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Cassy Fiano

Cassy Fiano is a blogger who has written for sites such as Right Wing News, Wizbang, Hot Air, and more. Aside from PJ Lifestyle, her work can also be found at Live Action News and You Served. Cassy is married to a United States Marine. They have two children, both boys, one of whom has Down syndrome.
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In Defense of Slut-Shaming

Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 - by Cassy Fiano

One in five women have herpes.

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Choosing Life and Beating the Odds: Accepting Down Syndrome

Thursday, February 9th, 2012 - by Cassy Fiano

Ninety percent of babies with the diagnosis end up aborted. But that wasn't an option for me.

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Is There a Right to See Your Grandchildren?

Sunday, December 18th, 2011 - by Cassy Fiano

As long as the parents are not abusive drug addicts, then there is no reason that they can't make these kinds of decisions for themselves.

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The Depraved Girl Scouts

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011 - by Cassy Fiano

It's time to put down the thin mint for a moment and consider the Left's conquest of another American institution. Also read: Transvestites in the Girl Scouts and the Justice Department

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The Silent Sacrifice of Military Families

Friday, November 11th, 2011 - by Cassy Fiano

The families of the deployed, the ones who get left behind, are making sacrifices, too. But people don't think of us, because what we do doesn't draw attention. And there isn't much that anyone can do for us, either.

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Is It a Crime to Raise a Morbidly Obese Child?

Friday, October 7th, 2011 - by Cassy Fiano

At 14 years old, he weighed a whopping 555 pounds.

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DADT Repealed but the Left’s War to Politicize the Military Continues

Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 - by Cassy Fiano

If this is solely about honorable service, and nothing else?

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We Are Parenting the Post 9-11 Generation

Monday, September 12th, 2011 - by Cassy Fiano

More than anything, I’d love to keep him safe from all of this, to keep his little mind as innocent and naïve as mine was all those years ago. But that wouldn’t be real, and it wouldn’t be right.

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