Tag Archives: critical theory

Seeing the Invisible Revolution

Antonio Gramsci, (grand)father of critical theory

Critical theory has created an invisible revolution in America. The millennial generation, if it would avoid tyranny, must counter this.

1619 – A Date for Disunity

The 1619 Project asserts that ships like this represented the true beginning both of America and of the institution of slavery.

The 1619 Project presents a false historical narrative, both of America and of the institution of slavery. Worse, it brings deliberate harm on young minds.

Critical theory – and a direct counterattack

Critical theory, pragmatism, and post-structuralism and where they intersect

On 29 September 2020 the Conservative Partnership Institute released this memo to President Donald J. Trump. In it they launched a direct counterattack against the latest liberal craze: critical theory. Though they concentrated on critical race theory, their memo addresses concerns that apply to all flavors of critical theory. CNAV urges all regular readers to “sign” this memo and support all efforts to discontinue the use of critical theory in public and private staff orientation and training.

Bari Weiss Explains Everything

James Risen writes for this paper. Bari Weiss resigned from it. Risen told the Times what he thinks, and it is not pretty. More recently, Sarah Palin sued this paper for libel.

Hello this is Darrell Castle with today’s Castle Report. Today I will be talking about the resignation of Bari Weiss from The New York Times. And also what her resignation actually says about the Times, the newspaper of record for America and for the world.