According to CNN, “A new Arkansas law allows husbands to sue
wives to stop abortion.”
Feminists always say “it takes two to tango” in making a
baby.As such, they’re constantly
hitting up the guy for child support.But if it takes two to tango and the guy is the one who will be on the
hook financially, shouldn’t he have a say in the decision – including if he
wants the child the woman wants to abort?
This is gonna be a fascinating fight.And feminists do NOT hold the moral
high ground on this one.
Dr. Chuck Muth, PsD
Nevada’s #1 Irritator of Liberals and RINOs
P.S. It doesn’t
matter that Vice President Mike Pence
had to cast the deciding vote to confirm Betsy
DeVos as the new Secretary of Education.What matters is that voucher champion DeVos IS the new Education
Let the dismantling begin!
P.P.S.I leave at o’dark
thirty tomorrow morning for Panama to cover a conference on the National
Popular Vote Compact.Muth’s Truths will
likely return next Monday.Hold down the
Dems Black-and-Blueprint Poses Real Danger to Nevada’s
Small Biz Community
(Brent Jones) – The Democrats’ legislative “Blueprint”
released on Day One of the 2017 session should more accurately be referred to
as their “Black-and-Blueprint” considering how badly Nevada’s small businesses
and entrepreneurs will get beat up if enacted.
Let’s start with a bill from Assemblywoman Ellen Spiegel
“requiring certain employers to provide a reasonable time and place for an
employee who is a nursing mother to express breast milk” along with a $5,000
penalty if you violate this new-fangled freedom of “expression.”
Ford Has No Mandate
for His Far-Left Black-and-Blueprint
(Chuck Muth) - While
new President Donald Trump bolted out of the starting gate and was halfway around
the track before the left even knew the race had started, new Democrat Senate Majority
Leader Aaron Ford stumbled out of the gate over his two left feet on opening
day of the 2017 Nevada Legislature.
Indeed, on the very first day Ford delivered a widely-panned
hyper-partisan floor speech vowing to undo long overdue reforms passed by the
2015 Legislature while simultaneously unveiling a liberal legislative “blueprint”
for 2017 that REAL Chamber of Commerce President Brent Jones has referred to as
a “Black-and-Blueprint” because of how badly it will beat up Nevada’s taxpayers
and business community.