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How much of the pro-life movement or conservative movement in politics has been a sham- Why do Christians support the legal position that some blacks cannot have equal protection under the laws, or some babies must not get equal protection under the laws---Argumentation for Roe v. Wade in Texas courts surrounded the question of whether a mother could ever be prosecuted for murdering her child- Why will Christians still surrender the high ground principle on the issue----This program includes---1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti- Colin Powell, age 84, died of COVID- Oregon and Washington fire employees over COVID shot refusal---2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
IT'S OUR SEASON 3 FINALE AND WE'RE COMING IN HOT. This ep, we break down the astrology surrounding the true baddie of Supreme Court decisions Roe v. Wade. We talk about Roe aka Norma McCorvey's Virgo Sun, Planned Parenthood's Sun and Mercury in Libra, the chart for the Supremes' decision, the Texas Heartbeat Act, Viagra's (Surprise, Surprise) stellium in Aries, The Pill, predictions for the future of abortion law and more! // CONTACT YA GURLS // Stalk: @allegedlyastrology on IG + Reddit & @allegedlyastro on Twitter // Mail: email@example.com // Visit: allegedlyastrology.com // Music by: Paul Wierdak
Have you been wondering exactly what it means to Build Back Better? On this week's On the Media, hear why political coverage seems to address everything about Joe Biden's bill--except what's in it. Plus, find out if social media really does turn nice people into trolls. 1. Andrew Prokop [@awprokop], Senior Politics Correspondent at Vox, on the gap between political coverage of the Build Back Better Act, and what the bill actually says. Listen. 2. Michael Bang Petersen [@M_B_Petersen], political science professor at Aarhus University, on the difference (or lack thereof) between on and offline behaviors, and how Facebook might not be affecting us in the ways we think. Listen. 3. Meghan O'Gieblyn, writer and author of God, Human, Animal, Machine, on the ever-deeper entwining of humanity and technology, and what it might mean for our future. Listen. Music from this week's show: Passing Time - John RenbournClap Hands - Tom WaitsOkami - Nicola CruzCarmen Fantasy - Anderson and RoeYoung at Heart - Brad MehldauFor the Creator - Richard Souther
Townhall Review - October 16, 2021 Dan Proft and Amy Jacobson talk with Economist Stephen Moore about inflation of the sort we haven't seen in well over a decade. Mark Davis talks with Texas Congressmen Van Taylor about his recent trip to the border to witness the crisis there first hand. Seth Leibsohn and Pete Peterson, of the Pepperdine Graduate School of Public Policy, talk about U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland threatening the use of the FBI and the Patriot Act against parents who dare challenge local school boards. Hugh Hewitt talks with Retired Admiral James Stavridis about the dangers we face from China and how Russia seems most pleased to lend them a hand. Mark Davis and Seth Jones talk about Seth's book, “Three Dangerous Men: Russia, China, Iran and the Rise of Irregular Warfare.” Hugh Hewitt talks with John Bursch, of Alliance Defending Freedom, about the U.S. Supreme Court hearing cases that could overturn Roe v Wade. Sebastian Gorka turns to California Congressman Devin Nunes to examine the media establishment that seems intent on helping the left transform America. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this week's episode, the government gets a hold of Joel Osteen's pp, the planets conspire to interrupt Facebook and no other major platforms, and Anna Bosnick will be here to spear an earworm on a hook. --- To make a per episode donation at Patreon.com, click here: http://www.patreon.com/ScathingAtheist To buy our book, click there: https://www.amazon.com/Outbreak-Crisis-Religion-Ruined-Pandemic/dp/B08L2HSVS8/ To check out our sister show, The Skepticrat, click here: https://audioboom.com/channel/the-skepticrat To check out our sister show's hot friend, God Awful Movies, click here: https://audioboom.com/channel/god-awful-movies To check out our half-sister show, Citation Needed, click here: http://citationpod.com/ To check out our sister show's sister show, D and D minus, click here: https://danddminus.libsyn.com/ To hear more from our intrepid audio engineer Morgan Clarke, click here: https://www.morganclarkemusic.com/ --- Guest Links: To hear more of Anna's stuff, check her out here: https://open.spotify.com/album/72NZaCJQW4XTnbujSKUMBR --- Headlines: Lady gets ordained, immediately hands out 150 religious mask exemptions: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/12/a-mom-got-ordained-and-signed-150-mask-mandate-religious-exemptions/ Joel Osteen's Church Is Finally Paying Back the $4,436,224 It Got in PPP Loans: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/11/joel-osteens-church-is-finally-paying-back-the-4436224-it-got-in-ppp-loans/ "Mercury Retrograde" has nothing to do with Facebook going down: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/05/mercury-retrograde-has-nothing-to-do-with-facebook-going-down/ Rod of Iron Ministries Keeps Getting Scarier: https://www.vice.com/en/article/4avkdw/rod-of-iron-ministries-purchases-property-in-tennessee CA Man Sues Psychic Who Promised (and Failed) to Destroy a Curse for $5,100: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/08/ca-man-sues-psychic-who-promised-and-failed-to-destroy-a-curse-for-5100/ Prophetess says moms get to decide the age of their aborted fetuses in heaven: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/04/prophetess-moms-get-to-decide-the-age-of-their-aborted-fetuses-in-heaven/ --- This Week in Misogyny: Mississippi AG wants “outdated” Roe v Wade overturned: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/01/mississippi-ag-roe-v-wade-should-be-overturned-because-its-out-of-date/ Misogynist rapper Logan Dorn now complaining about cancel culture: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2021/10/04/the-christian-who-harassed-women-on-the-beach-is-rapping-about-cancel-culture/
10/13/21--This week, Steve shares findings from the latest poll on the Boston mayoral race. He spells out just how strong Michelle Wu's lead is so far over Annissa Essaibi-George, and how likely voters' priorities for the city differ based on who they plan to vote for. Later, Lisa and Steve are joined by state Rep. and member of the Special Joint Committee on Redistricting, Andy Vargas. Rep. Vargas explains the redistricting process, what the goals for redistricting are, and the challenges that the redistricting committee has faced so far. The Texas abortion law instated in early September is one of the strictest measures in the nation, banning abortion at six weeks -- when many women don't even yet know they are pregnant. Rebecca Hart Holder, executive director at NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts explains what it means that this law made it on the books, and what the implications are for the future of Roe v. Wade.
Stuart and Eamonn are joined for the first time by writer and columnist, Ruth Wishart. This week - Alex Massie's Times article on BBC Scotland and Colin Bell's legacy, Prince Charles and climate change, flags and the Westminster Covid report. At the end of the show, Stuart, Eamonn and Ruth share their media recommendations. Alex's Times article: www.thetimes.co.uk/article/scotland-is-poorly-served-by-an-incurious-bbc-d39d3xzdm RECOMMENDATIONS: Stuart: ‘The Family Roe' - book by Joshua Prager (Norton Press)' ('“A masterpiece of reporting on the Supreme Court's most divisive case, Roe v. Wade, and the unknown lives at its heart.”) https://wwnorton.com/books/9780393247718 Eamonn: ‘Taste: My Life Through Food' - book by Stanley Tucci (“From award-winning actor and food obsessive Stanley Tucci, comes an intimate and charming memoir of life in and out of the kitchen.”) https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Taste/Stanley-Tucci/9781982168018 Ruth: ‘Harlem Shuffle' - novel by Colson Whitehead https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/608669/harlem-shuffle-by-colson-whitehead/‘Dog Days: A Year with Olive & Mabelby Andrew Cotter' (“Andrew Cotter takes you behind the scenes and into the pages of his diary to reveal just how extraordinary a year it has been, and what really happened after his lockdown superstar Labradors chewed up the internet and found it was quite tasty.”) https://www.oliveandmabelbook.com/order-the-book.html For more information about the podcast, go to: www.thebiglight.com/talkmedia
Timmerie unpacks the last 200 years of abortion in the United States and the future of abortion after Roe v. Wade. She discusses what so-called “safe abortion” would look like if the pro-abortion movement actually wanted this. Father Simon from his Relevant Radio show, Father Simon Says, joins Trending with Timmerie to discuss common trends […] All show notes at “Safe Abortion” & Ammendment of Purpose for Confession - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
The Department of Justice asked a federal appeals court on Monday to halt Texas's abortion law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy. This comes after a federal appeals court on Friday temporarily reinstated Texas's law, following a brief block by a lower court. Amid the legal uncertainty, local news organizations are reporting a near-total shutdown of abortions in Texas, and the ripple effects have already been seen in California, where clinics are scheduling appointments for women planning to travel from Texas. In the meantime, on Dec. 1 the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments in the closely-watched Mississippi abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which could overturn Roe v. Wade. We'll discuss the latest news regarding abortion law and the current stakes in Texas, Mississippi and beyond.
Earlier this month, more than 600 cities across the United States hosted “Women's Marches for Reproductive Rights.” These marches were prompted by the Texas Heartbeat Act, the Mississippi Supreme Court challenge to Roe v. Wade and other state abortion restrictions. But while these marches claimed to speak for women, they were profoundly anti-woman. Tune in to learn 5 reasons the Women's March for Reproductive Rights was misogynistic.
Advocates on both sides of the abortion debate have Dec. 1 circled on their calendars. That's the day the U.S. Supreme Court will take up Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Clinic, a Mississippi case that has the potential to severely restrict abortion rights and undermine the court's 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade. Other cases out of Texas and Kentucky threaten to do the same. Ahead of oral arguments, 154 researchers and economists submitted an amicus brief to the court, explaining how reduced access to abortion affects women's income, educational opportunities, professional success and more. One of the signatories, University of Denver economist Paula Cole, joins RadioEd to explore the "downstream impacts" for women and economies across the country.
Today is part 1 of a much needed but quite dire deep-dive. The case is Griswold v. Connecticut, which may be familiar even to the layperson. It's what gives us the right to buy contraceptives and not have shopkeepers ask us if we're married. How could that possibly be overturned, you might ask? Well, legally speaking, it is justified in the exact same way as Roe. Listen to learn more.
Vanessa Denha-Garmo sits in today for Teresa Tomeo and speaks with Michael O'Neil about his new book, "They Might Be Saints." Maureen Ferguson, senior fellow at The Catholic Association offers a case proving that Roe v. Wade is a relic of the past. Gail Buckley shares the Bible verse of the week.
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In this episode of NPR's Book of the Day, authors Joshua Prager and Leni Zumas each explore the real world implications of abortion politics, through fiction and non-fiction. First, in a conversation with Michel Martin, Prager talks through his book The Family Roe: An American Story, centered on the woman who was the baby at the center of the landmark Roe v. Wade trial. Then Leni Zumas and Scott Simon discuss Zumas' novel Red Clocks, set in a time where fetal personhood legislation has outlawed not only abortion, but also in-vitro fertilization.
A week ago, thousands of people turned out for Women's March rallies across the country, galvanized by Texas' recent six-week abortion ban and the very real fear that Roe v. Wade could soon be overturned, as challenges to the Texas law and another law in Mississippi wend their way to the Supreme Court and its 6-3 conservative majority. But while the battle over the Texas law rages, and people rightfully worry about a world in which abortion access is no longer protected, women in Mississippi are already living it. In 2019, reporter Becca Andrews went to Mississippi to explore where Roe doesn't reach, meeting a young woman on a 221-mile journey to get an abortion beyond state lines. The Mother Jones Podcast team thought revisiting Becca's piece provided compelling context for just how high the stakes are for people needing abortions in Texas right now, and more broadly, for the consequential decision in the hands of the Supreme Court. Listen to Becca's 2019 story, currently being expanded into a book, on this week's episode of the Mother Jones Podcast, produced in partnership with Audm. Note: Some facts on the ground have evolved since this story was first published in 2019.
This week a Texas judge halted the so-called ‘heartbeat bill' which bans abortions after 6 weeks, calling it “flagrantly unconstitutional”. But the ruling is temporary, and Texas has already appealed it. It's already testing the landmark Roe v Wade decision made by the Supreme Court in 1973.After recently going to Texas to report on the abortion restrictions in effect, US Correspondent Martha Kelner and US Producer Sarah Gough sit down to explain what's happening with the ‘heartbeat bill', and what's next for abortion rights across the States.
Next on the chopping block is the zombie classic from 1978, DAWN OF THE DEAD (dir. George A. Romero). We talk about zombie apocalypse survival (or lack thereof), rednecks, and Roe v. Wade. Find us on Instagram and Twitter to join the Spooky Squad. Find Seynique here and here Find Andrew here and here *Artwork by Jordan Stafford --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wediefirst/support
Vox Supreme Court correspondent Ian Millhiser talks with NYU professor Melissa Murray (@ProfMMurray) about the future of reproductive freedom. The Supreme Court started its new term this week, and with six conservative judges on the bench, Republicans are likely to win a generational victory overruling Roe v. Wade. Resources: Texas's radical anti-abortion law explained The staggering implications of the Supreme Court's Texas anti-abortion ruling “Race-ing Roe: Reproductive Justice, Racial Justice, and the Battle for Roe v. Wade Hosts: Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser), Senior Correspondent, Vox Credits: Sofi LaLonde, Producer & Engineer Libby Nelson, Editorial Advisor Amber Hall, Deputy Editorial Director of Talk Podcasts Sign up for The Weeds newsletter each Friday: vox.com/weeds-newsletter Want to support The Weeds? Please consider making a donation to Vox: bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stop a draconian new Texas abortion law, especially since Roe v. Wade is already on the high court's caseload, Slate's legal affairs correspondent Dahlia Lithwick says she was “stunned, numbed, and frozen.” Also, Vox reporter Umair Irfan describes the five potential scenarios outlined by the world's top scientists for next month's World Climate Summit in Glasgow.
When the U.S. Supreme Court refused to stop a draconian new Texas abortion law, especially since Roe v. Wade is already on the high court's caseload, Slate's legal affairs correspondent Dahlia Lithwick says she was “stunned, numbed, and frozen.” Also, Vox reporter Umair Irfan describes the five potential scenarios outlined by the world's top scientists for next month's World Climate Summit in Glasgow.
It's been an especially stupid week in Congress. Members of Congress are fighting over the debt limit – an archaic, post-war provision from the 20th century. Both sides of the aisle agree that the debt limit needs to go up… but they disagree on how. Democrats can do this on their own. What are they afraid of? Attack ads? Taking up too much floor time when they have other legislation they could be working on, like the infrastructure bill and the spending bill that….they still haven't agreed on? Republicans say Democrats should raise the debt limit by themselves, but Democrats insist Republicans need to help them out. But just in the nick of time before a partial government shutdown, Republicans allowed Democrats to fund the government for about two more months, so over the holidays, we can do this all over again. Then: President Biden's approval rating is tanking. A new Quinnipiac poll puts him at just 38 percent approval on the job market and a dismal 25 percent approval rate on immigration. What's the source of this dissatisfaction?Could the problem just be that Biden isn't taking credit for the good things his presidency has done, and not “owning” enough conservatives? Next: Professor Kate Shaw joins the panel to talk about the controversial new law in Texas that bans abortions after six weeks, which was preliminarily enjoined this week by a federal judge. This might go all the way to the Supreme Court, which is already hearing oral arguments in December about a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks. Does the Constitution actually create a right to abortion? And if Roe is overturned, what can Democrats do to protect abortion access? And finally: having kids might not be that bad an idea, even today… but if you send them to school sick, Liz Bruenig has some words for you.
Authors Joshua Prager and Leni Zumas each explore the real world implications of abortion politics, through fiction and non-fiction. First, in a conversation with Michel Martin, Prager talks through his book The Family Roe: An American Story, centered on the woman who was the baby at the center of the landmark Roe v. Wade trial. Then Leni Zumas and Scott Simon discuss Zumas' novel Red Clocks, set in a time where fetal personhood legislation has outlawed not only abortion, but also in-vitro fertilization.
Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, joins us to discuss Iran. The US and Israel are discussing "other options" when the US does not re-enter the Iran nuclear plan. Also, we discuss the twisted logic of the JCPOA opposition in which these war hawks argue the opposite of reality.Teresa Lundy, principal and founder of TML Communications, a leading public relations, communications, and advocacy firm in Pennsylvania, and business columnist at Metro Philly, joins us to discuss Roe v. Wade. A federal judge has blocked the implementation of the Texas anti-abortion law. Also, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in another draconian abortion law passed in Mississippi.Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss Eastern Europe. NATO has expelled eight Russian diplomats over alleged claims of "undisclosed espionage." Also, natural gas prices in Europe are falling after Russian President Vladimir Putin said that he will boost supplies to Europe.Dan Lazare, investigative journalist and author of "America's Undeclared War," joins us to discuss Congressional warmongers. The ultra hawkish United States Congress is blocking moves to reset relations with China and adopt a "no first use" of nukes policy. Congress is a major hurdle to peaceful change in the US because they use foreign policy bravado for domestic political purposes.Caleb Maupin, journalist and political analyst, joins us to discuss US foreign policy. US President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping have agreed to a virtual meeting as the US empire's aggression towards China threatens to spin out of control. Also, the US State Department claims that they are ready to deal directly with the Taliban in what appears to be a de facto recognition of their authority.Steve Poikonen, national organizer for Action4Assange, joins us to discuss the media. Our hosts discuss the methods that Western media currently uses to propagandize and mislead their readers regarding China. Also, The New York Times publishes a fake news report and continues to spread falsehoods after the information in the article is proven to be incorrect.John Kiriakou, journalist, author and host of The Back Story, joins us to discuss the CIA's torture program. He argues that Guantanamo prisoner Abu Zubaydah should be released by the Supreme Court. Zubaydah has been held and tortured for many years in violation of US and international law.Gary Flowers, host of “The Gary Flowers Show” on radio station Rejoice WREJ-AM 990, joins us to discuss militarized police. US police departments have been armed with military weapons and trained in violence by international groups. We discuss whether the police need these weapons and why they are employed against citizens of the US empire. Is the War on Terror coming home?
Pro-life activist Seth Drayer points out how the pro-abortion side has become fearful that Roe v. Wade will soon be overturned and that the issue will return to the states. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The U.S. Supreme Court has an opportunity to finally overturn Roe v Wade and send the issue of abortion back to the states. But the case they will hear in December may not go that far. What is likely to come from the Dobbs case? Cathi Herrod asks Alliance Defending Freedom attorney, Kevin Theriot for the answer to that question and others burning in the minds of pro-lifers everywhere. Whether Dobbs is it or a steppingstone to pro-life goals, there are other cases on the horizon, including one in Arizona, that could play a pivotal role in righting a decades-old wrong.
Merrick Garland's daughter is married to the cofounder of a company that promotes CRT. Also, Law Professor Jennifer Mascott talks to Mike about possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Monsignor talks about the importance of servant leadership in our lives and ways that we can make that the focus in our daily decisions. Eric reacts to the recent decision to obstruct the new Texas Abortion law and unpacks the desperation of the Pro-choice movement to act swiftly since the end of Roe vs Wade […] All show notes at Monsignor James Shea, Importance of Servant Leadership; Eric Scheidler, Pro-life Reaction to Pro-choice Rallies - This podcast produced by Relevant Radio
2021 is shaping up to be one of the most devastating years for abortion access in decades. State legislatures have enacted a blitz of new anti-abortion legislation. As of September 1st, when Texas's six-week abortion ban went into effect, abortion has become functionally illegal in the state. The law, which deputizes citizens to sue anyone involved in abortion care, has emboldened other states to introduce copy cat bills, threatening to make it near-impossible to access an abortion in parts of the country. The Supreme Court is gearing up to hear challenges to some of these state laws including a case from Mississippi that directly challenges the 1973 precedent set in Roe v. Wade. Given the court's conservative super majority, many legal experts are warning that access to abortion may hang on Congressional action. The Women's Health Protection Act, a bill that could legally enshrine the right to abortion care, passed the House on September 24th but faces a battle in the Senate. To discuss the state of abortion rights and to preview what's to come this fall, we're joined by 3 experts leading the legal dialogue: Melissa Murray, constitutional and family law professor at NYU Law and co-host of Strict Scrutiny, Imani Gandy, senior editor at the Rewire News Group and co-host of the podcast Boom! Lawyered, and our very own Alexa Kolbi-Molinas, senior staff attorney at the ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project.
Welcome to The PULSE (September 2021), a monthly round-up of abortion-related news told from a pro-life perspective. 0:00 – Introduction 0:57 – The Texas Heartbeat Act has caused shockwaves across the nation 12:18 – US Congress passes a bill to codify Roe into law 18:21 – Mexico's Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion 23:08 – She chose to amputate her leg rather than abort her child 26:50 – San Marino residents voted to legalize abortion 30:30 – Abortion pill “experts” are paid by abortion pill manufacturers 38:29 – Conclusion Reference: Robert P. George predicts that Roe will be overturned next year: https://www.firstthings.com/article/2021/10/roe-will-go
On this week's ATTITUDES! Bryan discusses the recent massive LGBTQ+ Texas High School walkouts that were sparked after a trans girl was banned from the locker room, also Pat Roberts is retiring, just after he says some crazy garbage about the LGBTQ+ San Francisco community. Erin speaks on the Mississippi abortion case challenging Roe v. Wade on Dec 1 that could immediately ban abortions in many states if passed. All this plus ghost busting, the IATSE Union strike, and a new Season of Groceries announcement!
Sam and Emma host Mark Joseph Stern, staff writer at Slate, to discuss the new Supreme Court term, and what it holds for the justices and the country at large. Dialing in on three upcoming cases, Mark, Emma, and Sam explore how the upcoming term could see a complete deconstruction of reproductive rights, the administrative state, and any attempt at gun control legislation, now that the swing vote lies in Justice Kavanaugh's lap. Starting with Roe v. Wade, they dive into Mississippi's challenge to the viability rule, and why, despite MS's attempt to prohibit abortions past 15 weeks, the Court calling their legitimacy into question no matter what likely will encourage them to dismantle Roe in general, rather than slowly dicing it up. Next, they move on to AHA v. Becerra which puts the Chevron Doctrine and Administrative State on the chopping block. First, Mark takes the time to explain what this doctrine actually is, allowing Congress to delegate the specific regulatory numbers to the relevant agencies, whether it be the EPA determining the PPM limit on Mercury in the Air, OSHA writing health regulations in the workplace, DHHS working to set drug prices, or literally any other element of the executive branch's ability to administrate. The last case they cover is New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen, which seeks to expand the 2008 ruling of DC v. Heller that redefined the Second Amendment to apply to individuals, rather than militias, working to move the right to concealed carry into the spotlight. Mark, Emma, and Sam also dive into how Trump's and McConnell's focus on the district and circuit courts, not to mention SCOTUS, has given the Republican agenda a perfect route to judicial implementation, before wrapping up the interview with a discussion on the few options for Democrats to prevent the judicial branch's infringement on democracy. Sam and Emma also touch on the developing Kelloggs strike, as well as Biden's sudden turn on the filibuster now that keeping the legitimacy of the debt ceiling has come into the fold. And in the Fun Half: The MR crew reflects a bit on the absurdity of the coercion of abortion patients by the state, including translating electrical frequencies to audio and forcing the patient to listen, and Jeremiah from Tennessee discusses the role of adoption in the abortion debate, before Ronald Raygun and Sam get into a debate over the reproductive capabilities of… apples. Sam, Emma, Matt, and Bradley then admire the production that is the Progressive Anti-Abortion Uprising's new commercial that takes on the redistribution of oppression from actual oppressed people (Black and Brown folk, Trans folk, etc, etc) onto the TRUE oppressed class (embryos). They also touch on the self-destructive capacity of the Democratic party, and discuss the importance of anti-trust law and valuing Elizabeth Warren in this fight. Sam from Indiana wraps up the show with a weird debate on individual rights, bodily autonomy, and gun ownership, plus, your calls and IMs! Become a member at JoinTheMajorityReport.com Subscribe to the AMQuickie newsletter here. 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Are you pro-life or pro-choice? My body is my choice to do whatever I know is best for me, is what the Queens talk about this week. They talk personal abortion views, the new Texas law on Roe v Wade, what should be happening and more. Tune in and follow @queensuncut --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackqueensuncut/support
The most honest thing I've ever read about abortion is by Caitlin Flanagan. It's called “The Dishonesty of the Abortion Debate: Why We Need to Face the Best Argument From the Other Side.” You can read it here. On today's episode, and in light of the new law in Texas, which effectively bans abortion, a conversation with my friend Caitlin. We talk about the best arguments on both sides of this issue, the reality of life before Roe v. Wade, the state of feminism and more. Read all of Caitlin's work for the Atlantic here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The court, which is dominated by six Republican appointees, will confront a charged docket, including a case asking it to overrule Roe v. Wade. Abortion rights activists marched Saturday, voicing opposition to a Texas law that heavily restricts abortion access. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shelley is a clinical psychologist and second-wave feminist who's been fighting for our rights since the 70s. She was an early beneficiary of Roe vs Wade, which legalised abortion in the US, and chose to be sterilised at 21. Now that she's 65, it was a pleasure to look back with her over an action-packed life, to see how far we've come in the struggle for gender equality and bodily autonomy... and why we're still fighting! Shelley was the perfect person to speak to about the question of whether to have kids or not, as she's helped many women think through their options, and her example lights the way for anyone interested in taking the road less-travelled. If you're curious about the childfree choice, this one's packed full of advice and insights that could help your decision. And if you've made up your mind, this episode will give you an absolute icon to look up to! We are Childfree was just named Childfree Group of the Year!Find out when the We are Childfree online community launches at wearechildfree.com
Patrick Madden hosted this Monday's episode of Louisiana Considered. In an excerpt from this weekend's All Things Considered, NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenbergand host Michel Martindiscuss what's at stake this Supreme Court session, especially regarding women's reproductive rights. In a discussion from Louisiana Considered aired September 21, WWNO/WRKF Public Health Reporter Rosemary Westwoodand host Diane Mackdiscuss a specific case the Supreme Court will hear that could overturn or negate the abortion rights ruling of Roe v. Wade in Louisiana. The court will decide if Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, a 2018 Mississippi case which effectively bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy with no exceptions in cases of rape or incest, is constitutional. Under current Supreme Court precedent, the right to have an abortion is generally considered to be guaranteed until about 24 weeks of pregancy. If the Supreme Court upholds the lower court's ruling, then a similar 15-week abortion ban will take effect in Louisiana. The Times-Picayune | The New Orleans Advocate columnist Jeff Duncandiscusses his recent series on the future of the New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans. The owner of both teams, Gayle Benson, discussed ownership succession plans with Jeff at length. Benson wants the team to stay in New Orleans and Jeff believes that decision will be honored. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 19- Texas Goddamn – Show Notes In this episode attorney, Mary Whiteside breaks down the tyranny emerging in Texas caused by the Republican controlled state legislature, which has enacted laws written by Dark Money funded political operatives like ALEC and SNP, groups designed to write right wing laws to benefit Dark Money donors and religious zealots .This unholy alliance has seemingly unlimited funding, which has been used to capture a large part of the Federal Judiciary including the Supreme Court. What is happening in Texas is the plan for the rest of the country. This is the all hands on deck moment for democracy and the rights of the majority of its citizens. MAIN POINTS: The Texas 6 week abotion ban was passed to please the religious zealot voting block (aka the pro-life voters). The specifics of the far right agenda is deeply unpopular with voters because it hurts everyone who is not extremely rich. Therefore, they needed to build a coalition of voters. The religious zealot voting block only focuses on overturning Roe v. Wade leaving the Koch politicians free to enact other policies without scrutiny. The Captured Supreme Court was installed to make sure Roe is overturned or gutted to the point of practical irrelevance. The Robert's Court is fulfilling their promise to the Dark Money Texas enacts the Koch operatives' long term strategy by passing the most restrictive voter suppression/restrictions, which is the key to permanently installing an autocratic Christian Nationalist minority. Part 3 looks at all the other laws Texas passed this year to advance the Koch project to make America hospitable for corporations and the ultra wealthy. CONCLUSION: We need to pressure the Democratically controlled Congress and President Biden to pass these laws. The Women's Health Protection Act - This bill would establish a statutory right for health care professionals to provide abortion care and the right for their patients to receive care, free from bans and medically unnecessary restrictions that single out abortion care. The Judicial Ads Act would require identification of donors who fund advocacy campaigns aimed at confirming their favored nominees. The Disclose Act The For the People Act, The Freedom to Vote Act We also need to make our voices loud, especially with our state, local and national representatives. We need to spend our money strategically and stop giving money to fossil fuel and businesses that are using their wealth to undermine and weaken democracy. Resources https://www.texastribune.org/2021/08/31/new-texas-laws-september-2021/ https://www.khou.com/article/news/local/texas/new-texas-laws-2021/285-d5170afe-e39c-401f-a575-bf110bba780b https://www.brennancenter.org/our-work/analysis-opinion/texass-proposed-voter-suppression-law https://www.democrats.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Captured%20Courts%20-%20Reproductive%20Rights.pdf https://www.npr.org/2021/07/09/1014579306/texas-republicans-have-a-new-voting-bill-heres-whats-in-it https://www.uclalawreview.org/the-equality-argument-for-abortion-rights/ Need More Access Follow the pod on Facebook, Twitter @courtpod to see what we think about current events and let us know your thoughts. Have compliments, criticisms, or suggestions. Email us at email@example.com Subscribe so you don't miss an episode on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, Sticher, Vurb, or via RSS. Rate and Review (5 Stars!) the show to help people find us.
The audience at a NASCAR race started a chant, and a reporter tried to spin it in a positive light. Dr. Fauci says it's “too soon to tell” if you can celebrate Christmas with your families, and Glenn and Stu discuss the absurdity of Dr. Fauci and how America perceives him. Pat Gray joins Glenn and Stu to discuss the gap between the vaccinated and unvaccinated. Glenn discusses the importance of truth and the balance of power. Glenn and Stu talk about Sen. Kyrsten Sinema being berated in a public bathroom by immigration activists. The baby from Roe v. Wade will be speaking out on an upcoming TV special. Glenn and Stu discuss that special, along with the history of the politics behind abortion. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fauci wants to cancel Christmas, the Pfizer shot is NOT FDA approved, the George Floyd monument is vandalized, Roe v Wade, and the downfall of Australia. Also, the best fake news cover up of all time. You don't want to miss this episode! minutemencoffee.com CODE:Graham GoodRanchers.com/Graham (09:47) PaintYourLife.com Text: DEAR to 6400 (18:38) BuyRaycon.com/Graham (30:58) MyPillow.com CODE:Graham (46:50) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What You Need to Know is the Supreme Court is the next target. The left, and the narrative machine, which of course targets people and issues to override them are going after the Supreme Court. Justice Alito says the Supreme Court didn't nullify Roe v. Wade in Texas abortion decision: 'This portrayal feeds unprecedented efforts to intimidate the court' (msn.com). This is an effort for the media to intimidate the Supreme Court. Dean Reuter, Senior Vice President and General Counsel of The Federalist Society, talks about his brand new book — The Hidden Nazi: The Untold Story of America's Deal with the Devil. This is a fascinating and detailed look into history. Find the book and also check out FedSoc.org. Ret. Col. John Mills, national security pro, tells us that we should stop watching the mainstream media and start watching other forms of media like the Pro America Report, etc. There is excitement growing across the nation for election integrity especially as the results come out from the Arizona audit. Check out National Election Integrity Association at NEIA.us. Wrap up: Pelosi is failing because Biden is fading! President Joe Biden's numbers are so bad and Build Back Better is not interesting to people in the US congress. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rafia Zakaria, attorney, political philosopher, and author of the new book Against White Feminism talks about abortion, Afghanistan, empire, individualism, white supremacy and more with Sam Goldman. Follow Rafia on Twitter at @rafiazakaria. Mentioned in the conversation: The Other Afghan Women by Anand Gopal. Rallies for abortion rights were held around the country yesterday in response to the abortion ban in Texas and the plans for the Supreme Court to overturn Roe this year. Continued and spreading protest is needed now - get in touch with Refuse Fascism organizers by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Send your comments about the Refuse Fascism podcast to email@example.com or @SamBGoldman. Or leave a voicemail at 917-426-7582 or on https://anchor.fm/refuse-fascism/message. Connect with the movement at RefuseFascism.org and support: Venmo: @Refuse-Fascism Cashapp: @RefuseFascism paypal.me/refusefascism donate.refusefascism.org Music for this episode: Penny the Snitch by Ikebe Shakedown. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/refuse-fascism/message
Join us for a timely discussion on the growing movement to challenge the infamous Roe v. Wade decision. Hear about a draconian piece of legislation recently passed in the US House of Representatives and hear what decisions are working their way up to the US Supreme Court. Also, we will discuss the difference between 'equity' and 'equality'. Get ready to think biblically and critically on today's broadcast.
Joy Reid leads this episode of The ReidOut with developments on Capitol Hill as Democrats push to avoid a government shutdown and pass President Biden's economic agenda. Meanwhile, Senators Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema are refusing to pass Biden's Build Back Better agenda. Rep. Ro Khanna of California, deputy whip for the Congressional Progressive Caucus, joins Joy to discuss. And tomorrow, three congresswomen will testify on their deeply personal stories of abortion at a House hearing on reproductive rights. In an exclusive aired first on The ReidOut, NBC News Capitol Hill correspondent Ali Vitali spoke with Rep. Barbara Lee, Rep. Cori Bush, and Rep. Pramila Jayapal about their experiences -- ranging from what abortion looked like before Roe v. Wade, to grappling with the aftermath of traumatic experiences at a young age. Finally, Joy Reid critiques the Republicans cozying up to right-wing militias and extremist groups, such as the Oath Keepers, Three Percenters, AFPAC and QAnon, in tonight's "The Absolute Worst." All this and much more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Dec. 1 in a case from Mississippi that tests whether all state laws that ban pre-viability abortions are unconstitutional. That case poses a serious challenge to Roe v. Wade, the decision that originally permitted abortion nationwide. For this episode we look at what the court was thinking when they decided Roe in 1973, and what the court may do in the upcoming term.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith and legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at firstname.lastname@example.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.
The #SistersInLaw meet this week to discuss the R. Kelly trial and the role of racketeering charges in his prosecution. Then they look at the latest aggressive lawsuit filed by Donald Trump against his own niece and the NYT, before reviewing the latest developments in our country's abortion wars and the challenges developing to the recent Texas Law. Links To This Week's Sponsors Noom: To sign up for your Noom trial, go to noom.com Thrive Causemetics: For 15% off your first order, go to thrivecausemetics.com and use the promo code: QE2FY5D28CB2 Policy Genus: Get insurance right at policygenius.com Recent Articles From The #SistersInLaw: From Kimberly Atkins Stohr on the challenges to Roe and the role of the Supreme Court. Mentioned by Jill Wine-Banks: R Kelly Indictment Trump lawsuit Get More From The #Sisters In Law Joyce Vance: Twitter | University of Alabama Law | MSNBC Jill Wine-Banks: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Author of The Watergate Girl: My Fight For Truth & Justice Against A Criminal President Kimberly Atkins Stohr: Twitter | Boston Globe | WBUR Barb McQuade: Twitter | University of Michigan Law | Just Security | MSNBC Email the sisters at SISTERSINLAW@POLITICON.COM Or tweet using #SistersInLaw