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Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

12 Replies to “Tucker Carlson for May 3rd, 2022 Roe V. Wade goes wade?”

  1. Why overturning Roe v. Wade would threaten access to birth control?
    Is Abortion the #1 choice for birth control?

    “Why overturning Roe v. Wad would threaten access to birth control
    by Sarah Jacoby – May 3, 2022


    If the decision goes into effect as written now, it could lead to a patchwork of laws that make things more dangerous and more confusing for people who need abortion care, he said.

    The right to privacy is not explicitly mentioned in the constitution, she explained, but it’s something that’s been codified in decisions over and over again for the last decades. The legal framework for these cases has been “based on the idea of a zone of privacy that exists for people to essentially be free from government intervention and control in making these kinds of very personal decisions.” Bae said.

    Free from government except when it comes to vaccines.

    Joe Biden has a change of heart.

    Joe Biden: It’s “Way Overboard” For Supreme Court To Not Let Someone “Choose To Abort A Child”
    GOP War Room – May 3, 2022

  2. I wish someone would go back thru history and illustrate that all the great conflicts in this country were caused by Congress and the president (lowercase because of FJB) — think Civil War. Lincoln wanted to kill states rights and create and imperial presidency —

  3. Breaking: Supreme Court Chief Justice Releases Statement on Unprecedented SCOTUS Leak – Confirms Its Authenticity – Launches Investigation
    By Jim Hoft – May 3, 2022


    The US Supreme Court reportedly voted to END Roe v Wade in a DRAFT OPINION by Justice Samuel Alito according to a report leaked to Political on Monday night.

    Read Justice Alito’s initial draft abortion opinion which would overturn Roe v. Wade
    POLITICO – May 2, 2022

  4. The abortion schism is a red herring. When men and women receive emotional, physical, and financial support, the uncertainty of parenthood diminishes. There are religious groups (and extended families) that attempt to ease the challenges faced. It would be wonderful to have secular groups do so as well: offer babysitting for women going to prenatal ultrasounds. Abortion should be safe, available, and rare.

    • They don’t have grandma, the babushka role.

      Russians in my community and in Israel treasure their babushkas. They were the ones who pinned together families torn apart in the Soviet Union, preserved whatever tradition they could. The surge in birth rates among secular Israelis has something to do with the wave of Russian olim.

      The “babyschkas” [my word] give their babushkas more pure joy than their children did. The “bonbon” after the main course.

  5. “It is, nevertheless, a very bad decision. Not because it will perceptibly weaken the Court–it won’t; and not because it conflicts with either my idea of progress, or what the evidence suggests is society’s–it doesn’t. It is bad because it is bad constitutional law, or rather because it is not constitutional law and gives almost no sense of an obligation to try to be.” [John Hart Ely; The Wages of Crying Wolf: A Comment on Roe v. Wade; Yale Law Journal; Vol.82(5), p.920-949 (1973).

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