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Three things you must know when dealing with the gender identity issue

Why is Obama’s executive action unconstitutional? Obama’s executive action unilaterally imposed an order to all federally funded schools and universities across the country, bypassing the Constitutionally mandated mechanism to create law—Congress. Article I, Section 1 of the Constitution provides that…

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Overcoming the Politics of Slavery

For the past 100 years we have taught the “politics of slavery” to our young, but are now shocked because they have grown into ruthless bureaucrats and apathetic sheep. 1) We have taught our youth that 50% of the nation’s…

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“Gender identity” is meaningless to the law

The transgender debate is not about feelings. It is about fact. “Gender identity” is meaningless from a factual legal standpoint. As David French so eloquently wrote in a recent article, Obama’s edict to publicly funded institutions is patently unconstitutional. Obama…

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Harvard professor calls Conservative Christians culture war Nazis

If you’re a regular reader or listener of the Strident Conservative, you know that we pull no punches when it comes to the culture war launched by liberal elites against the traditional values held by Judeo-Christian Americans; values that John…

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Transgender bathroom wars have nothing to do with civil rights

Google or Bing “LGBT” and “Strident Conservative” and you’ll see pages of news and opinion on how the political agenda of homosexual, bisexual and transgender groups have systematically destroyed American culture. But more than that, you’ll see how the movement…

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Gender and sex: Defining our terms

Much of the clash over transgender facilities accommodations has been in attempting to define (or redefine) the common understanding of “gender.” What does the term “gender” refer to? Is one’s gender, as LGBT supporters argue, different than one’s sex? As…

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