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    Today, 08:03 AM
    All U.S. states allowed 1st trimester abortions up until mid 1800s. (See: https://abortion.procon.org/history-of-abortion/) The idea was abortion was allowable until the "quickening" which is when the mother could feel the baby moving around. Of course with advances in technology we detect fetal heartbeats much sooner. (Hence Texas' fetal heartbeat bill). As for the 9th amendment, like it or not (and I like it), it's there. I don't think it gets used ENOUGH. What right does the state, federal or local, have to tell me that I have to take a vaccine or wear a mask or whether or not I can smoke pot or hire a hooker? The broad "policing powers" of the state = a police state. The state should protect individual rights. That's why abortion is a sticky subject because at SOME point we're talking about an individual human. I do NOT believe that point is at conception. If it is then fertility clinics need to be shut down because most of those frozen embryos will never be born. But those that say "It's not a human until it sees the light of day" are misguided at best.
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    Today, 07:41 AM
    I must disagree. It is the one clear statement about the free nature of men that is appropriately broad and it is absolutely necessary, especially in a world of dullardly sorts, like the Democrats. Let us hearken back to that which defines a "right". To wit: "A valid claim." Note that when I step up to the soapbox and declare the state of North Carolina as my individual property, it does not follow that everyone must then leave the area when I tell them to do so. My claim is invalid, prima facie, and therefore I have no right to North Carolina. Perhaps I should try Utah... The left does that wishing-well crap now, for Pete's sake. Why do you think their panties are in such a twist over the rightful execution of Roe? At some point, people like you and myownself need to step up and put the looters back into their places. But we don't. We allow them to run amok all willy-nilly for decades on end, in ever intensifying fashion, then wonder why the world has turned to feces? If "government" is indeed BY the people, that would include us. Pimping the responsibilities off onto "professionals" gets us what we now so thoroughly enjoy in our lives: bald-faced tyranny of the worst variety - that which is slathered in a rich cocoa coating... only now they're removing the sweet and leaving the moldy, rotten insides and telling us to eat and be glad about it.
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    Today, 07:40 AM
    Some drag queens are actually AGAINST sexualizing kids. But their voices are being drowned out. https://dailysoapdish.com/2022/06/drag-queen-speaks-out-drag-is-not-for-children/
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    Today, 07:27 AM
    Literally looks like a cartoon villain. Edit: Read the article. Disgusting of course. And Firestarter, THIS is why I am not freaked out by Governor Desantis questioning whether parents who would take their kids to drag queen shows may not be fit. I get it. Parents have rights to do stupid stuff. And there are some things parents DON'T have a right to do. (Like actually raping their kids). I don't think parents have a right to let their kids dress up in drag and go and dance for tips at gay bars and let drag queens teach them about date rape drugs. And...I have a problem with parents letting their little girls dress up as Las Vegas show girls and dancing for tips too. This has NOTHING to do with LGBTQIA-Z. It has everything to do with letting kids be kids and not sex objects.
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    Today, 05:54 AM
    Based on your link I disagree. The third ground is typically interpreted liberally with regards to mental health to create a de facto state of abortion on demand, and nearly all abortions—98% in 2019 and 2020—are performed to protect the woman's mental health.
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    Yesterday, 09:43 PM
    Wow! What a nasty troll. That needs to be broadcast on every Spanish language TV station.
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    Yesterday, 09:30 PM
    Eccl 9:5 For the living know that they will die, but the dead know nothing; they have no further reward, and even their name is forgotten. The soul and the breath of life are not the same thing. https://biblestudyministry.com/man-became-a-living-soul/ Gen 2:7 7And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. The soul that sins dies.
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    Yesterday, 08:15 PM
    I've been married for 42years. Forced abstinence doesn't scare me.
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    Yesterday, 07:11 PM
    Trump stiffed the Jan. 6th protesters.
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    Yesterday, 07:08 PM
    Maybe. Or what about a harpy?
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    Yesterday, 06:56 PM
    The Spanish looking girl with the bullhorn in the background isn't half bad. Are you sure the elf from World or Warcraft is a NBF?
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    Yesterday, 06:48 PM
    It will be interesting to see whether a challenge makes it to SCOTUS, and if so, what the ruling will be. If they are concerned with credibility, they would have no choice but to strike down the statute. Were I to write an Amendment XXIX, it would eliminate all statute. All bills would have to pass a strict-scrutiny test of sufficiency to qualify as Law. Statutes would no longer hold a whit of authority, as per Marbury. But more relevant to this thread, severability would be banned. If even a single element of a bill is thrown out by a court, the entire statute goes with it.
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    Yesterday, 05:53 PM
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    Three cheers! Wish you had a way to monetize that.
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    Yesterday, 05:52 PM
    Well the official mass shooting defintion Anti Federalist supplied us with counts injured and dead. And it just has to be over 4. So 10 counts as a mass shooting. I wonder if he used one of those scary AR-15 "weapons of war" or the "blow your lungs out" 9mm hand guns cannons? You can best believe the patrons weren't armed. Being a gay bar in Norway.
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    Yesterday, 03:11 PM
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    Thanks. Feeling's mutual.
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    Imagine how much time and energy you've got invested. I think about that myself sometimes, how much time, treasure and other resources I've invested over the many years. Sometimes I wonder if I'd have been better off investing all that in my friends and loved ones instead. Considering all the good it's done as is.
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    Yesterday, 02:59 PM
    Beautiful? Absolutely. But the thing that strikes me the most as I watch this is that they all look so very young. I was too back then. I feel old.
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    Yesterday, 07:14 AM
    They never go far enough where the right thing is concerned. But it is - by implication. 9A protects ALL rights in clear and unmistakable language. IMO, an early 1T termination is regrettable. People should be better in control of their behavior than what we typically see, but shit does happen even for the responsible. All else equal, however, waiting until one is four months in to decide clearly seems outside the metes of one's personal prerogative. That we as humans are so degenerated that we feel the need to have to resort to such measures is the real problem. Fix that and the rest resolves without dangerous outside interferences in the lives of freemen. A couple things. Firstly, what you wrote here underscores and nails shut the lid on Tenth Amendment as cancer. There is NO SUCH THING as "states' rights" because there are no such things as states, in sé. Remove humans and anything that might be deemed "state" disappears as if by magic or high-order thermonuclear detonation. It is a bullshit amendment that represents a pinnacle of pooching by the Framers, and should be stricken. The Ninth is perhaps the preeminent element of the BoR because it shorthands that which is normatively and provably absolute in its correctness: human freedom is absolute with the single restrictive proviso that one respect the equally valid claims of his fellows. In this, the English whom I tend to find otherwise so despicable, had it perfectly right when Commonlaw was codified with but three almost childishly simple seeming tenets:
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