Join Jim and Greg as they take Arizona GOP Senate nominee Blake Masters to task for significantly changing his official position on abortion just weeks after winning the primary. But they also encourage Republicans to go on offense over the radical Democratic position of any abortion at any time for any reason. They also shake their heads as European nations are about to pay through the nose for Russian energy this winter, despite longstanding U.S. warnings not to be dependent upon Russian energy. They also detail how Biden’s policies have U.S. energy prices poised to skyrocket right after the midterm elections. And they discuss how Hollywood’s drought of compelling stories may be linked to the entertainment industry adhering to woke ideology in its content.

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  1. Arahant Member
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    “Abortion is a state or local issue now, as it should have been all along. I’m running for a federal office.”

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  2. kedavis Inactive
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    Arahant (View Comment):

    “Abortion is a state or local issue now, as it should have been all along. I’m running for a federal office.”

    That might be politically tenable for now, right after Dobbs, but substitute “abortion” with “slavery” and see how it sounds.

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  3. Retail Lawyer Member
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    kedavis (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    “Abortion is a state or local issue now, as it should have been all along. I’m running for a federal office.”

    That might be politically tenable for now, right after Dobbs, but substitute “abortion” with “slavery” and see how it sounds.

    Slavery, unlike abortion, is a Federal issue.  See the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

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  4. kedavis Inactive
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    Retail Lawyer (View Comment):

    kedavis (View Comment):

    Arahant (View Comment):

    “Abortion is a state or local issue now, as it should have been all along. I’m running for a federal office.”

    That might be politically tenable for now, right after Dobbs, but substitute “abortion” with “slavery” and see how it sounds.

    Slavery, unlike abortion, is a Federal issue. See the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.

    Exactly my point.  “So far.”  Which means “I’m running for a federal office” is something of a cop-out, since anti-abortion people would be wanting him to propose/support a constitutional amendment, which IS a federal thing.

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