Let me just start by saying that I am pro-choice on grounds that it protects women's health. One of the main rationales for legalizing abortions in the first place was that the illegality of it caused primitve methods to be used, causing sickness and death. The actual rate of abortions is static year to year, and has actually fallen since the 1980's (and the 1950's for that matter).
But I find it sort of contradictory that corporations are granted rights, like free speech etc, while embryos are not considered people.
The way I see it, personhood needs to be taken away from corporations, to reduce their impact on the way that this country and the way that many developing countries are run.
by Editor and Chief5 years ago
I say no! Words games can manipulate peoples minds. The Citizens United Decision by the Supreme Court gave Corporations the Rights of people. Corporations are actually straw men - pieces of paper. They can be bought and...
by AnnCee6 years ago
The House will vote, perhaps today, on Rep. Mike Pence’s amendment to the Continuing Resolution which would zero out taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood last year received $363 million in money...
by Chris Mills4 years ago
I am pro-life. I am so adamant about seeing the number of abortions decrease that I am in favor of providing contraception to minors without parental consent. I could actually work side by side with a...
by Kathryn L Hill4 months ago
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by My Esoteric3 days ago
This is actually a math question. #RealFact: Over the Long-Run, the GDP Growth Rate is roughly equal to Population Growth Rate PLUS Productivity Growth Rate. Before you say BS, consider this.From 1960...
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