Understanding CRT Research: Creating a Nuanced Perception of Racism in America

Nothing will drive a person crazy on a Sunday morning like reading up on some good old Critical Race Theory research. I find it both fascinating and disturbing at the same time. Fascinating in the sense that the theory itself has become so adept at turning everything into an issue of structural racism, and troubling … Read more

Understanding the Tenets Driving Critical Race Research in Medicine

    Last week, Fox News ran a story about Critical Race Theory being a part of the curriculum in several of the nation’s top medical schools. This is not surprising, as CRT itself is a theoretical research model used to examine the so-called – structural systems of discrimination – which oppress minorities in America. … Read more

A CRT of State: A New Area of Critical Race Research

Here I sit once again, a typical Sunday morning where I spend a great deal of time reading and writing. While I generally have no problem coming up with topics that interest me, conveying the message to readers in a way they would find not only interesting but helpful, is the challenge. I am often … Read more

Queer Theory and the Deconstruction of Identity: Understanding Critical Theory Research

    On any given day, a scroll through social media produces videos of parents challenging local school boards over sexually explicit material children are exposed to in public schools. In the past week alone, I have seen several, and one even made headlines. An Iowa mother showed up at the school board meeting dressed … Read more

Exploring the Biased Methods of Critical Race Research: Naturalistic Inquiry and the Psychology of White Racism

In my last article, I discussed something called the new racial ideology, and the idea that racism has become an inescapable concept. This is a fancy way of describing how the left has redefined the word racism in much the same way they have other words. The definition of fascism, for example, now reflects a … Read more

Abstract Liberalism and Colorblindness: Making Racism an Inescapable Concept

Many Americans believe we have overcome racism. It is evident that African Americans have the same opportunities to excel and pursue their life ambitions as anyone else does. Black people are just as much a part of American society as White people, and enjoy the same rights, privileges, and protections of law as White people … Read more

CRT or Critical Theories on Race? Understanding the Difference

A story was released on September 17, from Leesburg, Virginia, highlighting a fifth-grade teacher who had quit her job in tears because she refused to teach her children Critical Race Theory. This is becoming more common as the ideological indoctrination methods of the left are being firmly implanted in all our educational systems. If you … Read more

Critical Race Research Methods: Looking for Racism Among White Gun Owners

The second amendment appears to be winning some major victories after the New York State Pistol and Rifle Association v. Bruen Supreme Court case. The court decided that any restrictions against gun rights must be viewed from the traditional and historical understanding of the amendment when it was written and that a two-step approach to … Read more

Eliminating Race-Based Quotas Harms Minorities Argue CRT Scholars

In my book, A Critical Look at CRT in Education, Research, and Social Policy, I discuss the core tenets that make up Critical Race Theory and the fact that it is much more than meets the eye. Since the Obama days, Americans have awakened to the rampant use of race as a weapon, with terms … Read more

Racial Realism and the Perpetrator Perspective: Understanding the Tenets Driving Critical Race Theory

  President Biden recently remarked on his latest move to forgive student loan debt. These remarks show the real racist attitudes that America contends with every day. Racist attitudes that show where the real racism is. The heart of the Democrat party. Biden stated that student debt burdened Black and Hispanic students more because they … Read more

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