Why Idaho Republicans Make Poor Allies in the Culture War
The day may be coming when confused kids use the toilet of their choice. Across Idaho. While the state has managed to steer clear of many culture war battles, the contagion usually makes its way here after being fought elsewhere. This is a link I saw at the Daily Signal. The writer is a well-known figure at the Family Research Council. He recommends a strategy for parents who oppose shared bathrooms for the gender confused.
Tony Perkins also outlines the story of how parents in rural Georgia convinced a school board to back away from joining the headlong rush to appease the politically correct.
I believe there have been some Idaho schools where the white flag has been raised when it comes to the latest liberal fads.
I believe there have been some Idaho schools where the white flag has been raised when it comes to the latest liberal fads. Many of these schools have done this discreetly, hoping to avoid scrutiny from parents and media. While media is generally supportive in demolishing traditional values, the stories attract attention from parents who want to keep their children safe.
The battle is between people who believe they know best how to raise your kids and you as a parent. The state or Mom and Dad?
Don’t get complacent. We’re seeing many of the old ways in Idaho fall rapidly like a line of dominoes. The names Redskins and Braves are being scrubbed as team names by a vocal minority.
A university in Pocatello celebrated Indigenous People’s Day. As did Governor Brad Little! If the goal is to please the local newspaper editors it’s a myopic effort. I saw no early notice about the Governor’s decision. Again, as I argued last week, if you want a day for the indigenous, pick another week. The left is relentless and too many Republicans believe there’s no harm in bowing to the latest demand.