WA Delegate (non-executive): The Theocracy of Aawia (elected )

Founder: The Christian Socialist Republic of Culture of Life

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Most Nations: 152nd Most World Assembly Endorsements: 520th Most Devout: 782nd+3
Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,273rd Largest Black Market: 1,762nd Most Cultured: 2,056th
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RIGHT TO LIFE is a community of nations that recognizes and promotes defense of the unalienable rights of the unborn. The nations of this region oppose induced abortion in all or most cases.

World Assembly members are required to endorse the President: Aawia.



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    Region of Right to Life

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Embassies: Pro Life International, Catholic, Coalition of Catholic States, Republic of Conservative Nations, United Empire of Islam, The Allied States, Antarctic Oasis, Conservative League, Libertatem, The Universal Allegiance, Arda en Estel, Grand Central, The Western Isles, League of Christian Nations, The Great American Union, Israel, and 147 others.Vatican II, Eastern Roman Empire, The Allied Republics, Virtual Roman Catholic Church, Saint Margaret Mary, Vatican, Jerusalem, Alabama, Concordia, Republicans, The SOP, Freedom and Justice Alliance, Christianity, Union of Nationalists, The Republic Nations, Ivory Tower, The Illuminati, United States of America, The Royal Imperial Directorate, Truangel Christian Fellowship, The Catholic Church, The Virtual Roman Catholic Church, Arconian Empire, Hollow Point, The Savage Garden, Avadam Inn, Galactic Imperium, Zentari, ACA, U R N, Australialia, Time for Britain 2 Leave the EU, Paradise, Donald Trump, Solar Alliance, The Doctor Who Universe, United Imperial Union, Oceania, Holy Lands, Groland, Brasil, The Christian Communist Union, Chile, Imperial Russian Empire, Yarnia, The Unified Christians Alliance, Brazzaville, Asylum, The Bar on the corner of every region, Historia Novorum, Chinese Republic, Massachusetts, Capitalist Libertarian Freedom Region, Scandinavia, Gay Equality, Solid Kingdom, The Geometric Equanimity TGE, Philosophy 115, Australia, The Rose Garden, North Carolina, Polandball, The Graveyard, Armenia, Illinois, Thanksgiving, Autism Spectrum, Donald Trump Land, Nohbdy, Sweden, Future Earth, Knights of The Templar Order, KAISERREICH, Union of Free Nations, Regionless, The Free States, Bus Stop, Imperium of the Wolf, Union Mundial, International Debating Area, LCRUA, The Great Universe, Remnants of Hyrule, Etharia, United Alliances, The Three Kings, The Union of Religious Nations, Conaidhm na Cairde, Limbo, 1st Lutheran Christian Community, Octobris, The LCRUA, Gypsy Lands, The North Atlantic Ocean, The Alterran Republic, International sovereignty pact, Novo Brasil, Union of Allied States, Elparia, Brannackia, RHINIA, The Dawn of Unity, Yuno, Universal Pact, Union of Christian Nations, Kingdom Of Austria, Christian Nations Union, Union of Saxon Justice, Roman Byzantine Union, The Moderate Alliance, Northern Ocean, Federation of Allies, Conservicstan, nasunia, The International Polling Zone, Vermont, The House of Prayer, Dolla Holla, Valkia, The Labyrinth, Albosiac, Altay, United Christian Empires of the West, New Waldensia, The putnan empire of nations, Allied Conservative States, Turkic Union, Christian, Syria, United League of Nations, RAMS, Old Zealand, Markish Galactic Empire, Pecan Sandies, Bible Believers, Unitanda, Royal Federal Republic of Free States, Cambrian United Legacy, ThunderClan, Jafazia, The Three Isles, The Pangaean Union, Dominion of Cerberus, Cities of the World, Congress of Social Democratic Nations, Raxulan Empire, and Ecclesia Sancti Georgii.

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Regional Power: Moderate

Right to Life contains 135 nations, the 152nd most in the world.

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The Most Influential in Right to Life

World Census experts spent many evenings loitering in the corridors of power in order to determine which nations were the greatest international diplomacy heavyweights.

As a region, Right to Life is ranked 5,495th in the world for Most Influential.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Republic of PhydiosLiberal Democratic Socialists“Deus Est Princeps”
2.The Theocracy of AawiaDemocratic Socialists“Our God is marching on!”
3.The Christian Democracy of The Catholic State of EireTyranny by Majority“For our God, Saints and Republic!”
4.The Ancient Tellurian Union of The Gallant Old RepublicDemocratic Socialists“On Christ we Stand, All Other Ground is Sinking Sand”
5.The Social Democracy of Horatius CoclesLiberal Democratic Socialists“Dignity of life from conception to natural death”
6.The Christian Socialist Republic of Culture of LifeLiberal Democratic Socialists“From conception until natural death”
7.The Friendly Republic of New DolgariaLiberal Democratic Socialists“Speak softly, but carry an MP40 and a stuffed rabbit.”
8.The Rogue Nation of Salty SeadogNew York Times Democracy“United Forever”
9.The Republic of Clear BayCivil Rights Lovefest“Throw away your troubles, come dream with me”
10.The Kingdom of Gallifrey IrelandNew York Times Democracy“It's about time. *groan*”
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Regional Poll • Expanding the House of Representatives

The Ancient Tellurian Union of The Gallant Old Republic wrote:It's popular today among some to talk about expanding one branch of government, but what about Congress itself?

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Phydios wrote:That definitely exists in conservative and Republican circles. But it's not as if no one has or continues to advocate for dignified treatment of all human beings. This story came to mind:

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/pro-abortion-democrat-tries-trolling-pro-lifers-by-requiring-dads-to-provide-for-moms-unborn-babies/

http://www.oklegislature.gov/BillInfo.aspx?Bill=HB3129&Session=2200&Tab=0

This guy proposed a bill that would require the father of an unborn child to pay up to 50% of the mother's pregnancy expenses. His reasoning was essentially, "If a woman is forced to carry an unwanted child, the father should also be forced to pay for it."

https://www.twitter.com/ForrestBennett/status/1484643409130397702

After the bill received enthusiastic support from pro-life organizations and criticism from abortion advocates, he issued a lengthy public apology and said he wouldn't be moving forward with the bill "as written". Since then, it has gone no further, and he has proposed no replacement. I guess there is no point in passing a bill to help vulnerable women if you can't use it to affirm your own beliefs. With Republican support, this bill might actually pass and empower more women to keep their babies. That would deal a blow to the abortion industry and anger your donors. Much better to just sweep it under the rug and assure everyone that you still support "abortion access" and that you've realized what a bad idea this bill was.

https://www.okhouse.gov/Members/District.aspx?District=92

https://www.twitter.com/ForrestBennett/status/1484950972480823304

That’s actually kinda funny, in a sick way

This region is kind of boring. I like the pro life bit. But there is not much else to do. Anyone here have any suggestions for regions?

Emus and Papayas wrote:This region is kind of boring. I like the pro life bit. But there is not much else to do. Anyone here have any suggestions for regions?

I'll just point out that, unlike social media, this website allows you to have an unlimited number of profiles. A lot of players, including some players in this region, have multiple nations in multiple regions for multiple reasons.

Some of the largest regions try to be "one-stop shops." This region isn't a one-stop shop. For example, we've never had a vibrant roleplaying community. However, we have offered regular discussions on real-world topics. Hence, we're the fourth largest "generalite" region (meaning general discussion).

Well since Roborian hasn't provoked some discussion for a few days, permit our new poll to draw your attention.

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:Well since Roborian hasn't provoked some discussion for a few days, permit our new poll to draw your attention.

Get rid of the house! Also, bring us back to before Grant sold us to the UK and Vatican! #BringBack1870

Culture of Life wrote:I'll just point out that, unlike social media, this website allows you to have an unlimited number of profiles. A lot of players, including some players in this region, have multiple nations in multiple regions for multiple reasons.

Some of the largest regions try to be "one-stop shops." This region isn't a one-stop shop. For example, we've never had a vibrant roleplaying community. However, we have offered regular discussions on real-world topics. Hence, we're the fourth largest "generalite" region (meaning general discussion).

I understand that. I enjoy this region, however, I feel as if it is either quiet or there is a debate. Nothing wrong with that especially when the debates are worthwhile. Just think I want to join one that has a little more excitement!

Good Day Everyone. I'm new to the region after my Alt got an invitation telegram. It's cool to have a region for this. I normally don't leave the feeders when I start a new nation, but since I think I will be sticking with this one as my main for a while, I figured I might as well try it given that I encountered one so agreeable.

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Os Adoradores de Deus wrote:Get rid of the house! Also, bring us back to before Grant sold us to the UK and Vatican! #BringBack1870

Since when has the world’s leading Protestant/capitalist power in the world ever been “sold” to the Vatican? I hardly think Grant’s personal meeting with Pope Leo XIII qualifies.

The Gallant Old Republic wrote:Well since Roborian hasn't provoked some discussion for a few days, permit our new poll to draw your attention.

I should get an official regional office, Chief Rabble-Rauser of RtL.

The question is a very interesting one, though, and I think that, though this is a bit odd, the argument for returning to a system closer to the Founders in terms of the numbers of Representatives is best bolstered by the fact that we moved away from their plan for the Senate. In a world without a 17th Amendment, where Senators were still state-appointed, I think 435 would be a reasonable number to continue to operate as a functioning body and not just a crowd. With the Senate now popularly elected, however, the two are more or less doing the same kind of work and representing the same general interests in only slightly different ways, and I think in that context that an 8,000-member house could be taken as a closer holding-to of more specific regional interests and/or semi-direct democracy, as most committees and individual dealmaking would fall apart at that level, House votes would be closer to referendums.

Whether or not a mega-house would increase or decrease partisanship is an interesting question in itself, having that many seats would push the ability of national parties to meddle in individual races past its logistical breaking point, but very small districts and thus less broad attention on races would probably create even more of a low-information environment in which people just vote party line, and local, likely partisan, organizations have a stronger sway in primaries. The New Hampshire General Court would probably be the best example to view possible outcomes from, but I think it being both state-level and not a functional career for members probably make it look different than a mega-house would.

We could always, so long as we are shooting for unreasonably large numbers, set it at 144,000 and freak out some eschatologists.

Roborian wrote:I should get an official regional office, Chief Rabble-Rauser of RtL.

The question is a very interesting one, though, and I think that, though this is a bit odd, the argument for returning to a system closer to the Founders in terms of the numbers of Representatives is best bolstered by the fact that we moved away from their plan for the Senate. In a world without a 17th Amendment, where Senators were still state-appointed, I think 435 would be a reasonable number to continue to operate as a functioning body and not just a crowd. With the Senate now popularly elected, however, the two are more or less doing the same kind of work and representing the same general interests in only slightly different ways, and I think in that context that an 8,000-member house.

Whether or not a mega-house would increase or decrease partisanship is an interesting question in itself, having that many seats would push the ability of national parties to meddle in individual races past its logistical breaking point, but very small districts and thus less broad attention on races would probably create even more of a low-information environment in which people just vote party line, and local, likely partisan, organizations have a stronger sway in primaries. The New Hampshire General Court would probably be the best example to view possible outcomes from, but I think it being both state-level and not a functional career for members probably make it look different than a mega-house would.

We could always, so long as we are shooting for unreasonably large numbers, set it at 144,000 and freak out some eschatologists.

We’re going to need a bigger building….

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