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A+E got caught paying sources for its Generation KKK series. They did the very same thing for Leah Remini and her sources. People are being paid to spread lies about the Church of Scientology. Leah Remini admitted that she has been paid not only as a producer but as the principal talent in the series. As she conceded to ABC 20/20’s Dan Harris, “I don’t work for free.” http://gplus.link/n7fep
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David Miscavige Ushers in New Religious Broadcast Era with Scientology Network Launch http://gplus.link/n62ij
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Rapist Apologists @Leahremini and @mikerinder defend alleged serial rapist, @PaulHaggis. Uses their former religion as excuse to cover up alleged vicious crime. Why are Rinder and Remini attacking the victims?  
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A+E got caught paying sources for its Generation KKK series. They did the very same thing for Leah Remini and her sources. People are being paid to spread lies about the Church of Scientology. Leah Remini admitted that she has been paid not only as a producer but as the principal talent in the series. As she conceded to ABC 20/20’s Dan Harris, “I don’t work for free.” http://gplus.link/n6nrz
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A+E got caught paying sources for its Generation KKK series. They did the very same thing for Leah Remini and her sources. People are being paid to spread lies about the Church of Scientology. Leah Remini admitted that she has been paid not only as a producer but as the principal talent in the series. As she conceded to ABC 20/20’s Dan Harris, “I don’t work for free.” http://gplus.link/n5vrw
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'Coming Out'

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Ok, admittedly, that title is somewhat deceiving—I am a happily married heterosexual woman. But here's the thing: the press has been smearing my religion with such abandon for so long now that, as a Scientologist, telling people about my religious “orientation" has felt at times like coming out.

I have been a Scientologist all my life, but some of my friends didn't know about it until recently. That's because I live in a world of fake news and religious misunderstanding that puts my guard up.

There is literally an entire sub-industry of sleazy mags and B-rated shows that routinely fabricate the most astonishing stories imaginable—about Scientology, about everything. If I myself weren't a Scientologist, I might not know any better either.
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My Scientology

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I don't need to know much about the guy who threatened Scientologists in a recent post on Facebook. I already know that he's most likely never met even one of the millions of us, never set foot inside one of our Churches, read a single page of a Scientology book, or learned anything about the truth of our religion.

I also know that he's gullible—a liability that's probably been steering him wrong for years. But most screaming, red-in-the-face “antis" of anything know little of the thing they oppose.

Obviously, hatred is born in ignorance. But there are two genres of that stuff—natural or manufactured.

And along the lines of manufactured ignorance, perhaps that guy was taking a tip from Leah Remini's recent on-air rants about the religion she was booted from for her own misconduct.

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Celebrating St. Patrick's Day With an Indoor/Outdoor Extravaganza http://gplus.link/n5aru
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Thousands Converge to Mark Scientology Founder's Birthday and a “Flip of the Switch" for Unrelenting Dissemination http://gplus.link/n5a4f
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Dress for “Religious Freedom" Success

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When you hear the name Norfolk, you're likely to think of the sprawling Virginia metropolis fronting the vast Chesapeake Bay and not some other Norfolk, one-tenth the size, half a nation away, the ninth largest city in Nebraska. But recently, displayed in a quiet series of articles in the Norfolk Daily News, Lincoln Journal Star and even the Seattle Times was a story of an event that shouts loudly for religious freedom and that First Amendment pundits would argue should have made national headlines.

y his action of signing into law Bill 62, John Peter “Pete" Ricketts—Nebraska's 40th governor, and part owner of the “miraculous" victorious World Series champions, the Chicago Cubs—helped make a statement for religious freedom, the U.S. Constitution, and his home state, a statement that was long overdue in Nebraska. Standing alongside state Senator Jim Sheer at the podium in Northeast Community College in Sheer's home town, Ricketts signed the bill into law which repeals a 1919 law disallowing public school teachers from wearing religious garments at school, such as a nun's habit, a cross, a hijab or a yarmulke. The original law was, according to the article in the Norfolk Daily News, originally incited by the Ku Klux Klan.

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