Critical Theory

Using social media and some basic rules to comment on this blog

A recent interview that Jordan Peterson conducted with Dr. Jean Twenge, an eminent social psychologist, as well as a recent article by a Patheos colleague and an eminent theologian, Roger Olsen, compelled me to establish some rules of basis for commenting on this blog. While I’m a huge advocate for …

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Mississippi governor offers funding to arm teachers and fight divisive ideologies with a patriotic agenda

The Mississippi governor has offered funding to arm public school teachers and staff, as well as to establish a patriotic education program to combat divisive ideologies. Additionally, Governor Tate Reeves, a Republican, has proposed a Parental Rights Bill. In his 2024 Executive Budget Recommendation (pdf), Reeves suggested allocating $5 million …

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We need the Coastal Commission to approve the water project – Monterey Herald

In the mid-1990s, state water authorities imposed a limit on the daily water allowed to be pumped from the Carmel River, the main water source for the Monterey Peninsula. The result was over 25 years of uncertainty for the peninsula as water demand continued to rise without an adequate supply. …

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How often are US officials threatened or harassed?

Comment this story Comment This week, as midterm votes are counted, few observers would be surprised if someone attacked election officials. As many have observed, threats and harassment against elected officials and their families have increased dramatically in recent years, including the recent violent attack on Paul Pelosi, husband of …

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Book review: What the reviewer thunder said; Lessons from the past

Terry Eagleton, in the book in question, wrote about five British critics of the last century who together revolutionized the reading of English literature before the so-called theoretical revolution took hold from the years 1960. These criticisms have now been forgotten in academia. Eagleton wishes in his book to recall …

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UTSA Academy of Distinguished Researchers Inducts AI Thought Leader | UTSA today | UTSA

Akopian and Kudithipudi worked together to establish a research collaboration with the United States Army Research Laboratory and submitted a proposal from the National Science Foundation’s AI Institute. During these discussions, Akopian drew on Kudithipudi’s understanding of neuroscience theory, computational modeling, neuromorphic engineering and emergent device physics, and AI models …

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Climate change; left/right balance – Longmont Times-Call

Colorado must phase out oil and gas The recent two-year anniversary of the Calwood Fire, the largest wildfire in Boulder County history, is a reminder of its devastation. Clearly, Colorado’s wildfires are getting bigger and faster, with the 20 worst wildfires all occurring since 2000. Historically, fires have dwindled and …

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Full Field of Irvine Mayoral Candidates – Orange County Register

In the race for Irvine’s next mayor, five candidates from diverse professional backgrounds are vying for the seat to represent the city for the next two years. Incumbent Farrah Khan, who was serving a first term on city council when she was elected mayor in 2020, is running for a …

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The Igor Zabel Prize for Culture and Theory 2022 is awarded to Bojana Pejić – Announcements

Bojan Pejić, art historian, art writer and curator, is named the winner of this year’s Igor Zabel Prize. The 2022 Igor Zabel Prize grants are awarded to Oksana Briukhovetska, Alina Șerban and Antonina Stebur. The Igor Zabel Prize for Culture and Theory recognizes the outstanding achievements of cultural workers whose …

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Fairfax school board trades resolution on ‘truthful education’ tied to critical race theory

JThe Fairfax County School Board in Virginia on Thursday dropped a resolution affirming its support for “truthful education” tied to aspects of critical race theory and instead endorsed a watered-down version that supporters said was “less conflicting”. The board was to vote on the controversial “Truthful Education in FCPS: Support …

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JD Vance pretends to be outraged after Tim Ryan calls him out for pushing racist conspiracy theory

“The conspiracy theory, which has found a home on the periphery of the far right, basically states that a cabal of Jewish-led liberals is trying to take power by replacing white voters with non-whites by all necessary means, including immigration and interracial marriage,” NBC News reported. But if I can …

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Lakewood CARES seeks to control our school district – The Suburban Times

Submitted by Cheri Arkell. John Arbeeny recently published a letter explaining the “what” and “who” of Lakewood CARES, a nonpartisan 501c4 nonprofit organization in our community interested in controlling education in public schools. Mr. Arbeeny’s letter was written in a defensive tone as he called those who had never attended …

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A fired substitute teacher in Georgia seems totally shocked to see the consequences of her actions

For context, McAllister Elementary School in Savannah, Georgia, area originally included everyone is welcome in a storytime program at school. This would involve an adult reading the book aloud to the students. Barr, whose children attended the school, told the National exam in an interview that she believes the images …

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WAU trusts Gen3 despite ‘conspiracy theories’

Triple Eight led the development of the new car, not only as General Motors’ homologation team, but as an engineering partner with Supercars. T8 boss Jamie Whincup said in August that his team had done 90% of Gen3 development, while Dick Johnson Racing was responsible for 5%, with the Ford …

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The architect of the soft-power theory gives his opinion on “Talking about foreign affairs”

Perth, Australia, October 05, 2022 –(PR.com)– Professor Joseph Nye, famous pioneer of ‘Soft Power’ theory, was a recent guest on ‘Talking Foreign Affairs’ with Adil Cader. The two discuss Professor Nye’s new book, “Do Morals Matter: Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump”, and aspects of soft power relevant …

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Letter: Where is the leadership? – Albert Lea Tribun

Letter: Where is the leadership? Posted at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, September 30, 2022 I’m frustrated! President Trump seems like a one-man team to cheer on the next generation of Republican candidates. Republican Party leaders are MIA providing no leadership. I’m sick of half-hearted defenses and excuses. I want offense! …

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How to end a fraternal evening

Look, I have a healthy distrust of law enforcement as much as the next leftist political science student. To prove it, I tattooed ACAB on the knuckles of both my hands. And FUCKP OLICE tattooed on my toes. For real: The Vancouver Police Department is already taking 20% ​​of the …

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The creators of Big Bang Theory are open to a revival

The Big Bang Theory co-creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady discuss the possibility of a revival while discussing the sitcom’s 15th anniversary. The Big Bang Theory co-creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady have revealed their thoughts on possibly reviving the CBS sitcom. During an interview with Entertainment Weekly for the …

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Reader’s View: Critical race theory used to stoke fears – Reuters

The author of the September 14 letter, “Focus on the basics to improve school test scores,” may want to heed that same advice. It is quite obvious that all the rage around critical race theory is largely misguided and misinformed; generally, those who shout the loudest have little ability to …

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School board candidates low on the ballot, not low priority

Last year, when rowdy crowds regularly protested school board meetings in the Phoenix metro, it looked like elections for those seats would be filled with drama. Or at least a ton of challengers. Many feared then that partisan causes would flood nonpartisan school board races and that national rhetoric about …

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Brookings Registry | SD social studies hearings pit teachers against Noem

SIOUX FALLS, AP — South Dakota teachers and school administrators on Monday voiced overwhelming opposition to Gov. Kristi Noem’s proposed standards for social studies in public schools, saying the proposal subjects them to expanding criteria and unwieldy to cover in classrooms but failed to teach students to think analytically about …

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Book sheds light on racial bias in courts | News, Sports, Jobs

M. L. Berg, Minot One of the main tenets of critical race theory is that racism is embedded in the fabric of American society and its institutions. It is surely a truism. If not, why was federal legislation necessary to guarantee the civil rights of minorities in areas …

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Democrats block Texas Sen. Ted Cruz’s candidacy for more cops and counselors in schools

WASHINGTON — Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, on Wednesday sought to push through a plan to direct billions of federal dollars toward more police officers and mental health counselors in schools nationwide, but was blocked by Democrats who criticized his decision as grandstanding rather than a serious effort. Cruz rose in …

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Longtime former Republican, now Democrat, and candidate for San Francisco City College Board of Trustees, in Hot Water Over Tweet Opposing Critical Race Theory

A November election candidate for the City College of San Francisco board of trustees posted controversial opinions condemning critical race theory, often referred to as CRT, in a since-deleted tweet. The revelation on Twitter of an earlier comment by board candidate Marie Hurabiell is now prompting a Democratic club in …

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Greenwich official just a foot soldier

Recently, a vice principal in Greenwich, Connecticut was filmed admitting that he only hires progressive teachers. He explained that he will not hire rigid Catholics, nor older teachers who are too set in their ways, to fulfill his mission of progressive teaching. In Greenwich, he’s probably an outlier. I should …

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School Districts Become Less Inclusive: What Next? – Trinitonian

The Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District (GCISD) in North Texas is notorious for several things: racist jokes against Hispanic students, the firing of their first black principal, and the recent enactment of a policy prohibiting any discussion of sexuality, pronouns, gender identity and racial discrimination, including the role of slavery in …

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The Beautiful Game Theory – using math to resolve human conflict

BY GARETH WILLMER The mathematics of game theory is used to predict outcomes in conflict situations. Now it is adapted thanks to big data to solve very controversial problems between people and the environment. Game theory is a mathematical concept that aims to predict outcomes and solutions to a problem …

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With superconducting diodes, researchers advance work towards ultra-efficient quantum electronic devices

Originally, the concept of a superconducting diode was predicted with an external magnetic field, which has some fundamental limitations. In the new experiments at Brown, Li’s team created an extremely powerful diode effect without a magnetic field. When turning on an electric current in one direction, the system almost immediately …

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Marvel Theory – Captain America: New World Order is a multiverse movie that will bring back Chris Evans as a variant of Steve Rogers

The Marvel Cinematic Universe is now set to welcome a new Captain America in its fourth film, Captain America: New World Order and fans have been eagerly waiting to see a new look since he appeared in the uniform of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Captain America 4 was …

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University orientations indoctrinate students in critical race theory, says Free Speech Group

The first classes freshmen take this year are likely to be dominated by leftist ideology, a new report reveals. A study of 50 US colleges by free speech activist group Speech First found that freshman orientations function effectively as political indoctrination sessions. “These orientation programs overwhelmingly cover issues related to …

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Florida school district rejects dictionary donations under new book law

A Florida school district has rejected a donation of dictionaries after freezing new books in libraries and classrooms as officials navigate a new state law designed to make it easier to retrieve books deemed objectionable, reports the Sarasota Herald-Tribune. Why is it important: It’s an issue that many districts are …

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Emotionally Intelligent People Live By These 5 Simple Rules

I have been studying emotional intelligence, the ability to understand and manage emotions, for several years. In doing so, I learned some important lessons. One of the most important lessons is this: despite years of research and study, it is easy to make the same mistakes over and over again. …

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Why CNN kicked Brian Stelter and canceled Reliable Sources

Why Brian Stelter, CNN’s star media reporter and sound host Reliable sources show, kicked out of his job this week? Inside and outside of CNN, there are two working theories. But before we get to that, let’s talk about why we’re talking about Brian Stelter: Yes, people in the media …

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Botswana will become the latest target of Biden’s State Department ideological colonialism

It seems Biden’s State Department has decided it needs to do even more to shame countries into normalizing same-sex relationships. He announced a new grant to “promote greater social acceptance of LGBTQI+ people” in a small African country using US taxpayer dollars. The grant is advertised as “Beyond Decriminalization: Expanding …

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Jim Hartman: Election Law and Bizarre Conspiracy Theories

jim hartmann By Jim Hartman Saturday, August 13, 2022 Far-right Republican gubernatorial candidate Joey Gilbert lost his race to Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo by more than 26,000 votes on June 14 (38% to 27%).This result was confirmed by a statewide recount that cost Gilbert $191,000, paid for by Robert …

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Just a little old: The false fear of critical race theory

When we were on the beach at Anna Maria Island last spring, we met a group of thirtysomethings from Indiana with their young children. We learned that their children all attended the same Catholic school in Indiana. One of the parents said to me, “We don’t want our children to …

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Yale professors join Universiti Malaya colleagues for implementation science boot camp

Faculty members from the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and the Yale School of Medicine (YSM) recently joined an interdisciplinary group of students and researchers in Kuala Lumpur for a summer training camp on implementation science. The three-day series of lectures, presentations and working groups was the first in-person …

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Dem Missouri Senate Candidate Flubs Trans Rights Position

One of two leading Democratic candidates, in a group of 11, vying to replace retired US Senator from Missouri Roy Blunt in November’s midterm elections, struggled to articulate his stance on transgender rights, gender-affirming care and the right-deceiving wing of critical race theory. Now, days before Missourians vote, her top …

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What financial ties does Merrick Garland have with a left-leaning education company? – Newstalk KZRG

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt sent a Civil Investigation Request (CID) — which functions like a subpoena — to a digital learning platform called Panorama Education asking for any potential communications between the company and the Biden’s Justice Department, including AG Merrick Garland. Panorama Education was co-founded by AG Garland’s …

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A popular depression theory hasn’t been ‘debunked’ by a new review

A new paper that reviews the evidence surrounding the serotonin ‘chemical imbalance’ theory of depression has caused an online firestorm, with figures from across psychiatry commenting on the study’s merits and limitations. In this article, we cut through the hype and take a look at what the paper has changed …

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Should you adjust your tire pressure before a road trip?

There’s a popular theory among auto maintenance do-it-yourselfers that overinflating your tires will improve your fuel mileage on a long highway trip. Since low tire pressure lowers your fuel mileage and higher psi leads to lower rolling resistance, the theory may even sound true to you. There is only one …

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Position paper aims to instill critical thinking: Karnataka NEP task force leader | Latest India News

The “knowledge of India” stance, which encourages students not to accept the content of textbooks as infallible truth and to question “fake news” like the Pythagorean theorem and the falling apple over the head of Isaac Newton is part of the critical thinking process, the head of Karnataka’s National Education …

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Fired Employee With Bad Attitude Fails Religious Discrimination Claim | McAfee and Taft

According to the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, a car salesman who was fired following customer complaints of bad attitude cannot go before a jury for his claim of religious discrimination. The Tenth Circuit, which covers Oklahoma, upheld the trial court’s granting of summary judgment in favor of the employer …

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Managing gender beliefs at work: lessons for employers from the recent Forstater and Mackereth cases

The Labor Court delivered its historic judgment last week in the Forstater v. CGD Europe case. Ms Forstater claimed she had not been offered a job by think tank CGD Europe and that her contract as a visiting researcher with them had not been renewed due to her gender beliefs. …

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Schools need to teach anti-racism better

The recent fatal shooting of 10 people in a Buffalo supermarket by a young, self-proclaimed white nationalist is the latest evidence of a growing concern: the dangerous adoption of the “great replacement theory” – a plot touted by white supremacists and the far-right television. hosts. Unfortunately, the theory that an …

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What is being done, what could be done and the need for effective change?

President of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo said in his address to Muslims at an Eid-Ul-Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) ceremony on Saturday, July 9, 2022, that the government had cut discretionary spending by about 30% and 50% fuel coupons. The scope of these cuts extends …

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Black Republicans continue to chase white racist votes

There have been numerous Republican campaign ads featuring candidates tacitly threatening to shoot people. There’s one where Missouri Senate contender Eric Greitens advocates “RINO hunting,” or the one where Michigan gubernatorial candidate Garrett Soldano fires multiple shots for 45 seconds, but the last jerone davison ad stands out for several …

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Dobbs, Obergefell and “the critical moral question posed by abortion”

SYMPOSIUM By Stephane Gilles Jul 6, 2022 at 8:56 p.m. This article is part of a symposium in the field decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Stephen G. Gilles is a professor of law in the Faculty of Law at Quinnipiac University. grant him Glucksbergthe “deeply rooted in …

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Krakatoa Resources Ltd identifies extension of pegmatite complex at Dalgaranga Critical Metals project in WA

Krakatoa Resources Ltd (ASX:KTA) has completed resource drilling on its 100% owned Dalgaranga Critical Metals project, approximately 70 kilometers from Mt Magnet in Washington state. The company drilled 32 reverse circulation (RC) holes over 3,045 meters in May and June, targeting a suite of mineralized pegmatites rich in rubidium, tantalum, …

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Samuel G. Freedman: Stop Banning Critical Books in Wisconsin, Elsewhere | Column

Samuel G. Freedman On a recent outing, my wife and I attended a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibit called “Righting a Wrong”. In the modest confines of a single room at the Minnesota History Center in St. Paul, the exhibit chronicled an epic tragedy: the incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans and …

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Column: US forms ‘friendly’ coalition to secure critical minerals: Andy Home

LONDON, June 30 (Reuters) – A metallic NATO is beginning to take shape, though no one is calling it that yet. The Minerals Security Partnership (MSP) is in theory open to all countries that engage in “responsible supply chains of critical minerals to support economic prosperity and climate goals”. Read …

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Roger Ver allegedly defaulted on CoinFLEX for $47 million

Key points to remember The CEO of CoinFLEX revealed that the major counterparty responsible for the company’s $47 million debt is Roger Ver. Ver denies the accusation and claims that it is in fact CoinFLEX that owes him money. CoinFLEX has issued a default notice to Ver. Share this article …

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Is this the end of Imran Khan’s conspiracy theory? – OpEd – Eurasia Review

There is something definitely non-linear about PTI politics. The fictional foreign conspiracy mantra viciously trumpeted by Imran Khan and his PTI has been baffled by the presentation of the facts by all concerned stakeholders, both nationally and internationally. On display is a classic case of blind devotion by PTI supporters …

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Why the Black Educator Was Forced to Step Out of False Critical Race Theory and Agree to Share Her Story

by Nicole Carr [This article first appeared in ProPublica, republished with permission] ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to get stories like this delivered to your inbox. Series: A Closer Look Examine the news Cecelia Lewis did not want to share her …

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Bill Gates castigates cryptocurrencies and NFTs

Iquite a complicated year for cryptocurrenciesseveral voices have been raised against these digital assets Recently, the creator of Microsoft Bill Gates talked about cryptocurrencies, from a critical point of view. At a conference in Berkeley, California, the mogul claimed that the cryptocurrency market and NFTs (digital tokens) are “100%” based …

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Elise Stefanik in feud with NYC education boss over critical race theory

State Education Department Commissioner Betty Rosa has accused upstate Rep. Elise Stefanik of meddling in conspiracies with her questions about critical race theory — but the member of the Congress countered that the school boss had yet to fully address his concerns. The GOP legislator faced sweeping denial that the …

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Southern Baptist Convention: Election will test fiery right

Placeholder while loading article actions ANAHEIM, Calif. — Southern Baptists packed the ballroom of a cavernous hotel on Sunday to hear a warning: Don’t cooperate or compromise with the devil. And this week, as their huge denomination gathers for its annual meeting and to elect a new president, the urgent …

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‘Common sense thinking prevailed’: Lawmakers dedicated roadworks and dismissed burning social issues | Legislature

Allow people to carry concealed handguns without a permit? He died in the Louisiana Senate. Anti-vaccination legislation? The senators did not suggest that either. The highly publicized “Don’t say gay” measure, modeled on a new Florida law? He perished in the Chamber. So did a high-profile bill that would have …

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Lawyer and philosopher Ryan D. Doerfler joins Harvard Law School

1 credit Ryan D. Doerfler ’13, who focuses his research on critically examining the place of federal justice in the American legal and political order, will join Harvard Law School as a professor of law, effective July 1. July. Doerfler is currently a professor of law at the University of …

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Iowa Election 2022: Who’s Running for Governor, Congress, and Statewide?

Only two of Iowa’s federal races have contested primaries, with many races already down to one candidate per party in the weeks leading up to the June 7 primary election. Governor Kim Reynolds and Senator Chuck Grassley are both re-elected in 2022, and all four races for Iowa’s House will …

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Britt Hawthorne on work, the essays that inspired ‘Raising Anti-Racist Kids’

Courtesy of Britt Hawthorne/S&S Simon Element When Britt Hawthorne moved from Illinois to Texas years ago to pursue her teaching career, she very quickly noticed the big differences between what the curriculum was like in the Midwest and what it involved in the South. After seeing and experiencing the whitewashed …

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Detroit boosts civics course by including people of color and community history

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. DDuring a social studies class at the all-girls Detroit International Academy, 10th graders learned last week that a historic student protest occurred in April 1966 at Detroit Northern High School. The students took turns reading …

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Chris Herrod and Rep. John Curtis meet to debate GOP nomination in Utah’s 3rd congressional district

Herrod, who is vying for a seat in Utah’s 3rd congressional district, specifically took aim at Black Lives Matter, ESG, critical race theory and mask mandates. (Leah Hogsten | The Salt Lake Tribune) Incumbent Representative John Curtis from Utah’s third congressional district debates challenger Chris Herrod, Friday, May 27, 2022, …

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Biden Administration Appeases Latin American Enemies While Punching American Friends

The Biden administration last week rewarded Latin America’s two dictatorial regimes most vehemently opposed to American values, Cuba and Venezuela, and punished one of the last regional governments to support the United States, Guatemala. The last part was not a surprise for both of us. As we both heard from …

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Can the second-year quarterback make the jump?

March 5, 2021; Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Kellen Mond attends the House of Athlete Scouting Combine for athletes preparing to compete in the 2021 NFL Draft at Inter Miami Stadium Mandatory Credit: Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports The Vikings are deepening their OTAs. It’s the time of …

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HUDSON | Critical Race Theory vs Replacement Theory | Opinion

Miller Hudson Replacement is not so much a theory as a demographic fact — but not in the way it is discussed on the right. We don’t know what Neanderthals had to say about the scruffy little humans that drove them to extinction. Raiders, immigrants and other wanderers have been …

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New poll examines political divides on race and gender issues

Policy Respondents were asked about their support for Black Lives Matter, critical race theory, same-sex marriage and other topics. The campus of the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Lane Turner / Globe Staff A national poll released by UMass Amherst and WCVB examined how different political ideologies think about race …

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Florida Targets ‘CRT,’ Social Justice in Social Studies Books

TALLAHASSEE, Florida. – While the Florida Department of Education invites proposals from textbook companies to provide social studies materials to schools, it clarifies that clear concepts such as critical race theory and social justice do not should not be included. The department is accepting bids from companies until June 10 …

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Consolidating a Distinguished Legacy of Research, Public Scholarship, and Public Engagement: The McCormack Institutes of Public and International Service (MIIPS)

The John W McCormack School of Policy and Global Studies was founded in 1983 as the John W. McCormack Institute of Public Affairs, a center for applied public policy research focused on issues of immediate concern to Boston, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the New England region, and in 1991, the …

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New faces in GOP primary seek to move Senate to the right

Last fall, Matt Edwards, a conservative activist from Hayden, sent a pledge to 105 Idaho lawmakers. By signing the declaration, lawmakers would pledge to support what he called medical freedom and privacy, election integrity and educational freedom. They would also swear not to raise taxes, suppress free speech or support …

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Covid boosters are essential for the elderly. Why aren’t more people receiving them?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 1 in 3 Americans age 65 and older who have completed their first round of vaccinations have yet to receive a first booster. The figures have appalled researchers, who note that this age group continues to be most at risk …

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Conservative Texas school board victories could embolden state GOP leaders

Sign up for The Brief, our daily newsletter that keeps readers up to date with the most essential news from Texas. Texas voters elected a slew of conservative candidates to Texas school boards on Saturday, emboldening the state’s Republicans who are increasingly involved in nonpartisan local elections. GOP leaders describe …

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San Antonio has been lucky – so far – to avoid school board war zones, but…

San Antonio was lucky. Until now. Our school board meetings have not become bloody battlegrounds in the culture wars that have erupted in school districts across the country. With 19 independent school districts in Bexar County, we have no shortage of opportunities. And during the emotionally raw times of the …

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New theory over deaths at Bahamas resorts as screaming wife’s limbs ‘swelled’ as her husband died – Reuters

Mystery surrounds the deaths of three Americans at the luxury Sandals Emerald Bay resort in the Bahamas after people said they felt sick, but a guest offered a chilling explanation The three victims were all staying at the Sandals Emerald Bay resort in the Bahamas ( Image: Sandals) Police found …

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How prevalent was critical race, social and emotional learning theory? – WFTV

VIDEO: Florida’s Rejected Math Textbooks: How Prevalent Was Critical Race Theory, Social-Emotional Learning? Florida’s Rejected Math Textbooks: How Prevalent Was Critical Race Theory, Social-Emotional Learning? ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. — The April press release was all but guaranteed to go viral. At a time of high polarization and heightened attention to …

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How a math spreadsheet about Maya Angelou became falsely associated with critical race theory

When Clint Clark joined the staff of Columbus International High School in Ohio as a 24-year-old math teacher and seminar coordinator in 2010, he knew it wasn’t going to be a traditional classroom experience. The high school, which had just opened that year, focused on diversity and international studies. Amid …

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New Mexico Lawmakers Discuss Critical Race Theory | Legislature | New Mexico Legislative Session

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Top 5 Hottest Real Time Moments With Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher has had its fair share of viral riot moments over the years. We rank our top 5 favorites as the show returns tonight. Piers Morgan and Jim Jeffries We don’t know for sure who decided to put Piers Morgan and Jim Jeffries on the same …

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Republican candidates for Idaho superintendent talk about school choice and critical race theory

On Monday night, three Republican candidates vying to be Idaho’s superintendent of public instruction sparred over issues including school choice, graduation rates and critical race theory. The candidates — incumbent Sherri Ybarra and challengers Debbie Critchfield and Branden Durst — squared off in a live debate on Idaho Public Television …

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Florida says critical race theory is in math textbooks

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — After a nearly week-long delay, the Florida Department of Education has released two examples it says confirm its rejection of dozens of math textbooks because they contained questions and exercises based on the common core or critical theory of race. , problems that opponents say are …

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Florida says math textbooks taught critical race theory

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — After a nearly week-long delay, the Florida Department of Education has released two examples it says confirm its rejection of dozens of math textbooks because they contained questions and exercises based on the common or critical core. race theory, issues that opponents say are not …

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Former McDonald’s CEO creates group to fight woke corporations

A former McDonald’s CEO credited with inventing the McNugget is now leading the charge against companies that implement wake-up call policies. Ed Rensi, who served as CEO of McDonalds from 1991 to 1997, is joining forces with conservative advocacy groups to form The Boardroom Initiative, FOX News reported. Its aim …

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Florida rejects 54 math books, saying critical race theory appeared in some | WUWM 89.7 FM

The Florida Department of Education has rejected 54 math textbooks for its K-12 curriculum, citing reasons ranging from the inclusion of critical race theory to common core learning concepts. The rejected books represent a record 41% of the 132 books submitted for review, the Florida Department of Education said in …

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Critical Race Theory Leads to Missouri High School Teacher’s Loss of Her Job

Black America Web Featured Video CLOSE The ongoing “to be or not to be” debate involving critical race theory is one that you have seen us cover many times in the past. Unfortunately, no common ground has yet been reached regarding how America’s past and current struggles against racism are …

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Senate candidate Lamb talks health insurance and inflation during campaign shutdown | News, Sports, Jobs

Rep. Connor Lamb talks to a group of people attending a political event Saturday in Williamsport. Lamb visited Democratic supporters as he seeks party nominations for the U.S. Senate in next month’s primary election. At left is Lycoming County Committee Member Dave Raker. PAT CROSSLEY/Sun Gazette …

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The 1619 Project and Critical Race Theory – Leavenworth Times

For the editor: The 1619 project is not a real story. It contains some facts to try to cover up the propaganda that it is. It’s fiction – critical race theory in a different package. The author is a far-left journalist, and dozens of real historians have pointed out the …

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Kentucky governor vetoes bill incorporating ‘anti-criticism race theory’, calling it a step backwards

Beshear vetoed the bill with a letter of veto saying, “Senate Bill 1 tries to control classroom discussions on topics such as race. These are discussions that our children have with or without adults in our schools. Prescribing a rigid approach to what needs to be ‘taught’ in these discussions …

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VMI alumni attack college DEI efforts

Diversity, equity and inclusion efforts are under attack again at the Virginia Military Institute. The latest skirmish comes months after the military college president publicly chastised an alumnus for claiming in an interview that VMI’s DEI efforts were in fact an effort to establish critical race theory on campus. VMI …

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Fox Loses LGBTQ Preferred Employer Status – Jenner Joins as Contributor

ROME — Italian Catholic Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the Vatican’s former papal nuncio to the United States, in a 10,000-plus-word essay published Monday, accused Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky of responding to a “reform” agenda and to use his presidency to promote “LGBTQ ideology.” Vigano also took the Ukrainian leader to …

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Judge overturns motion to dismiss Missouri AG’s lawsuit against SPS over critical race theory

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) – A lawsuit against Springfield Public Schools will continue after a judge denied a motion to dismiss the lawsuit earlier this week. Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt filed a lawsuit against SPS on Nov. 16 for alleged violations of the Sunshine Act. His office had previously requested …

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Montezuma-Cortez moves to new elementary curriculum – The Journal

Executive Director of University Student Services Jim Parr advises the Montezuma-Cortez RE-1 School Board March 15 that residents and teachers have reached consensus on a new elementary reading curriculum. Montezuma-Cortez School District RE-1 YouTube Teachers and the community choose from four programs; CFO concerned about cost The Montezuma-Cortez School District …

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Lawmakers pass bill to teach ‘American principles’

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky lawmakers voted Thursday to designate a set of historical documents and speeches to incorporate into classroom work — a response to the national debate over critical race theory. The Republican-dominated Senate, on a 21-15 vote, sent the education measure to Democratic Governor Andy Beshear. Other …

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Legislators tackle education bills; Topics include Full Day Kindergarten, Critical Race Theory | News

BOISE — The Idaho legislature recently grappled with education bills regarding all-day kindergarten, higher education budgets and some concerns about indoctrination. On Wednesday, March 16, the Idaho House of Representatives debated the all-day kindergarten bill, Senate Bill 1373, which would allocate an additional $46 million to early reading programs. Rep. …

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South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem Signs Critical Race Theory Bill

PIERRE, SD (KELO) — Universities and colleges under the control of the South Dakota Board of Regents will no longer be able to require students to attend orientations and training based on what Governor Kristi Noem defines as critical theory of race. HB 1012 was signed into law Monday along …

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Stacey Abrams: 2022 elections are an “urgent moment” for Georgia

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams implored voters to show up at an “urgent time” for Columbus and Georgia, vowing to expand Medicaid and veto any anti-LGBTQ legislation if elected. Abrams spoke for about 19 minutes Friday morning at downtown restaurant Jarfly before taking questions from members of the public and …

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Beto O’Rourke speaks out against critical race theory in schools

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Texas gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke has become one of the first Democratic Party leaders to speak out explicitly against critical race theory (CRT) in schools. O’Rourke addressed a crowd from Texas to Victoria on Friday, where he was asked about the suitability …

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Anti-Russian bias exposes flaws in critical race theory and intersectionality | VICTOR JOECKS

If you substituted “China” or “Islam” for Russia, the mainstream national media would denounce the racist reaction to the war in Ukraine. Since Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, now is a bad time to own a business associated with Russia. Or anything else that the ignorant associate with Russia. …

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What will the anti-CRT bill do? Not much – Daily Leader

The two legislative Republicans who championed the anti-criticism race theory bill in the Senate and House have said it all: Conservative out-of-state media outlets inspired the Mississippi bill, it wouldn’t little to change or limit education in public schools, and his passage was largely a token gesture for Republican voters …

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A group of activists stop in Loudoun during the popular convoy

The Moms for America group pulled their truck out of the popular DC-bound convoy to hold a Loudoun County in Ashburn on March 5. The group, led by conservative activist Kimberly Fletcher, says it is “reclaiming our culture for truth, family, freedom and the Constitution.” Fletcher was subpoenaed by the …

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