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On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher argued that Democrats have moved away from their former position of “safe, legal, and rare” on abortion and argued that “No one should be pro-abortion.”

Maher began by stating that due to polarization on the issue there will be a division among states like before the Civil War and there will be some states “where you’re a free woman” and others “where it’s a Dred Scott situation.

” And “a lot of these states, it’s going to be a race to the bottom to see who can get the harshest treatment or give out the harshest treatment.”

He added that there isn’t bipartisanship on the issue and “Democrats aren’t there either. The phrase in that era, Clinton era, his phrase, safe, legal, and rare. And I think that’s when Democrats were aligned with most Americans. I think that’s what most Americans want, safe, legal, and rare. That’s not where the Democrats are now. They don’t say that anymore. In fact, their own caucus on this in the House this week said, we don’t want to call it ‘choice’ anymore. Because something, something racism, [it’s] ‘decision’ now. They’re even talking about using ‘pro-abortion.’ No one should be pro-abortion.”

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Lincoln penny from 1914 sells for $270 after intense bidding war

AFTER a wild bidding war, a 1914 Lincoln penny sold online for $270.

This rare penny features a D letter mark, which stands for its mint location of Denver.

1The rare penny finds its value in its minted year

The penny is a part of the wheat series, which was created in the early 1900s to commemorate Abraham Lincoln’s birth anniversary.

The front displays an image of Lincoln and a pair of wheat strands on the reverse side.

The wheat penny was struck for circulation from 1909 to 1958 and designed by Victor David Brenner.

The mintage of the 1914-D penny is just over 1.1million, according to USA Coin Book.

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The estimated value of that penny is roughly $285 if in average condition, but can be worth $2,277 to $3,764 if in mint state (MS) condition.

This particular penny was listed at 99 cents and stayed below $20 for quite some time until the bidding war started.

The penny quickly jumped from $44 to $85 and continued to soar from there.

There were 16 bidders and a total of 69 bids until it sold for an impressive $270.

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Typically, the most valuable coins are ones with a low mintage or an error, as collectors find those coins are some of the rarest.

A great website to check if your coins are treasured is eBay.

Just search the full coin name, select the "sold" listing and then toggle the search to "highest value.”

If your coins are rare and valuable, you can sell them on eBay or go through a specialist site such as Coinappraiser or USA Coin Book.

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