Tuesday, May 24, 2016

The most dangerous, and underreported, part of Obama’s transgender edict

Via Adam

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For all the justifiable press coverage of Barack Obama's federal guidance on transgender students in the public schools, its most dangerous provision has largely gone unnoticed – and it has nothing to do with bathrooms.

The most outrageous provision of his transgender bathroom order does not even involve locker rooms, where teenagers of the opposite sex will change and shower next to one another.

The most offensive part of the new policy is that, under the Obama administration's federal guidance:
  • School districts must allow biological males and females to spend the night together in the same hotel room on field trips;

  • Colleges must let men who say they are transgender be roommates with one or more women; and

  • School officials cannot even tell those young women or their parents in advance that their new roommate is a man, without risking a federal lawsuit.
The plain wording of the Obama administration's diktat is clear enough, yet it has not been reported, even by conservative news outlets.

Republicans get it wrong, again
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  1. Excuse me, but I was under the impression that it was Congress that made laws, rather than the President issuing diktats. Also thought that it was for Congress to provide the funding, thus could stop a program, law or government agency by not giving it any money. So where are our Congress critters? What is the point of having our political parties, especially the "Republicans" if they will not do their jobs as outlined in the Constitution? When if ever are the party of the dead elephant ever going to grow some brains, balls and a spine. Perhaps the ought to change their symbol to that of the jelly fish. Republicans like jelly fish only go with the flow, or just drift along.

    1. Hopefully this will be the death knell of both parties.

  2. Administrative law has been around for along time. It is unconstitutional.

    1. Filthy lucre and quest for power driving it all.