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Some days it feels like this old world is about to just burn itself down. Literally, given how fast climate change is progressing. But there’s no shortage of other problems, from an epidemic of school shootings to an equally insane epidemic of measles, a disease we once thought eradicated. But don’t ask lawmakers in the Arizona House about any of those woes. As the Arizona Republic reports, the House believes the immediate public health crisis is...wait for it... pornography. Hold your cards and letters, folks. Nobody is saying porn is okie dokie. But hey, a toothless resolution that carries not one single element to reduce the reach or impact of the very evil it proclaims to be so dangerous? While Rome – metaphorically speaking – is burning outside your door? Some might call that kind of thinking the true obscenity.