Legislators in South Carolina propose the death penalty for abortion

Legislators in South Carolina propose the death penalty for abortion

Abortion is a topic that has always been controversial, and now it’s sparked a heated debate in South Carolina. In a new bill proposed by lawmakers, abortions could carry the punishment of death. Yes, you read that right – the death penalty for terminating a pregnancy. This proposal has many people stunned and outraged as they question the legality and morality behind such extreme measures.

“Imagine the unimaginable- a state where women could face the death penalty for making choices about their own bodies. That’s exactly what South Carolina lawmakers are proposing with a new bill that aims to criminalize abortions in all cases, even rape and incest. As the nation watches this controversial legislation unfold, it raises questions about reproductive rights, government control over personal decisions, and the value of human life. In this blog post, we’ll explore the latest developments on this heated topic and discuss why such extreme measures warrant attention from every American.

The bill is similar to one that was proposed in Texas last year, but did not make it through the legislature. If passed, South Carolina would become the first state in the nation to enact such a law.
Abortion rights advocates have already denounced the bill, calling it unconstitutional and dangerous. They argue that it would criminalize women and doctors, and put women’s lives at risk. They also point out that there are already laws on the books that make it a crime to harm or kill a pregnant woman.

Critics of the bill say that it is nothing more than a political stunt designed to score points with conservative voters. They argue that it is highly unlikely to pass constitutional muster, and even if it did, would almost certainly be overturned by the courts.

“This bill is about protecting the lives of the innocent, and we believe that every life is valuable,” said Rep. Steven Long, one of the bill’s sponsors. “We think it’s important that we stand up for those who can’t speak for themselves.”

Currently, under South Carolina law, abortion is only legal in cases of rape, incest, or when the life of the mother is at risk. This bill would criminalize all abortions, regardless of the circumstances. Women who undergo abortions would be subject to felony charges and up to 10 years in prison. Doctors who perform abortions would be charged with murder and could face the death penalty.

This bill is clearly an attack on women’s rights and access to safe and legal abortion. If it becomes law, it will force women to seek out illegal and dangerous abortions, or forego the procedure altogether. This will put women’s health and lives at risk. It is imperative that this bill does not become law.
This proposed bill is a stark reminder that abortion access in the United States is under constant threat. South Carolina lawmakers are using their power to try to restrict abortion access for those who need it, and this new bill would be an extreme violation of reproductive rights if passed. We must remain vigilant and fight to protect our reproductive freedom, no matter what restrictions are proposed in state legislatures across the country.

The “No Games” video features Angel, IQ, and Haile

The “No Games” video features Angel, IQ, and Haile

Angel made his return with the release of a new song in February titled “No Games,” featuring IQ and Haile. The self-produced album depicts the R&B veteran attempting to navigate a clearly toxic relationship.

Fans were treated on Wednesday (March 8) to a corresponding visual for “No Games” created by Ron Nengese. There is a great deal of dancing going on around Angel and his collaborators in this clip, as they are seated in different colorful rooms, surrounded by a variety of beautiful women.

Earlier this year, Angel released the follow-up to his debut LP, Woman. The album featured 14 tracks and features contributions from Giggs, Eric Bellinger, and Chaz French. In the following year, Angel released his hit single “Blessings”. In the wake of this release, he released an A-list remix which featured hip hop and Afrobeats heavyweights Davido and French Montana. Since then, he has remained one of the most prominent voices on the fans’ radar with notable EPs including his Teasers series and Quarantine, the latter of which was released in 2020 and featured five songs along with contributions from King Grizz, Chaz Marcus, and Slof. Angel’s equally impressive singles such as “BAD” by Wretch 32, “Deliciosa” by Elilluminari, in addition to a remix of Capella Grey’s smash hit “Gyalis” have raised hopes that Angel’s upcoming album supposed to be called Nine Lives will be released soon.

ArrDee and Cat Burns collaborate on “Home For My Heart”

ArrDee and Cat Burns collaborate on “Home For My Heart”

As reported earlier, ArrDee released a new single titled “Home For My Heart” on Thursday, March 9th. The song features an appearance from Cat Burns. The heartfelt number features Brighten rapper WhYJay, LiTek, Jake Gosling, and AoD, and it focuses on the struggle ArrDee has with finding for a balance between his grind and spending time with the people who mean the most to him.

Najeeb Tarazi, who is the director of the accompanying video for “Home For My Heart,” shares the visual for the song with Common People Films. As a result of the use of dual rotating screens that act as portals into different locations, the clip is a marvel of CGI, in which viewers get to see both the collaborators and the collaborators of the other stories telling both their stories and the stories of those around them.

The rapper ArrDee released his debut project, Pier Pressure, in the spring of 2022, a 14-song effort that featured some of the best features of the year, including production from Bugzy Malone, Aitch, Russ Millions, Fivio Foreign, Digga D, and more. Upon release in the U.K, the project jumped to No. 2 on the Official Albums chart for the first time, and it also passed the gold certification threshold. As a result of his evolution, the “Oliver Twist” rapper has released a number of songs since then, such as “​messy in heaven” and “Hello Mate,” by Dan Fable and venbee and “24 Hours in Lagos (Freestyle)” by Tion Wayne,. It has come to no surprise that in January of this year, he released a well-received track titled “Loser,” a track that — along with the previous track “Home For My Heart” — is slated to appear on an upcoming album in the near future.