The Left is pulling out the stops to prevent our state from understanding critical race theory and the degree to which racism is harming our residents.
Critical race theory is all the rage, and John DePetro and Justin Katz worry about RI government efforts to stoke it into conflict.
By creating incentives for activism, providing manufactured materials, and ignoring the substance of legislation, progressive advocates are providing cover for radicals to transform the teaching of civics and history into indoctrination into a divisive ideology that is tearing communities apart.
With money flooding the economy at the same time supply channels are struggling to meet demand, the public is having to become familiar with concepts like inflation and modern monetary policy.
John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss how everything is becoming political narrative, not serving and protecting the people, in Rhode Island.
Differences in where people draw their condemnation lines prove that something has changed and we’re on a very dangerous course.
Anchor Rising’s editor Justin Katz featured alongside National Education Association teachers union director Robert Walsh in Ian Donnis’s first-ever extended Political Roundtable podcast.
More and more, it appears that the way a story is covered by the media and addressed by government officials depends most on the skin color of the people involved, as John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss.
Coincidentally while the federal government moves to excuse police and even military action against the phantom threat of “white supremacy,” academics are preparing to declare “whiteness” to be a pathology in need of a final solution.
From a U.S. Senator to the news media to a local school committee, Rhode Islanders’ trust is slipping, but John DePetro and Justin Katz aren’t sure it’s enough to bring change.