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Tag Archives: Social justice
by Jerry Newcombe I recently preached a sermon on the subject of stealing in our church’s series on the Ten Commandments. And one of the points I made is that socialism is a form of theft. I mentioned the slogan … Continue reading →
The “Times will now focus on another hoax, the hoax that Trump is racist.” Fasten your seat belts folks, and read on: by John Nolte New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet accidentally admitted to the whole wide world that … Continue reading →
by Ben Kew The AfroFuture music festival in Detroit is charging white people double the price for a ticket compared with people of color, in a move they claim will ensure marginalized groups are given “equitable chance at enjoying events … Continue reading →
by Michelle Malkin As a right-wing alumna of far-left Oberlin College, I have four words for the administration in response to last week’s ground-breaking $11 million jury verdict in the defaming of humble Gibson’s Bakery: You had it coming. … Continue reading →
A Good Start by James Howard Kunstler – Reprinted with permission from Kunstler.com. Campus Wokesters with boundary problems got “woke” for real on Thursday when an Ohio jury laid an additional $33-million for punitive damages on top of $11-million in … Continue reading →
I posted this a little over two years ago but people from different circles keep sending me this graphic so I thought it was worth posting again.
August 23, 2013 by Dr. Richard Swier z WDW – FL did a column on the use of Multiple Intelligence Surveys (MIS) in Florida public schools. Many parents are concerned these surveys ask questions that are private and personal in nature … Continue reading →