Three Ways to Support Sanity
If you have any money to spare in the service of a good cause, here are three end-of-year suggestions. If you can send a thousand dollars, or if you can spend twenty bucks, all of these are worth it. I get no money from any of these groups or causes, but will give, or have given, to them all.
First, Protect Kids California is trying to go around the Jacobin state legislature and our scumbag attorney general by circulating a ballot measure for signatures. Here’s what the measure will do:
Requires schools to notify parents regarding children's mental health concerns identified in school settings, including gender identification issues.
Protects girls competitive sports and school spaces to be for biological girls only.
Prevents the sterilization of children by prohibiting the use of puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, mastectomies and genital surgeries for minors.
They need to fund that effort. You can donate here. My view of this cause is that its success will be written on the bodies of children, not in some abstract victory of ideas. We can stop the mutilation of children.
Second, a lawyer who represents January 6 defendants is warning that the pace of arrests is picking up.
“DOJ and the FBI have significantly increased the pace of arrests over the past 90 days.” Three years after the event, and right before an election year. Many of the people being arrested can’t afford lawyers, so they have to rely on public defenders in the absence of outside help. You can contribute to the January 6 Legal Defense Fund here.
And third, the Los Angeles-area lawyer Julie Hamill is pursuing an expensive and time-consuming First Amendment lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health and its absurd director, a “social welfare” PhD who issues public health directives on the basis of her alleged expertise in medical science…
…over their stupid policy of forbidding comments from the dirty public on their social media posts. The county is throwing money at the litigation, and is represented by a big corporate law firm; Hamill is a solo practitioner who has put much of her own practice on hold to fight this lawsuit to the end. You can pitch in for litigation costs here, to help get a significant free speech lawsuit over the finish line.
If money is tight, don’t. But if you can….
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