestic violence and sexual assault in our communities. https://www.facebook.com/ICFWisconsin 

 

“I cannot believe people in this country are being sold sick animals with pus-filled meat! Who knew. Right! I’m seriously looking into vegan.” ~ Reverend Alice Belcher

Meat From Diseased Animals Approved For Consumers WASHINGTON - 

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The federal agency overseeing food inspection is imposing new rules reclassifying as safe for human consumption animal carcasses with cancers, tumors and open sores. Federal meat inspectors and consumer groups are protesting the move to classify tumors and open sores as aesthetic problems, which permits the meat to get the government’s purple seal of approval as a wholesome food product. “I don’t want to eat pus from a chicken that has pneumonia. I think it’s gross,” said Wenonah Hauter, director of Public Citizen’s Critical Mass Energy Project. “Most Americans don’t want to eat this sort of contamination in their meals.” Delmer Jones, a federal food inspector for 41 years who lives in Renlap, Ala., said he’s so revolted by the lowering of food wholesomeness standards that he doesn’t buy meat at the supermarket anymore because he doesn’t trust that it is safe to eat. “I eat very little to no meat, but sardines and fish,” said Jones, president of the National Joint Council of Meat Inspection Locals, a union of 7,000 meat inspectors nationwide affiliated with the American Federation of Government Employees. He said he’s trying to get his wife to stop eating meat. “I’ve told her what she’s eating.” The union is battling related Agriculture Department plans to rely on scientific testing of samples of butchered meats to determine the wholesomeness of meat, rather than traditional item-by-item scrutiny by federal inspectors. A 1959 federal law requires inspectors from the Agriculture Department’s Food Inspection and Safety System to inspect all slaughtered animals before they can be sold for human consumption. The Agriculture Department began implementing the new policy as part of a pilot project in 24 slaughter houses last October, and plans to expand the system nationwide covering poultry, beef and pork. The agency this month extended until Aug. 29 the time for the public to comment on the regulations, and won’t issue final rules until after the comments are received. In 1998, the inspections and safety system reclassified an array of animal diseases as being “defects that rarely or never present a direct public health risk” and said “unaffected carcass portions” could be passed on to consumers by cutting out lesions. Among animal diseases the agency said don’t present a health danger are: – Cancer; – A pneumonia of poultry called airsacculitis; – Glandular swellings or lymphomas; – Sores; – Infectious arthritis; – Diseases caused by intestinal worms. In the case of tumors, the guidelines state: “remove localized lesion(s) and pass unaffected carcass portions.” “They just cut off the areas,” said Carol Blake, spokeswoman for the Agriculture Department’s inspection and safety system. But Jones and consumer groups say production lines are moving so fast that they can’t catch all the diseased carcasses, and some are ending up on supermarket shelves. “When I started inspecting, inspectors were looking at 13 birds a minute, then 40, and now it’s 91 birds a minute with three inspectors. You cannot do your job with 91 birds a minute,” Jones said. The Agriculture Department is also experimenting with proposed rules that would require federal food inspectors to monitor what the plant employees are doing, rather than inspecting each carcass individually. They are aimed at bringing a new scientific approach to federal meat inspection to cut down on E. coli bacteria and other contamination. The inspection and safety agency says a survey of pilot plants using the new system concluded that less than 1 percent of the poultry examined at the end of the production line and released for public consumption was unwholesome. At a public hearing on the findings this year, Karen Henderson of Agriculture’s division of field operations admitted that defective carcasses are being approved for human use under the pilot program. “Absolutely. There’s no system that we are aware of that is capable of removing every defect from the process,” she said. Felicia Nestor, director of the Government Accountability Project, a Washington watchdog group, said the pilot project found chickens with higher levels of fecal and other contamination than in traditional methods of inspecting. “A lot of diseased animals are going out,” she said. A. Raymond Randolph, a federal appeals court judge, this month said federal food safety laws require meat and poultry inspectors to examine every carcass that moves through slaughterhouses and processing plants. “The laws clearly contemplate that when inspections are done, it will be federal inspectors, rather than private employees, who will make the critical determination whether a product is adulterated or unadulterated,” he said. “Under the proposed plan, federal inspectors would be inspecting people, not carcasses.” 

By Lance Gay gayl@shns.com  

Scripps Howard News Service 
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The Universal Life Church World Headquarters as the name implies is a worldwide Religious Non-Profit Organization that extends its reach to the every corner of the globe. Our Boca Raton Offices and Conference Center is located at the intersection of Glades and I-95, near numerous dining options, luxury hotels and fine shopping. Immersed amongst the elite of businesses in Boca Raton. Our World Headquarters is also a “GREEN” building benefiting the occupants and environment. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters defends the unborn, feeds the hungry, shelters the homeless, educates the young, welcomes refugees, and cares for the sick, both at home and abroad. We believe the Bible is the verbally inspired, inerrant Word of God. It is the complete revelation of His will for salvation and the only unfailing rule of faith and practice for the Christian life. We believe the Lord Jesus Christ died for our sins and that all who believe in Him are declared righteous because of His sacrificial death and are, therefore, in right relationship with God. The long and illustrious legacy of this institution is noted for its non-discrimination and acceptance of all faith based men or women who seek ordination as a Non-Denominational Minister and/or as an Independent Catholic Priest. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters offers traditional weekly services, traditional laying on the hands ordination within a brick n/mortar Church or by proxy of the Holy Spirit through the convenience of modern technology. The Universal Life Church World Headquarters also offers weekly services, archived and heard through the Universal Life Church Radio Network. If you wish to become a minister, get ordained or serve as a wedding official we offer instant online ordination as well. Please go to: http://www.ulcnetwork.com 
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