Child Protection Bills Lose, Yet You Still Can Do Something

Written by Ryan Orr

I will not go into theological debate here, but I have always believed that if God had wanted me to have pockets or be covered He would have had those included when I was born. He gave us a skin for that. If He wanted me to be black or brown or white or yellow or red (none of which are natural colors I might add) He would have made me exactly how He wanted me. If he wanted me to be tattooed, those would have been included as well, and if He wanted me to have more holes in my body than I have, He would have included them as well. Heaven forbid, most of us leak outrepparttar holes we already have...

If you believe only in evolution, then evolution would have created all of those things as well. However God, nor evolution did that now did they?

As an adult, you have certain choices you can make in your life. If you choose to molest your body for whatever reason that is up to you. If you like some old man or woman to finger your private parts putting stain or piercing's on them that too is up to you.

However getting a strange new haircut, that will grow out again, at least until you go bald, is one thing, a child has certain rights too you know. A child does not haverepparttar 144600 right to permanently harm or molest him or herself, allow themselves to be abused when so much abuse is already going on in our State. As adults they have plenty of time to decide if they want these things done.

Senate Majority Floor Leader Michael Sanchez, D-Belen, said it's wrong to hold tattoo parlors responsible for enforcing communication that should already be taking place between a child and their parents.

Sen. Rod Adair, R-Roswell,repparttar 144601 bill's sponsor, saidrepparttar 144602 law was necessary to give parentsrepparttar 144603 ability to help their children make responsible decisions about tattoos and piercing's. He is correct. Without his billrepparttar 144604 parents are legally kept out ofrepparttar 144605 loop regarding these life-changing decisions. Yet by law, a minor can not buy a cigarette, or liquor with or without parent permission.

Let me understand this. If A child skips school a lot,repparttar 144606 parents payrepparttar 144607 price, notrepparttar 144608 child. If a business sells liquor to a child,repparttar 144609 business gets fined, it can't sell liquor for a whopping single day - more on that in another article.

Fraud - Museum of Civilization (?)

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

ECUADOREAN POTTERY OF JOMON, JAPANESE DESIGN AND STYLE: - We mentioned this briefly inrepparttar General Introduction. Jomon state is whererepparttar 143491 Ainu are to this day. There are few pure blood Ainu and one author says these people wererepparttar 143492 Shoguns. They are white people . Kennewick Man may be Ainu and that is another fraud withrepparttar 143493 same purpose in mind. The issue is one of deceit becauserepparttar 143494 Canadian Museum of Civilization (sounds fishy to begin with) said in their handsome 1989 book ('Ancient America') that there was evidence of an indigenous local pottery industry that led torepparttar 143495 unique designs and technology. Thus any reader would allow it might be a pure co-incidence; especially when they droverepparttar 143496 point home by saying it was an anomaly and that any visitors would have been integrated intorepparttar 143497 native population such as others they could prove had been. They, of course, pointed out that much of that integration was as sacrificial victims to heathen gods. The net result being that if this wasrepparttar 143498 best evidence of 'diffusion' and worldwide travel (which they said it was, and it isn't) clearly one should know they are right. The main position of academia is still - there was 'No Cultural Impact' even asrepparttar 143499 date of travel torepparttar 143500 Americas has been pushed back at least 15,000 years before Clovis due torepparttar 143501 work of Dillehay and others as reported in National Geographic and Scientific American in early 2001.

The real concern is that there was NO prior industry as reported in 'The Guardian',

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