Intellectual History has been debunked among some of America’s native born contributors. The most important intellectuals in America came here from Europe between the two World Wars
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Taking a Decennial Census of all the people residing in the United States is specified in the Constitution, Article I, Section 2, Clause 3. The census is to be achieved by an actual enumeration of all residents. The Census Act of 1790 prescribed that the head of the family give the count of the actual … Continue reading The Enumeration of the 2022 Census was deeply flawed; Congress Should Investigate
Critical Race Theory has its origins as Critical Theory by the Italian Communist Party founder, Antonio Gramsci in 1920 when he was sent to prison, and like many others before and after, he used his time to create a guide for changing society; in Gramsci’s case, recruiting Italian workers to Communism. In the United States, Critical … Continue reading How much have you thought about Critical Race Theory?
Critical Race Theory is neither critical nor theory, but is dangerous. It is so absurd that it resists being debated.
The June 26, 2021 issue of The Washington Post contains a column by Colbert I. King, a regular Post columnist. His title on this offering is, “In D.C., critical race theory is simple truth-telling.” King introduces his essay by stating that five Republican congressmen, led by Glenn Grothman (Wis) have promoted legislation to ban the teaching of critical race … Continue reading Critical Race Theory is Irrelevant Today
I took a college history course called “American Intellectual History” and was embarrassed to be lectured that Americans were thought by European intellectuals as not having any intellectuals worthy of mention. I recall learning Mark Twain intended that A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court was a satire upon America’s lack of “Humanist” intellectual interest. America’s first cluster of … Continue reading Americas Freedom to Reject Intellectualism
Thesis No. One:The United States of America was established to be a Republic of Virtue, by which is meant that the government was intended to be small, efficient and limited in scope. Much of the idealism of the government came from the philosophers of the Scottish Enlightenment. The Constitution of the United States is remarkably … Continue reading Understanding what Democratic Progressivism is Leading to in America
The thesis of the 1619 Project is that all the white, male founders who signed the Declaration of Independence lied about the colonies grievances and falsely claimed to believe all men are created equal. Furthermore, the Constitution was written by mostly the same white, males as signed the Declaration, and its major purpose was to perpetuate slavery. … Continue reading Americans Would have Eliminated Slavery before the Revolution, but for England’s Antipathy
The 1619 Project published in the New York Times Magazine pretends to authenticity but gives history a bad name. It shows none of the attributes and scholarship of history. It is of a kind with bad science, which is to say, it is a fraud upon history. The author, Nikole Hannah-Jones, is a journalist, and based on her portion of … Continue reading The 1619 Project is Nonsense, but not Benign