Entries by Michael Watson

Why Are Some Social Justice Unionists Backing the Palestinians?

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Editors’ Note: It is interesting that the “social justice movement” now endorses terrorism, we might add extremely barbaric forms of terrorism because they believe violence is justified for their cause.  No matter how blood-curdling the acts, Progressives can find justification. Conservatives have long contended this kind of violence was philosophically supported by this movement but […]

SPLC Plus Teachers Union Ideology Equals More Disparagement

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In 2021, Republicans swept to power in Virginia, riding a popular wave rejecting their opponents’ commitment to the teachers unions’ agenda of critical race theory–inspired instruction, COVID-19 mask mandates, school closures, and dismissal of parents’ involvement in their children’s education. During the buildup to this political rout, the Biden Administration Justice Department proposed at school board meetings as […]

They Really Believe You’ll Be Happy

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As the World Economic Forum (WEF) hosts [hosted] its annual conference of political officials, corporate bigwigs, and leaders of the professional Left-dominated nongovernmental organization world, the organization has come into focus. We brought some of the scrutiny, examining recent writings of WEF leader Klaus Schwab and critics of his “Great Reset.” But when scrutinizing Schwab […]

The Great Reset and Its Critics: The Technocrats

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In mid-2020, after COVID-19 and lockdown policies to (unsuccessfully) stop it had spread across the world, the World Economic Forum (WEF) leader Klaus Schwab, along with the man now known as King Charles III of the United Kingdom, announced the Forum’s “Great Reset Initiative” to guide a state-managed, environmentalist, and corporate-aligned reconstruction of the world […]

Demand They Strike Their Colors

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Emily Oster, an economics professor at Brown University, caused a stir with an opinion piece in The Atlantic, the venerable magazine now owned by liberal mega-donor Laurene Powell Jobs through her Emerson Collective. In it, Oster called for a “pandemic amnesty” for those who encouraged ultimately pointless intrusions on life amid COVID-19. This was seized upon by one of […]

The Thesis That Drove American Politics Crazy: The Emerging Democratic Majority

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In 2002, President George W. Bush stood astride the post–September 11 political world and Republicans looked poised to do the unthinkable and strengthen their positions in Congress in a midterm year. Yet liberal scholars John Judis and Ruy Teixeira published a provocative thesis: A new Democratic majority would “emerge” by the end of the decade. […]

Nonprofits and Journalism Update: The 1619 Project

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The Pulitzer Center and the 1619 Project Perhaps the most prominent ostensibly journalistic endeavor since our last review of the media landscape was the “1619 Project,” an effort by controversial New York Times Magazine writer and 2016 MacArthur Foundation fellow Nikole Hannah-Jones to redefine the American founding—from the Revolutionary period to the first importation of enslaved Africans to what would […]

NEA Head Demands More Lockdowns and Masks, Defends Anti-Vaccine Teachers

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When Becky Pringle, the president of America’s largest teachers union, sat down for an interview with The Atlantic, a left-progressive magazine owned by liberal mega-donor she surely expected softball cover from her fellow arch-liberals. However, as the president of the United States discovered when he sat down with a Clinton administration flack-turned-ostensible-journalist this week, even […]

The State of Redistricting 2022: The Coming Commissions

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The Coming Commissions In the 2021 redistricting cycle, 11 states will draw their congressional districts using a commission of some kind. Arizona. Arizona’s independent redistricting commission has not changed in structure since the 2011 redistricting cycle. The structural flaw that led to the Mathismander remains. However, the alignment of the commission may change. Chair Erika Schupak […]