The transgender bathroom issue is about much more than bathrooms. In a previous article, The New American asked, “What next?” As if in answer to that question, the transgender battleground has now expanded to include college dorm rooms.
An Oregon judge has ruled that a man who had considered himself a woman is now a third sex. Where are we headed next?
State officials in Louisiana tried to deceive citizens last week by approving what amounts to, essentially, a glorified name change for the deeply unpopular Common Core education standards pushed by the Obama administration. Basically, policymakers re-branded the scheme as “Louisiana Standards,” while pretending that there had been some “revisions” to the widely loathed education-nationalization effort. However, according to experts and activists involved in the process, the politically toxic national education standards imposed on state governments with federal funding and pressure remain almost entirely intact in Louisiana despite the new name. Similar scams by government officials have taken place in states across the country.
“Sorry, you don’t get a spot in the finals of the girls’ race, young lady — the boy gets that." Welcome to the Brave New World of bold faux girls.
“You fundamentally can't change sex.... Transsexualism was invented by psychiatrists,” said former “transsexual” Alan Finch in 2004. This is a truth; however, it has not stopped the advocates of an invented status from trying to change society.
The Obama administration is bent on catering as far as possible to the sexually confused, despite his actions being illegal, illogical, hypocritical, and unpopular.
A secrecy rule shrouded the debates carried on during the Constitutional Convention held in 1787 in Philadelphia. What mischief would a similar rule lead to today?
Maya Dillard Smith, the director of the ACLU in Georgia, resigned her position late last month, citing inconsistencies in the organization’s position on transgender bathroom rights. While the ACLU has largely ignored her resignation and conservative media have painted it as a principled stand, the truth is that it indicates that Smith is as inconsistent as the organization she left. It also indicates why the wheels always come off the progressive liberal cart. A house divided cannot stand.
On June 4, 1787, delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia considered the scope of the presidential veto power.
A United Nations summit in Korea this week adopted a global “action plan” demanding a planetary “education” regime to transform children around the world into social-justice warriors and sustainability-minded “global citizens.” Among other elements, that means the UN-directed global education must promote “integrated development” of the “whole person,” including the formation of their ethics, values, and spirituality, the final document declared. The global-citizenship programs, with definitions to be incorporated in curricula worldwide, should also indoctrinate children so that they understand their responsibilities to “protect the planet,” and promote what the UN and its member governments consider to be the “common good.”