Most schools are actively indoctrinating our children with falsehoods about all kinds of things. These falsehoods range from sexuality to racism to economics to our nation’s founding, even to math and science and medicine and the environment.
Posted in CRT/Racism/BLM, Education, Faith, Marriage/Family/Culture, Sexuality
Tagged American University, antiracist, Antiracist Research and Policy Center, BIPOC, Black Lives Matter, BLM, Boston University, Center for Antiracist Research, children, Decline of the Diversity Industry?, DEI, education, George Floyd, George Zimmerman, Henry Rogers, How to Be an Antiracist, Ibram X. Kendi, Jack Dorsey, Kendi, LGBT, Martin Luther King, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Parents, racism, racist, Robin DeAngelo, sophist, Stamped from the Beginning, Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Teachers, Trayvon Martin, Twitter, White Fragility
Reports from women experiencing menstruation changes following receiving the vaccine are growing. In the United Kingdom, there have now been over 30,000 women reporting changes to their menstrual cycles. These changes include extreme bleeding, pain, and skipping cycles. As reports spread through the U.K. and the U.S., some young women are concerned that the vaccines could affect their reproductive ability.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Boston University, CDC, Center for Disease Control, COVID vaccine, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Harvard Medical School, Jodi O’Malley, Johns Hopkins University, Michigan State University, National Institute of Health, Nicki Minaj, Office of Research on Women’s Health, Oregon Health and Science University, Project Veritas, Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, VAERS
The Michigan State University administration pressured professor Stephen Hsu to resign from his position as vice president of research and innovation because he touted research that found police are not more likely to shoot black Americans. The study found: "The race of a police officer did not predict the race of the citizen shot. In other words, black officers were just as likely to shoot black citizens as white officers were." For political reasons, the authors of the study sought its retraction.
Posted in Education
Tagged abolition of whiteness, Ajax Peris, Americans, Boston University, Brown v. Board of Education, Cancel culture, Chronicle of Higher Education, CNN, college campuses, Don Lemon, education, Galileo Galilei, George Orwell, higher education, J. William Fulbright, Martin Luther King Jr., Michigan State University, race, racism, Stephen Hsu, Steven Clifford, u.s. department of education, University of Arkansas, Walter Williams, William S. Penn