Category Archives: Critical Race Theory

Ep. 69: Trump v. Twitter; Memesmith Wins; NSA; Joy Reid; CRT & MORE! Viva & Barnes LIVE!

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School board tyranny & critical race theory

Remember the man who told off the Pennsbury School Board? His name is Simon Campbell. The original post (Free Speech in action!) is linked below. Mr. Campbell now has a YouTube channel, and his aim is to be, as he … Continue reading

Posted in 1st Amendment, Censorship, Critical Race Theory, Free Speech, Government | 4 Comments

Speaking of infrastructure . . . the “racist” highway system

Sixty-five years ago today, President Eisenhower signed act creating Interstate Highway System, called largest public works project in history: pic.twitter.com/LITD1X86HJ — Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) June 29, 2021 Pete Buttigieg, April Ryan, A.O.C. and others say that highways are racist.?.?!! Specifically, … Continue reading

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Free Speech in action!

It took a man who was born in England named Simon Campbell to point out to the local school board that free speech must be allowed in public meetings and that any attempt to censor such speech is unconstitutional. Levittown … Continue reading

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Today’s video pick – Stories of Us: Roxanne Beckford Hoge

From PragerU.

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Ep. 66: Father’s Day Special! Viva & Barnes LIVE!

Project Veritas v. NYT; Undercover reporting in appeal; FBI informants on Jan. 6; SCOTUS Obamacare & religious adoption; Texas bans CRT; Twitter colluding with state? AND MORE!

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Mom in Carmel NY fights back against teaching critical race theory

They tried to shut her up, but this mom spoke calmly and truthfully, saying what needed to be said. As she pointed out, they work for her; she doesn’t work for them.

Posted in Critical Race Theory, Current Events, Education, The Culture | 5 Comments