It’s astonishing that America’s first freedom—the most fundamental of all constitutionally protected rights—is threatened by cross-dressers and others in bondage to disorders related to sexuality. That which has made America great—a beacon of light to oppressed peoples around the world—is being dismantled by those devoted to sexual libertinism. The manifold deleterious effects of the rejection of biblical truth from the public square is transforming America into a place unfit for children, families, or a free and flourishing people. While political “leaders,” including GOP “leaders” cower in their corners if men in dresses look at them cross-eyed, those men in dresses …
How many times have conservatives heard “progressives” claim that the controversial, obscene material they want taught to children is “age-appropriate”?
Government school teachers who are paid by the public want absolute autonomy and absolute anonymity, and that is why we now have adults introducing obscene material to other people’s children.
Posted in Education, Pornography
Tagged Abigail Shrier, ALA, American Library Association, Banned Books Week, Collection Development Policies, Denise Shick, Gender Queer, Irreparable Damage by Wall Street Journal, I’m Glad God Made Me a Girl, Maia Kobabe, Office for Intellectual Freedom, Ryan T. Anderson, The Perks of Being a Wallflower, When Harry Became Sally
This week is Banned Books Week, a week that the American Library Association claims “brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types — in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.” However, in a year that saw major corporations engaging in viewpoint discrimination, two books that faced bans this year for daring to question the transgender agenda, When Harry Became Sally by Ryan T. Anderson and Irreversible Damage by Abigail Shrier, were notably absent from this year’s “Challenged book list.”
This September 19-25, the displays in public libraries for the American Library Association’s annual Banned Books Week are going to be overflowing with banned books. In addition to Ryan T. Anderson’s book When Harry Became Sally, and Abigail Schrier’s book, Irreversible Damage, there will be not one, not two, not three, but SIX Dr. Seuss books.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Abigail Schrier, American Library Association, Banned Books Week, Chris Cillizza, CNN, Dr. Seuss, Fahrenheit 451, If I Ran the Zoo, Irreversible Damage, Judith Krug, Ray Bradbury, Ryan T. Anderson, When Harry Became Sally
Democrats have long pretended to be the party that fights to protect the little guy, all the while privately cozying up with Big Business, Big Tech, and Big Brother’s Press to oppress the little guys and gals. Democrat policies decimated the black family and our big cities. Democrats wasted millions of Americans’ hard-earned tax dollars and countless work hours on Russian collusion disinformation and impeachment ruses. And then in de facto collusion with social media mega-millionaires and the corrupt leftist press, the “progressive” hive threw the election to befuddled Biden and his henchwoman.
Posted in Education, Federal, Media Watch
Tagged 1984, Abigail Schrier, Adolph Hitler, Amazon, Anna G. Eshoo, Big Business, Big Tech, California, democrats, exchange of ideas, Fox Newss, George Orwell, ideas, Irreversible Damage, Jerry McNerny, Newsmax, OANN, Ryan T. Anderson, sexuality, speech, Target
Conservative writer, podcaster, and attorney Ben Shapiro interviews Ryan T. Anderson, senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation and founder and editor of Public Discourse on the dire implications of the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia that has roiled the political waters, including within the Republican Party. They discuss the likely affect of this decision on Title IX, speech mandates, businesses owned by people of faith, and more. To better understand the profoundly troubling nature of this decision, take 12 minutes to watch and listen to this important discussion.
In an excerpt from a panel discussion, Ryan T. Anderson, PhD., author and the William E. Simon Senior Research Fellow in American Principles & Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation, discusses four arguments against physician-assisted suicide. A strong pro-life stance must encompass not only the value of life in the womb, but also the value of life at every point from birth to God-appointed death.
Last time we covered two recent articles from Public Discourse — here are brief excerpts from three more.
The first is from Ryan T. Anderson — note the important introduction following the title:
How to Think About Discrimination: Race, Sex, and SOGI
Sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) antidiscrimination laws are unjustified, but if other policies are adopted to address the mistreatment of people who identify as LGBT, they must leave people free to engage in legitimate actions based on the conviction that we are created male and female and that male and female are created for each other.
The NFL and the NBA are tackling issues having nothing to do with football or basketball, and they’re putting a full court press on our freedom.
As the LGBT lobby moves beyond gay marriage into putting boys in girls’ locker rooms, here are four kinds of laws to keep an eye on.
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged Annise Parker, Bathroom privacy, Dennis Daugaard, Equality Act, Gender dysphoria, LGBT, Mike Pence, RFRA, Ryan T. Anderson, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, SOGI, transgender bathroom, transgenderism, Truth Overruled: The Future of Marriage and Religious Freedom
The Washington Post published a profile of Ryan T. Anderson, a Heritage Foundation fellow who is a leading intellectual defender of traditional marriage, and a genuinely nice guy.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to hear any of the cases on same-sex marriage means, as my colleague Ryan T. Anderson writes, that “lower court rulings that struck down state marriage laws now will go into effect, forcing the redefinition of marriage in [Indiana, Wisconsin, Virginia, Oklahoma and Utah] and potentially in other states in the 4th, 7th, and 10th circuits.”
That shouldn’t be acceptable—regardless of your position on same-sex marriage.
This is a must-see short video clip to help everyone understand how the debate about same-sex “marriage” is not about equality or discrimination. Ryan T. Anderson is from the Heritage Foundation. Please forward to your email database and networks and share below on social media.
Ryan T. Anderson will be the keynote speaker at the September 24th banquet for Catholic Citizens of Illinois. The event will be held in Oak Brook, Illinois. Click HERE for more information.