Friday, May 06, 2022

The leak and other abortion stories with Michael Bargo



The leak and other abortion stories with Michael Bargo 05/06 by Silvio Canto Jr | Politics

Guest: Michael Bargo, author and political commentator.... we will review the Supreme Court leak and other abortion stories....
plus other stories.....click to listen:


Friday's video: The leak and other stories


Friday's video:

The silence about the leak and now the threats against the Justices & churches.......Biden failing as a moderate.....Taking a break from social will improve your mental health.....Happy # 91 Willie Mays.....and other stories......

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Roe has been a big source of our divisions


 (My new American Thinker post)

A few years ago, a late friend said something like this:  Abortion is terrible, Roe is worse.  His point was that Roe was the most poisonous Supreme Court opinion ever written.  It took abortion from the voters and left us with one of the most radical abortion standards.  After all, most countries have regulations on abortion, i.e. 12 weeks for example. In the U.S., it's a woman's right whenever she wants to exercise it.

Over the last few days, we've heard so many lies about overturning Roe.  A Wall Street Journal editorial puts in some perspective:   

First, they ban abortion. Next will be a contraception ban. Then a ban on same-sex and even interracial marriage. Soon we will all be living in “The Handmaid’s Tale.”

That’s the parade of horribles that Democrats and the media are trying to sell Americans after the leak of a draft Supreme Court opinion that would repeal a constitutional right to abortion.   

If Roe v. Wade falls, it “would mean that every other decision related to the notion of privacy is thrown into question,” President Biden warned Tuesday. “Does this mean that in Florida they can decide they’re going to pass a law saying that same-sex marriage is not permissible?” If we can borrow a word he likes, the President is peddling disinformation.

The press is full of similar pearl-clutching about which precedent the Supreme Court might strike down next. 

Is it Obergefell (2015), which enshrined gay marriage? 

Griswold (1965), which overturned a state law prohibiting married couples from buying contraceptives? 

What about even Loving v. Virginia (1967), which guaranteed interracial marriage?

The correct answer is none of the above, as Justice Samuel Alito’s draft takes pains to emphasize.

That's correct.  None of the above.   

What we will see is that a post-Roe world will allow unconditional abortion in blue states. The red states will allow abortion but with some regulations. Maybe a couple of states will ban the practice all together. In other words, abortion is not going away for those women who really want to get one.  Furthermore, an abortion tourism industry will flourish in California and even Canada. Go West, abortionist!

What we are watching is the kind of hysterical news coverage that confirms why Roe is at the core of our divisions. Overturn Roe and we will see a lot of the poison flushed out of the well.

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A word about May 6






We remember May 6:

Best player ever?   We remember Willie Mays who was born in Westfield, Alabama, on this day in 1931.  He broke with the Giants in 1951 and the rest of the story is one of the greatest careers in baseball history:   .302 career average, 3,283 hits, 660 HR, 1,903 RBI, & the first 30 HR-30 stolen bases player ever.   

Tragedy:  It happened on this day in 1937 when the Hindenburg burst into flames killing 36 passengers and crew members.   Catch the audio.

1970 and the last Beatles' 45:   "The long and winding road", with "For you blue" on the B-side.  The singe reached # 1 on Billboard in June.

1915:  Babe Ruth hit his first home run or # 1 of 714..

1957:   CBS aired the last “I Love Lucy” episode. It was the 181st episode of one of the most successful TV shows ever.    

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Happy # 91 Willie Mays


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We remember Willie Mays who was born in Westfield, Alabama, on this day in 1931.

He broke with the Giants in 1951 and the rest of the story is one of the greatest careers in baseball history:   .302 career average, 3,283 hits, 660 HR, 1,903 RBI, & the first 30 HR-30 stolen bases player ever.

In my book, the greatest center fielder ever and one of the top players of all time.   He could do everything:   NL Rookie of the Year award in 1951, 20 All-Star teams, won two NL MVP & 12 straight Gold Gloves 1957-68.
 
This is amazing:  Mays finished in the top-10 in the MVP voting 12 times in 13 seasons from 1954-66.

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