In order to make sure gays and lesbians are adequately represented on the judicial bench, the state of California is requiring all judges and justices to reveal their sexual orientation. The announcement was made in an internal memo sent to all California judges and justices.
“[The Administrative Office of the Courts] is contacting all judges and justices to gather data on race/ethnicity, gender identification, and sexual orientation,” reads an email sent by Romunda Price of the Administrative Office of the Courts. A copy of Price’s memo was obtained by THE WEEKLY STANDARD.
“Providing complete and accurate aggregate demographic data is crucial to garnering continuing legislative support for securing critically needed judgeships,” Price writes.And the University of California is going to start asking students what turns them on. From the March 9, 2012 CBS Los Angeles:
The next influx of UC students may be asked to state their sexual orientation.
In January, the Academic Senate recommended that upon accepting admission offers from a University of California school students should have the option of identifying themselves as lesbian, gay, bi-sexual or transgender.
The UC Board of Admissions and Relations with Schools had mixed reactions but agreed that the question would allow them to collect important statistical information. They recommended putting the question on the SIR forms instead of college applications to protect students’ privacy.We of course know that this information will never be used against anyone. As one of the commenters at Small Dead Animals observed:
My only thought here is that this will make it very easy for any government that doesn't like gays to know who to pick up. Lists never die.
So all our good Lefty troll friends, do you think the sun is -never- going to set on Liberalism? Do you think the government of the day is -never- going to put The Church Lady in charge of the Who's Gay list?Read Prayers for the Assassin--what used to be a completely impossible future now doesn't seem so impossible to me.