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The Age of Gender Fluidity ... that has a nice ring to it, don'cha think ...
This is nonsense. This is just one momentary set of thoughts from the elite that run this country. I will grant that we need to treat children with issue of how they present their gender with care, but that doesn't mean presenting an unclear message to children. Children take things literally and we need to deal with that. Our sex experts are mostly wrong. Remember John Money and his effort to change a child's sexuality. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Money
In a century we will look at this generations ideas and laugh, but unfortunately those who have to deal with the results of our experts can't laugh.
... meanwhile from the other front there's this
from: Donal J. Trump -
Hillary's disastrous puppet show - We won last night|Make America Great Again
Trump is somewhat correct here, since the Democratic party supported globalization, but both parties support globalization. I don't know about open borders but the donors of both parties want cheaper immigrant labor. I live in rural MN and the food processing plants hire immigrants, mostly Mexicans here but it can be any nationality. I doubt they are run only by Democrats.
Hillary may be in the pocket of Wall Street but the GOP supports a less regulated financial industry.
I appreciated this:
Commentary from Russians is worth reading
Trump's Shouty and Insane Press Conference Reminded Russians of…Putin
Their message to Americans: Brace yourselves.
HANNAH LEVINTOVA; JAN. 14, 2017 6:00 AM
During Donald Trump's first press conference as president-elect, he called BuzzFeed a "failing pile of garbage," shouted down questions from a CNN reporter, and evaded tough questions about the dossier released the day before alleging that Russia had been cultivating Trump for years and had assembled compromising material on him. In the United States, many found Trump's harsh approach shocking. "It is our observation," said Fox News anchor Shepard Smith, referring to Trump's treatment of CNN, "that neither they nor any other journalists should be subjected to belittling and delegitimizing by the president-elect."