Saturday, July 30, 2022

Hey, Democrat parents, did you vote for this?


 (My new American Thinker post)

Here we go again, or more tales for the moderate.   

Check this out specially if you have a daughter in school:   

At least, for now. If the Biden administration gets its way, schools could force biological female students to live with biological men who identify as women and vice versa.

The Department of Education has proposed a new Title IX rule that demands that colleges treat students in line with their gender identity, not their biological sex. That means that people who identify as women would live with people who identify as women, and people who identify as men would live with people who identify as men.

Wait, but there is a condition:    

A biological man who began identifying as a woman at age 13 could be treated the same as a biological man who began identifying as a woman an hour ago. Both could be allowed to room with a woman who has no say in the matter, nor could the school be obligated to alert her in any way that her roommate is not, in fact, biologically female.

Thank you for saying that the man must have begun identifying as a woman by age 13.   I'm sure that parents out there between the coasts are relieved to know that their daughter's male roommate "converted to feminism" years ago.  Don't worry, mom and dad, your daughter's roommate has been playing with dolls since he discovered his feminine side or chose his gender.  In other words, it's a girl even if he is not.

Sorry, but this is obscene, and every Democrat should get a question about it.  Don't bet on it, but they should get a question about it.  

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Happy # 68 Ellis Valentine


Ellis Valentine was born in Arkansas on this day in 1954.   He was drafted by Montreal and broke with them in 1975.    By 1976, he was the every day right fielder.

In the late 1970's, the Montreal Expos had one of the best outfields in modern baseball history.   In fact, you could argue that it was the best in quite some time:   Ellis Valentinefuture Hall of Famer Andre Dawson & Warren Cromartie.

Valentine and teammate Cromartie had 24 assists in 1977.    You simply could not take an extra base on that Expos' outfield!

Valentine survived injuries and retired with a .278 batting average and .288 in 7 seasons in Montreal.

Valentine was part of the Expos who came in second in 1978, 1979 & 1980.  They lost the NLCS to the LA Dodgers in 1981.    In today's game, Montreal would have clinched a wild card spot everyone of those years that they came in second in the NL East.   Who knows what would have happened to that "wild card team" in the NL post season?  

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Happy # 81 Paul Anka, great vocalist and songwriter!


Wonder how many people know that Paul Anka was born in Canada?   He was born on this day in 1941.

Paul is from Ottawa and enjoyed big hits by the time that he was a teenager. 

Anka is one of the few pop artists who had Top 10 songs in the 1950s, 1960's & 1970's!  Who else but Elvis can say that? 

Anka's formula?  Romantic and catchy songs that filled Top 40 play lists in the era of AM radio stations.  I'm sure that lots of our parents have Anka 45's among their belongings and souvenirs.

I learned in the 1970's that Paul Anka composed "My Way" and several TV songs, such as The Tonight Song theme song!  How would you like to collect those royalties?

A few years ago, Paul wrote an autobiography.    He also left us an amazing collection of hit songs, available now on digital.

 
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