Black people are the major victims of the grossly rotten education in our big-city schools. The average black 12th-grader can read, write, and compute no better than a white seventh- or eighth-grader.
“White boys could soon self-identify as black girls in Delaware.”
Is early childhood development now a political issue? According to New York psychoanalyst Erica Komisar, author of a new book, “Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters,” it is.
Massachusetts could become the third state to further the transgender agenda via driver’s licenses and other forms of identification.
Local leaders labeled the incidents as racist and told the public that statements like “it’s okay to be white” would not be tolerated.
Sex reassignment is as natural as being born, some in the media tell us. And many Americans are buying it. But a growing chorus of dissenters made up of physicians, researchers, and even transgender individuals is beginning to paint a far different picture of the truth.
This book is not for the fainthearted. Certain characters openly demean the dignity of African-Americans. Evil is put on full display. But that is exactly the point, and it’s what the Biloxi school board fails to grasp.
While politically progressive states such as Vermont are often viewed as bastions of racial equality, MoveOn Manchester’s members say there is ample evidence that racism is a real issue in the state.
The National Science Foundation is spending $138,000 to gain a deeper understanding of the “internal sense of gender identity” of 4-year-old children.