Cloward and Piven, Universal Basic Income and the Failure of Welfare Reform

The New York Times ran an article praising President Biden’s 1.9 trillion-dollar relief bill as one of the nation’s biggest accomplishments. Comparing it to Bill Clinton’s welfare reform of 1996, which was supposed to decrease the number of people dependent on the government, this bill is being hailed as one that will lead to a … Read more

Picking up Where Marxism Failed: Hegemony, Counter Hegemony and Gramsci’s War of Position.

I believe any serious attempt to fight the illogic of the left, requires a thorough understanding of their worldview and its origins. It is easy to say that the Democrats are pushing a Marxist strategy, and the intense focus on race and white supremacy, for example, attempt to divide and conquer, if you will. Marxism … Read more

Methodologies of Critical Race Theory Part Two: Racist Mathematics

In my last article, I discussed some methods being used to examine education through a Critical Race Theory perspective. Critical multicultural analysis and critical contextual analysis are research models used to examine power relationships and the ways dominant cultures allegedly, oppress minorities. These concepts are applied to mathematics as well. Math education has been viewed … Read more

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