One conservative activist is weaponizing resentment over diversity trainings into an all-out, red-baiting culture war.
As a reporter covering conservative politics, misinformation and conspiracy theories, I’m used to upsetting readers. Angry tweets and comments questioning my motives and talent are pretty standard, especially when I’m disputing a popular conspiracy theory.
Some of Colorado’s most right-wing talk radio hosts, who regularly promote views that drive Colorado voters away from the Republican Party, are rejoicing over the willingness of Colorado Republican leaders to appear on their shows again — after past GOP leaders rejected interview requests from the toxic radio yappers.
“People judge you by the company you keep.”
Here’s a thought-provoking bumper sticker: “The system is fixed. We must break it.”
I have been teaching graduate seminars in critical race theory for over a decade. So I find the recent wave of hand wringing about critical race theory infecting K-12 education and infiltrating the federal government to be puzzling, troubling, and heartbreaking.
The Supreme Court’s latest refusal to kill the Affordable Care Act left mostly everyone saying the law is now here to stay.