Bre Payton and Kelsey Harkness round up this week’s big news stories coming out of both Capitol Hill and Hollywood on the Federalist Radio Hour.
Business Insider is the latest publication to retract a story that offended transgender advocates. What are the new rules, and who is making them?
The current law regarding bathrooms in Massachusetts, which allows transgender people to use opposite-sex private facilities, is a matter of unspeakable oppression against females.
The media keeps presenting us on the one hand with a trans civil rights movement for the oppressed and, on the other, with a cutting-edge (pun intended) lifestyle.
The article on kids who change their minds about their gender identity revealed deep insecurity within the trans movement, as well as room for conservatives to acknowledge the complexity of gender.
Trans advocates don’t want parents to know that kids who change genders sometimes regret it. They treat their narrative as more important than your kids.
Kylie Jenner wished her dad a happy Father’s Day in a sweet Instagram post and the Internet totally freaked out.
An Indiana orchestra teacher says public school administrators gave him three options at the end of this school year: refer to students as the opposite sex, resign, or be fired.
This is, in itself, disturbing. But what’s more worrying is the acceptance of this state of affairs by journalists and even the athletes who lost their chance at victory.
At National Review Online, gay columnist J.J. McCullough makes some sweeping generalizations about what conservatives think about transgenderism that are worth questioning.
Men cannot simply decide they are women. This is a basic truth that conservatives should not deny for fear of social strife.
If I had been prevented from having access to helpful people and materials, as Assembly Bill 2943 proposes, the bill would have been a ‘stay trans and die’ bill for me.
Anchorage voters rejected a proposal that would have required government-run facilities to maintain single-sex protections, while allowing private businesses free choice in the matter.
‘This is a dangerous push into records we have kept as civilizations since almost as long as we have had the written word. Assuming change from the outset is designed to disrupt social norms.’
These bills go dangerously beyond questioning plain facts. If passed, they would effectively silence those who dare to oppose their authors — facts be damned.
The U.S. military is correct to ban those with gender dysphoria from serving. The military is also correct in refusing to participate in gender transitions. My failed sex change is proof of that.
Scholar Ryan Anderson’s new book, ‘When Harry Became Sally,’ employs science, medicine, and philosophy to answer the question ‘What is the most loving and helpful response to the condition of gender dysphoria?’
The transgender plaintiffs seek to force Ohio to issue them new birth certificates ‘to accurately reflect their gender identity’ as opposite their sex.
Bravo to President Trump and Defense Secretary James Mattis for making a common-sense decision and not being bullied into disastrous military policy by non-military voices.
A brief primer on federal employment law exposes the error sweeping the judicial system.
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