Similarly, Alabama advanced separate legislation related to public school bathrooms and gender and sexual identity discussions in early grades. Senators voted to approve legislation mandating that K-12 students only use bathrooms and locker rooms corresponding to their assigned sex at birth instead of their current gender identity. Alabama lawmakers went further to approve legislation to ban a doctor from prescribing puberty blockers or hormones or performing surgery to aid in the gender transition of people under 19 years of age.
He continued to affirm that the biggest threat to the American people in government is the “bureaucratic class” who have not been elected, referring to the “guy at the NIH,” and other three-letter agencies, which many believe have practically become the fourth branch of government. The hardest part to swallow was that, according to Cawthorn, “they are practically unfireable.”
Millennials’ fate will depend largely upon whether they’re the progeny of wealthy families or not. Those who can depend on “the bank of mom and dad” for an interest-free loan (or a generous inheritance) will always have an advantage in procuring the best homes, jobs and school placement as entry to the upper echelon of society still largely depends on having access to the best schools and alumni networks.