Despite calls to cancel the Bard, NPR reports that black theater actors and directors are adapting Shakespeare’s plays in innovative new productions and interpretations, taking their place in a long, storied history of performances and a worldwide legacy that embraces all ethnicities. Earlier this year, a movement was afoot to cancel, or at least greatly… Continue reading Shakespeare: Is there at least one dead white dude worthy of redemption?
New rulings on a loan forgiveness program aimed at disadvantaged farmers and ranchers reaffirm America’s commitment to equality under the law. The government cannot address discrimination in the past with discrimination in the present. This fundamental principle stands strong, for now at least... The American Rescue Plan signed into law by President Joe Biden earlier… Continue reading The courts are standing up for racial equality, where do you stand?
A former Senator, a current Congresswoman, a publicly funded media outlet, and an out of control activist all take aim at Independence Day and our Founding documents. Instead of celebrating America, they insist on bashing it. Can’t we just have a single day where America is great before we get back into our partisan corners?… Continue reading The odd way some liberals celebrate the Fourth of July
Immediately after Derek Chauvin is found guilty of murdering George Floyd, progressives try to turn a completely different incident into another racial firestorm, but the similarities are non-existent. In this case, the police respond to a melee in progress to find a woman assaulting people with a knife. Believe it or not, there was a… Continue reading Ohio shooting: This is why conservatives don’t trust liberals on racial issues