Oregon spent $78,000 on their 2020 and 2021 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion conference. Speakers were paid between $1,000 and $5,000 for presenting on race and equity.
DiAngelo was funneled $12,000 in taxpayer dollars by Ohio State University to lecture on white privilege, while contractually concealing her work and avoiding dialogue.
College Board included a section in its current Advanced Placement U.S. government practice test that requires students to condemn voter ID laws as racially biased.
The University of Pittsburgh is hosting a critical race theory conference in late July, while concealing its related financial activities thanks to an uncommon state open records law.
Multiple Indiana government agencies are involved in the conference pushing critical race theory, including state-funded universities. Nearly all state Republican leaders refused to comment.
Chacko’s Family Bowling Center, destroyed in a flood in 1972, has remained resilient throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. The Barstool Fund lent a hand.
The district has contracted for four years with an influential New York consulting group that could get millions of dollars to push the racist ideology.
The Marymount School of New York — an all-girl Catholic prep school for K-12 — hosted an LGBTQ+ week to indoctrinate students with leftist gender theory.
Judges who obtained their positions by fraud, according to an indictment, have denied the Trump campaign’s ballot-watchers access, providing crucial unsupervised time to Democrat vote counters.
Edward-Isaac Dovere’s false accusation and question join a growing list of recent breakdowns in journalistic standards at the once-storied Atlantic.
So what exactly did The Atlantic and its legions of friends do wrong here, and why can’t we believe its claims about President Trump’s fallen soldier comments on its face?
Four days, six comment requests, and one follow-up story later, The Atlantic issued a series of major corrections that confirmed The Federalist’s investigation.
The Federalist reached out to Atlantic Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg, bringing the investigation, the author’s claim, and his editor’s silence to his attention. Goldberg has yet to respond.
In a newly released Project Veritas video, footage reveals ABC Correspondent David Wright admitting the network doesn’t care about news, but just outrage.
How the QAnon internet hoax sowed lies, spread chaos and conspiracy theories, and profited off its surprisingly large following.
A former FBI agent who served as one of Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s top intelligence committee staffers is rumored to be the man currently directing efforts to defend an unverified dossier peddled by Fusion GPS and Christopher Steele.
The state of California is fine with undercover sting videos when investigators use them expose cruelties done to animals, but not pre-born babies.
The media are not producing good stories about the organization behind anti-Trump protests because they think “organization” is a conspiracy theory.
Thanks to ‘Serial,’ we may never really know what happened with Bowe Bergdahl’s case. And what we do know now says he’s a traitor, not a sympathetic victim.
Politico finally decided to act like a real news organization by sticking it to the Clinton family with these remarkably tough questions.
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