Jon Miller

Jon Miller: Romney doesn't know the FIRST thing about character. The MSM LOVES him for it.

'White House Brief' host Jon Miller reacts to Mitt Romney's Washington Post op-ed

The media's new Trump-hating poster boy, Mitt Romney, dominated headlines this week for, well, hating Trump. As if he had any idea what good character is, he attacked Trump's for "falling short." Meanwhile, this is the same guy who can't keep his own record straight for where he stands on abortion, health care and even his support for Trump. But obviously that doesn't matter to him, and it certainly doesn't matter to the mainstream media. He's a phony and a disgrace to the Republican Party, but as long as he continues to appease the left by bashing Trump, the mainstream media will welcome him with open arms.

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Pat Gray Unleashed

A 15-year-old girl sues school over transgender locker room policy

On Thursday's radio program, Pat Gray and Keith Malinak discussed the story of an unnamed 15-year-old girl, who claimed that her civil rights had been violated and that she was very uncomfortable with a man watching her get dressed in a locker room.

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In this clip, Pat explained a commonly held concern about transgender locker rooms describing how it could become problematic and upsetting to female students.

A Honesdale High School student filed a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education's Civil Rights Division after becoming uncomfortable when she heard a man's voice as she was getting dressed.

"While I was putting on my pants, I heard a man's voice. So I turned around, and he's standing there on the opposite aisle looking at me," the student said in a video. "I glanced down, and I could tell that he was wearing women's underwear and what was underneath it."

Andrea Shaw, the attorney for the Pennsylvania high school student, is now considering the complaint as a case of sexual harassment.

What else?

An elementary school in Arlington, Virginia, invited a transgender to speak to kindergarten students on behalf of the National Education Association and Human Rights Campaign.

Parents claim the school did not ask permission from the student's parents, but the school maintains that parents were informed of the guest speaker and that parents had the opportunity to opt their child out.

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