Here is the latest national news regarding the bathroom/locker room issue as reported by LifeSiteNews.
President Trump is dropping his predecessor’s unpopular “transgender” federal order pressuring schools to let gender-confused boys use girls’ restrooms and locker rooms, and vice versa, according to the White House spokesman.
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Ryan Sorba, chairman of Young Conservatives of America, commended Trump for “keeping his word to the American people” by rescinding Obama’s transgender-school edict, which touched off lawsuits by aggrieved states and a cascade of criticism nationwide.
“It’s preposterous that in the name of public policy and student ‘safety’ we would force states and local schools to adopt a policy of letting boys into girls locker rooms,” Sorba told LifeSiteNews. “This is ridiculous, if not completely insane.”
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Pro-natural marriage advocate Ryan Anderson said students, parents and teachers should work out “win-win” solutions at the local level, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reported, like building single-occupancy restrooms, or giving “transgender” students access to the faculty lounge.
Some Illinois Republicans want to stay away from “controversial” issues. They think that removing the traditional marriage plank will somehow help liberal Republicans who are “hurt” by the platform in their swing districts. First, if they think that they are going to avoid controversy by removing this important plank, they are woefully wrong. Secondly, the Illinois GOP has its fair share of RINOs elected to office, who are the source of the problem at hand; but clearly demonstrating that liberal Republicans can win with the current state platform.
There is no upside for the Illinois Republican Party to water down the social issues in the platform. On the contrary, it will only result in a massive fight at the convention and disunity among Republicans. Social conservatives do the lions share of grass roots work in Illinois and watering down the platform will make them less inclined to work hard for candidates running for office.… Continue Reading
Hillary Clinton accidentally admitted the inconvenient truth that the product of conception between two humans growing inside his or her mother is an “unborn person” and a “baby.”
According to Clinton, these unborn persons, these babies have no constitutional rights, which necessarily means no right to continue living—no right to be protected from being involuntarily killed.
According to Clinton, it is morally defensible to sacrifice babies’ lives but indefensible to sacrifice “a woman’s right to make decisions.” In Clinton’s corrupt moral universe, “decision-making” is an absolute, inviolate, sacrosanct right, while the right to live is a dispensable triviality. In her skewed view, the right to “make decisions” supersedes the right to continue existing.
By these words, Clinton reveals her unfitness for the highest office in the land.… Continue Reading
In response to Mitt Romney’s justifiable criticism of him on Thursday, TrumPolonius made this stunningly repugnant and obscene comment about his endorsement of Romney in 2012: “He was begging for my endorsement. I could have said ‘Mitt, drop to your knees.’ He would have dropped to his knees.”
Lest anyone think Trump—who is by all accounts a savvy communicator—is ignorant of the vulgar sexual allusion he used, you can see him use it earlier on The Apprentice:
Trump cunningly chose this double entendre so that he could speak vulgarly while falsely claiming innocence.
One of the many annoying things the press—including FOX News—continue to assert is that Trump’s opponents are the “establishment,” that vague, amorphous, unnamed coterie of politically-connected, wealthy power-brokers.… Continue Reading
A couple of months ago, Deerfield High School (DHS) in Deerfield, Illinois quietly changed a multi-stall girls restroom to a co-ed restroom. Worse still the administration has not notified either parents or students. Rumors are circulating that the administration chose secrecy over transparency in order to avoid controversy.
This is not a single-occupancy restroom, nor is it a girls restroom restricted to actual girls and boys who wish they were girls. Rather, it is a co-ed restroom euphemistically called an “All Gender Restroom,” presumably to divert attention from the reality of what the administration has created. They have created a co-ed restroom that girls and boys may use together.
Of course, schools that allow only gender-dysphoric students to use multi-stall opposite-sex restrooms, have in reality created co-ed restrooms too.… Continue Reading
The National Abortion Rights Action League (NARAL) objected to the Doritos Super Bowl ad for “humanizing fetuses.” Yes, you heard that right, NARAL wants no more of this nonsensical humanizing of humans. And libs call conservatives “science-deniers.”
Chris Christie (aka the Pot) demonstrates an arrogant, caustic delight in calling kettles black. His most recent demonstrations occurred during the Republican debate in New Hampshire and during an interview Sunday morning with Chris Wallace.
During the debate Christie, with the characteristic brutishness that Christie mistakes for leadership, accused Marco Rubio of basing a criticism of Christie on “incorrect and incomplete information.” Then shortly thereafter, he accused Rubio of “truancy” for not being present for a vote on the Hezbollah International Financing Prevention Act of 2015. What Christie failed to mention is that no senator was present. The bill was passed by unanimous consent, and, therefore, no senator was required to be on the floor for the vote. Does Christie’s incomplete information reflect ignorance, irresponsibility, or a galling lack of ethics?… Continue Reading
State Representative Tom Morrison (R-Palatine) introduced the bi-partisan Pupil Physical Privacy Act (HB 4474), which if passed would require the following:
[A] school board to designate each pupil restroom, changing room, or overnight facility accessible by multiple pupils simultaneously, whether located in a public school building or located in a facility utilized by the school for a school-sponsored activity, for the exclusive use of pupils of only one sex. Defines “sex” as the physical condition of being male or female, as determined by an individual’s chromosomes and identified at birth by that individual’s anatomy.
Signing on as co-sponsors are John D. Anthony (R-Morris), Mark Batinick (R-Plainfield), John M. Cabello (R-Loves Park), C.D. Davidsmeyer (R-Jacksonville), Mary E. Flowers (D-Chicago), Jeanne M. Ives (R-Wheaton), Dwight Kay (R-Glen Carbon), Sherry L.… Continue Reading
TrumPolonius is arrogant, unreliable, petulant, exploitative, vindictive, and cowardly. Does that cover it? Oh, wait, I forgot, nasty.
When faced with the prospect of being asked questions by debate moderator Megyn Kelly, TrumPolonius stamped his angry feet and stormed out of the upcoming GOP debate. Then after reneging on this commitment, he showed the world that he is indeed the man he described himself as being: the “meanest piece of sh** in the world.”
How did he do this? In a flabbergasting exercise in arrogant, cynical exploitation, he hastily arranged a fundraiser for veterans to try to ennoble himself, buy some votes, and hurt the ratings of the televised debate. As the daughter of a 90-year-old WWII vet, I am sickened and enraged. What next? Exploit orphans and widows for fun, profit, and revenge?… Continue Reading
Despite the fact that Illinois is facing serious financial and unemployment issues, including a bankrupt pension system, the Illinois Senate recently approved a bill to redefine marriage and family — on St. Valentine’s Day no less.
The vote results were 34-21 with 2 voting present. This destructive and foolish decision reveals the ignorance — or in some cases cowardice — of those who voted for the legal recognition of same-sex unions as marriage. Lawmakers who approved this proposal have now formally and publicly declared that government-sanctioned marriage has no inherent connection to sexual complementarity or reproductive potential. They have proclaimed that the sole inherent constituent feature of marriage is love.
One of the legislators in the Illinois Senate who joined with anti-family proponents of same-sex marriage is Jason Barickman, a freshman Republican Senator from Bloomington. … Continue Reading