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Miscellaneous | Education

The Continuing Importance of Thomas Sowell

This is what distinguishes his scholarship: courage. Sowell wasn’t afraid. It’s the sort of thing that ought to be commonplace among scholars and intellectuals—and journalists, for that matter—but clearly it is not.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

Nikole Hannah-Jones to Critics on Her Error Tweeting Incorrect Year for Start of Civil War: ‘It Is What It Is’

The "1619 Project's" Nikole Hannah-Jones said of her failure to provide the correct year for the start of the Civil War, “It is what it is.”

News | News

Author of 1619 Project Accepts Payment from Fund Dedicated to Underserved Children

Oregon’s Department of Education diverted money from a program for disadvantaged children to pay speaker fees for the New York Times’...

Politics | Politics

Correcting 1619’s Falsehoods About the American Founding

A new book published by Robert Woodson’s ‘1776 Unites’ debunks the project’s dubious claims.

Politics | The Hall of Idiots

‘What more needs to be said?’ PBS journo Yamiche Alcindor can’t understand how UNC could deny tenure to ‘hard truth’ teller Nikole Hannah-Jones

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Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

1619 Project Backlash Is Building in Statehouses Across the Country

Lawmakers in five states have filed bills to defund schools that teach the Marxist critical race theory of the 1619 Project.

Miscellaneous | Education

Orwell’s 1984 and Today

We can see today the totalitarian impulse among powerful forces in our politics and culture. We can see it in the rise and imposition of doublethink, and we can see it in the increasing attempt to rewrite our history.

Politics | Politics

What's Wrong With the 1619 Project?

In August of 2019, the New York Times published the 1619 Project. Its goal is to redefine the American experiment as rooted not in liberty but in slavery. In this video, Wilfred Reilly, Associate Professor of Political Science at Kentucky State University

Politics | Media Watch

New York Times’ ‘1619 Project’ Named to ‘Top Ten Works of Journalism of the Decade’

The "1619 Project," which falsely claimed that the American Revolution was fought to preserve slavery, made NYU's Top Ten of the Decade.

Politics | Donald Trump

BAM: Trump Eviscerates the Noxious Marxism Behind the Riots and the 1619 Project

President Donald Trump announced a "1776 Commission" to counter the nefarious Marxist critical race theory behind the 1619 Project in schools.

News | News

Trump Says Schools Teaching NY Times' 1619 Project 'Will Not Be Funded'

President Donald Trump on Sunday warned the Department of Education is investigating the use of the New York ...

Politics | Op-Ed

5 Arguments Against 'America Is a Racist Country'

The left-wing charge that America is a racist country is the greatest national libel since the Blood Libel against the Jews. America is, in fact, the least racist multiracial, multiethnic country in world history.

Miscellaneous | News bias/fake news/media bias

The New York Times Dropped Millions On Facebook To Advertise The 1619 Project…While Trying To Bully Facebook Into Censorship

The New York Times’ massive campaign to pressure social media giants into restricting freedom of information — particularly dissemination from sources other than mainstream outlets — has now kicked into high gear. Tech columnist Kevin Roose warned the Tim

Politics | Leftist Lies

This 1995 Op-Ed Reveals the Anti-White Racism Behind the Founder of NYT's ‘1619 Project'

The New York Times' "1619 Project" Founder Nikole Hannah-Jones demonized the "white race" as "barbaric devils" and said Columbus was "no different" from Hitler.

News | The News

Pulitzer Prize Awarded To Creator Of Widely-Derided 1619 Project From The New York Times

On Monday, the Pulitzer Prize Committee announced that it had given its commentary award to Nikole Hannah-Jones, a staff writer for The New York Times Magazine who was the creator of the 1619 Project. The New York Times reported that the award was given f

Politics | Politics

Journo John Haltiwanger defends the 1619 Project by pointing out that ‘history is not just about facts/dates’ and also white men suck

After the New York Times’ Nikole Hannah-Jones was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for the highly flawed 1619 Project, Nation journalist Jeet Heer explained that it was actually OK because the 1619 Project provoked a lot of debate:

History | History

After Backlash From Historians, NYT Forced To Issue Significant Correction To 1619 Project

The New York Times has issued a significant correction to its 1619 Project, a series of articles that has prompted fierce backlash from historians for revising the historical relationship between slavery and the founding of the country.  In the August art

History | History

The 1619 Project’s Outrageous, Lying Slander of Abe Lincoln

History and journalism are supposed to ask as many questions as the subject demands. But questions are ­what the 1619 Project fails to ask about Lincoln.

News | The News

Creator Of NYT’s 1619 Project Shows Just How Unseriously She Takes History

Much has been written about the problems with The New York Times’ 1619 Project, criticisms the outlet has responded to with fingers in their ears. It follows then that the creator of the project, Nikole Hannah-Jones, would take a similar attitude toward c

Politics | Education or Indoctrination?

Universities are Complicit in 1619 Project’s Disgusting Swindle – American Greatness

The backers of the New York Times’ 1619 Project don’t believe their hate-reading of American history can stand up to examination in the light of day. That’s the only conclusion to be drawn from their full flight from critics across the political spectrum.

Politics | Leftists & Antisemitism

Not so FAST! NYT Sr. Staff Editor Thomas Wright-Piersanti deletes anti-Semitic and racist tweets after being outed; Updated

Man, the NYT sure can pick 'em.

History | History

U.S. History Doesn’t Need To Be ‘Reframed’ Around Identity Politics; It Already Has Been

The myth that students and readers are getting some rose-colored version of American history is nonsense. So what is the 1619 Project really trying to do?