E. Reltso


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Average rating: 2.86 · 14 ratings · 2 reviews · 12 distinct works
The Anti Stupidity Book

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My Name is Kate and I Just ...

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Abortion is Not Logical

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Gay Marriage is not Logical

it was ok 2.00 avg rating — 3 ratings — published 2013
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Premarital Sex is Not Logical

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Stupidity from A to Z

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Bizarre Fables About Stupid...

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False Worlds

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Our Sex Saturated Society

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The Non-Diet Way to Health:...

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“In a fascinating admission, the Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade acknowledged that under another, separate common law rule, an unborn child has inheritance rights. (Roe v. Wade, page 162). What they failed to mention (for obvious reasons) was that the common law clearly says these inheritance rights exist from the moment of conception! (Blackstone, Commentaries on the Law of England ,Vol. 1, pg. 126 (1765)). Doesn’t it seem ironic—as well as exceedingly illogical—that an unborn child would have his property rights better protected from the moment of conception than his life?”
E. Reltso, Abortion is Not Logical

“At this point we see another interesting provision of the common law come to light. A little-known common law rule stated that an unborn child who was the intended victim of abortion, and who was injured but nonetheless born alive, has a legal claim against the person who caused his/her injury!”
E. Reltso, Abortion is Not Logical



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