What is Critical Race Theory -- Black Pastor and Attorney Explains How it's Designed to Transform America Away from its Founding Principles
- By Christian Newswire
WASHINGTON -- At a time that our nation's media spotlights race and oppression, Americans hear about Critical Race Theory and wonder why anyone would oppose a critical look at racial turmoil.
But Marc Little, a pastor and attorney, explains that CRT is not what it looks like. In a national column published at Townhall, Marc Little wrote "To those who believe Critical Race Theory is a vehicle to discuss race in America, they mistake the goal of CRT, which has little, if anything, to do with race."
Little, who is the Executive Director of CURE America Action that is headquartered in Washington, DC, which advocates for public policy with the messages of Christianity, Capitalism, and the Constitution across the nation, remarked that the academic theory rejects our founding principles. In his column, Little said "It demands equality in outcomes or worse, it demands to invert economic realities."
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Crisis Mismanagement: Biden's Struggles to Respond
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
Maybe the reason Joe Biden isn't responding to the world's crises is because he hasn't gotten permission to! In some of the most revealing comments about the administration to date, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki raised plenty of eyebrows when she implied that the 78-year-old is on a short leash in public. They are the ones calling the shots -- Biden admitted, not him. And if that doesn't disturb you, Joe Concha argued, it should.
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Urge your U.S. Senators to oppose both S. 1 and H.R. 1
- By John Birch Society
URGENT: The Senate Rules Committee tied 9-9 in a May 11 vote on S. 1. Under the Senate’s rules, the tie does not kill S. 1, and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) will force a floor vote in the coming weeks. Urge your U.S. Senators to oppose both S. 1 and H.R. 1.
H.R. 1, sponsored by John Sarbanes (D-Md.) and co-sponsored by Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), was introduced on January 4, 2021, immediately after start of the 117th Congress. The Senate version, S. 1, sponsored by Senator Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.), has 48 co-sponsors and was introduced on March 17, 2021.
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Millions More Proposed for Senate, House Chambers Under State Spending Plan
- By Rick Brundrett - The Nerve
The Senate’s version of the state budget for the upcoming fiscal year includes more than $1.2 billion in surplus money, though none of it would be refunded to taxpayers.
Instead, senators would spend $4.2 million of the windfall on its own chamber and give another $2.2 million from the surplus to the House chamber, budget records reviewed by The Nerve show.
And that’s on top of $23.7 million and $5.8 million surpluses that the House and Senate chambers, respectively, carried over into this fiscal year, according to state comptroller general records. The 2022 fiscal year starts July 1.
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What The Founders Feared
- By Major General Donald A. McGregor, USAF (Ret.) - The New American
The U.S. National Guard has been ordered by the federal government to act as a longterm security force at the Capitol. This is against the will of the Founders.
Fox News published an article on March 11 entitled “Defense Secretary Austin overruled National Guard chief on keeping troops at Capitol: memo.” To the average reader, this may appear to be a sensationalized story throwing fuel on the embers of an already charred issue in our Capitol. But the story captures the growing and troubling divide between the secretary of defense and the chief of the National Guard Bureau over the appropriate use of the National Guard, and reveals a much larger and more concerning dilemma — something our Founding Fathers feared most.
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Biden's Big Government Works Overtime for Unemployment
- By Tony Perkins - Family Research Council
The evidence of it is everywhere -- at restaurants, factories, construction sites, even want ads. A couple in Chattanooga couldn't even go out to dinner without being greeted by a sign that read: "We are short staffed. Please be patient... No one wants to work anymore." In Indiana, the head of a trailer company told reporters, "I've never seen it this bad." Employers offer to pay more, give night and weekend incentives, and still -- they can't seem to find any applicants. "There's too much free money sitting out there to stay home," one said. And if something doesn't change -- and fast -- the worker shortage will be the least of America's worries.
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The death blow: An Article V convention to replace our Constitution
- By Publius Huldah - RenewAmerica.com
Open your eyes and see what is going on in our country. If you don't face up to reality right now and act accordingly, we are doomed.
The fight over whether to have an Article V convention isn't between Republicans and Democrats, or liberals and "conservatives." It is spiritual warfare between those who want to keep our biblically-based Constitution of 1787  and godless revolutionaries who want to get rid of our Constitution and set up the New World Order.
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