HR-5 is the designation given to “The Equality Act,” which was passed on May 17, 2019, in the House. It now heads to the U.S. Senate where the prospects of passage are somewhat bleak. However, this should not be taken as either the final word by the government nor as a solid victory if the legislation does not pass. HR-5 is a harmful expansion of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes of people. This effort is extremely dangerous and potentially deadly for the innocent victims of ‘trans-fraud’, the helpless children. Children whose lives will be needlessly traumatized and for almost half of them will result in death by their own hands.
via The Inevitable Tyrannical Inequality of The Equality Act [Video] — TILJournal
I think it is difficult to pin down just what equality or inequality mean. It can be quite misleading and misused. A country in which everyone lives in poverty have a form of equality. Generally, countries in which people can and do get richer have on average improved standards of living for most people at […]
via Tamihere on ‘a less equal society’ — Your NZ
The Tax Working group has just released a background paper with the lofty title of Distributional analysis This focusses on the distribution of tax in relation to ‘inequality’. Inequality of income? Inequality of living standards. Inequality of taxation? Purpose of discussion – the background paper is for the Group’s information. It provides: an overview […]
via The Tax Working Group and ‘inequality’ — Your NZ
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