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
Perhaps you missed the story about a Naperville, Illinois elementary school where third-grade teacher, Nicholas Cosme, a 25-year-old man who “paints his nails like a woman does—and is teaching eight-year-old boys” in his class at Elmwood Elementary School to do likewise... And to top it off, he read to his young students the picture book My Shadow is Pink, in which “a young boy who likes to wear dresses inspires his father to also wear a dress.”
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Tagged C.S. Lewis, Catholic, cross-dressing, Destiney Washington, Elmwood Elementary School, gender identity crisis, genetic sexual attraction, Glenn Singleton, grooming, Ibram X. Kendi, ichard J Kinsella Magnet School, Kathleen Cataford, Kimberlé Crenshaw, Kink, Leslie Torres-Rodriguez, Maria Perez, Muslim, My Shadow is Pink, Nicholas Cosme, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Paterson Elementary School, polyamory, pronouns, Robin DiAngelo, Wendell Perez, Zoophilia
Nikole Hannah-Jones is the New York Times Magazine reporter who wrote the 1619 Project which is being used in many schools across the country. The 1619 Project postulates that America began in 1619, when the first black slaves were brought here—not 1776, when the founders declared independence.
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Tagged "The Annals of America", 1619 Project, Avalong Project, Bob Woodson, Carol Swain, Fox News, Gary Bauer, Nikole Hannah-Jones, racism, Ronald Reagan, Slavery, Yale University
Americans educated by government today are, for the most part, hopelessly ignorant of their own nation’s history—and that’s no accident. They’re beyond ignorant when it comes to civics, too. On the history of the rest of the world, or the history of communism, Americans are generally clueless as well. This was all by design, of course.
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Tagged 1619 Projec, Aaron Sargent, Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, Alexis de Tocqueville, Chinese Communist Party, Communist Party, George Orwell, Howard Zinn, John Dewey, Mao's Cultural Revolution, Marion Smith, Mary Grabar, Murray Bessette, Nation's Report Card, National Endowment for the Humanities, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Norman Dodd, Outline Political History of the Americas, patriotic education, Pulitzer Prize, Reece Committee, The New York Times, u.s. department of education, Walter Duranty, William Z. Foster
It’s a curious phenomenon that racists rarely see their own racism—the plank in their own eyes. That was true during the long, torturous days of slavery. It was true during the long torturous days of Jim Crow laws. It was true during the Civil Rights Movement. And it’s true now. No, it’s not conservatives who are spreading racism while remaining blithely blind to it. It’s Ta-Nehisi Coates, Robin DiAngelo, Nikole Hannah-Jones, and BLM who are spreading racism like manure throughout our cultural system. And it’s racist Ibram X. Kendi who sees himself as “anti-racist” and wrote,
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Tagged Anthony Esolen, Black Lives Matter, Critical Race Theory, Derrick Bell, Ibram X. Kendi, Jim Wallis, Nathan Cartagena, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Robin DiAngelo, Sojourners, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Thomas Sowell, Tommy Curry, Voddie Baucham, Wheaton College
The dust that racist bullies tried to kick in the face of the honorable U.S. Senator Tim Scott for his crime of delivering a far superior speech in response to Biden’s lackluster recitation before a sparsely attended joint session of Congress has not quite settled.
In addition to delivering a poignant, inspiring speech, Sen. Scott committed the crime of rejecting the dogma spewed by leftists who detest tolerance, inclusivity, and free-thinking—especially from blacks whom they desperately need to keep chained to the Democrat Party.
In order to malign Sen. Scott, MSNBC’s oft-deceitful Joy Reid had to misrepresent what he said. …
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture, Media Watch
Tagged Black Lives Matter, CNN, Democrat Party, Joe Biden, Joy Reid, Kamala Harris, KKK, Miguel Cardona, Mitch McConnell, MSNBC, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Planned Parenthood, The 1619 Project, Tiffany Cross, Tim Scott, Uncle Tim, Walt Blackman
I hate to be the bearer of bad tidings to hardworking Illinoisans—which, by definition, excludes members of the Chicago Teachers’ Union—but there’s more news on the education front. Lefty swamp creatures in Springfield wallowing in their own presumptuousness and power have yet more changes in store for the unfortunate Illinois school children who haven’t yet been freed from the re-education camps that self-identify as schools.
The newest offenses from Springfield are buried in the thousands of words of a new bill just signed into law by Governor J. B. Pritzker on Monday March 8, 2021.
The first offense is providing …
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Tagged 1619 Project, Black History Month, BLM, Carol Swain, Chicago Freedom Schools, Critical Race Theory, Illinois State Board of Education, J.B. Pritzker, John McWhorter, Moments of Justice: Unmasking Our Ancestral Gifts, New York Times, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Shelby Steele, Thomas Sowell, Tony Alverado-Rivera
This is how it's going down, my friends—the eradication of speech rights for conservatives, that is. The stage was set years ago when "hate speech" laws were passed.
The Left argues that any rhetoric that is or may be in any distant way at any time related to acts of violence should be banned. So, if I say that volitional homosexual acts and relationships are abhorrent to God as Scripture teaches, and a lone, crazed, alienated, Godless sociopath or a few hundred alienated fatherless, Godless anarchists—people who may or may not have read my words—commit acts of violence against homosexuals—my words should be banned....
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Tagged Abortion, AOC, Big Tech, BLM, BLM riots, Christians, Democrat Party, Donald Trump, election, Facebook, Forbes Magazine, Free Speech, hate speech, Hillary Clinton, Kamala Harris, Kayleigh McEnany, Kellyanne Conway, Leah Torres, Leftists, Lila Rose, Nancy Pelosi, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Parler, Randall Lane, Russian collusion, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Scripture, Sean Spicer, Stephanie Grisham, The Left, Twitter, YouTube
Here’s a story of actual racial injustice that happened in a liberal North Shore school district: District 113. As you read this, imagine if the Hispanic community in Highland Park and Highwood, Illinois had known this story as it was taking place.
In 2007, District 113, which is composed of Deerfield and Highland Park High Schools, received a federal grant of thousands of dollars because Highland Park High School (HPHS) had failed to make “Adequate Yearly Progress” (AYP). AYP is a tool for measuring how well a district’s students perform on standardized tests under the controversial No Child Left Behind …
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Tagged 1619 Project, Adequate Yearly Progress, Al Sharpton, Competitive Enterprise Institute, Critical Race Theory, Daniel Bergner, Deerfield High Schools, Glenn Singleton, Hans Bader, Highland Park Country Club, Highland Park High School, Institutional racism, Malik Pemberton, Nikole Hannah-Jones, No Child Left Behind Act, North Shore Country Club, Robin DiAngelo, School District 113, The New York Times Magazine, White Fragility, White Privilege, whiteness
On Thursday, Sept. 17, President Donald Trump signed a proclamation extolling our country’s virtues and praising our Founding Fathers for their courage, wisdom, insight and sacrifice as they crafted a Constitution that would guard and guarantee life and liberty for all United States citizens.
In his corresponding speech, the president announced his intention to establish a “1776 Commission” aimed at encouraging our nation’s public schools to teach the historical facts of our nation’s founding.
In the early morning hours of August 9th, looters ransacked stores along Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. Known for its high-end retail shops, the 13-block stretch along North Michigan Avenue filled with people quickly descending into chaos and overwhelming the Chicago Police Department (CPD).
Early reports claimed the rioting and protests were in response to police shooting and killing a child Sunday afternoon in the Englewood neighborhood. That was quickly proven false when police reported the actual incident involved a shootout with a 20-year-old man who was wounded, but not fatally, and had fired first at officers in an hours-long standoff.
Posted in Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged 1619 Project, Ariel Atkins, Black Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter Chicago, Chicago Police Department, Chicago Sun-Times, Christine Amanpour, David Brown, Donald Trump, Englewood, Looting, Lori Lightfoot, Magnificent Mile, Mary Mitchell, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Rioting, Ronald McDonald House, The New York Times
The 1619 Project has been controversial since its publication by the New York Times a year ago. While many on the left have praised it, with Oprah Winfrey even announcing plans to adapt the project into a television series, historians and those on the right have noted errors and call the collection of essays and poems revisionist history. Now, U.S. Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) has proposed a bill seeking to ban public schools from teaching it as part of their curriculum.
While the project acknowledges the founding of the United States as taking place in 1776, it seeks “to reframe …
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Tagged HB 4954, history curriculum, Illinois State Board of Education, Jordan Cohen, La Shawn Ford, New York Time, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Oprah Winfrey, Pulitzer Prize, Saving American History Act of 2020, The 1619 Project, Tom Cotton
Before you read this, you might want to have a fire extinguisher at the ready, because this news just may light your hair on fire. State Representative La Shawn K. Ford (D-Chicago) held a press conference on Sunday in which he called for all Illinois schools to cease teaching history because he’s “Concerned that current school history teaching leads to white privilege and a racist society.” In a press release titled in part “Call for the Abolishment of History Classes in Illinois Schools,” Ford proclaimed from his high horse,...
Posted in Education, Illinois Politics
Tagged 1619 Project, Abolish History, Abolishment, America, Black, Black Lives Matter, Chicago, Color, George Orwell, History, Illinois, Illinois schools, International Slave Trade, Jewis, John McWhorter, La Shawn K. Ford, LGBTQ, Meleika Gardner, New York Times, Nikole Hannah-Jones, Robin Rue Simmons, Shelby Steele, Thomas Sowell, Windy City Times, Xavier Joy
The ideology of Black Lives Matter (BLM) and other “social justice” organizations teaches that all whites are racist oppressors, thereby justifying verbal attacks on people who are deemed inveterate racists and justifying riots to destroy everything that has emerged from an allegedly irremediable racist system. In promoting an explicitly racist ideology, BLM and other “social justice” organizations institutionalize racism, the fruits of which we are still suffering.
Posted in Faith, Marriage/Family/Culture
Tagged 1619 Project, America, Black Lives Matter, BLM, Dan Cathy, Glenn Singleton, Howard Zinn, Kyle Smith, Nikole Hannah-Jones, oppressed, Peggy McIntosh, Police, racist, riots, Robin DiAngelo, Shaun King, victims