Is it that hard to empower young women to make their own choices and give them the tools they need to back those choices up?
And people use guns way more to defend themselves from criminals.'Sunday's massacre in Las Vegas spurred a ritual-like response from politicians following the mass shootings that have left a trail of victims across the country: Democrats renewed demands for tougher gun laws while Republicans offered up prayers but showed no signs of supporting such legislation.
One day after the deadliest mass shooting in US history, which left at least 59 people dead and over 500 injured, House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, a Republican, said in a statement on Monday: 'The whole country stands united in our shock, in our condolences and in our prayers.'Senate Majority Leader Mitch Mc Connell, also a Republican, led his chamber in a moment of silence following the 'devastating' massacre and urged 'national mourning' and prayer.
Democrats were not falling in line.'Thoughts & prayers are NOT enough.
Not when more moms & dads will bury kids this week, & more sons & daughters will grow up without parents,' Senator Elizabeth Warren said in a morning tweet.
The father could break it off and end the courtship at any time.
Ultimately, the young man would ask the young woman’s father’s permission to marry her.
With his permission and the assent of the young woman, a wedding would be planned.
Honestly, this courtship process sounds like the “Dad’s against Daughters Dating” crew’s wet-dream.
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