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fighting wokeism can unite GOP

Fighting liberal ‘wokeism’ can unite fractured GOP

Few topics highlight the differences between the GOP and Democrats more than the hot-button issue of liberal “wokeism.” In fact, the two parties can barely agree on what the term even means. Being woke, a concept that gained popularity in the early days of the Black Lives Matter movement, was originally used to describe people…

The College Board announced a revision of its AP African American Studies course following ban by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

College Board revises African American Studies course after Florida ban

The College Board, an organization responsible for Advanced Placement (AP) courses, has announced a revised version of a course on African American Studies after Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis banned it from the state, calling it “woke indoctrination.” “Who would say that an important part of Black history is queer theory? That is someone pushing an…

A bill to stop hate propaganda criminalizes free speech

A bill to stop hate propaganda criminalizes free speech

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee’s (D-TX) anti-white supremacy bill aims to “prevent and prosecute white supremacy inspired hate crime.” It would apply to any situation where white supremacy ideology motivated the planning, development, and carrying out of an act that would be considered a hate crime. The controversial bill would also give the Justice Department authority to investigate and…

Jan. 6 defendants have requested they be transferred to Guantanamo Bay, illustrating their sense of privilege as well as their ignorance.

Jan. 6 defendants requesting Guantanamo Bay are absolute fools

Jan. 6 defendants have requested a transfer to the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay if conditions don’t improve in their Washington, D.C. jail. Along with claiming they have been physically harassed and assaulted by guards, the detainees wrote in a seven-page handwritten letter that they have been presented with critical race theory “propaganda,” “re-education propaganda” and…

Conservatives come in all shapes and sizes these days but Liberals are now different. The major U.S. political parties are in flux.

Wavering conservative principles show a party in flux

With only a few weeks remaining until the Nov. 8 midterm election, liberals and conservatives are gearing up to cast their votes. Polls indicate America is more divided than at any point in the last 40 years with few areas overlapping on major issues. Straight Arrow News contributor Ruben Navarrette argues that there are even…

Parental rights in schools

Parents should control what our kids learn in school

One of the many polarizing issues that has gotten particularly heated in the past few years is the debate over who should control what our kids learn in school. Many liberals believe schools should expose students to issues like critical race theory, mental health and gender identity. Many conservatives believe those topics should be off…

Jordan Reid explains how Florida's textbook ban will hurt our kids

DeSantis’ textbook ban and SEL position will hurt our kids

The Florida Department of Education recently banned fifty-four math books due to what the state calls “prohibited topics” including critical race theory and social-emotional learning. While Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) praised the ban, opponents claim the policy will cause great harm. Straight Arrow News contributor Jordan Reid argues that targeting SEL in schools will negatively…

The National Center for Education Statistics reported a 3-percent dip in students enrolled in public schools nationwide in 2019-20.

Can public school enrollment rebound from pandemic, curriculum culture clash?

More public schools across the U.S. have empty hallways and classrooms. In 2021, the National Center for Education Statistics reported a 3-percent dip in the estimated 51.1 million students enrolled in public schools nationwide in 2019-20.  The pandemic is not the lone cause of public education enrollment While most would blame the pandemic for declining…

Body cameras for teachers? Let educators do their jobs without censorship.

We rely on doctors when we need medical attention. We count on plumbers to fix a leak. So why don’t we do the same for our teachers? They go to school for years to earn degrees in education. They study curriculum, child development, and teaching strategies. Yet, many people think they know better and are…

The time for parental choice in American education is now

It’s no secret that the present-day United States of America is bitterly divided. I’m not just talking about differing political views but also ideological beliefs. The hyper-partisanship in Washington only serves to reinforce what many Americans already feel: that the schism between conservatives and liberals has widened too much. From government spending to cancel culture…

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