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  1. Celery juice is a super cancer-fighter. This humble vegetable contains apigenin and luteolin—compounds that are bioactive flavonoids that fight cancer cells. Flavonoids are occurring naturally in plant pigments that work as antioxidants and have the capacity to combat free radicals in the body.

    The apigenin compound in celery fights cancer cells by inducing apoptosis (programmed cell death), which causes the cancer cells to self-destruct. In addition to apigenin's antioxidant and anti-tumor properties, it is traditionally used in Chinese medicine for its capacity to treat gout and some arthritic conditions. It is also a powerful anti-inflammatory compound.

    Luteolin has the capacity to disrupt the replication cycle of cancer cells. A study published in the BioMed Central Gastroenterology journal discovered that luteolin is able to block the signal pathways (IGF and PI3K) which are necessary for the growth of cancer cells, specifically colorectal cancers. In developed nations, colon cancer is the second most frequent cause of cancer-related death.

    Today's Recipe

    Energize-Your-Day Cocktail

    • 1 apple (green is lower in sugar)
    • 2 dark green leaves (chard, collard or kale)
    • 1 rib of celery with leaves
    • 1 lemon, peeled if not organic
    • 1/2 cucumber, peeled if not organic
    • 1/2- to 1-inch-chunk fresh ginger root, peeled

    Cut the apple into sections that fit your juicer's feed tube. Roll the green leaves and push through the feed tube with the apple, celery, lemon, cucumber, and ginger. Stir the juice and pour into a glass. Drink as soon as possible. Serves one. {eoa}

    Cherie Calbom, M.S., holds a Master of Science in whole foods nutrition from Bastyr University. Known as "The Juice Lady" for her work with juicing and health, she is the author of 32 books, including her latest book The Juice Lady's Guide to Fasting. She and her husband offer juice-cleanse retreats throughout the year, 30-Day Detox online and Garden's Best Juice Powder. "What You Can Do When Your Healing Doesn't Come" is one point from her teaching "7 Keys to Your Supernatural Healing." You can connect with Cherie at juiceladycherie.com.

    This article originally appeared at juiceladycherie.com.

  2. As American workers start seeing higher take-home pay, thanks to the tax cuts driven by President Donald Trump, the bonuses from American companies are quickly adding up.

    House Majority Whip Steve Scalise keeps a running total of tax reform benefits on his website and says that 4 million workers have been given $3 billion in bonuses from 300 companies.

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, however, can't seem to get in on the excitement. Last month, she famously said $1,000 bonuses for American workers were merely "crumbs" in comparison to the huge tax savings companies were seeing. But in 2011, according to Fox News, Pelosi touted a $40 payroll tax cut passed by President Obama as "a victory for all Americans" that will "make a difference."

    Stephen E. Strang, author of the best-selling book God and Donald Trump, says the tangible results of tax reform are now being felt where it counts—in wallets—despite what Trump's detractors say.

    "President Trump promised a renewed focus on jobs, business and creating a more favorable trade balance for U.S. manufacturing," Strang writes in God and Donald Trump. "For too long, blue-collar communities have seen their factories closed down and their jobs shipped overseas. America's mounting trade deficit and destabilized manufacturing base have impoverished entire regions of the country. Once proud coal-mining communities have been devastated, and families have been ripped apart. For many voters, the promise of a new focus on jobs and infrastructure was the No. 1 reason for supporting Donald Trump. With his record of success in the business world, they trusted his ability to revise the tax code, reduce burdens on employers, strengthen the business climate and put Americans back to work.

    "Trump's plan, even on the campaign trail well over a year ago, began with pro-growth tax reform and lower rates for Americans in every tax bracket," Strang added. "After a hard-fought road, Congress did indeed simplify the tax code and lower the corporate tax rate, which was one of the highest in the world. As a job creator and businessman himself, the president knows the importance of getting Washington out of the way and letting business owners do what they do best."

    Republican lawmakers aren't letting Pelosi's "crummy" comment fall by the wayside. In a nod to her epic choice of words, Rep. Todd Rokita. R-Ind., is unveiling the "Creating Relief and Useful Middle-Class Benefits and Savings"—or CRUMBS—Act, which would make bonuses received by workers in 2018 tax-free up to $2,500, Fox News also reported.

    Strang is an award-winning journalist and successful businessman who began his career as a newspaper reporter at the Orlando Sentinel. He later founded a Christian publishing house and media company while interviewing and writing about nearly every Christian leader in the country over the past four decades.

    For more information on God and Donald Trump, visit godanddonaldtrump.com and view the book's video. Visitors to the site can also download a free chapter and order the book.

    God and Donald Trump is published by Frontline, an imprint of Charisma House, which has published books that challenge, encourage, teach and equip Christians, including 14 New York Times best-sellers.

  3. At a town hall meeting in Phoenix Tuesday, a woman heckled House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., as Pelosi criticized President Trump's new tax reform.

    "How much are you worth, Nancy?" the woman chimed in from the audience.

    Pelosi and other House Democrats have been not only opposed to Trump's tax reform, which apparently is doing well, according to a New York Times poll, but they have also wanted to impeach Trump from practically the time he took office.

    Click on the above video to watch more of the incident. {eoa}

  4. On Thursday, February 8, 2018, Jimmy Kimmel performed a 4-minute sketch on his television show regarding my law firm's defense of the religious and free speech rights of Cathy Miller, the owner and operator of Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield, California. Cathy Miller is a devout Christian. She believes that God created marriage as a covenant between one man and one woman, and so she believes it is immoral for her to participate in a same-sex wedding.

    In August of last year, a same-sex couple came to Tastries. According to their sworn court statements, they were welcomed by a Tastries employee who "treated us kindly and was very warm." However, when it was discovered that they sought a wedding cake for a same-sex wedding, Cathy told them that they could purchase anything in her store, since Tastries welcomes and serves everyone who enters the store, but that she could not make their wedding cake. Instead, Cathy told them that she would accommodate them by referring their order to a rival bakery with which she had a good relationship. The same-sex couple then reported Cathy to the California government, which brought a lawsuit against her. The state then also immediately filed for a preliminary order forcing Cathy to either stop make wedding cakes or essentially stop being a Christian.

    The judge then, on Monday, Feb. 4, 2018, issued a detailed order explaining his ruling. That order is not hard to follow. The judge decided first that a wedding itself is speech. The same-sex couple "plan a celebration to declare the validity of their marital union and their enduring love for one another." The judge then decided that a wedding cake is also speech. It is "an artistic expression by the person making it that is to be used traditionally as a centerpiece in the celebration of a marriage. There could not be a greater form of expressive conduct." This is not a stretch. A wedding cake is more a temporary sculpture used as the focal point of a wedding reception than just a cake.

    Nobody pays hundreds—if not thousands—of dollars for just a cake.

    Then, the judge decided that by using a Tastries cake at their wedding, the couple would be co-opting Cathy's speech (the temporary sculpture) to support their own speech (the ritualized ceremony declaring their union). This is also not a stretch. Imagine a baker who in early October receives an order to make a gory fondant cake. At first she assumes it's for Halloween, but then she realizes that it is supposed to be delivered a little late, Nov. 9. She asks the client what the cake is for, and he says he's having a Kristallnacht-Holocaust party and he wants a monument celebrating what he, a Neo-Nazi, views as one of the greatest days in history. The baker has every right to be concerned about how her speech is being used.

    Finally, the judge said that for California to force Cathy to engage in speech, it has a very high burden to meet. And it simply cannot meet that burden. Cathy was completely ready to satisfy the couple's need for a wedding cake by referring them to another baker with whom she already had a good relationship. "Miller is not the only wedding-cake creator in Bakersfield." And the judge said that "[s]malI-minded bigots will find no recourse in committing discriminatory acts" because there is a difference between being a bigot and being a person of faith.

    For me, this logic is not that difficult to follow. But it apparently was for Mr. Kimmel. In his sketch, he analogizes Cathy's case to an absurd situation, a public restaurant, and tries to apply the judge's opinion in a whole litany of bizarre ways that are insulting to all people of faith. Apparently nobody at Kimmel's restaurant can have any beef because the chef is Hindu. Nor can men order for women because the owner is Wiccan. Homosexual individuals cannot order salads because making the salads violates the salad chef's unspecified religious beliefs. Finally, without any explanation, "The lasagna is not for Jews tonight." Because there is no explanation, we have to assume that Kimmel thinks that Hindus just hate Jews.

    None of these examples are remotely similar to Cathy's case. As much as Kimmel wants to spin this case to be about discrimination, it just isn't. When, in "Obergefell v. Hodges," the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage the law of the land, it went out of its way to talk about and protect people of faith. It made a compromise: Homosexual individuals can get married, but people of faith will also be protected. This compromise was both possible and needed because millions of people believe that marriage should only be between one man and one woman, and millions of people disagree. So it's perfectly possible for all of us to simply coexist; there are other bakers in Bakersfield.

    But beyond Kimmel's absolute misunderstanding of the judge's ruling was a crude smear of all people of faith. Hindus don't hate Jews, and Wiccans don't hate men. But apparently late-night comics hate Hindus, Wiccans and Christians. The whole point of the judge's ruling is that it is not "[s]malI-minded bigot[ry]" to be a person of faith. No, bigotry is believing Hindus, Wiccans and Christians need to be run out of business because, if allowed to exercise their faith, nobody will be allowed to have beef or salads—and no lasagna for the Jews. I'm no expert on Hindu or Wiccan beliefs, but I can assure you that result does not follow from practicing the Christian faith. {eoa}

    Jeffrey M. Trissell, Esq., is an attorney with Freedom of Conscience Defense Fund and the principal author of Tastries' legal briefing. He earned his J.D. from the George Washington University Law School in 2013. This article originally appeared on the Daily Caller. Reprinted with permission.

  5. Crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) are local, nonprofit organizations dedicated to helping people who are facing difficult decisions concerning a pregnancy. They are often faith-based and would never refer for abortions due to their religious and moral beliefs.

    In fact, their very reason for existence is the exact opposite—to save lives. The ACLJ is proud to defend CPCs against the increasing hostility that they face from abortion-supportive state and local government officials, many of whom receive campaign contributions from Big Abortion.

    As noted in a Fact Sheet recently issued by the Charlotte Lozier Institute, CPCs provide free or low cost assistance to millions of women annually, including almost 250,000 free ultrasounds each year along with medical services, education and referrals. Thousands of people serve 6.5 million volunteer hours at CPCs on an annual basis.

    CPCs save taxpayers countless millions of dollars each year, as many of the services that they provide for free—through the work of volunteers and the support of donors—would otherwise have to be provided by government agencies through publicly funded programs. Understandably, many state governments have passed resolutions honoring the invaluable work of local CPCs and also provide referrals to those CPCs.

    CPCs have helped to prevent countless thousands of abortions, drawing the wrath of Big Abortion. To the abortion industry, CPCs are the competition—they save lives that Big Abortion could end. With the number of existing abortion clinics continuing to decline, and numerous illegal and unethical acts of abortion providers hitting the news in the past few years, Big Abortion's profit margin has taken a hit.

    Abortion supporters, including elected officials, have gone to great lengths to try to harass, burden, discredit, and shut down CPCs. They have tried everything from publishing lies about what CPCs actually do to enacting laws that violate pro-life centers' constitutional rights, but their attempts to drive CPCs out of existence have not gone unchecked.

    In New York State, the attorney general, an outspoken abortion supporter, issued a broad, unreasonable subpoena to our client, several CPCs in New York, demanding that numerous categories of documents be turned over. The ACLJ filed a lawsuit and received a decision from a state appellate court holding that the entire subpoena was overbroad; The court invalidated key parts of the subpoena and significantly narrowed the rest of it. This harassment tactic is not new; we successfully defended the same CPCs against similar overreach by the New York Attorney General back in 2002.

    In New York City, the City Council passed a law imposing many burdensome and unreasonable requirements upon CPCs. For instance, upon receiving a phone call or meeting a client face to face, a CPC volunteer would be required to immediately give five separate disclaimers, in both English and Spanish, that encouraged the individual to go elsewhere for assistance. The ACLJ represented two CPCs in a lawsuit against the City, and won a unanimous decision striking down most of the law's requirements. The lawsuit ended in a settlement that leaves the door open to file additional lawsuits should the City enforce the law's remaining requirements in an unreasonable or unconstitutional manner.

    Local governments in Maryland imposed similar burdensome requirements upon CPCs. We filed friend of the court ("amicus curiae") briefs supporting CPCs who filed lawsuits, and the pro-life centers recently won a decision in their favor.

    In California, we represent multiple pro-life centers in a challenge to a state law requiring CPCs to provide clients with information about how they can obtain an abortion elsewhere. The Supreme Court of the United States has agreed to hear a similar lawsuit challenging the law, and we filed a brief explaining why that law is unconstitutional. We also represent a CPC in Hawaii challenging similar unconstitutional requirements.

    The ACLJ will continue to fight for pro-life centers in court and elsewhere. The invaluable, charitable work that CPCs provide must be defended against attempts by abortion supporters to regulate them out of existence.

    For the original article, visitaclj.org. {eoa}

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