To reinforce the principles that strengthen our military, the Trump administration should vigorously enforce prohibitions on critical race theory programs.
Rather than serve help heal the nation, critical race theory has proven to be poisonous to liberty, true community, and our common humanity.
Leftists are outing themselves as racists complicit in perpetuating systems of oppression. Maybe it’s time we started believing them.
The Trump administration announced it would prohibit federal agencies from subjecting staff to “critical race theory” or “white privilege” seminars.
If people are only racist or ‘antiracist,’ your ideology is easy to enforce after a certain point of proliferation because people believe it’s bad for business to be on the side of alleged racism.
Hawley noted that some ideas asserted by scholars as unique to white culture included “‘Self-Reliance,’ ‘The Nuclear Family,’ ‘Objective, racial linear thinking,’ and ‘Hard work is the key to success.'”
Legions of ‘trainers’ holding up ‘White Fragility’ are indoctrinating government agencies, corporate workforces, and schools. People subjected to it may have good grounds for a lawsuit.
Sooner or later you’re going to encounter these anti-American ideas about addressing racism in your workplace, on kids’ homework, or in the faculty lounge – and you can’t be fragile when confronting it.
Telling white people they’re racist is turning out to be a lucrative business.
White fragility theory is counterproductive and divisive. White teachers should not be discounted, bullied, or shut down during anti-bias trainings in schools.
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