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A Deeper Look at Critical Race Theory

[ad_1] In last week’s column on Critical Race Theory, I said that I had barely scratched the surface of this complex movement. To dig deeper, I turned to a collection of essays from the founders and early adherents of the movement – “Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings That Formed …

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Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger criticizes the site for its leftist prejudices: “The word for this is propaganda”

[ad_1] Media headlines July 16 Journalist tearing up how Steele’s case was covered, White House saying it would work with Facebook to report ‘misinformation’ on COVID-19, and Representative Jim Clyburn getting four Pinocchios for his voter ID request complete headlines in today’s media. Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger continued his criticism …

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Best Bundesliga XI at Euro

[ad_1] By Jesvin Nellissery With the Euro ending on Sunday, the Bundesliga finished as the league with the most goals scored in the tournament with 29 goals by top German players. Here is the best XI of the stars of the Bundesliga at the Euro. Yann Sommer. Photo: Borussia Mönchengladbach …

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On Capitol Hill, rally fans agree that anti-Semitism is not American. But when Israel is involved, it gets complicated.

[ad_1] WASHINGTON (JTA) – Several thousand people spent a sweltering afternoon outside the United States Capitol at a rally on Sunday that denounced anti-Semitism as anti-American and argued that Jewish identity and support for Israel are inextricable. These were the unifying messages of the “No Fear” rally on Sunday, which …

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England vs Denmark: Euro 2020 semi-final preview

[ad_1] England are one game away from reaching their first major tournament final since 1966, but on their way stands a team that has become Euro 2020 history. Gareth Southgate will be more than aware that despite majority support at Wembley, it is Denmark who will be the favorites of …

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The glocalization of humanity | The star

[ad_1] WHY does Marxism thrive in China and not in Marx’s birthplace? Why is Buddhism more practiced in East Asia than in India? Why does Islam have more followers outside of Saudi Arabia? Ideas and religion have spread through globalization, but it is really their localization that has created more …

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Democrats ‘stigmatized’ policing profession, creating ‘crisis’ as crime rises across America, Banks Rep.

[ad_1] Left-wing Democrats have stigmatized the policing profession with anti-law rhetoric, creating a recruitment crisis as violent crime rises across America, Representative Jim Banks, R-Ind said on Sunday. Banks, head of the Republican study committee, told “Fox News Sunday” presenter Chris Wallace this funding alone will not help police departments …

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Pence heckled at conservative conference in Florida

[ad_1] Former Vice President Mike Pence was greeted with scattered heckling on Friday, during a speech he gave in the home state of the president he served. While addressing a general session of the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Orlando, there were taunts, some shouting “traitor” at him. Undeterred, Pence …

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Berlin police go to squatted building for inspection

[ad_1] June 17, 2021Update: Jun 17, 2021 5:18 am BERLIN (AP) – Police broke into a Berlin apartment building occupied by squatters on Thursday to allow a fire safety inspection that residents of the building resisted, following clashes the day before in which the authorities said 60 officers were injured. …

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The phrase ‘systemic racism’ obscures productive debate

[ad_1] The Opinion BDN section operates independently and does not set newsroom policies or contribute to reporting or editing articles elsewhere in the newspaper or on bangordailynews.com. Ramesh Ponnuru is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist. He is editor-in-chief of the National Review and visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. “It …

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[Kim Seong-kon] We owe BTS and Korean companies

[ad_1] It seems that our left politicians today tend to think that companies exist only to exploit their workers. Perhaps that is why they so often discourage our businesses and give them so much trouble. Yet companies create jobs, often pay high wages, and give South Korea a good impression …

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Letters to the editor for Monday, June 7, 2021

[ad_1] X Multiracial courage; political cowardice Thousands of Americans have made the ultimate sacrifice for democracy in order to survive threats both foreign and domestic. These Americans were white, black, Latino, Native American with multiple religious beliefs. The Donald Trumps, Governor DeSantis and several state governments have chosen to honor …

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How the navy tamed the “killer privateer” | History

[ad_1] The carrier’s initial landing qualifications for the Chance Vought F4U Corsair were a disaster. In the fall of 1942, Lieutenant-Commander Sam Porter tested the feasibility of using the Navy Curved Wing Fighter from the deck of the escort carrier USS Sangamon smoking in Chesapeake Bay. After four terrifying landings, …

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AOC hints it may not approve mayoral candidate

[ad_1] Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hinted that she was not thrilled with the Democratic mayoral candidates and that she might not participate in the race. Following a virtual town hall meeting on Monday, the left-wing fire mark said they would certainly focus on approvals in major city council contests, but look …

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Belarus, schools, Israel: your Monday night briefing

[ad_1] (Want to receive this newsletter in your inbox? Here is registration.) Good night. Here is the last one. Rather than trying to mitigate diplomatic fallout, Lukashenko signed new laws further cracking down on dissent. The Belarusian Foreign Ministry said what happened to the plane was strictly in accordance with …

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What Democrats Learned From LeBron James

[ad_1] “The athlete activism that we have seen over the past year and, more importantly, its impact on the national discourse on athlete rights and their role in global change is deeply encouraging and we should be promoting,” said a Democratic congressional aide. “It’s powerful when athletes who can play …

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Massachusetts Sheriff denounces Mayorkas’ ‘left’ agenda for ICE facility shutdown: ‘A political success’

[ad_1] The Bristol County Sheriff, Massachusetts, is targeting Homeland Security Secretary (DHS) Alejandro Mayorkas after announcing that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will no longer use a migrant detention center in the county that was the subject of misconduct allegations, with the sheriff describing it as “political success work.” “Shame …

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Watch Taylor Hall’s goal in Game 3 from all angles

[ad_1] May 19, 2021; Boston, Massachusetts, United States; Boston Bruins left winger Taylor Hall (71) scores over Washington Capitals goalie Ilya Samsonov (30) in the second period of Game 3 of the 2021 Stanley Cup Playoff Round 1 at TD Garden. Mandatory Credit: Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports Taylor Hall had …

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