Press Release: Message From the Friends of Roger Stone

Friends, I need your help!

Roger Stone has been relentlessly denigrated by the false statements and innuendo of the Washington elite and the liberal media by falsely charging that he colluded with the Russian state to elect President Donald Trump. Liberal Democrat members of Congress have continued to accuse him of being a traitor without any facts to substantiate their outrageous claims. To date, neither the House or Senate Intelligence Committees have agreed to allow Roger to testify in public to clear his name.

Then, to pile on Roger, former members of the Obama administration filed a baseless and defamatory federal lawsuit (download PDF) against Roger and the Trump for President campaign accusing them of conspiring with Russian operatives to publish the information allegedly hacked from the DNC on WikiLeaks.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

Fighting back against all of these attacks is expensive. Roger has no choice but to take on the legal expense of fighting both of these efforts to smear him. Roger and his family need your help to punch back. Please donate to the effort to clear Roger’s name and prove all those who are still crying over the election of our President wrong.

We’re under attack and need your help!

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Press Release: Roger Stone Speaking at Politicon July 29th and 30th

He’s the infamous Roger Stone– the one of a kind political mastermind with a Nixon tattoo between his shoulder blades, an unrepentant libertine whose brilliance, dirty tricks, and cajones helped get Trump elected and are transforming the Republican party. Join him in Pasadena California on July 29th and 30th as he holds court at Politicon and see what everyone’s been talking about.

Politicon, the “Unconventional Political Convention,” announced that the highly controversial Roger Stone will headline this year’s event. Stone, a seasoned political operative, pundit, and often described as the Clinton’s number one enemy is expected to test limits on the stage this year. His participation is what Politicon is all about – bringing the loudest voices in politics center stage to hash out our nation’s most pressing issues in a raw and unfiltered way.

Stone is set to participate in three programming events, which will fall just before he is due to speak behind closed doors to the House Intelligence Committee about the role of Russia in the presidential election.

Taking a further dive into the inner workings as a political operative, Stone will also be selling and signing his new book, “The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution.” Roger provides the first in-depth examination of how Trump’s campaign tapped into the national mood to deliver a stunning victory that almost no one saw coming.

Politicon has announced well-known participants from across the political spectrum including: Roger Stone, James Carville, Cenk Uygur, Ann Coulter, Ana Kasparian, Tomi Lahren, Pod Save America, Rep. Ted Lieu, Symone Sanders, Michael Steele, Adam Carolla, Anthony Atamanuik, Roy Wood Jr., Hasan Piker, Michelle Wolf, Jordan Carlos, Grace Parra, Lizz Winstead, Trae Crowder, Al Madrigal, Jena Friedman, Greg Proops, Bill Kristol, David Frum, Robert Davi, Krystal Ball, Guy Benson, Jen Psaki, Dr. Alveda King, Bob Shrum, Touré, Amy Holmes, Scottie Nell Hughes, Sally Kohn, Elisha Krauss, Malcolm Nance, Anthony Scaramucci.

Tickets are available for purchase online:

Message From Public Health Corps on Supportive Resources for Those Grieving

Jennifer Woodson of Public Health Corps sends the following:


As many years as I’ve been in the health field, it’s never been easy to lose someone, whether personally or professionally. Although it’s something many people avoid talking about, death and the grief that follows it are unavoidable.

I was reminded of this recently after losing a lifelong friend who lost her battle with cancer. We knew some months ago that we would lose her… but it didn’t make it any easier. My grief is something I’m still dealing with (and know I will continue to deal with). I’ve been doing a lot of research for Public Health Corps on this topic lately in an effort to help any of our readers who may be going through a similar difficult time, and I thought I would share some of my findings with you, as well.

Laid to Rest at Home: How to Plan a Home Memorial Service for Your Departed Loved One

The New Stages of Grief: 5 Tasks, No Timeline

Final Logistics: A Step-by-Step Guide to Handling a Loved One’s Belongings After Their Death

Supporting a Child When Someone Dies

Coping with a Child’s Illness While You’re in Recovery: Learn Coping Methods While Going Through this Difficult Time

Dementia Patients and Grief

The Guide to Pet Bereavement: What to Expect After the Loss of a Loved One

When Grief Becomes a Mental Health Issue

I hope you’ll add these to your site so they can provide some comfort to your readers, too.

Thanks in advance for sharing these.



New Year’s Message From

spiritfinder_logoJennifer Scott of sends the following:


The New Year is wonderful for most, but for those suffering a tragic loss, it can be overwhelming.

In my endeavor to reach out to others with anxiety and depression, I’ve met many people struggling to cope with the passing of a loved one. It’s got me thinking about all the people across the country who will be starting off 2017 dealing with a loss, and my heart simply won’t let me stand by without trying to help somehow.

Would you consider passing these supportive resources along to your audience? I think they could help a lot of grieving families.

Helping Your Child Deal With Death

Overcoming the Loss of a Child Without Drugs or Alcohol: A Parent’s Guide

How Grief Can Make You Sick

Advice for surviving the death of a spouse or partner at a young age

How to Help an Elderly Parent Deal With the Death of a Spouse

How to Avoid Family Conflicts after the Death of a Parent

Coping With the Death of Your Pet