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Posts on 07/01/22

NATO Madrid Summit: Success for Alliance, Sanchez

(Consoly Leon Arias, Spain / Canary, 07/01/22 5:23 am) The NATO summit held in Madrid, on June 29 and 30, has ended with a positive balance both for the unity of action of the allies and for the interests of Spain. However, we must not l ...

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Carson v Makin and Religious Freedom

(David Duggan, USA, 07/01/22 4:33 am) John E asked how the Carson v Makin Supreme Court decision would square with the First Amendment prohibiting the establishment of religion. The answer is easy: if a state provides a vouc ...

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Abortion and Islam

(Massoud Malek, USA, 07/01/22 3:59 am) Most of us believe that beside a heart, we also have soul which leaves the body when we die. Does life begin with the heartbeat or when the soul enters the fetus? Muslims believe that the soul ...

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Criminalizing Abortion Does Not Prevent It; Abortion and Jewish Law

(Helen Pitlick, USA, 07/01/22 3:26 am) While I completely agree with Cameron Sawyer's statement that we need to acknowledge why pro-life folks feel the way they do (and really, it's important to understand the motivations of anyone ...

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Posts on 06/30/22

Carson v Makin: The Other Supreme Court Bombshell

(Sam Abrams, USA, 06/30/22 8:58 am) This analysis of the Supreme Court's disregard for foreign practice in Carson v. Makin might be of interest to the WAIS readership: Read more

The Habit Does Not Make the Monk: Politics of Pro-Choice in Spain

(Consoly Leon Arias, Spain / Canary, 06/30/22 8:19 am) John E asked how I can belong both to the Spanish Right and have a pro-choice position on abortion. John's assumptions are mistaken. It is not my intention to impress anyone through my WAIS ...

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"We Give Birth, We Decide": Is This a Legitimate Point?

(Cameron Sawyer, USA, 06/30/22 6:59 am) Consoly Leon Arias wrote that the abortion question should be decided on the basis of the principle that "We give birth, therefore we decide." However much one understands the pro-choi ...

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NATO to Augment "Forward Defense" Troops: Madrid Summit

(Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 06/30/22 4:18 am) The present NATO meeting in Spain, in spite of local protests, is moving ahead towards WWIII. Even more concerning, I am not sure that it will win. In reality, NATO has not isolated Russia.  Rat ...

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Posts on 06/29/22

"We Give Birth; We Decide"

(Consoly Leon Arias, Spain / Canary, 06/29/22 8:43 am) At present the horizon of human reproduction is full of doubts, fears and expectations. While countless women put themselves in the hands of the technology of aiding procreation, others do everything ...

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In Defense of Gold

(Tor Guimaraes, USA, 06/29/22 4:06 am) John Eipper asked, "Tor, several times on WAIS you've lamented the US abandonment of the gold standard. Can you elaborate? No nation today has more than a symbolic connection to the preciou ...

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