After two decades of hearing the virtues of tolerance and diversity, American society has become increasingly intolerant, and because of that, less diverse when it comes to the ability to offer opinions in public and private discourse.
Christ has already won. It’s interesting that leftists have adopted BCE and CE in order to no longer refer to Christ. No matter, Christ still wins. In the meantime, the devil roams the earth lying and destroying. Now, after decades of canceling conservatives through a thousand tiny cuts and an occasional deep slash, the Reformers smell all that yummy human blood and are mercilessly cannibalizing their own.
In their pursuit of replacing culture with anti-culture, the spanking new 21st Century culture Reformers are going to be very busy. Rather than nailing 95 theses on a church door, they're going to tear down 950,000 monuments and place names honoring imperfect and altogether yucky colorless people and replace them I guess with the names of perfect colorful people.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Andrew Sullivan, AOC, Barack Obama, Bari Weiss, Bernie, Biden, Cancel culture, Cannibal Reformers, Cannibalism, Damon Linker, Emily VanDerWerff, Fareed Zakaria, Garry Kasparov, Garry Wills, Gary Garrels, Gloria Steinem, Harpers, Harpers letter, J.K. Rowling, Jonathan Rauch, Letty Cottin Pogrebin, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Margaret Atwood, Martin LutherKing, Matt Taibbi, Matthew Yglesias, New York Magazine, New York Times, Noam Chomsky, Randi Weingarten, Robespierre, Salman Rushdie, Steven Pinker, Theodore Parker, Todd Gitlin, Todd VanDerWerff, Twitter, Vox
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
Statues depicting prominent figures in U.S. history have been coming down across the nation. The actions of those portrayed are being reevaluated through the eyes of some who feel their past bad deeds outweigh any of the good they accomplished, with no regard given to the common mores of past centuries. Someone living four centuries ago is held up to 21st century standards.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged Abraham Lincoln, Battle of Chickamauga, Cancel culture, Charlotte Scott, Emancipation Memorial Statue, Female Re-Enactors of Distinction, Frederick Douglass, French Revolution, Great Emancipator, Hans Christian Heg, John Wilkes Booth, Marcia Cole, Russian Revolution, Ulysses Grant
The headline to this article is not sensationalistic. It is not click bait. It is truth. Shocking truth. Yes, Instagram has designated videos of live worship on the streets to be in violation of community guidelines, calling the content “harmful.” Let the outrage be felt and heard.
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Tagged Big Tech, Big Tech censorship, Cancel culture, freedom of speech, Google, Instagram, Josh Hawley, Prager U, Religious Liberty, Sean Feucht, YouTube