Public Schools Propaganda – Biden’s Bad Run
Anti-White Propaganda Floods Public Schools
One day after the Derek Chauvin trial came to a close, Philadelphia Public Schools introduced new curriculum for kindergarteners that tells them George Floyd was “killed by a police officer, and that the United States is built on a “pyramid of hate” culminating in “genocide.”
I’m a Former Teacher. Here’s How Your Children Are Getting Indoctrinated by Leftist Ideology.
It isn’t just a matter of actively teaching that America and the West are evil. Suppression of “wrongthink” is equally as important to the brainwashing process.
The young adults who today gleefully tear down statues of the Founding Fathers were incubated in our very own schools.
Ronda Baldwin Kennedy
People ask me, “Why am I running for Congress?”
It’s because I want my children to grow up in a free country with the protections of our Constitution. I want MLK’s dream to be their reality. I’m a mother of six, including 8-year-old triplets. I’m fighting for their future and the future of all families in CA26. I’m here with you, I live and work in CA26. Your future is my future. We are in this together!
Biden’s Bad Run
Below is my column in the Hill on the growing number of losses by the Biden Administration in courts around the country, including a particularly embarrassing loss before the United States Supreme Court. What is notable is that such losses in the early days of the Trump Administration led to coverage declaring a war on the “rule of law” and even indications of authoritarianism.
The Biden losses have received little coverage despite what could be a worst record in the early days of his Administration. The fact is that such adverse decisions are not uncommon as Administrations try to fast track changes. However, the Biden Administration has actually had some very serious losses, including some which are being appealed.
Secession Growing In Popularity Since The 2020 Election
A striking new poll from Bright Line Watch and YouGov found that 37% of respondents wanted their state to secede from America. Pollsters asked participants if they were open to their state leaving the Union and forming a new government with other states from their respective regions, such as the Pacific, Mountains, Heartland, South, and Northeast.
In each region, the majority ideological leaning preferred secession. For example, in the Northeast and Pacific areas, more Democrats favored secession, while in the South and Mountains, Republicans wanted secession. And in the Heartland, which has an even mix of liberals and conservatives, Independents ranked highest in their will to leave the U.S. The survey acknowledged that answers reflect initial reactions to the current state of affairs and the radical nature of secession. Yet support for separation has grown in the past months, particularly among Southern Republicans.
Jason Kenney thinks the future of conservatism isn’t just about ‘laissez-faire’ capitalism
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney believes the future of conservatism lies in parties like Canada’s Tories moving away from promoting laissez-faire capitalism and instead embracing the growing “reform conservatism” movement in the U.S., which sees a role for government in addressing the challenges of people who have failed to get ahead even as the economy grows.Share on Facebook Tweet about this