Talk:Hannah Coultier

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A few comments

  • Interesting twist, making her a radical liberal :)
  • Severing ties with all monarchies? Quite a radical proposition, given that the very structure of teh NAL is based on relations with the British and Scandinavian monarchs!
  • I'd imagine there must be a lot of honorary knighthoods in the NAL
  • Allowing the verdict of jury trials to be overturned by popular referendum. Why? Are the courts more rightist *there*? Nik 22:45, 28 January 2006 (PST)
Yeah, I wanted to make her an Extreme Left-Winger, including arden republicanism. There was a proposed Constitutional Amendment (one some folks are still trying to push) to make it illegal for any American call himself "esquire" because that is a "title of nobility." And the verdict thing was actually proposed by the "Bull Moose Party" of Theodore Roosevelt. Really! The will of the people and all that. I was just looking for things as radically left wing as Anne Coulter comes up with that are right wing--like taking away women's right to vote, or conquering the Middle East to convert it to Christianity! Zahir 23:01, 28 January 2006 (PST)
Ann Coulter. *shivers* I like it. BoArthur 16:23, 29 January 2006 (PST)
This article is up for de-proposalizing. Anyone want to comment, amend, etc.? Zahir 20:35, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
"The abolition of the concept of "conjugal rights" in marriage." what is it that she is objecting to ? --Marc Pasquin 20:52, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
The legal entitlement to sexual relations in a marriage. Zahir 21:09, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
are you telling me its still a law in modern day NAL for the wife to have sex with her husband ??? --Marc Pasquin 21:12, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
No, there is a presumption that sexual relations are a natural part of marriage and lack of same is actionable (i.e. a legitimate complaint for divorce). Not that husbands (or wives) are entitled to sex-on-demand, but that lack of any sex is prima facie evidence that the marriage is broken. At least, that is the law in some US states and presumably some NAL provinces. Zahir 21:33, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
Dear goddess, as populist as Mme. Coultier sounds (and this is considering I largely agree with her politics!), I have to say I agree with her on that little issue! Hopefully it's been struck down by now... Goddess knows the NAL could do without such a medieval institution! (I always saw it as a legal sanctioning of rape, to be honest). Juan Martin Velez Linares 14:37, 25 October 2015
Incidentally, something I just noticed - the failed Titles of Nobility Amendment would not actually have banned the use of the term "esquire", though it is a common misconception that "esquire" was included in the term "title of nobility" Nik 22:06, 4 May 2006 (PDT)
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