In this episode we look at some wrong hot takes on the Kyle Rittenhouse case and ask why it was treated differently than the Breonna Taylor case in 2020. President Biden was threatened by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops again over his pro-choice stance but the Pope stepped in to provide cover. We get an update on Ohio’s terrible congressional district maps and yet another anti-abortion bill that isn’t needed.
In this episode we take a look at the dumpster fire that is Ohio’s redistricting process after the 2020 census then we talk about the lack of research in the use of ivermectin as a treatment for Covid and the lengths one woman went to force a hospital to treat her husband with it. Finally we look at what we can do after the recent non-decision by the US Supreme Court concerning the ridiculous anti-abortion law that took effect in Texas recently.
Rep. John Becker (R-65) claims to be Ohio’s most conservative legislator. He also claims to be ‘Pro-Life,’ Pro-Gun, and ‘Limited Government’, yet a recent anti-abortion bill he introduced shows Becker to not only not be pro-life or for limited government but also shows he isn’t very bright about basic biology. He’s made Ohio government even more of a laughing stock in the country and it passed a so-called ‘heartbeat’ bill.
The religious right is at it again. This time, Republicans in Tennessee passed a measure allowing for the construction of a monument to the unborn “victims of abortion.”
What they should be calling it is a monument to the systematic oppression of women by a society that is still run unduly in large part by religious fanatics.
The Republican-led Tennessee House of Representatives already passed a bill, and the Tennessee State Senate added an amendment, sending the legislation back to the house before it went on to Republican Governor Bill Haslam. The proposal would raise private funds to erect what the Tennessee legislature is calling the “Tennessee Monument to Unborn Children, In Memory of the Victims of Abortion: Babies, Women and Men.”