U.S. History

What Did DC Churches Do When the Spanish Flu Struck Again?

"A very different response is found in Rev. Francis J. Grimke.... Grimke acknowledged that there was some 'considerable grumbling' regarding the closing of churches. But he also offers a defense: 'The fact that the churches were places of religious gathering, and the others not, would not affect in the least the health question involved.

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“I am working with my colleagues at the National Association of Scholars on what we call the ‘1620 Project’”

"The reader who wishes to wade in deeper to these waters will get an assist from Philip Magness’s bibliography on 'The 1619 Project Debate,' at least as it stood on January 3. Still more assistance can be found on John Fea’s website, 'The Way of Improvement Leads Home,' which has been tracking 'The 1619 Project: Debate Continues.'" - ITakeout 

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“The New York Times is introducing revisionist history about race in America into classrooms across the nation without the normal peer review expected of educational materials”

"The [1619] project, a collaboration between the New York Times Magazine and the Pulitzer organization, has mushroomed into a movement to re-educate Americans with novel claims about how deeply racism is embedded at America’s core. As of February 2020, five public school systems had adopted the 1619 Project’s curriculum district-wide. Its free teaching materials had reached 3,500 classrooms." - W. Examiner

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“In abortion publishing, Christians and other pro-lifers are badly losing the history war.”

"One result: The New York Times just last month (Dec. 13) could blandly assert the fake history consensus that 'in the 17th and 18th centuries, abortion was legal under common law' through the first 16 weeks and 'not considered immoral or murderous.' ...We need to challenge such falsehoods" - Marvin Olasky

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Why We Need to Take Education Back to Past Practices

"... our public schools and universities cannot be places where virtue is taught, primarily because we as a society can hardly agree on the meaning of the word. Most of our schools no longer recognize character formation as 'being the ultimate end of all instruction.'" - Intellectual Takeout

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