Indiana Crosses Center Lane with Genderless Drivers Licenses

“We’re Only One of Five States” . . . Crossing the Center Line to Appease the Gender Benders

Governor Holcomb, the mainstream media, and liberal business groups have been wringing their hands for months allegedly concerned that Indiana “is one of only five states without a hate crime law.”

In reality, Indiana judges have the broadest sentencing abilities for hate crimes of almost any state in the nation.  But because our law is allegedly “different,” (actually, they are all different), we are to follow the other 45 states where in two-thirds of them they have a bigger hate crime problem than we do in Indiana.

We have a better law than most states because it provides equal justice for all victims of hate crimes.  But critics of this propose limiting judges to a victim category list.  Why? Because 45 other states do it that way.

If that doesn’t frost you . . . now comes news that Indiana has done something that 45 other states have not.  Indiana is just one of perhaps five states that are offering genderless drivers licenses!   Why would this be, if our policies are supposed to follow the bulk other states?

A driver’s license is the most often used and common government document of a state.   You now have to take every document under the sun, that you haven’t needed in decades, as proof of your identity for a “secure driver’s license.”  Yet, the gender confused no longer have to be male or female, they can “identify” as gender “X.”    Our state is now appeasing that mental fantasy.  How secure is that?

The Bureau of Motor Vehicles falls directly under the purview of Governor Eric Holcomb.  This, along with hate crimes, is another of his major concessions to the LGBT (“letting go of biological truth”) crowd.

You can call the Governor and let him know your view of this move at 317-232-4567.

Interestingly, the very first person officially declared “non-binary” (genderless) has now called it all a huge mistake.  He was used by LGBT activists for their political purposes and suffered serious medical, emotional, and psychological problems from his lifestyle decision.   You can see a short interview about this here.  It will make you wonder why our state thinks this mental health problem is worth a change in driver’s licenses.

This is a also good reminder to call your State Representative and ask him or her to support Senate Bill 12as is, with NO VICTIM LISTat 317-232-9600.

You can find your legislator here:

Ignorant and Free, Can It Really Be?

In January of 1816, Thomas Jefferson warned,“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free. . . it expects what never was and never will be.   If we are to guard against ignorance and remain free, it is the responsibility of every American to be informed.”

In a free society where the people choose their government and are an important participant in it, knowledge of basic history and civics should be a part of the life of a student, let alone a voter.

A recent poll from the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of Pennsylvaniafound that 63% of Americans cannot name one single right mentioned in the 1stAmendment.   (Those rights are speech, religion and assembly.)

Indiana Senate Bill 132 has been sent to the Indiana House Education Committee where Chairman Rep. Bob Behning has killed it the two previous times that it passed the Senate.  This bill requires Indiana high school students to take the same basic civics test that new legal immigrants must pass for citizenship.   Your calls to your State Representative asking them to support SB 132 would be very helpful.

You can find your legislator here:

You can call your State Representative about supporting SB 132 at: 317-232-9600.


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