Psychology in Public School: From John Dewey to Brock Chisholm

It is hard to describe what I am feeling. I watch the news, and the created perception that somehow Biden is going to be held accountable for having classified documents in his possession, and all I can think is that we are somehow being mocked. Our media masters, after all, have admitted to us in … Read more

The Use of Entertainment and the Elaboration Likelihood Model of Persuasion in Education

  “At this very moment in our country, an elaborate research project into motivation is going on, whose object is to find out why and what the buyer likes to buy. What makes him tick? The aim is to bypass the resistance barriers to the buying public.” (Meerloo, 1956, p. 67) Americans are rapidly awakening … 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

Controlling Public Perception: Understanding the Nature of Mass Media and Propaganda

I have long believed Americans need to shut off the mass media and pay close attention to what it is science has learned about the mind. Too many people, despite the obvious efforts of the media to propagandize us, still cling to their chosen brand of news as a reliable source of information. They don’t … 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

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

Commitment to Social Justice: The Bias Guiding CRT Research

The following is a sneak peek into the first few pages of Chapter 3 of my 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 deliberately … 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

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