Tuesday, July 11, 2023

Tuesday's podcast: Texas property tax resolution, Men playing in women's sports and more

Texas property tax resolution........Men playing in women's sports.......Georgia Democrat switches to GOP over school choice.....All Star Game in Seattle......and other stories

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People tell me that he’s only foolin’. I know he isn’t.

 (My new American Thinker post)

How crazy are things getting? My late mother had a great phrase for stuff like this. She used to say “pura locura,” loosely translated to “pure craziness.” Yes, it’s crazy, and here is the story of the man who is now Miss Netherlands. Yes, it’s not a typo. It’s a dude:

A transgender woman has been crowned Miss Netherlands for the first time in the beauty pageant’s history and is now set to compete for the Miss Universe title.

Rikkie Valerie Kolle, 22, made history after she won the competition on Sunday.

The new Miss Netherlands wore a red gown as she was overcome by emotion while receiving her crown from her predecessor Ona Moody and reigning Miss Universe R’Bonney Gabriel from the USA.

The dude is all dressed up to look like a girl. His hair is styled, and the red dress is pretty, but he is a man, a detail that some of us would like to point out. By the way, the article pointed out that Kolle will be the second man ever to compete in Miss Universe. I guess that’s another victory for civil rights. We’ve come a long way from the “I have a dream” speech, haven’t we?

Why don’t the girls on the stage walk out and protest this outrage? Or what about the advertisers?

As he walked down the aisle with his flowers and his crown, I could hear that song by The Beatles with a slight variation: “People tell me that he is only foolin’. I know he isn’t... He is not a woman, He is not a woman”.

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