Outlawing Critical Race Theory and other "divisive concepts" in the education system is a welcome step, but it doesn't address the much bigger problem underneath. "Divisive" doesn't necessarily mean "bad", intellectually-speaking: Galileo and Darwin were divisive; debates divide at the end to discover the result. For sixty years, academics have
Whenever anyone claims they are offering the "correct" perspective of the facts in a political context, you should be highly suspicious. Cynical, even. Aspiring to the "correct" version or opinion is something the Communist Party of China and their fans in Academia require and mandate you to do. "Fact checking"
That Hollywood sees itself as a vehicle for social engineering is no secret. Whether it's the countless pro-America military extravaganzas (Top Gun, anyone?) or the mockery of it (Team America: World Police) or the ever-pervasive America Saves The World Again schema, the perception of Tinseltown as an engine for manipulating
The notable increase of globalism in the 1990s, particularly the Internet age, has yielded a realignment of our politics in the Western world to a re-emergent paradigm of individualism vs. collectivism. Not since the Industrial Revolution and its Communist Manifesto has there been such a pronounced dynamic of the people
Children lie dead. Barely hours after the mass murder of 49 people, interest groups from all ends of the spectrum claim the latest appalling slaughter is confirmation of their existing beliefs. Everyone generates a simple low-resolution explanation to use for their own purposes. We all know what comes next: arguments
Broadly-speaking, most people tend to find the concept of “political correctness” plain annoying. For others, it is an undemocratic, totalitarian overreach by a cabal of coordinated left-wing nutjob academics who want to turn the world into a giant adult playpen (“fascism pretending to be manners”). For the rationally-minded, however, something