Little boys and little girls across the state of Oregon will now be forced to shower, change clothes, and even use the toilet in the same facilities as the opposite sex, unless a successful appeal is made,
They call it the Show-me State. But what will be shown, and to whom, is a good question now that a Kansas City school district is going to force boys and girls to use the same bathrooms.
A tax-funded school in Atlanta, Georgia, announced that students would no longer recite the Pledge of Allegiance each morning. Instead, the school said students would be expected to recite the “Wolf Pack Chant” that will “focus on students’ civic responsibility to,” among other things, “our global society,” officials said.
“Years ago you knew who the bad girls were,” a woman close to me once noted. “Now you know who the good girls are.” For this we can thank the virtue destroyers, and they’ve just struck again, pressuring a Texas school into removing from a wall a quotation encouraging girls to be ladies.
School districts across the country are arming their teachers and staff in an effort to avoid becoming the scene of the next armed atrocity.
It’s easy to fall victim to a spoof when your ideology itself is indistinguishable from satire. The New York Times may learn this the hard way after, if a hoaxing comedienne can be believed, it got trolled and rolled by her alleged authorship of the letter “How Can I Cure My White Guilt?”
No, it isn’t the Onion, just an example of truth being stranger than fiction: Proving why it hired anti-white bigot Sarah Jeong, the New York Times has just published an advice column on curing white-skin privilege.
While players in NFL uniforms use disrespect for the flag to protest, South Florida police in uniform have decided they can spend their enterainment dollars elsewhere.