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Polygamy Day is August 19

August 19, 2022, is the TWENTY-SECOND  Polygamy Day ®.

On January 12, 2022, the National Polygamy Advocate PODCAST aired its 200th episode of media interviews. Eight weeks later, it had reached 4 years of weekly episodes. This now archives over 93 hours of media interviews promoting UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy. As such a milestone had never been previously achieved, this podcast leaves a historic archive for present and future research and promotion of UCAP polygamy. Pro-polygamists everywhere can take pride in the achievement, in the hope that UCAP polygamists will one day be free.

A year ago, a disgraced media pundit named Jeffrey Toobin had left and returned to CNN for publicly exposing himself on a ZOOM video call. As noted on last Polygamy Day ® 21, Toobin had previously interviewed National Polygamy Advocate ™ Mark Henkel on a COURT TV news show in 2007. As this website noted a year ago, "In that interview, Toobin's obsession with falsely connecting UCAP polygamy with "very young girls" was alarming and suspicious. UCAP Polygamists have commonly encountered the psychological disturbing "transference" of many anti-polygamist men who transfer their own hidden-secret lustfulness as if what they themselves feel ashamed about lusting somehow 'must also' apply to other men, including polygamous men. It is a false implication, but the transference is real and all-too-common. So when Jeffrey Tobin did this in his 2007 interview with Mark Henkel, UCAP polygamists viewed Toobin with alarm and suspicion ever since." Now in 2022, the surly salacious pundit, Jeffrey Toobin has left CNN. Pro-polygamists will certainly not miss such an untrustworthy pundit.

On the TLC reality show, "Sister Wives," the third wife Christine Brown has formally left the family (as she will now have her own show about cooking). For pro-polygamists, the show has become a disappointment, no longer showing polygamy as functional or positive. It also re-affirms what many families in UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy, believe about the dangers of such a family not all living in the same house. By not living together, the family dynamics for the Browns had become so greatly diminished that it could hardly be expected that they would be able to stay together. Even so, rather than wanting to be saying, "I told you so," many pro-polygamists instead tend to view the Brown family's loss non-judgmentally with the cautious view of saying, "There, but for the grace of God, go I."

On June 24, 2022, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) decided a new landmark decision, Dobbs v. Jackson, overturning Roe v. Wade (1973) and Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992). Many had perceived that Roe v. Wade had made a "Constitutional right" to an abortion, otherwise known as pre-natal infanticide. In actuality, the 1973 SCOTUS had made a "Supreme Court determination" of 1973 which it was now overturning by the new "Supreme Court determination" of 2022. If someone asserts that the 2022 SCOTUS does/did not have authority to make such a determination in 2022, then they are equally saying that the same SCOTUS did not have authority to make the determination of 1973 either. The consequence of Dobbs v. Jackson is that, while SCOTUS did neither ban nor authorize pre-natal infanticide, it instead acknowledged that the US Constitution does not authorize the issue at the federal level of law. Consequently, pre-natal infanticide law will now instead be contemplated and addressed in each of the separate States of the US. To wit, Nebraska tried to pass a ban and failed, while Oklahoma did likewise and succeeded. This historic SCOTUS Decision in 2022 does have serious ramifications for UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy. Much like the 1973 Roe v. Wade determination, the 1878 SCOTUS "determination" of the Reynolds v. United States decision wrongly over-stepped the 10th Amendment authority (by using a technicality of "jurisdictional management" of non-State Territories) to invent a would-be "authority" for government anti-polyamy laws. A SCOTUS in 2022 that can recognize the error of over-authority in Roe v. Wade could very possibly also recognize the error of over-authority in Reynolds v. United States. It could even recognize the rightness of the "Polygamy Rights Win-Win Soluion to End the Marriage Debate": because the word "Marriage" appears nowhere in the US Constitution, abolish all government marriage control for unrelated consenting adults. Truly, even beyond pre-natal infanticide, pro-polygamists have their own valid reasons to celebrate the history-changing Dobbs v. Jackson.

Undoubtedly, it has been an interesting year. Even so, pro-polygamists will keep moving forward and will one day obtain freedom.

Supporters of UCAP, Unrelated Consenting Adult Polygamy, have much to consider and strategize, while still happily celebrating this August 19, 2022, "Polygamy Day ® 22."


Polygamy Day is August 19

     POLYGAMY is NOT "bad for women"
Dr. Joyce Brothers: "Polygamy is not as bad as people think. I would rather be third in line of a good man than the only wife of a jerk."
[Live, as Guest: Bill Maher's "Politically Incorrect", Comedy Channel, Dec. 22, 1994]

     POLYGAMY is NOT "Immoral"
Dr. Laura Schlessinger: "In the polygamous society of the Bible, adultery is defined as sexual intercourse between a man (whether married or unmarried) and a woman married to someone else. In biblical times, most societies allowed men to marry more than one woman."
["The Ten Commandments", Pg. 218, © 1998 Dr. Laura Schlessinger]

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