Critical race theory has taken hold in education, but now that it has been roundly rejected by a majority of the people, teachers unions and educrats are running away from it. First up on the show this week is Lindsey Curnutte (heritageaction.com), Press Secretary for Heritage Action for America. She looks at how the NEA seems to be washing their hands of CRT, erasing it completely from their website. She also promotes Heritage's new e-book on how to combat critical race theory, which you can find at crtbook.com.
Because of CRT and the many other Marxist theories that have been taught to children for decades, many of today's youth don't want to debate and don't seem capable of understanding history as it actually was. Anne-Christine Hoff (jarvis.edu), Professor of English at Jarvis Christian College in Texas, joins us. She discusses how ideological youth make claims they can't back up or defend and then call you a racist if you disagree with them. That is classic Marxism. She also looks at how many Christian universities haven't stepped up to address these issues.
This toxic ideology has spilled out of universities onto the street as our next guest can attest. Back with us is longtime friend of the show Dexter Van Zile (camera.org), Christian Media Analyst for CAMERA. He describes the horrible treatment he endured during a Students for Palestine rally at a university campus in Boston. There's a degradation of civility in the U.S. and a significant part of that is aimed at Jews and supporters of Israel. That campaign is in part a result of untrue narratives being perpetuated throughout the education system.
We wrap up today's show with Tara Ross (saveourstates.com), Advisor at the group Save Our States. She examines the checks and balances that keep absolute power from any one branch of government, focusing on the For the People Act, which has been shot down for now but will not go away. She also looks at 2020 election-related procedures that did not go through proper channels and egregious overreach by governors during the pandemic.
The word psyops is most often used in describing crazy conspiracy theories, but there's actually psychological warfare being conducted on U.S. soil right now – and it's not a theory. Joining us today is Dexter Van Zile (camera.org), Christian Media Analyst for CAMERA, and he describes what happened to him during a Students for Palestine rally at the University of Massachusetts campus in Boston. A few days later, a rabbi in Boston was stabbed 8 times. There's a degradation of civility in the U.S. and a significant part of that is aimed at Jews and supporters of Israel. This psychological, and at times physically violent, warfare is a result of untrue narratives being perpetuated throughout the media and in the education system.
Some topics are easy to debate – persecution, anti-Constitutional measures, even civil asset forfeiture. But other topics can be difficult to discuss because they are difficult to hear. One of those is antisemitism on the part of the Christian community. Does it happen? Here today to dissect this issue is author and commentator Olivier Melnick (newantisemitism.com). Have Christians persecuted Jews in the past because of verses in the Bible? Was it because they had a hand in killing Christ? Was it because they were Jewish or for some other reason? Olivier discusses all of this plus the history of anti-Jewish acts all the way up to today.
With all the division in this country, are we close to another Civil War or to states seceding from the Union? In this week’s boralogue, John looks at the trend away from personal freedom toward more government control. One side’s views should not be codified into law at the detriment of another side’s views. We should retain freedom and in doing so, stay united.
Wading into the secession discussion is F.H. Buckley (www.fhbuckley.com), Law Professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University, who discusses the likelihood of secession, why the Left is currently rioting, and how hypocritical the Democrat Party is being toward its constituents.
Back by popular demand is long-time friend of the show, historian and former Senior Associate at the Department of Education Dennis Cuddy (www.newswithviews.com). He looks at the inherent racism behind many progressive institutions, linking Margaret Sanger and the eugenics movement with Adolph Hitler’s evil plans. Dr. Cuddy goes on to discuss the link between Sanger and the eugenics movement here with Hitler and his more diabolical plans, and how the Illuminati factored into all of this.
Finally, this week, we welcome Ricki Hollander (www.camera.org), Senior Media Analyst at CAMERA, who examines the link between the BDS – boycott, divest, and sanctions – movement and virulent anti-semitism, giving examples of horrible insults hurled at Jews and Jewish students, both on and off campus.
Today we welcome Ricki Hollander (www.camera.org), Senior Media Analyst at CAMERA, who examines the link between the BDS – boycott, divest, and sanctions – movement and virulent anti-Semitism. The narrative that Israel has no right to exist is rampant on and outside of college campuses. Ms. Hollander gives examples of the horrible language hurled against Jews online at pro-BDS sites. The rights of Jews and Jewish students on campus are regularly being infringed.