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RIGHT TO LIFE is a community of nations that recognizes and promotes defense of the unalienable rights of the unborn. The nations of this region oppose induced abortion in all or most cases.

World Assembly members are required to endorse the President: Aawia.

There is a two-thirds endorsement cap. The next regional election is on September 1–11.



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1.The Dixieland Empire of The Rouge Christmas StateCorporate Bordello“Facts don't care about your feelings.”
2.The Armed Republic of The United States of Qui-GonInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Give me Liberty or Give Me Death!”
3.The Ancient Waldensian Republic of New SequoyahCorporate Bordello“Light shines in the darkness.”
4.The Constitutional Monarchy of Failesian EmpireCapitalist Paradise“God preserve us”
5.The Republic of CyberpunkerRight-wing Utopia“God, Prosperity, Liberty”
6.The Republic of The Confederacy of BeastlandAnarchy“Defende Libertatem; Tunc Res Publica Conservabitur”
7.The Rogue Nation of De la LouisianeCivil Rights Lovefest“Lache pas la patate”
8.The Eternal Empire of HalsawCorporate Police State“Self reliance and self determination”
9.The Holy Empire of The CRCFree-Market Paradise“Thy word is true from the beginning”
10.The United States of ZedlatviaCompulsory Consumerist State“Such is life in glorious Zedlatvia”
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Regional Poll • Cultural or legal victory for the pro-life movement?

The Republic of Horatius Cocles wrote:Per Roborian's hypothetical on the rmb, please select which option you'd prefer as the outcome/focus of the pro-life movement.

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The Federation of Roborian

New Dolgaria wrote:But in the original dilemma, didn't you say that Scenario 1 resulted in less abortions overall?

Yes, as a hypothetical, I noted in the beginning of my response to Phydios the effectiveness in real-life, we did sort of end up getting blurred on which we were talking about.

Roborian wrote:Outside of the hypothetical, where the numbers were just concocted to create the dilemma, bans are going to be effective. Not perfectly effective: no law of any kind is perfectly effective, but a ban on abortion tomorrow would immediately reduce abortion rates more than decades of advocacy, just as, to return to the abolition example, the 13th Amendment did dramatically more to bring slavery to an end than decades of abolitionist rhetoric. The rhetoric is not useless, it is worthwhile, but outside of hypotheticals it will likely never do even a fraction as much as criminalization.

The Federation of Roborian

Horatius Cocles wrote:Meanwhile, Texas has just passed a restrictive voting bill, even though this is already the hardest state in the country to vote in. We have abysmally low turnout in this state as it is. Remember though, this is all for "election security" and "ballot integrity." The Texas Gop took Trump's baseless voter fraud allegations seriously and the fact that the state GOP is led by a Tea Party conservative doesn't bode well. Amid all the other pieces of legislation that could have been debated at Austin, this junk was chosen as our governor's highest priority. Not the “I am Vanessa Guillén Act” or the “George Floyd Act” got traction in Austin but this restrictive bill was passed no problem. Living in Harris County, a top target for state Republicans, we will now have to undo the very things that got us higher turnout in 2020. No more drive through voting, limited to no ballot boxes, crackdowns on mail in voting, etc. It’s a great way to ensure Republican dominance for another decade (did I mention they also control the redistricting process as well?)

I'm currently looking to find a relatively neutral summary of the bill beyond the text itself, which provisions do you have the biggest issues with? My take from some older articles (I do not know know all of the amendments made since) is that it seems a mix of bureaucratic provisions that are largely stupid and negative and that I would oppose, though are not very immensely transformative (such as changing precinct zoning), changes that seem reasonable (Give your driver's license or other ID number on your absentee ballot, no blindly sending out ballots unless specifically requested), and ones that are a mix (protecting poll watchers, but seemingly clumsily/overzealously-which appears to now have been fixed by amendment.)

I definitely think at least the mail-in changes are in order. I'm strongly of the mind that elections ought to take place on Election Day, and that mail-in or early voting should not exist outside of cases of need (disability, etc.) The inclusion of some other parts such as the precinct zoning in particular (assuming that is still part of the bill), however, seem to be pretty good evidence that there's some level of partisan and/or corrupt motivation behind some Republicans pushing the bill, unless there's an argument for such changes that I'm just not aware of.

The Federation of Roborian

Words and phrases included in practicing Catholic Joe Biden's National Day of Prayer Proclamation:

-"existential threat of climate change"

Words and phrases not included:

-"God"

https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2021/05/05/a-proclamation-on-national-day-of-prayer/

The United States of Malant
The Federation of Roborian

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The Republic of The Confederacy of Beastland

Horatius Cocles wrote:Meanwhile, Texas has just passed a restrictive voting bill, even though this is already the hardest state in the country to vote in. We have abysmally low turnout in this state as it is. Remember though, this is all for "election security" and "ballot integrity." The Texas Gop took Trump's baseless voter fraud allegations seriously and the fact that the state GOP is led by a Tea Party conservative doesn't bode well. Amid all the other pieces of legislation that could have been debated at Austin, this junk was chosen as our governor's highest priority. Not the “I am Vanessa Guillén Act” or the “George Floyd Act” got traction in Austin but this restrictive bill was passed no problem. Living in Harris County, a top target for state Republicans, we will now have to undo the very things that got us higher turnout in 2020. No more drive through voting, limited to no ballot boxes, crackdowns on mail in voting, etc. It’s a great way to ensure Republican dominance for another decade (did I mention they also control the redistricting process as well?)

They aren't "baseless". As I've said many times, he recieved many many more votes than Obama. He only won HALF the counties Obama won: that is what happened in Pennsylvania, for instance. An impossible number of votes came from one area turning it blue

He gained an immpossible number. I am sorry.

And making it so that you have to prove youre a citizen to vote isnt "voter suppression" LOL. They had to get a warrant to allow the observers (who must be there legally) in certain areas which were illegally denying observers' accessm. Then once they finally got in the building, the counters started putting cardboard over windows so the observers couldnt see in. Is this suspicious to you? Because it is definitely illegal. Eventually the observers were taken out with the crowd of democrats cheering because they KNOW fraud has occurred.

Let's be honest: the problems democrats have with this, along with Biden telling illegals to "surge" to the border, is obviously evidence of how Democrats secretly support (or certainly dont care about) voter fraud. It helps them.

^That is also why democrats sent over 70 lawyers to attempt to stop the audit, which I believe I have said. Nothing happened so there's nothing to worry about right? Oh, it's a "ridiculous" measure, my pre installed lib news app tells me.

The Republic of The Confederacy of Beastland

Beto is such a clown. He is almost more fun to make fun of than Biden. I am gonna change my name to its Spanish version (if it has one). Oh my, I really cant believe how people can take him seriously.

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The Republic of Distril

I think a lot of voter laws passing in states will do little to stop actual election fraud. I think a lot of measures in states miss actual good reforms and instead kinda show off that they can pass these reforms because they can. I can understand Voter ID if IDs are universal and free but I don’t understand poll closures, extreme delays, and restrictions on how people can turn in their vote

The Republic of The Confederacy of Beastland

Distril wrote:I think a lot of voter laws passing in states will do little to stop actual election fraud. I think a lot of measures in states miss actual good reforms and instead kinda show off that they can pass these reforms because they can. I can understand Voter ID if IDs are universal and free but I don’t understand poll closures, extreme delays, and restrictions on how people can turn in their vote

Extreme delays? Do you mean making it so that votes must be admitted by a certain time? If so, I think that is absolutely necessary (People want time to commit fraud). And "restrictions" on how people can turn in their vote: I think that is totally normal if I heard the policies proposed right (unsafe dropboxes, crazy mail in voting schemes (I have no problem if you REQUEST specifically a ballot when you're paralyzed, a soldier, in a remote location, etc, but I dont think it is crazy to ask people to get ofd their asses to vote or at least not send ballots to everyone, in some places whether or not they asked)). I would also just get rid of voting machines totally, though I think they may have already done that in TX (don't quote me on that)

Unfortunately, I dont know how long it will be for certain policies instilled by covid to go away. We will probably (or in the blue states anyway) never regain full freedom. Giving away our freedom and destroying our economy for the false belief that we are helping ourselves: taking extreme measures over a disease which has over a 99 percent survival rate for those aged 70 and up here in the United States (the FLU). I see people walking outside with their masks on just to show off and it makes me sick.

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