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Eye on Disney: A Tradition of Child Sexualization

“Disney’s recent commitment to adding ‘queerness’ wherever possible cannot be explained simply as trying to teach tolerance and inclusivity.” notes pseudonymous former Disney TV writer Stella Paul at American Thinker. The company has long warned writers that “everything kids see they imitate,” so its executives “know that when they show ‘queerness,’ they’re . . . . . Encourage children to emulate this behavior.” And “Disney has long had trouble sexualizing children,” with young female stars going from “enchanting geniuses to hypersexual vixens,” as well as “a story in which its young actors were exposed to convicted child molesters”. “Children now live in a world of immersive media and spend up to nine hours a day viewing or using screens. . . Taking down Disney would be a great victory in the fight to restore childhood sanctity.”

Libertarian: 6.5 billion hours lost through tax filing

“This year, Americans will spend an estimated 6.5 billion hours” and more than $200 billion filing their taxes, yells Eric Böhm from Reason, citing the American Action Forum. “That’s an insane amount of extra work” for “no productive purposes at all”. The complexity of the process is “no coincidence” as the tax code has many conflicting goals (“fairness, enforceability, efficiency”) and “companies that benefit from the complexity”, such as TurboTax brand owner Intuit, try to “lobby hard”. against attempts at simplification. Still, the tax was “simply intended to be a tool for federal government funding,” not a mechanism for “social engineering.” Americans should “spend fewer hours trying to figure out what you owe the IRS — or what the IRS owes you.”

Conservative: America’s Trickle Down Racism

“Today’s multiracial America is a grand experiment in the unknown,” observes Victor Davis Hanson at American Greatness. “Can its various tribes and races unite around the Constitution? Or will they inevitably revert to their form and devote their first allegiance to those with common superficial racial or ethnic affinities?” Warning: “Tribalism is like nuclear proliferation. Once groups begin to separate and self-identify through common superficial appearances, everyone will fragment.” This “reactionary and neo-confederate return to racial stigma and hatred will not end well.”

Senate Guard: A hypocrite in Nevada

“To save her seat, Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto is starting to sound like Donald Trump on immigration.” Victor Joeks scoffs at the Las Vegas Journal review. “President Joe Biden is about to worsen the southern border crisis” by repealing Title 42, which allows deportations over COVID concerns — though he also says the pandemic is still bad enough to warrant mask-mandating on airplanes and to justify a moratorium on student loan payments. Cortez Masto condemned the move, “but her record shows how disingenuous this is,” as she urged then-President Donald Trump to overturn the June 2020 Title 42 order and helped support Senator Ted Cruz’s August 2021 proposal , to extend it, to reject it. “Until a tough election came around, she showed little concern about the rise in illegal immigration.”

Foreign Desk: Fight Ortega Authoritarianism

Nicaragua’s Daniel Ortega and wife Vice President Rosario Murillo are charged by investigators from the Organization of American States with crimes against humanity and appear to be “cementing a North Korean-style dynastic dictatorship in the heart of America.” notes Ryan C. Berg at The Hill. But Team Biden balks at tougher sanctions, arguing that “more pressure on the Ortega-Murillo regime will result in more migration to the US southern border.” But “concerns about migration feel more like a convenient excuse.” It’s time to “fix the Nicaraguan army, already implicated in human rights abuses,” as well as the army’s “lucrative pension and investment fund,” and “numerous government ministries involved in… involved in day-to-day oppression” and “causing multilateral lenders to turn around”. from the tap to Managua.” “Make the confrontation with the Ortega-Murillo regime a more central pillar” of US policy.

— Compiled by The Post Editorial Board

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DUSTIN JONES

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