Skip to comments.Tax-Funded, Congressionally-Mandated Filmmaker Does Pro-Sex-Change Documentary for PBS
Posted on 06/07/2017 5:08:18 PM PDT by ForYourChildren
The Independent Television Service (ITVS)--a federally funded film-making company, whose existence is mandated by federal law and which received more than $86 million from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting over the last five fiscal years on recordhas produced a pro-sex-change documentary entitled Real Boy.
The Public Broadcasting Service will broadcast the documentary on June 19.
PBS itself has received more than $235 million from CPB over the last five fiscal years on record (2011 through 2015), according to CPBs 990 forms.
The ITVS documentary Real Boy tells the story of how a young woman--whose now-divorced parents named her Rachael--becomes Bennett, and then undergoes what PBS calls gender reassignment surgery.
(Excerpt) Read more at cnsnews.com ...
Cut it off. Financially that is.
Our tax dollars at work!
It will be shown behind parents backs in the public schools somewhere. There will be a backlash. But too late. Damage to the childrens brains will already be done.
“You Won’t Believe How Much It Costs to Be Transgender in America,” Teen Vogue
Just the hormones cost $1,500 per year.
“Another frequent setback is the cost of transition. It’s a very expensive process, and unfortunately, unlike in other Western countries, healthcare doesn’t automatically cover most (or any) of these costs. (Some insurances and employers do, however, and the Human Rights Campaign website has an excellent resource that can walk you through the process.) This makes the prospect of transitioning seem unachievable to a lot of people struggling with gender identity...”
Part of a world-wide cultural push for changing the definition of humans as binary — male/female.
And thus blurring all concepts about such relationships (including marriage,
male leadership, etc.)
Once the anchor truth has been discarded (as in the Bible), then anything goes.
But what follows won’t be a better world.
The last oddity that wanted to become a "real boy" was Pinocchio, and he was liar too. Pinocchio also tried to ignore his conscience - just like this freak, and had a stream of unfortunate consequences as a result.
Time was when schools had to seek parental permission to expose students to controversial material. They discovered though that permission slips rarely made it home for parents to sign or if the material was super crazy as most of it is today, parents would not sign them. Now the policy has changed and parents must request exemption from an event and those same notices that were sent home telling parents they must opt out seem never to make it home. Opt out rather than opt in just that easy.
This is another example of post-17th Amendment ratification unconstitutional taxing and spending.
Drain the swamp! Drain the swamp!
Remember in November 18 !
Since Trump entered the 16 presidential race too late for patriots to make sure that there were state sovereignty-respecting candidates on the primary ballots, patriots need make sure that such candidates are on the 18 primary ballots so that they can be elected to support Trump in draining the unconstitutionally big federal government swamp.
Such a Congress will also be able to finish draining the swamp with respect to getting the remaining state sovereignty-ignoring, activist Supreme Court justices off of the bench.
In fact, if Justice Gorsuch turns out to be a liberal Trojan Horse then we will need 67 patriot senators to remove a House-impeached Gorsuch from office.
Noting that the primaries start in Iowa and New Hampshire in February 18, patriots need to challenge candidates for federal office in the following way.
While I Googled the primary information above concerning Iowa and New Hampshire, FReeper iowamark brought to my attention that the February primaries for these states apply only to presidential election years. And after doing some more scratching, since primary dates for most states for 2018 elections probably havent been uploaded at this time (March 14, 2017), FReepers will need to find out primary dates from sources and / or websites in their own states.
Patriots need to qualify candidates by asking them why the Founding States made the Constitutions Section 8 of Article I; to limit (cripple) the federal governments powers.
Patriots also need to find candidates that are knowledgeable of the Supreme Court's clarifications of the federal governments limited powers listed below.
Congress is not empowered to tax for those purposes which are within the exclusive province of the States. Justice John Marshall, Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824.
State inspection laws, health laws, and laws for regulating the internal commerce of a State, and those which respect turnpike roads, ferries, &c. are not within the power granted to Congress [emphasis added]. Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824.
From the accepted doctrine that the United States is a government of delegated powers, it follows that those not expressly granted, or reasonably to be implied from such as are conferred, are reserved to the states, or to the people. To forestall any suggestion to the contrary, the Tenth Amendment was adopted. The same proposition, otherwise stated, is that powers not granted are prohibited [emphasis added]. United States v. Butler, 1936.
It’s way past time to get rid of taxpayer funding of PBS.