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History, histrionics, public education all leading to a mess of mendacity

“Divorce usually isn’t a good idea, and that’s especially true of a nearly 250-year-old continental nation.” Rich Lowry, National Review. This sort of pseudo-historical gibberish is the kind of nonsense that finds its way into the public schooling system with its unschooled “educators.” It is one reason there is rising a wave of dissent against ...

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A changing population and the need to transmit our history and values

WASHINGTON DC – The US population is changing.  The first race and ethnicity breakdown from the 2020 Census shows a more diverse population than ever in the nation’s history. The report marks the first time the number of people who identify as White alone has shrunk since a census started being taken in 1790. The ...