Right Wing View

Evangelicals battle ‘critical race theory’ in new online video course

In the right-wing crusade against “critical race theory,” there is a job for everyone: movement intellectuals and keyboard warriors, school board brawlers and politicians – from Congress to governors’ mansions to the new class of local right-wing bureaucrats eager to link student test scores to faculty demographics. It is therefore …

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Sinema speaks out against filibuster reform after House sends voting rights bill to Senate – live | USA News

Kirsten Sinema has indicated – or simply confirmed — that the push by Democrats to change Senate rules to allow voting rights legislation to pass is indeed doomed. In a speech to the Senate delivered shortly before Joe Biden was supposed to arrive on Capitol Hill to try to force …

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Canada’s Conservative establishment braces for another battle to privatize public health care

To analyse Ready or not, they’re coming through Stephen magusiak, Albertan journalist January 11, 2022 Another debate on the further privatization of Canada’s public health care system looms on the horizon, according to the highest voices on the right. Like Canada’s health care system, already underfunded after decades of right-wing …

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Opinion: Even Canadians fear America’s democracy will end soon

Marche is not the only Canadian worried about the future of its neighbor to the south. Just days before the publication of The March book, political scientist Thomas Homer-Dixon – the executive director of the Cascade Institute, which focuses on ways to deal with threats to society – wrote a …

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Annual survey: public confidence in institutions, satisfaction with the state of the country

With Israel adopting a national budget for the first time in two years, putting an end to recurring coalition collapses and repeated elections, confidence in the government has increased only slightly, but overall confidence in the government has risen only slightly. State institutions remain weak, according to an annual survey …

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Three reasons Bukayo Saka would never leave Arsenal for Liverpool

Bukayo Saka is not leaving Arsenal for Liverpool. Not in a million years, says @ laythy29 It must be that time of year again. You know, in this day and age when people start talking about player moves that are just never going to happen. Otherwise known as the January …

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America’s Democracy Has Its Hands Full This Year

This New Year has its work cut out for it. 2021 recklessly postponed to 2022 a set of crucial unanswered questions that make it difficult to tell whether America’s glass is half full or half empty. The next 12 months are indeed loaded with starting to provide answers. At present, …

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How Japan sees China | The Economist

TIT FIRST reliable records from an official Japanese mission to China date to 238A D, when Himiko, a Japanese queen, sent a delegation to the Wei Kingdom in China, offering as a tribute ten slaves and two 20-foot-long textiles. In the 7th century, the Yamato, a clan that ruled much …

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Jordanian lawmakers trade punches in parliament amid heated discussion on women’s rights

By Céline Alkhaldi, CNN Chaos erupted in Jordan’s parliament on Tuesday as lawmakers threw their punches at each other after discussion of a constitutional amendment that would grant more rights to women heated up. Video of the event shows a handful of lawmakers in a physical altercation, fighting and threatening …

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West Ham predicted the starting XI against Watford on Tuesday

West Ham are expected to make a handful of changes as they look to get back to winning ways against Watford on Tuesday afternoon. David Moyes’ side suffered a fourth loss in five games on Boxing Day against Southampton, and now travel just out of London to face relegation to …

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