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Salvation Army Has Its Bell Rung by NYC

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A few years ago, who could believe that the U.S. House would actually be debating taxpayer-funded sex changes? Even more disturbing, who could imagine that 23 Republicans would actually support the idea? Unfortunately, these are the realities of a post-Obama world, where conservatives are desperately fighting to rebuild America from the rubble that eight years of extremism left behind.

That's no easy task, as last Friday's vote on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) proved. When 23 Republicans helped sink an amendment that would've protected taxpayers from the $3.7 billion price tag for the military's "free" gender reassignment surgery, it was hard to find a silver lining. That is, until voters got involved. Shocked and frustrated, Americans started overwhelming members' offices with calls. The backlash was so intense that Republican defectors like Justin Amash (R-Mich.) shifted to damage control, desperately trying to explain the betrayal. Suddenly, the far-Left's celebration seemed a little premature. If polling doesn't convince Republicans how unpopular Obama's transgender agenda is, maybe the pushback from Friday will.

While parents fight on that front, faith-based groups are being assaulted on another. In New York City, the local human rights commission is charging the Salvation Army's substance abuse center with "gender identity discrimination" for refusing to change their rules to accommodate people who identify as transgender…

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