Category Archives: identity politics

Why are Madison middle school principals leaving?

WANTED: More Milton McPikes, fewer guilt mongers  Obsessed with identity politics, Madison school board member Ali Muldrow posts on social media an article headlined:  “The discomfort of white adults should never take priority over the success of our black and brown … Continue reading

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Madison teachers say ‘society is murdering black & brown people’

Your Madison public school teachers in action! You may not learn to read at Madison schools but they’ll teach identity politics! Virtue-signaling 101 From the Madison Teachers Inc. website: We are a group of educators planning a Black Lives Matter … Continue reading

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Schools without discipline will fail

A scathing indictment from a Madison liberal We have been reporting many of the same facts and conclusions presented here but coming from a mainstream liberal with impeccable credentials just maybe Madison will wake up. Peter Anderson is a longtime … Continue reading

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Hollywood smugness gets its comeuppance

Was Robert deNiro amused? And the winner for Courage in the Face of Liberal Arrogance award goes to … All hail Ricky Gervais! The British comedian did what the American Left only prattles about but never practices: he afflicted the … Continue reading

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Here Madison schools go again?

Jennifer Cheatham, redux? In a school district obsessed by identity politics, the three finalists to become the next superintendent of Madison’s public schools fit the bill. The finalists are: •   Matthew Gutierrez, superintendent of a small school district in … Continue reading

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Affirmative Action for Democrats

The party of  pandering to identity politics reaps what it sows America once was praised as a meritocracy. It is now damned as such. ⇒ The author of The Meritocracy Trap argues that meritocracy is a “pretense, constructed to rationalize an … Continue reading

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