Democrats are hoping to salvage their political fortunes in November by firing up a groundswell of support from women. I guess they’re hoping that women won’t notice that thanks to their policies, not only are biological men taking over women’s sports and invading women’s locker rooms, now they’re actually taking over women’s locker rooms and kicking the women out. No, that’s not an exaggeration.

Here’s the story from Vermont’s Randolph High School, where a “transgender” player on the girls’ volleyball team claimed to feel uncomfortable because the girls’ complained of having to share their locker room with a biological male. So the school kicked the girls’ team out of their own locker room and forced them to change in a small girls’ bathroom. Where they probably had to wait for a biological male to finish up first.

An honest question for American women who vote Democrat: is protecting late-term abortions really so important that you’ll keep voting for people who are not only making every other aspect of your lives more expensive, difficult and dangerous, but who are actively working to erase your gender’s very existence?

Supreme Court News

October 4, 2022

A new session of the Supreme Court starts this week, and observers are watching closely to see if all the attempted threats and intimidation from the left over the overturning of Roe v. Wade will dissuade the Justices from blocking liberal activist rulings. I wouldn’t bet on that.

In what could signal a major victory for free speech over Big Tech censorship, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a lower court and upheld a Texas law barring social media sites from censoring users based on their viewpoints.

Read the full article for quotes from the ruling, which smacks down the social media giants’ pleas for sweeping protection of their political biases in no uncertain terms. Excepts:

“Today we reject the idea that corporations have a freewheeling First Amendment right to censor what people say.” Amen! And…

“The implications of the platforms' argument are staggering. On the platforms' view, email providers, mobile phone companies, and banks could cancel the accounts of anyone who sends an email, makes a phone call, or spends money in support of a disfavored political party, candidate, or business.” (Note: you could argue that financial transaction companies are already doing this, and they need to be stopped. Let's pray this ruling will help stop them.)