“Paying the replacements will not result in more knowledgeable docents. But they won’t be Caucasian; that’s the important thing,” writes Dave Blount
Over the last few months, as COVID brought classrooms into American homes, parents learned that their children are being taught Critical Race Theory (i.e., Whites are evil; Blacks are pathetic) and magical thinking about gender, as well as being forced to wear masks that don’t protect against disease, but do interfere with children’s health, learning, and socialization. Their vigorous complaints saw the National School Board Association suggest they’re “domestic terrorists” and Merrick Garland answer the call. We learned, too, that Merrick Garland’s son-in-law, through his company, Panorama Education, sells CRT materials to public schools. And yesterday, it turned out that Panorama is also spreading material calling Trump and his supporters “white supremacists.”
Appearing on Fox News Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul warned Americans that they should now “be afraid of your government,” adding that watchlists of dissenters are actively being compiled by the Biden administration.
Say it’s 2014 and you’ve had this idea for a technocratic great reset of the world economy for some time now, but it only works if the entire planet is rocked by a pandemic. How do you go about selling your idea?
Google and YouTube announced that they will take measures to strip online content of revenue producing opportunities if they express skepticism about global warming.
An illegal alien from China has been charged with setting fire to the more than 1oo-years-old First Baptist Church Montgomery in Montgomery, Alabama.
Over half of Trump voters and 41% of Biden voters support breaking up the United States along political lines, according to a new poll from the UVA Center for Politics and Project Home Fire.
Sports fans really seem to be pushing back against the current administration as stadiums and venues return to being packed. They’re not happy with Biden and they don’t care who knows it.
The incurable incompetence, corruption, and moral rot of the Federal Bureau of Investigation was on full display last week.
In a traditional totalitarian regime, the government uses arbitrary violence to control every aspect of public and private life, all the way down to little league. In America, the government does not control everything. But today, through the power of the purse and the courts, the government influences a lot. And where the government leaves off, the cultural business complex takes over.