Some unique arguments that Roe v. Wade, by its own standards, is outdated, some of which you don't hear too much:
I present to you the corpse of "Access to Abortion":
Seconds ago: The General Assembly proposal "Access to Abortion" [The United Commonwealths of Imperium Anglorum] failed to achieve quorum.
We are the pro-life generation.
Culture of Life, Judah, Horatius Cocles, Savopia, and 22 othersPhydios, The Rouge Christmas State, Stellonia, The Catholic State of Eire, New Waldensia, Tesyky, Viridus, Fluvannia, DragonWings, Lagrodia, The Greysonian Empire, Trillmore, The Sladerstan, Eirebakee, Matthuvan union, Northern and Southern Texas, Under Ledzia, Attancia, Atlantis the mantis, The Pilgrims in the Desert, Pope Saint Peter the Apostle, and Wolverine Dominion
Culture of Life, Horatius Cocles, Savopia, Phydios, and 11 othersThe Rouge Christmas State, Stellonia, United Massachusetts, The Catholic State of Eire, New Waldensia, Matthuvan union, Northern and Southern Texas, Under Ledzia, Atlantis the mantis, The Pilgrims in the Desert, and Pope Saint Peter the Apostle
For now. We will continue fighting.
The pro-life generation does not let its guard down.
Why do we have an endorsement cap, instead of having mandatory delegate endorsement?
So nobody is allowed 11 or more endorsements except for the delegate?
On this Memorial Day, we pray for those who courageously laid down their lives for the cause of freedom.
May the examples of their sacrifice inspire in us the selfless love of Your Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.
Bless the families of our fallen troops, and fill their homes and their lives with Your strength and peace.
I've opened a new regional poll on the Senate's structure. By the end of the month, Senators The Catholic State of Eire, Phydios, and United Massachusetts will be approving a referendum for the June regional ballot.
Maybe I'm crazy, but I'd like to see the Senate be more elastic in the future. If the region's more active, the Congress could make it larger. If the region's less active, the Congress could make it smaller.
Also, the voting system we use has been a somewhat regular topic of debate. In the past, I think the Senate has been chosen through single non-transferable voting and limited voting.
Right now, it's elected through cumulative voting.
And I recall that Stellonia has been a proponent of proportional representation (PR) in the past.
If our region's party system were more stable, I wouldn't be opposed to experimenting with the PR system known as panachage.
I wish them the best of luck.
I agree with this. I think that the Citizens' Assembly should determine the size of the Senate.
I still am.
If this system were more likely to be implemented than any other proportional representation system, I would support it.