Author: Diane Gramley

Blog Post – When Boys Will be Girls and Other Confusions

As schools are forcibly thrust into the transgender debate and students are again used in yet another great social experiment, let’s pray that sanity will win out. But . . . is that possible in this politically correct world where homosexual and transgender activists and their allies have taken over all the major educational/psychological institutions?

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News Release – Federal Judge’s Pine Richland Decision is Wrong

The school board of Pine Richland School District made a commonsense decision last September when they voted to require students to use either the restrooms that corresponds with their biological sex or use single-occupancy ‘unisex’ restrooms. Yesterday’s decision by a federal judge declaring the civil rights of three students who identify as transgender were violated is wrong and creates the potential risk of biological boys to similarly begin identifying as “transgender girls” in order to gain access to the private facilities of girls.

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Blog Post – Two Presidents’ Birthdays

This month we celebrated the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln on the 12th and George Washington on the 22nd. The federal holiday honoring George Washington was originally implemented by an Act of Congress in 1879 for government offices in Washington and expanded in 1885 to include all federal offices. It was always celebrated on his birthday — February 22nd. On January 1, 1971 when the Uniform Monday Holiday Act went into effect, the celebration rarely fell on Washington’s actual birthday. An early draft of this law would have renamed the holiday “Presidents’ Day” to honor the birthdays of both Washington and Lincoln, but that failed in committee. Advertisers in the mid-1980’s began the push to use the term “Presidents’ Day” and it first appeared in print during this time.

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