Category Archives: identity politics

At least they’re not the Cleveland Progressives!

Sock-a-lexit to me! One of my journalism professors so long ago at UW-Oshkosh was a Korean-born man named Holim Kim. He was intrigued when I answered that my European nationality was German-Bohemian. That seemed to fit my hippy appearance in … Continue reading

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Did you know? Historic preservation is racist!

A Madison alder told us so  One of the more stupid, only-in-Madison proposals was an alder’s motion to jigger ordinances governing the height of buildings in order to preserve the view of Lake Mendota from a privately owned dwelling. That … Continue reading

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Dissenters will be ostracized

The politics of guilt It is the equivalent of the perpetual motion machine. Your opposition to Critical Race Theory is proof of your implicit racism. So says the editor of The Capital Times, which wears whatever fashion progressivism dictates this … Continue reading

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A Federalist Society for teachers!

And more choices for school board! At least our progressive … acquaintances recognize the toxicity of critical race theory because they deny teaching it (but if they did it would be O.K.) When you fire a white “positive behavior coach” … Continue reading

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Quit trying to help Haiti

Might benign neglect help America’s ‘underclass’? When #45 talked about “[hell]hole countries,” he had places like Haiti in mind. The poorest nation in the western hemisphere is a nightmarish dystopia. Denuded, eroded, uneducated, disease-ridden, defeated, and riven by superstition. Now … Continue reading

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Critical race theory teaches hate

CRT does NOT teach history The Wisconsin State Journal recently named two women and one black man to take the stink off an editorial board consisting entirely of white men. It’s what you have to do these days. Just hope … Continue reading

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