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    Today, 07:50 AM
    Read the law for yourself here: https://www.kansascity.com/latest-news/article262872778.ece/BINARY/Missouri%20trigger%20law.pdf#storylink=readmore_inline From the law on line 148: No abortion shall be performed or induced on an unborn child of twenty-two weeksgestational age or older By comparison the U.K. abortion law bans abortion after twenty-four weeks. The difference is the U.K. law provides a "life, physical health or severely deformed fetus" exception whereas the Missouri law does not. That said, at twenty-two weeks it's possibly (slightly) for a fetus to survive outside the womb. So....why kill it? Why not just medically induce the birth (a form of abortion) but work to save the baby if possible?
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    Today, 06:59 AM
    More likely gun store owners in State A get sued by residents in State B because someone from State B crossed state lines, bought a gun in State A that's not legal in State B and shot people in State B.
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    Today, 06:54 AM
    People are such freaking lemmings. On both sides. "OMG! I've got to make sure that every woman everywhere that wants to kill her baby can." vs "OMG! I've got to stop every woman everywhere that might want to have an abortion from having one!" How about, I dunno, an actual conversation on the issue? Let's see. The most extreme abortion laws allow abortions for the first 6 weeks. Maybe, just maybe, if you're having sex and you don't want to be pregnant, you can take a pregnancy test once a month and be able to have an abortion if you really want one even in Texas with two weeks to spare? And on the flip side, if you're pro life, maybe this time and energy your trying to spend forcing women who don't want to have abortions to stay in your state could be spent seeking out homeless families to house? I mean...since you care about kids. And maybe, just maybe, EVERYBODY could pressure the FDA to approve Vagasel already? That's the easily reversible, as good as vasectomy but cheaper and less painful long term birth control for men that is available in countries like India but not the United States.
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    Today, 06:17 AM
    James Corbett covers what's going on with the Dutch farmers in this episode of New World Next Week. See @ 11. nwnw20220630/f3e9d2a12a20bfde2910bfa667217b279bfc302c?r=RDJ2cNofaKLuXKB3dcGgwzw59aX7xYDo
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    Today, 06:02 AM
    Thanks for the info! I didn't know that. I did know about the Buffalo shooter that had the Azov battalion patch.
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    Today, 05:59 AM
    Kind of hard to do that when Article IV section 2 explicitly protected slavery. Clause 3 Slavery No Person held to Service or Labour in one State, under the Laws thereof, escaping into another, shall, in Consequence of any Law or Regulation therein, be discharged from such Service or Labour, but shall be delivered up on Claim of the Party to whom such Service or Labour may be due. Incidentally, that's why Dred Scott was wrongly decided. Dred did not "escape" but rather he was taken by his master from a slave state to a free state.
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    Today, 05:57 AM
    Do you think the states should be able to enforce vaccine mandates? Because I don't. That's one of those rights that should belong to "the people." The "right" of the government to establish universal healthcare came, according to Justice Roberts, from its taxing power. In other words if someone wants to give the government power to do something, even a so called "conservative" Justice can come up with a reason. Abortion, after a certain point in pregnancy, becomes a conflict of rights between two people. I'm not sure what that point is. It's not conception. Sorry but an embryo that doesn't have a beating heart, has no brain cells, does not feel pain etc is not a human. If it is then shut down all of the in vitro fertilization clinic NOW because their keeping baby humans frozen and most will be flushed. Past the 6th month? That baby might live outside the womb given the chance and anyone trying to kill it is just a sicko. Mama doesn't want to carry it any longer? Then induce an early labor, try to save the premis' life, and if it doesn't make then it wasn't meant to be. Somewhere between the first month and the sixth month is where things are dicey. (Really the 5th month because a five gestation month baby has now survived). Because of this conflict, this is something that should be handled by the state legislatures. Sometimes there's no conflict between individuals, just a conflict between a stupid state legislature and individuals. Such was the case with Eisenstadt v. Baird, 405 U.S. 438 (1972) which struck down a law that banned unmarried couples from having contraception. That could have been argued under "equal protection" of the 14th amendment as well, but it was just a dumb law with no "rational basis."
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    Yesterday, 09:40 PM
    Bette Midler, Macy Gray, Katherine Deves, J. K. Rowling....who's next?
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    Yesterday, 09:37 PM
    *groan*
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    Yesterday, 09:33 PM
    So, in the past few days at least 3 prominent liberal women have come out and questing the whole "birthing person" narrative in the wake of the demise of Roe v Wade. One is singer Macy Gray who said being a woman is a "completely unique experience" and that surgery doesn't change that. Macy Gray a favorite of openly gay comedian Rosie O'Donnell. And to top it off, Macy Gray is in a lesbian marriage. Bette Midler waded in talking about how using trans-exclusive language when talking about Roe v Wade erased women. Midler, though straight as far as I know (she's married to a man), has nevertheless been seen as a LGBTQ ally and icon for having played a bisexual character in her first movie. Across the pond in jolly old England, liberal politician Katherine Deves was bullied off Twitter after having been accused of mockingly writing women should be referred to 'womb-havers' or 'birthing bodies' after US abortion ruling. So....Bette Midler say DON'T use trans-exclusive language when talking about abortion, Katherine Deves sarcastically (I guess) says DO use transinclusive language when talking about abortion, and both get attacked by the same leftist mob. Oh well. I guess wearing rainbow adorned clothing (Bette Midler), and even actually BEING a part of the LGBTQ+ community (Macy Gray) isn't enough for some people. You still aren't allowed to have an opinion.
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    Yesterday, 08:31 PM
    If the Dems had any forethought they'd let him do that so when the chickens finally come home to roost he'd take the fall.
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    Yesterday, 08:26 PM
    Take a God fearing woman that's also into liberal politics....yes they do exist......I've run into MANY of them....
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    Yesterday, 07:29 PM
    Next thing you know, there will be bootleg cows.
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    Yesterday, 04:20 PM
    Why are women in general so miserable and seem so intent on making their men miserable? Women naturally want to push their man higher. But now we live in a world where they want to do that and they're being pushed to compete with their man at the same time. Think of Bill and Hillary Clinton. The ONLY reason Hillary stuck with Bill is because she knew he had the best chance at making it to the Whitehouse. But rather than being content at being a two time First Lady, she needed to get into politics herself to prove....something. Only....people don't like her. I mean yeah some people do, but not like they liked Bill Clinton or Barack Obama. It's not simply because she's a woman. People don't like HER. And it burns her up. Women today will complain about so called "toxic masculinity" and simultaneously complain about the lack of strong men. And if you want to give yourself a root canal with a cordless drill, try co-parenting with a strong willed woman. In some cases she will argue you down about things you both know that she wants. As in she wants the boy to wear a tie to church but she'll argue against you telling the boy to wear a tie to church because you are the one saying it. (Made up example to protect the guilty.) And when stuff goes wrong later, don't you DARE say "That's what I was trying to avoid when I did X" because that's like you saying "I told you so." She can bring up the past forever but don't you DARE point out what SHE did wrong, even in the nicest possible way. Even if all you're trying to do is get her to fix her mistake. Nope. The God fearing women are the worst because they've convinced themselves that their own opinions are the voice of the Almighty.
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    Yesterday, 04:04 PM
    We're on the same page. However we got there, we're on the same page. Putin isn't worried about Sweden and Finland and Poland and (fill in the blank) joining NATO.
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    Yesterday, 01:03 PM
    LOL. Dude you already admitted you AGREE with my logic. Putin doesn't want Ukraine to be a part of NATO. He doesn't give a crap about Finland or Sweden being part of NATO. So....you're blowing smoke.
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    Yesterday, 12:52 PM
    You just said what I said to start off with but you disagreed with for reasons I don't understand. So just to be clear, I AGREE with your position that NATO expansion by itself is not an issue. Putin isn't going to invade Finland or Sweden unless Finland or Sweden starts shelling Russians. It's NATO + Nazis that is the problem for Putin.
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    Yesterday, 12:48 PM
    My thoughts: 1) If you Google SSRI side effects, all of the top search results list "suicidal thoughts" as one of the side effects. Suicide by cop? https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/depression/in-depth/ssris/art-20044825 Suicide risk and antidepressants Most antidepressants are generally safe, but the FDA requires that all antidepressants carry black box warnings, the strictest warnings for prescriptions. In some cases, children, teenagers and young adults under 25 may have an increase in suicidal thoughts or behavior when taking antidepressants, especially in the first few weeks after starting or when the dose is changed. Anyone taking an antidepressant should be watched closely for worsening depression or unusual behavior. If you or someone you know has suicidal thoughts when taking an antidepressant, immediately contact your doctor or get emergency help.
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    Yesterday, 10:07 AM
    Nope. It's just fine. You just have a preconceived notion and you lack the ability to understand anything that doesn't fit that preconceived notion. Putin SAID NATO expansion into Ukraine was a problem for him but NATO expansion into Finland and Sweden is not. It's not that complicated. But you want to believe that NATO expansion isn't a problem for Putin at all, so you ignore Putin's words when it comes to Ukraine and conflate what Putin said about Finland and Sweden with what Putin said about Ukraine. You have propagandized yourself.
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    Yesterday, 10:03 AM
    Not at all logically inconsistent. NATO at border not doing anything = Putin not shaking in boots. Neonazis shelling Donbass = Putin not shaking in boots. (This shelling has been going on since freaking 2014. So why the concern NOW?) Neonazis shelling Donbass + Ukrain possibly about to join NATO = invasion. It's not difficult to understand...if you want to understand it.
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    07-04-2022, 06:55 AM
    As is the idea that Putin was "shaking in his boots" from some neo Nazi militias that they alone would cause him to invade all of Ukraine and not just the Donbass. War game it out. If Putin just took the Donbass, and NATO expanded to the rest of Ukraine, what would happen as those neo Nazis kept shelling the Donbass from inside the rest of Ukraine? Why Putin would eventually respond of course. And that response would risk hitting NATO troops. And hitting NATO troops would risk WW III. I don't expect Sweden or Finland to start shelling any areas with large Russian speaking populations.
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    07-04-2022, 06:26 AM
    Putin says right there that he had a problem with Ukraine joining NATO that he doesn't have with Finland and Sweden. I'm not sure why you're even arguing about that. :confused: Yes the Ukrainians started the fighting. And yes Russia does have legitimate territorial claims. Parts of Ukraine had been part of Russia since the 1600s. (The MSM has been pushing the narrative that Ukraine was only part of the Soviet Union and not part of Russia). But I can't go along with pretending that NATO expansions into Ukraine had nothing to do with Putin invading when Putin comes right out and says that it was a factor.
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    07-04-2022, 05:55 AM
    Good for you. This "raging imbecile" got really sick with something that was so bad I couldn't even sit at my computer for more than an hour straight. I continuously wanted to vomit but nothing would come up. Whatever it was, the test I took at the Walgreens drive through said COVID though the home test I did before that was negative, was unlike anything I experienced before. I know other people who aren't quick to accept government narratives who had similar experiences. Now do I think lockdowns were necessary? Nope. Mask mandates? Nope. Mass school closings? Nope. Closing beaches? Hell no! That was counter productive. Forcing an untested vaccine on the world wide population and straight up lying and saying it was tested? Hell no. The real "imbeciles" bought all that hook, line and sinker and would argue you down about it.
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    07-04-2022, 05:34 AM
    I feel sorry for the officers and their families. I really do. But I have to wonder, whatever happened to "We have you surrounded. Come out with your hands up." That happened all the time on Andy Griffith. I remember once in my neighborhood in Nashville a few years ago that happened. I don't remember the perps name. Let's call him Billy. The police were on the megaphone. "Hey Billy. Why don't you come on out. We aren't going to hurt you. We just want to talk to you for a bit. Come on out Billy." I don't know how that ended but I didn't hear anything on the news the next day of "Billy" or any officers being killed. Sometimes no news is good news.
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    07-04-2022, 05:23 AM
    And how do we know the police didn't shoot first in THIS situation? From an "initial report?" I remember a time when cops, at least in the movies, would surround a house and say over the megaphone "This is the police. We have you surrounded. Come out with your hands up." Now it's all "Kick the door in, set off flash grenades, be prepared to shoot all hostiles, hope there are no innocent kiddos in the way."
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    07-03-2022, 06:08 PM
    Did you get to the part where he is making sounds like a pinched off balloon with his butt? :)
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