In his November 1 op-ed for The Hill, Fox News Analyst Juan Williams claimed that the “parents’ rights’ mantra in the Virginia gubernatorial elections is simply “a code for white race politics.” To the contrary, this really is about parents’ rights and about what is best for all children. To inject charges of white supremacy and racism is to miss the whole point of why so many parents are so upset. In all candor and with due respect, I would have expected better from Mr. Williams.
Posted in CRT/Racism/BLM, Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Black Lives Matter, Condoleezza Rice, Critical Race Theory, Fox News, Glenn Youngkin, Juan Williams, LGBTQ Agenda, Parental Rights, Terry McAuliffe, The Hill, white supremacy
I am not an anti-vaxxer, and plenty of my friends and colleagues have been vaccinated. And, from the perspective of those who believe that the COVID-19 vaccinations are safe and effective and even life-saving, I can understand the desire to see everyone vaccinated. But what I cannot possibly understand is the threatening, vindictive, heavy-handed bullying in conjunction with the mandates. Not only are these unfair and even cruel, but they give fuel to the fire of those who view the mandates as nothing less than dangerous governmental overreach.
Yesterday I commented under an article on The Hill on Merriam-Webster Dictionary adding “they” as a pronoun for “gender nonbinary” persons, an article that also referred to British singer Sam Smith‘s announcement that he’s “nonbinary.” Like Merriam-Webster, the Chicago Tribune has bought hook, line, and sinker the “trans” language rules. Writing about the singular man Sam Smith, the Trib wrote this embarrassing sentence:
Smith said they were excited and privileged for the support, adding that they’ve been “very nervous” about the announcement because they ”care too much about what people think.”
Someone responded to my Hill comment, and …
Posted in Sexuality
Tagged "they", Body Integrity Identity Disorder, Gender Dyphoria, Merriam-Webster Dictionary, nonbinary, NukeNado, pronoun laws, pronouns, Rachel Dolezal, Sam Smith, The Hill