from Christopher F. Rufo for Hillsdale College:
Critical Race Theory: What It Is and How to Fight It
Critical race theory is an academic discipline, formulated in the 1990s, built on the intellectual framework of identity-based Marxism. Relegated for many years to universities and obscure academic journals, over the past decade it has increasingly become the default ideology in our public institutions. It has been injected into government agencies, public school systems, teacher training programs, and corporate human resources departments in the form of diversity training programs, human resources modules, public policy frameworks, and school curricula. read more
It’s hard to say which radical leftist political hack is the dumbest of them all. Or maybe they’re not as stupid as they act and sound, but instead try to act so woke that it just seems this way.
I might think this of some democrats, especially the older ones – the Schumers and Pelosis. Neither of them are as dimwitted as they sound, but they’re forced to bend themselves into pretzels to remain viable to the new crop of leftist democrats, some of whom really just stupid and angry. read more
by: Brent Smith
According to a number sources on the interweb, including her own website, the subject of the following Blaze article is a “Psychologist, Professor and Preacher – Healing the legacies of racial and gender oppression.”
Now I’ve met a number of ministers, priests, monks and preachers in my time. And not one has shared that he has prayed to God to help “hate” anyone. read more
by: Brent Smith
Let’s talk about weapons of war. No, not scary black “assault” rifles. I’m talking about the weapon of disinformation and the war on the people, devised and implemented by the global elite. I’m talking about possibly hundreds of thousands of sick and dead from Covid-19 – most as it turns out, could have been prevented by the simple use of a single drug, Ivermectin.
A drug that was discovered 46 years ago, in 1975, and has been in medical use since 1981, And it is FDA approved, unlike all the new and hastily developed vaccines, that cost billions to produce and distribute. read more
by Brent Smith
By next week, maybe not even that long, this Colorado “mass shooting” event will have evaporated into nothing, for it blows up the left’s narrative.
Not a White Supremacist
As they always do, their knee-jerk vilification of the “white man” is astonishing. This narrative, thanks to the main stream media, has been beaten into minds of leftists. And their hatred for whites and conservatives is only amplified by these events. read more
by: Brent Smith
As human beings, most of us go out of our way not to offend one another.
And if we mistakenly do so, more often than not, we apologize. Maybe the other party simply mistook what was expressed. Maybe we didn’t express or explain our point properly. It could be any number of things.
But when it’s said and done, it’s over – what under the bridge. This is part and parcel of human interaction. We say or do something stupid or impulsive, we apologize – all is forgiven and life goes on. read more
from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
Now they’re canceling cartoons. They’re cartoons, people!
But that’s what leftists do and have done for over a century.
It began with Woodrow Wilson’s desire to rewrite the Constitution. His reasoning was that it was a fine document for its time, but was no longer applicable to the concerns of the day. You could say he was the father of modern-day cancel culture. read more
by: Brent Smith
Today I discuss a bill that is being proposed in Kentucky, by a Republican, which will make it a crime, a Class B misdemeanor, if they (protesters or rioters), “accost, insult, taunt, or challenge a law enforcement officer with offensive or derisive words, or by gestures or other physical contact, that would have a direct tendency to provoke a violent response from the perspective of a reasonable and prudent person.”
Well isn’t that vague and ridiculous, lumping in words with violent acts. How convenient. And isn’t it always the way. Bad policy always begins with well-meaning Republicans, unable to comprehend the slippery slope they put us on, as not-well-meaning leftists eventually get a hold of it. read more
from the Federalist:
Your Kids Would Be Better Off Feral Than Going To Schools That Make Them Anti-American Racists
Critical Race Theory in a Nutshell
State-sponsored instruction that makes your child a dogmatic racist relativist is not worth any benefit you feel schools give in return. Not a single one. Being Mowgli would be better.
To obtain or keep teaching licenses, Illinois now requires all K-12 teachers to indoctrinate their students in critical race theory, destructive lies about sex and gender, and other leftist mind poison. The rules clearly communicate that in Illinois public schools are no longer places to learn, but places children will be lied to, manipulated, and warehoused as wards of a corrupt and malevolent state. And this kind of schooling is spreading nationwide.
Every decent parent, family, and church should refuse to allow this kind of instruction to be inflicted upon the children in their care, and assume personal responsibility for securing their genuine education outside such anti-public schools. Those who do not are abdicating their sacred duty to teach their children to love and know the truth.
The new Illinois rules require teachers to demonstrate that they “embrace and encourage progressive viewpoints and perspectives.” It clearly specifies that these include incorporating into all their teaching and curricula neo-Marxist falsehoods about race and sex, and actively discriminate based on religion, viewpoint, and race. The rules require teachers to:
- Directly oppose and undermine the concept of objective truth: “Understand and value… that there is not one ‘correct’ way of doing or understanding something, and that what is seen as ‘correct’ is most often based on our lived experiences.” This is an exercise in forcing people to affirm two contradictory things, as the rest of the requirements are extremely dogmatic, not open to any other “way of doing or understanding something.”
- Treat themselves and students as a determined product of their race, sex, and sexual behavior: “Recognize how their identity (race/ethnicity, national origin, language, sex and gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, physical/developmental/emotional ability, socioeconomic class, religion, etc.) affects their perspectives and beliefs about pedagogy and students.”