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Dec 21, 2005 New Life, old tricks — Bay Guardian (San Francisco)
Sep 9, 2005 State: Scientology reaches out and touches a nerve — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Aug 18, 2005 The way to more questions // Scientology affiliate The Way To Happiness of Glendale teaches honesty in schools but, according to LAPD and others, utilizes dishonest promotions — Pasadena Weekly More: link
If a high-ranking LAPD official can be believed, perhaps the Scientology-affiliated The Way To Happiness should take a page from its own teachings. Two of the Glendale-based nonprofit organization’s 21 guides to achieving happiness are “Be Worthy of Trust” and “Seek to Live the Truth,” neither of which were followed apparently in the group’s dealings with the LAPD and a city in Texas. Officials with the group, which over the past two decades has distributed booklets of the same name to ...
Aug 15, 2005 In Rebuttal: Scientology helps people — Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
In response to the July 24 Post-Gazette news articles "Scientology Comes to Town":
As a 60-year resident of Pittsburgh and a 20-year member of the Church of Scientology, I am compelled to set the record straight on your July 24 articles about Scientology. The article missed the help the church and its members are extending to millions around the world, including residents of Pennsylvania. The terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, were a rude awakening for everyone. For many of ...
May 26, 2005 Scientology program may fall to budget ax — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
The sponsor gets word that Bush plans to veto $500,000 for the prison program. TALLAHASSEE — A $500,000 program that uses some teachings of Church of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard to help prison inmates likely will be vetoed by the governor today, the bill's sponsor says. The program, known as Criminon, was quietly added to the state budget by one powerful legislator: Rep. Gus Barreiro, a Miami Beach Republican. He heads the House subcommittee overseeing billions of dollars in criminal ...
Mar 27, 2005 Scientologists will 'purify' drug addicts - for £15,000 — The Observer (London, UK)
The Observer (London, UK)
It boasts an 80 per cent success rate, the rock star Beck is a fan, and schools are inviting the Narconon centre into the classroom. So why are some people worried? Jamie Doward reports The following clarification was printed in the Observer's For the record column, Sunday April 3 2005 In the article below we state that 'The use of ear [auricular] acupuncture in treating acute drug withdrawal began in Hong Kong in 1972.' We should clarify that in 1972 surgeons ...
Feb 1, 2005 Helping spread the word — Buffalo News
Jan 28, 2005 For tsunami survivors, a touch of Scientology — Washington Post More:
msnbc.msn.com Jan 16, 2005 In Indonesia, Some Groups Mix Relief, Religion — Boston Globe
BANDA ACEH, Indonesia — In a tent near the center of town, under a banner that reads ''trauma center," volunteer ministers from the Church of Scientology administer their brand of grief counseling to tsunami victims, which includes massages. In another tent, at a mosque several miles down a main road, members of a militant Islamic group known for attacking bars and nightclubs during Ramadan, the Muslim holy month, prepare to give thousands of homeless people a heavy dose of religious counseling. ...
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