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The school board’s about-face spared “racists” like Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln.
Including Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant.
An old friend, who died 16 years ago today, speaks.
Fallon raised the first American flag in the city.
Some state school board members call the new lessons "anti-American."
The district superintendent agrees: "[T]he system of education has a historical context of oppression and white supremacy."
An attack on racism that is really a defense.
Let’s do it!
"Tubman’s elevation over a genuine American hero is yet another example of the war on America’s heritage."
Europeans united into one people against Indian savagery.
"It does not accurately reflect the respect, empathy and admiration we have for the true pioneers of this land."
"Whatever we build in Downtown Brooklyn should rival the Statue of Liberty."
A Republican originally proposed the idea to shame Democrats. Democrats, instead, embraced it.
He adds a Caesar Chavez bust.
The Trump-created commission dared criticize the Civil Rights Movement.
GOP Lt. Gov says Lewis represents the state's values, not Alexander Stephens.
"The song does not romanticize America's past."
The current offerings offend Indians.
Where hatred of whites can lead.
Cold water on a hot topic
Officials call the names “dehumanizing” to students of color.
Maryland lawmaker wants a song that reflects "our current values of unity, diversity and inclusion."
Mayor’s office: the statue perpetuated "harmful prejudices."
"The wish, here, is very much the father to the thought."
Council member: We should celebrate Juneteenth "just like we do July 4th."
Blacks wanted the state's first SCOTUS justice removed over Confederate service and racial views.
Another Republican who sold out whites.
"Can a republic as fractured and splintered as ours is . . . endure? And for how long?"
Then TR, Washington, even Dianne Feinstein! Clearly, no one is safe.
Black state senator says the choice “represents the values of today’s Virginians."
Virginia school district purges Founding Fathers.
Woodrow Wilson and John Tyler are in the crosshairs.
The consequences could be death.
The Times gets preachy again.
They arrived in 1620, but only 1619 matters.
And moral, too.
Populism is the remedy.
The City of Brotherly Love needs a new name.
The balance of the Senate will be decided by the Peach State.
The country is ignoring the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the Pilgrims.
Racism is now eradicated.
The vote was unanimous.
What actually happens when races mix.
They were a lot more common than you think.
"[T]he future for this land of ceaseless collision . . . seems not so bright."
Indigenous woman from Chihuahua: "For all that it represents, this type of monument shouldn’t exist."
In this season of hate, we should seek the truth.
Affirmative action did not always mean quotas.
A look at The Affirmative Action Hoax by Professor Steven Farron.
"Duty is the sublimest word in the language."
Race deniers get in a muddle again.
It’s clear that we live under a kritarchy.
Curious behavior from the "newspaper of record."
President attacks the 1619 Project by name.
Author says “true faith and allegiance” to America means criticizing it.
It's not just in the federal government.
Happy Mexican Independence Day!
British tabloids know more about US history than American blacks do.
Jared Taylor's introduction to A Dissident's Guide to Blacks and Africa.
Many blacks want to go.
Leftist argues that race is not real but that Kamala Harris is black.
Crime is up in the once 100-percent white city.
The 2000 Census is warning us.
"During the peak of the Atlantic slave trade, Africans retained more slaves for themselves than were sold to the West."
They make the state “racist.”
Symbolism, swing states, and succession.
The monumental erasure.
Illinois Lawmaker Calls for Abolition of ‘Racist’ History Classes Until State Comes Up With More ‘Inclusive’ Alternative
Like 1984, but black.
She supposedly helped scalp several Amerindians.
The Confederate capital is now just another black-run city.
"How great a burden can even an unrivaled superpower carry before it buckles and breaks?"
Tulsa’s First Dig for Suspected Mass Graves from 1921 Massacre of Black People Finds No Human Remains
But they'll keep looking.
National Review sinks even lower.