Search:

Type: Posts; User: Terraceth

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds; generated 20 minute(s) ago.

  1. Replies
    387
    Views
    8,576

    Roe v. Wade was in no way "necessary" because...

    Roe v. Wade was in no way "necessary" because those restrictive state regulations ran afoul of no part of the Constitution. Well, to be fair, a reasonable argument could be made they were (as worded...
  2. Replies
    387
    Views
    8,576

    Except the "balance" attempted was the state's...

    Except the "balance" attempted was the state's interest in health/potential life against... nothing. What "right" of the woman was being removed? The prohibition of abortion is a prohibition of a...
  3. Replies
    117
    Views
    1,485

    I think the continued support is less about Trump...

    I think the continued support is less about Trump himself and more about increasingly fractured US political system where it seems candidates and parties seem to gather their support mostly by not...
  4. Replies
    387
    Views
    8,576

    The question of how many people want Roe v. Wade...

    The question of how many people want Roe v. Wade overturned is an odd one. When asked directly whether they want it overturned the numbers aren't that high, but from what I can tell a good chunk of...
  5. Replies
    47
    Views
    417

    I believe no change has occurred in English. This...

    I believe no change has occurred in English. This was an adjustment to the Italian liturgical translation of the prayer. Many do expect a similar change to occur in English, but it hasn't happened...
  6. Replies
    250
    Views
    2,634

    seer and carpedm, didn't you guys start a thread...

    seer and carpedm, didn't you guys start a thread in another area of the forums a while ago so you could have your endless moral relativism debates without causing lengthy derails on the subject in...
  7. Replies
    387
    Views
    8,576

    Is Biden the most moderate of the Democrats...

    Is Biden the most moderate of the Democrats running for president?
  8. Replies
    9
    Views
    175

    To be honest, I'm confused about what grmorton is...

    To be honest, I'm confused about what grmorton is arguing. He just sort of jumps into all of this without any context.
  9. Replies
    399
    Views
    11,044

    What I find noticeable is the difference in...

    What I find noticeable is the difference in rhetoric from the past.

    I've recommended John Hart Ely's "The Wages of Crying Wolf" article before, because it's such a great explanation as to why Roe...
  10. I'm not sure I agree with a permanent ban... but...

    I'm not sure I agree with a permanent ban... but I would be perfectly happy with a lengthy suspension (say, 10-20 years) from doing so.
  11. Christianity existed for its first several...

    Christianity existed for its first several hundred years as a minority religion; I don't see why it can't do that again.

    Heck, the things churches are dealing with in the Western world are small...
  12. Replies
    75
    Views
    2,219

    When did I say anything about "exceptions"? It's...

    When did I say anything about "exceptions"? It's not a matter of "exceptions" because the question is what they count as for the purpose of sports. Is the number of true intersex (by which I mean...
  13. Enh, I'd argue a primary is a bit different from...

    Enh, I'd argue a primary is a bit different from the presidential election. Honestly, if the parties wanted they could just choose their candidates internally without any primaries, as they used to;...
  14. Replies
    75
    Views
    2,219

    The problem is the intersex. What objective...

    The problem is the intersex. What objective standard exists to determine which gender they get counted as for sports?
  15. Replies
    165
    Views
    4,251

    The problem I have with that argument is this: It...

    The problem I have with that argument is this: It is true there is no explicit description of infant baptism in the New Testament (the household baptisms could have included them, but that is nothing...
  16. Replies
    10
    Views
    500

    I'm a pretty big fan of screenjunkies (the guys...

    I'm a pretty big fan of screenjunkies (the guys who make Honest Trailers)
  17. Replies
    75
    Views
    2,219

    Where can verification of this be found?

    Where can verification of this be found?
  18. Replies
    31
    Views
    696

    I don't really care much either way, I just don't...

    I don't really care much either way, I just don't have a problem with the idea of them voting after finishing their prison sentence and any probation/parole. Given that more severe crimes generally...
  19. Replies
    76
    Views
    4,595

    This seems to be less the government and more the...

    This seems to be less the government and more the fact none of the distributors want to touch it, though.
  20. Replies
    399
    Views
    11,044

    I do find it somewhat ironic that some pro-life...

    I do find it somewhat ironic that some pro-life politicians--most notably Rand Paul--seem to be of the opinion that Lochner v. New York (and the other cases of the "Lochner era") was correctly...
  21. Replies
    399
    Views
    11,044

    Well, not quite. As my linked article pointed out...

    I am no defender of Roe v. Wade, but the Constitution not saying something about abortion doesn't mean anything in and of itself. The Constitution says nothing about the right of movement between...
  22. Replies
    31
    Views
    696

    Letting them vote after finishing their prison...

    Letting them vote after finishing their prison sentence and all applicable probation/parole doesn't seem unreasonable to me.
  23. Replies
    399
    Views
    11,044

    John Hart Ely, in his famous article criticizing...

    John Hart Ely, in his famous article criticizing Roe v. Wade, summarizes the reasoning like this:


    1. The right to privacy, though not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, is protected by...
  24. Replies
    18
    Views
    703

    I remember reading about this a while ago....

    I remember reading about this a while ago. Apparently the Liberal Party was in fact the liberal party when it was first created, hence its name. But due to shifts it and other parties went through...
  25. Replies
    399
    Views
    11,044

    I double checked the article I had read. Turns...

    I double checked the article I had read. Turns out it was talking about the Georgia bill:
    https://www.nationalreview.com/corner/georgia-heartbeat-bill-will-not-imprison-women-who-have-abortions/
    ...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4