Trump UK ban petition passes 370,000 signatures


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The petition went on Parliament’s e-petition website on Tuesday.

It was posted in response to Mr Trump’s call for a temporary halt on Muslims entering the United States.

Chancellor George Osborne criticised Mr Trump’s comments but rejected calls for him to be banned from the UK.

A counter-petition, set up on Wednesday, saying Mr Trump should not be banned as it would be “totally illogical” has attracted more than 9,000 signatures.

Any petition with more than 100,000 signatures is automatically considered for debate in Parliament.

Mr Trump is seeking the Republican nomination for next year’s US presidential election.

He said on Wednesday he would never leave the 2016 race, despite the volume of calls for him to step aside.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-35052505

POLL: MOST VOTERS IN US AGREE WITH TRUMP ON MUSLIM BAN


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The survey found that a large majority of Republicans, two thirds, agree with Trump, while a plurality of all voters agree with Trump’s proposal.

Among all voters, 46 percent favor a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States, while 40 percent are opposed. A further fourteen percent declared that they are undecided.

Poll: Most Voters In US Agree With Trump On Muslim Ban

CREEPY ULTRA-REALISTIC SEX ROBOTS ARE FACING UK BAN


sex-robot1 Using sophisticated robotics to develop realistic human dolls capable of performing sex acts is “very disturbing indeed,” said campaign leader Dr Kathleen Richardson.

Sex dolls are increasingly becoming more and more realistic, with many manufacturers now striving to build artificial intelligence into the products.

http://www.infowars.com/creepy-ultra-realistic-sex-robots-are-facing-uk-ban/

Ohio Bill Would Ban Abortion if Down Syndrome Is Reason


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Legislators are expected to approve a measure that would make it illegal for a doctor to perform an abortion on a woman terminating to avoid having a child with Down syndrome.

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/23/us/ohio-bill-would-ban-abortion-if-down-syndrome-is-reason.html

In an Attempt to Prevent Drug Overdoses, Politicians Propose to Ban Music Festivals


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After a number of tragic overdoses at music festivals in the Los Angeles area, politicians are responding in typical statist fashion to prevent any further overdoses — ban music festivals.

According to Fox11, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis introduced a motion at a board meeting this week that would ban all music festivals on county property. The motion is a reactionary step following the death of two people at last weekend’s HARD Summer music festival at the Pomona Fairgrounds.

“I am deeply troubled by the fact that this is the third such death to happen in my district in the last year and a half. No one — no one should have to lose their life while attending a public concert,” Solis said.

She added that “these kinds of events on county-owned land should be banned until we conduct a full investigation into this matter.”

http://thefreethoughtproject.com/los-angeles-politician-seeks-ban-music-festivals/

IN AN ATTEMPT TO PREVENT DRUG OVERDOSES, POLITICIANS PROPOSE TO BAN MUSIC FESTIVALS


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According to Fox11, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis introduced a motion at a board meeting this week that would ban all music festivals on county property. The motion is a reactionary step following the death of two people at last weekend’s HARD Summer music festival at the Pomona Fairgrounds.

“I am deeply troubled by the fact that this is the third such death to happen in my district in the last year and a half. No one — no one should have to lose their life while attending a public concert,” Solis said.

She added that “these kinds of events on county-owned land should be banned until we conduct a full investigation into this matter.”

http://www.infowars.com/in-an-attempt-to-prevent-drug-overdoses-politicians-propose-to-ban-music-festivals/

Can the Government Ban Anything


Even though it is true that the government currently bans all kinds of things, I am asking a serious question. Let me expand and clarify it. Is the federal government authorized by the Constitution to make illegal the possession of any substance that it deems it to be harmful, hazardous, immoral, addictive, threatening, damaging, injurious, destructive, unsafe, or dangerous to an individual or to society?

I am not talking about state governments—that is a separate issue. I am talking about the U.S. national government that was set up by the Constitution in 1789. The Constitution that was amended in 1791, 1795, 1804, 1865, 1868, 1870, 1913, 1919, 1920, 1933, 1951, 1961, 1964, 1967, 1971, & 1992. The Constitution that is the supreme law of the land. The Constitution that all conservatives claim to revere. The Constitution that all conservatives say they expect the federal government to follow. The Constitution that conservatives drag out and dust off every time there is an election. The Constitution that the Republican Party says it is the party of. The Constitution that all members of Congress swear to support and defend. The Constitution that the president swears to preserve, protect, and defend. The Constitution by which the Supreme Court is expected to judge all laws.

https://www.lewrockwell.com/2015/08/laurence-m-vance/can-the-feds-legally-ban-anything/