“They’re not quite ready to announce the name yet. But the name definitely does not start with a K, despite all the rumors that have been out,” a source close to the couple tells Us Weekly. Well, a different source told another magazine it was Kaidence Donda West. We don’t know who to believe. Although, Us Weekly is more reliable than MTV.UK who originally reported on the name. Well, I guess we’ll just have to wait until it comes out of Kimye’s mouth. If it’s not a ‘K’ name then perhaps it’s Donda. I think Donda, Kanye’s mom, really had a profound affect on him during and after her life, so I wouldn’t be surprised if Kanye wanted to pay homage to her.
Paul Deen continues to be batshit crazy. I don’t think she understands why she isn’t supposed to tell racist jokes.
An all female jury will serve on the Trayvon Martin case. Fascinating.
“A jury of six women was chosen Thursday to hear the case of George Zimmerman, the Florida neighborhood watch volunteer accused of murder in the 2012 killing of unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. Five of the six are white. They were chosen from among a pool of 500 potential jurors in the closely watched case against Zimmerman, who faces a second-degree murder charge in Martin’s death.”
I wonder if gender has any significance in how jurors think about cases.
Why the legislation that bans abortions at 20 weeks is bullshit. There is no such thing is “fetal pain.”
“By passing the Pain-Capable Infant Protection Act — with the full knowledge that it will never actually become law — Republican representatives have ranked make-believe suffering above real-life agony. Isn’t it odd that so many Republicans renounce universal health care and support pain-heavy practices like the death penalty and torture, yet care so much about imaginary pain?”
Decades after Roe v. Wade and abortion is still discussion. Sigh.
Another article which discusses and shows that fetuses do not feel pain or pleasure before 20 weeks.
“But is there any medical or scientific proof to back up these claims? If you ask The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, the answer is no. If you ask the British Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, the answer is no. If you ask “Doctors on Fetal Pain,” the preferred medical website for the anti-abortion movement, the answer is a resounding yes! But the only problem is that they either don’t link to the work they cite, cite work that doesn’t exist or doesn’t say what it purports to say, or have dead links.”