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

The “1619 Project” of the New York Times, which falsely claimed that the American Revolution was fought partly to preserve slavery, has been named to the “Top Ten Works of Journalism of the Decade” by New York University’s journalism school. The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute announced Wednesday that the “1619 Project” had made the decade’s top…

California, Which Entered U.S. as Free State in 1850, to Study ‘Reparations’ for Slavery

The State of California will study reparations to black Americans, thanks to a bill signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. AB 3121 will create a nine-member “Task Force to Study and Develop Reparation Proposals for African Americans, with a Special Consideration for African Americans Who are Descendants of Persons Enslaved in the United…

Beto O’Rourke Suggests Trump Is More Racist than Slave-Owner Presidents

At the Democrat National Convention (DNC) on Monday evening, failed Democrat presidential primary candidate Beto O’Rourke suggested that President Trump is more racist than presidents who owned slaves. “You had the most destructive, hateful, racist president in the history of this country who is literally tearing apart the fabric of the United States of America,”…

Sen. Tom Cotton Launches Bill Banning Federal Funds for Teaching America Founded on Slavery

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) introduced a bill Thursday that would ban federal funds for teaching the New York Times’s revisionist “1619 Project,” which claims America was founded on slavery. The Saving American History Act of 2020 asserts America was founded on July 4, 1776, when its fundamental principles were set forth in the Declaration of…

‘Loathsome And Bigoted Past’: Louie Gohmert Introduces Resolution To Ban The Democratic Party

A House resolution introduced Thursday by Republican Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert would ban the Democratic Party because of their so-called “loathsome and bigoted past.” The “Privileged Resolution” calls on Congress “to ban any political organization or party that has ever held a public position supportive of slavery or the Confederate States of America,” The Hill…

Claim: Ancestors of New York Times Family Included Slave Owners, Confederate Supporters

Michael Goodwin of the New York Post published an extensive investigative article on Sunday claiming that ancestral members of the family that owns the New York Times likely included slaveowners. Moreover, Goodwin recounted, the extended family also included members who fought for the Confederacy; contributed to Confederate memorials after the Civil War; and perhaps even engaged in the…

STOP-THE-WAR: Idealism And Ignorance — Part 2

Quigley might have added the British stamped out thugee and suttee in India the same way they stamped out not only slavery but ritual murder in Africa, the latter being a practice that was still being carried out in the second half of the Twentieth Century. To this we might add that India has also…

STOP-THE-WAR: Idealism And Ignorance — Part 1

On July 15, the Stop-The-War Coalition held a live hangout with three speakers: Emy Onoura, Salma Yaqoob, and Chris Nineham. The theme of the hangout was British Imperialism from the international slave trade to the special relationship, and as might be expected, not one of the speakers had a good word to say about Imperialism,…

The International Dimensions of 1776 and How an Age of Reason Was Subverted

From the Strategic Culture Foundation This July 4th, a larger-than-usual shadow is cast upon America which has come face-to-face with some serious historic reckonings. While the existence of an oligarchy and international “deep state” should not be ignored as a political force of history- arranging wars, assassinations and promoting economic enslavement of people and nations…

Black Lives Matter Destroys Statue of Immigrant Who Died Fighting Slavery

Protesters from the Black Lives Matter movement vandalized and toppled a statue of Col. Hans Christian Heg, an immigrant from Norway who died fighting for the Union against slavery, on Tuesday night in Madison, Wisconsin. Local ABC affiliate WKOW reported: Protesters pulled down the Forward statue that normally stands outside the State Capitol and left it…

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