Commitment to Social Justice: The Bias Guiding CRT Research

The following is a sneak peek into the first few pages from Chapter 3 of my upcoming book on Critical Race Theory. CRT scholarship, like many other fields of the social sciences, is heavily biased and starts from a preconceived notion that racism exists everywhere. As I show in the following piece, social justice researchers … Read more

Critical Theory as the Basic Framework for CRT. A Preview of My Upcoming Book.

The following is a little taste of my upcoming book on Critical Race Theory. Chapter One focuses exclusively on the origins and applications of Critical Theory itself. It is, in my opinion, essential that people understand that the basic precepts of Critical Theory are unstoppable. The state of Florida, for example, has banned the use … Read more

Chinese Thought Reform and Modern Television Programming

Any American who is aware of the nation’s extenuating circumstances can see the blatant leftist propaganda on display in almost any television show. It started in a very innocent, humorous manner, with shows like Everybody Loves Raymond. The main male character, Ray, looks like an idiot in almost everything he does. Did you ever stop … Read more

Ramifications of Political Coercion: Accepting The Uncomfortable Truth

What type of future does America face? Are we winning the struggle to restore our founding principles and system of constitutional governance? Are we even fighting in the right arena, or are we too distracted to pay attention to what is happening where it matters? In my last article, I discussed the ideas of ideological … Read more

Exploring the Concepts and Realities of Ideological Subversion

I was in my local grocery store the other day. It was earlier in the morning than when I usually go. I have been at home all week recovering from carpal tunnel surgery and this was the first time I had been out since. Even though the site has long become a familiar one, we … Read more

Mass Formation Psychosis or GroupThink? Examining the Behavior of Groups in the Context of Covid-19

A new term is gaining popularity. One that is being used to explain the mentality of fear that has taken hold of the public and is driving a false belief that we must surrender our liberties to save ourselves. Interestingly, the term itself was haphazardly thrown out there by the so-called inventor of the mRNA … Read more

Gauging Elaboration Likelihood to Covid-19 Interventions Through The Health Belief Model of Behavioral Change.

On January 7th, the United States Supreme Court will hear arguments concerning President Biden’s vaccine mandate. The issue revolves around whether a government agency, such as OSHA, has the authority to dictate to private businesses that their employees must be vaccinated. Most Americans are not aware that The New England Journal of Medicine floated this … Read more

The Delphi Technique in Educational Planning: Manipulating Opinion to Gain Consensus

I concluded my last article by discussing how deeply embedded the behavioral sciences are in education. Challenging the local school board may be a good start in correcting course, but developing a thorough understanding of how we got here is essential. Even the school board itself is controlled by a process designed to gain consensus … Read more

Fixing Education: The Deeply Embedded Problem of Behavioral Modification Techniques

Americans are awakening to a disturbing reality. The public-school systems which they have trusted to educate their children are nothing more than behavioral modification centers designed to condition their minds for global government. While parents are rightly standing against this indoctrination into liberalism, many attribute it to either the current administration or Obama’s Common Core … Read more

Skinner’s View on Behavior and Critical Race Theory: Achievement and Merit as Social Constructs

I learned a lot about left-wing thinking, and the ideas driving topics like Critical Race Theory as a student in an undergraduate Social Work program. The first semester was deemed the pre-social work semester. This is where the professors weed out those students who don’t share in the field’s ideological underpinnings, like social justice and … Read more

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