Walkism is not a Latin American value, the mixed message of Biden and other comments

Republican: Vokeism is not a Latin American value

“The awakened gender ideology, being so completely antithetical to Latino language and culture, plays a huge role in why Latinos universally turn away from the Democratic Party,” writes Peter Hernandez in Townhall. “We are not only a proud people, but a people who didn’t like petty or particularly confusing words” but “the left wants to replace Latin with ‘Latin.'” So “should we start calling our sons and daughters by ninx , not from nina or nino?” No: “We need to end this abuse of language and stop disrespecting our male and female nature. Let’s preserve the proud heritage of the Spanish language.”

Conservative: Biden’s Mixed Message

President Biden’s speech last week was another move in “the Democratic political operation in which the threat to democracy is a lever used to hold onto voters without having to make hard concessions to the center or the right,” The New’s Ross argued York Times Douthat. He mixed “dire warnings about Trump’s authoritarianism” with “a strictly partisan agenda that offers little grounds for ideological truce, few real concessions to beliefs outside the liberal tent.” Biden even “linked his refusal to accept the election results to opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage — implying that his own Catholic Church’s positions are part of the ‘MAGA Republican’ threat to democracy itself.” Meanwhile, Democrats are “pouring millions into advertising in the primaries for New Hampshire Senate Republicans, hoping to ensure that the most pretentious candidate wins — the latest example of liberal strategists deliberately inflating numbers that their party and president officially consider an existential threat to the republic. “

March for Life prez: Abortion activists out of touch

Since the Supreme Court’s Dobbs decision, abortion activists have sought to “distract” their “radical” agenda by “painting the pro-life movement as extreme,” noted Jeanne Mancini in The Washington Times. And yet it is theirs a country that vandalized and bombed pregnancy centers and pushed legislation to “legalize abortion during all nine months of pregnancy.” The Women’s Health Protection Act would even “remove restrictions on painful late-term abortions, parental consent laws, and bans on abortions based on sex or disability.” The fact is, “Democrats are extremely frustrated” with Americans, 71% of whom support “limiting abortion to the first trimester,” as a recent Maris poll showed.

Foreign Office: Truss’ hard task

Can future British Prime Minister Liz Truss, asks the editors of The Wall Street Journal, “take her Conservative Party and the country out of the economic and energy mess Prime Minister Boris Johnson has driven it into”? She won “with a Thatcher economic message that the party and the UK had not heard from the Conservatives for years. Tax cuts are high on her agenda. And she “opposed the reawakened piety that has swept the UK’s media and academic elites”. It is a “major break from the last 12 years of Tory rule” as “the party began a leftward tilt that culminated in” Johnson’s “fiasco” with “devastating climate promises and tax hikes”. The Conservatives have become “another party of redistribution, instead of standing as Britain’s party of prosperity” – and “completely failed”.

Schools look: Behind enrollment declines

People who “voted in 2020 with unprecedented enthusiasm” for the Democratic Party “ran with equal gusto from Democratic-run states, cities and public school systems,” wonders Karina Benton in The Federalist. It should be noted that “families, especially those with children in primary school, are not only leaving the blue zones in disproportionate numbers, but are opting out of the public education system en masse”. Why? The COVID “lockdown and masking mandates certainly played a role.” Another possibility: “Parents have resigned themselves to the fact that their school districts are acting as a united front operation for the Democratic Party and its perverse, anti-family, anti-Christian agenda and are getting away. They have “lost confidence in public school systems” and are “looking for a healthier and more academically rigorous school environment.”

— Compiled by The Post’s editorial board

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