We can’t ignore the context in which the book ‘Forget the Alamo’ was conceived: the massive push to define history, and all of us, by the color of our skin.
The most influential testing companies have become active and overtly biased participants in today’s most heated controversies.
From the start, the CCP’s history was written in blood — from purges and power struggles to policies that inflicted immense suffering on China’s people.
Approaching history with condescending arrogance, as the woke movement does, merely highlights the smallness of the examiners.
By ‘woke-washing’ history, California’s Ethnic Studies curriculum exerts ideological pressure while also coercing ideological compliance out of teachers.
At its heart, ‘Amend’ amounts to a well-produced, well-acted, and well-expounded helping of propaganda for the ongoing war on language and history.
Forty years ago, as my children’s book collection proves, grade-school history pedagogy offered a diverse and inclusive narrative about our national past.
An impressive array of academics signed a letter to the Pulitzer Prize Board calling for it to revoke the prize it ceremoniously awarded to Nikole Hannah-Jones for the New York Times’ 1619 Project.
It is our job to keep this republic. If it fails for lack of effort, we will have ourselves to blame as much as those leftists actively trying to tear it down with the 1619 Project.
While conservatives might delight as the left devours its own, they must take seriously the assault on America’s foundations. The very ‘American idea’ is at stake.
Rarely if ever in the many millennia of human civilization has there been a people group who has not committed some atrocity. American Indians are no exception.
School systems across the country are adopting BLM curriculum at at alarming rate, indoctrinating our children to achieve Marxist objectives.
What does any of this have to do with healing our nation? The answer is, ‘nothing.’ And that’s the point.
Despite the retractions, disparagement from legitimate historians, and ignored fact-checkers, the 1619 Project now boasts the industry’s most respected award.
The 1619 Project’s flagship essay has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize, despite the fact that it underwent a major correction and has been criticized as revisionist history by leading historians.
America was founded in 1776 on the idea that ‘all men are created equal,’ the principle that led to slavery abolition and created the freest nation on Earth.
In academia, including teacher education, an illiberal secular fundamentalism severs connections between schools and religion, morality, and knowledge.
Malcolm Gladwell serves up a self-serving, near-socialist diatribe with a picture of a lush, manicured private Los Angeles golf course enclosed by a chain-link fence.
Here are the top five moments in history that could be revised with a progressive philosophy. Trigger warning: History.
Many of today’s gay-rights activists are accusing their courageous progenitors of exactly the kind of weakness and passivity that the actions of Stonewall belied.
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