If one State Senator has his way, Illinois will become a center for gender affirmation care for children—which is just a euphemism for chemical castration and surgical mutilation of children. Mike Simmons (D-Chicago) district, recently introduced SB 1283 which is to be known as the “Gender-Affirming Health Care Protection Act.” He introduced the bill as a response to several states outlawing puberty blockers, hormone therapy and cosmetic surgery that makes the child appear to be the opposite of the child’s birth sex.
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Andrew Bailey, Bernie Sanders, cosmetic surgery, detransitioners, Gender dysphoria, Gender-Affirming Health Care Protection Act, hormone therapy, Jamie Reed, Jazz Jennings, Marci Bowers, Mike Simmons, Puberty blockers, Reddit, SB 1283, St. Louis Children’s Hospital, Washington University School of Medicine Division of Infectious Diseases, Washington University Transgender Center
U.S. Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ) are pushing legislation that they have titled, "The Stop Anti-Abortion Disinformation Act." The bill directs the Federal Trade Commission to issue rules prohibiting a “person from advertising with the use of misleading statements related to the provision of abortion services.” It also gives the FTC power to issue hefty fines and sue pregnancy resource centers — also known as crisis pregnancy centers — in court.
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Tagged Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Bob Menendez, Brian Schatz, Cory Booker, crisis pregnancy centers, Diane Feinstein, Ed Markey, Elizabeth Warren, Jeff Merkley, Kirsten Gillibrand, Mark Warner, Mazie Hirono, Patty Murray, Richard Blumenthal, Ron Wyden, Stop Anti-Abortion Disinformation Act, Tina Smith
Illinois prisoners should have the right to vote, a powerful lobbying group is arguing to the Illinois General Assembly. The effort nearly progressed in late January 2022, when the measure failed in the Illinois House by three votes.
If made law, SB 828 would make Illinois the third state to allow incarcerated citizens to vote while they’re in prison – after Maine and Vermont, and the District of Columbia.
Current Illinois voter law must be changed because it is racially unfair, the advocates say. Their proposed changes would add about 28,000 prisoners to Illinois’ voter rolls. Most importantly, nearly 55 …
An assault has occurred on parental rights within the public school system. Parents have voiced their concerns across the nation about everything from perverted curriculum to forced masking. If any good came from the pandemic, it is that parents have seen what public schools are doing behind closed doors. This revelation should lead parents to remove their children from the grip of the government-run education system.
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Tagged Bernie Sanders, Biden Administration, Comprehensive Sex Ed, Critical Race Theory, Department of Justice, Engel v. Vitale, FBI, Federal Bureau of Investigations, gay pride, Joe Biden, LGBT History Mandate, Marxism, Merrick Garland, National School Boards Association, proficiency standards, public schools, Terry McAuliffe
Dewey is often lauded as the founding father of the “progressive” education that now has more than 85 percent of American children in its grip. Although he wasn’t alone—he stood on the shoulders of fellow collectivists Robert Owen and Horace Mann—Dewey certainly deserves much of the credit, or blame, for unleashing it on the United States and humanity.
Posted in Education
Tagged Bernie Sanders, collectivism, Edward Bellamy, Horace Mann, John Dewey, Karl Marx, Looking Backward, National Assessment of Educational Prog, public education, Robert Owen, The Communist Manifesto
The 2020 post-election plot thickened on Sunday when Trump legal team attorneys Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis announced that Sidney Powell was not a member of the Trump legal team. Naturally, questions and theories about the reason for the separation flooded social media full of sound and fury but signifying nothing.
It is hoped that within a few weeks, we will learn much more about the nature and degree of voter “irregularities” and electronic malfeasance, which in an ideal political world would be a bipartisan issue.
In the past Democrat U.S. Senators Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders, Elizabeth Warren…
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Tagged Amy Klobuchar, Bernie Sanders, Cory Booker, Darryl Cooper, Dominion Voting Systems, Edward Markey, Elizabeth Warren, Eric Coomer, Jenna Ellis, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, Michael Bennett, Patty Murray, Richard Blumenthal, Ron Wyden, Rudy Giuliani, Sharon Meroni, Sherrod Brown, Sidney Powell, Tammy Baldwin, Tammy Duckworth
One of the more grotesque demonstrations of leftist non-sense and hypocrisy was demonstrated a week ago following an episode of the wildly popular Disney show The Mandalorian when “Baby Yoda” eats the unfertilized eggs of a Frog Woman who is transporting her eggs to her husband so he can fertilize them thereby preventing their species’ imminent extinction. Fans of Baby Yoda freaked out, incensed at the lighthearted treatment of what they deemed genocide by the beloved Baby Yoda.
The moral incoherence and hypocrisy should be obvious. In the Upside Down where leftists live, when a human mother hires someone to …
Posted in Media Watch, Sanctity of Life, Sexuality
Tagged 2020 election, Abigail Shrier, Andrew Cuomo, Baby Yoda, Bernie Sanders, Brian Schatz, Chinese Communist Party, Chris Cuomo, Christine Whitmer, CNN, Cory Booker, COVID–19, Downs Syndrome, Edward Markey, Election 2020, Electoral College, Elizabeth Warren, Free Speech, Gavin Newsom, Harry Potter, Irreversible Damage, J.K. Rowling, Jeff Merkley, John Lewis, Kamala Harris, Kirsten Gillibrand, lock-downs, Lori Lightfoot, Maria Cantwell, Michael Bennet, Nancy Pelosi, Patty Murray, Sherrod Brown, Tammy Baldwin, Tammy Duckworth, The Mandalorian. Ron Wyden. Richard Blumenthal, U.S. Supreme Court, Wall Street Journal
Well, they dusted off those colorful “Handmaid’s Tale” outfits that were so visible at Brett Kavanaugh’s SCOTUS confirmation hearings in 2018.
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Tagged Amy Coney Barrett, Bernie Sanders, Black Lives Matter, Brett Kavanaugh, Brian Buescher, Clarence Thomas, Cory Booker, Democratic National Committee, Dianne Feinstein, Donald J. Trump, Kamala Harris, Margaret Atwood, Mike Pompeo, People of Praise, The Handmaid’s Tale
U.S. Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-Ny), the darling of the new socialist Democrats in this country, recently referred to the three branches of government. She said, they are the White House, the U.S. Senate, and the U.S. House of Representatives. John Roberts, call your office.
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Tagged Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, American history, Bernie Sanders, George Washington, History, James Madison, John F. Kennedy, Karl Marx, Marilyn Monroe, Mel Gabler, Norma Gabler, Peter Lillback, Samuel Adams, Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Constitution, Wall of Misconception, Woodrow Wilson, Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation
The intellectually incoherent U.S. Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ) sought to apply an unconstitutional religious test for office today when interrogating nominee to the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals Neomi Rao. Perhaps hoping everyone listening were idiots, he first attempted an indirect tactic by asking her this irrelevant question, the answer to which is none of his business: “Are gay relationships in your opinion immoral?”
Posted in Federal, Religious Liberty
Tagged Bernie Sanders, Chai Feldblum, Cory Booker, Diane Feinstein, Dick Durbin, Judicial tests, Kamala Harris, Mazie Hirono, Mike Lee, Mike Pompeo, Neomi Rao, Obergefelle, presidential nominees, Senator Cory Booker, Ted Cruz
Bernie Sanders, a socialist and U.S. Senator from Vermont, doesn’t like capitalist economics. Visiting the Pope in 2016, he made some serious accusations.
I told him [the Pope] that I was incredibly appreciative of the incredible role that he is playing in this planet in discussing issues about the need for an economy based on morality, not greed…[i]
Doubling down, Bernie went even farther:
At an economic conference held at the Vatican, Bernie Sanders found occasion to denounce capitalism. “At a time when so few have so much, and so many have so little, we must reject the foundations
I am stunned. I thought that I have been reasonably attentive to trends in British jurisprudence in recent years. Through the long, dark night of Britain's subordination to the diktats of Brussels and the less-than-Anglo-Saxon notions that pass for "human rights" in the courts of the European Union, I had thought that British courts, including the still-young Supreme Court of the United Kingdom that has succeeded the House of Lords in serving as Britain's court of last resort, were still going about the business of vindicating "the rights of Englishmen." Apparently not; at least if the Englishman is not yet quite two years old.