I resist the proclamation’s talk of “glass ceilings,” pay equity (an allegation that some studies debunk), the need to place kids in the care of rented strangers, sexual discrimination/harassment and the need generally for better “working conditions” for women (read: more government).
Don Willett, nominee to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, objecting to draft proclamation of then-Governor George W. Bush honoring the Texas Federation of Business and Professional Women
Despite repeated attempts to meld the two into one “right side of history” campaign, the Sexual Revolution is not the Civil Rights Movement….The “Sexual Revolution,” “was rooted in the soil of elitist postmodern philosophy, spearheaded by secular libertines, and was essentially ‘radical’ in its demands.” “It sought public affirmation of the lie that the human person is an autonomous blob of Silly Putty unconstrained by nature or biology, and that marriage, sexuality, gender identity, and even the unborn child must yield to the erotic desires of liberated adults. In this way, the Sexual Revolution was more like the French Revolution, seeking to destroy rather than restore.
Matthew Kacsmaryk, nominee to the Northern District of Texas
During the presidential race, Donald Trump’s campaign was littered with sexist comments and misogynistic behavior. He bragged about getting away with sexual assault in his Access Hollywood tape, talked about “blood coming out of [Megan Kelly’s] wherever,” and insulted fellow candidate Carly Fiorina’s appearance. Read more