Inflicting Irreversible Damage on Teenage Girls

Irreversible Damage Book Cover
Irreversible Damage Book Cover

There is a social contagion of insane evil sweeping the United States, Canada, and much of the Western world, and it is inflicting irreversible harm on thousands of teenage girls and devastating their families.

In 2007, there was only one pediatric gender clinic in America. Today there are over 300. Clinical gender dysphoria (confusion) is real, but in the past it was  largely confined to young boys beginning at ages two to four.  This occurred in only one in ten thousand young boys and resolved itself without clinical treatment in over 70 percent of cases.  

Today, gender dysphoria appears almost exclusively among teenage girls,  a full two percent of teenage girls nationwide, most typically those having  social adjustment problems common among teenagers.  According to science and social journalist and author, Abigail Shrier, it typically occurs among groups of friends in the same school classrooms. The prevalence of this social contagion may reach 15 to 20 percent or  higher in some of the most vulnerable social and cultural school settings.  Social media platforms are significant channels of contagion, where trans activists, often not trans themselves, push the idea that starting a course of testosterone will solve their problems.  Dr. Lisa Littman of Brown University has termed the recent spike in transgender identification “rapid onset gender dysphoria,” an indication of mass social delusion.

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The Margin of Victory and a Just Peace

Col. Douglas MacGregor, U.S. Army (ret.) is a TV and media commentator, author, and consultant. He has most recently been interviewed by Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham on Fox News, and Judge Andrew Napolitano on YouTube.  

MacGregor is a 1976 engineering graduate of the United States Military Academy and received a PhD in International Relations from the University of Virginia in 1987.

Col. Douglas MacGregor, U.S. Army (ret)
Col. Douglas MacGregor, U.S. Army (ret)

In February 1991, MacGregor, led a squadron of 19 tanks and 30 other combat vehicles through a desert sandstorm and destroyed over 70 Iraqi Republican Guard armored vehicles at the Battle of 73 Easting (a battle phase line). He achieved this without a single American casualty. This battle has been called the last great tank battle of the 20th Century. In November 1993 Army battle gaming exercises, Lt.Col. MacGregor distinguished himself by “vastly outperforming” his peers. According to journalist Thomas Ricks, MacGregor quickly gained a reputation of one of the Army’s leading planners and thinkers on innovation. He became prominent in 1997 after publishing Breaking the Phalanx, which proposed a radical reorganization of U.S. land forces to cope with modern realities. This was backed by several top Army officers and Defense Department cabinet officials, but ran into political trouble, which blocked his path to Brigade commander and Brigadier General. He retired in 2004 and has since acted as a consultant to the Israeli Defense Force. President Trump tried to make him Ambassador to Germany, but the nomination was stalled in the Senate. He served for the last three months of President Trump’s term as an advisor to the Acting Secretary Defense. MacGregor has written five books in all.

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Follow up to part 3 of The January 6 Committee and the 14th Amendment

On July 24, Adam Schiff, senior Democrat on the House January 6 Committee, former House manager to impeach Trump, and Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, overseeing the DOJ and FBI, asked Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate Donald Trump.

Schiff has been saying Trump should be banned from running for President under Section 3 of the 14th Amendment passed in 1868, referencing Section 3 "engaged in insurrection or rebellion."  Schiff and the January 6 Committee continually refer to the "January 6 insurrection."

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National Self-Destruction by Appalling Dishonesty - Part 3 of 3

Carpetbagger Politics 1872 - Thomas Nast cartoon, Harper’s Weekly.
Carpetbagger Politics 1872 - Thomas Nast cartoon, Harper’s Weekly.

The 14th Amendment, passed by dubious ethical and outrageously coercive means in 1868, facilitated turning the original Constitution and the first Ten Amendments on their head by strengthening Federal power and weakening effective counterbalances to it. Since the 14th Amendment, the nation has progressed from a philosophy of decentralized and limited government to a government increasingly characterized by highly expanded and centralized powers. States’ Rights, once an essential check against excessive executive, judicial, and congressional power has been reduced to a meek whisper. Only recently, under the Trump Administration from 2017 to 2021 and the new conservative majority in the Supreme Court since then, has States’ Rights begun to reemerge as a counterbalance to Federal excesses and potential tyranny.

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Precedents for Chaos and Tyranny - Part 2 of 3

Senator Charles Sumner
Senator Charles Sumner

The January 6 Committee intends to use the 14th Amendment to block former President Trump from running again in 2024.   

The  Fourteenth Amendment consists of five sections. The first clause of Section 1 defines who is a citizen:

“All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”

This overturned the Dred Scott Supreme Court decision of 1857, which based on previous precedents, denied citizenship to blacks.

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