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1619 Project founder Nikole Hannah-Jones claimed that “largely due to socialism” Cuba had the “least inequality between black and white people” while speaking on a Vox podcast in 2019. Joining host Ezra Klein – who has taken trips sponsored by Chinese Communist Party-linked group in exchange for “favorable coverage” of the regime – on his podcast “Conversations,” Jones asserts that Cuba should be a role model to America for integrating schools. “Are there candidates right now or even just places that you think have a viable and sufficiently ambitious integration agenda, and if so, what is it,” Klein asks Jones,
The Vice President of North Carolina’s largest teachers’ association is a self-avowed Marxist activist linked to Liberation Road – a “revolutionary socialist” group that follows the teachings of Karl Marx and Mao Zedong. The “revolutionary” – Bryan Proffitt – leads the North Carolina Association of Educators (NCAE), which boasts over 43,000 members and revenues of over $8,000,000. Socialism for Your Kids. Proffitt previously served as President of the Durham Association of Educators and as a teacher from 2004 to 2015, also earning a spot as a finalist for the Teacher of the Year award among Durham Public Schools. Outside the
Socialism is viewed the most favorably amongst Millennials and Generation Z: 51 percent hold a favorable view of capitalism, while an unsettling 49 percent view socialism favorably, according to a recent Gallup poll. “The radical left often operates outside of reality,” says Morgan Zegers, founder of Young Americans Against Socialism (YAAS). Socialists “reject basic facts and distort history to push their narrative onto innocent, well-intentioned young minds.” “In true leftist fashion, America’s socialists are now pandering to communist China and pushing for the nationalization of major industries during a pandemic crisis,” Zegers explains. Commie propaganda is running amuck in the
This week, a timely new e-book was released making the case for why capitalism is the best system for spreading universal opulence. “The Capitalist Manifesto,” authored by supply-sider Ralph Benko and prominent Tea Party organizer Bill Collier, serves as an easily readable primer on what capitalism is while heading into an election cycle that may challenge this system head on. The e-book, in equal parts, serves as an indictment of the socialist philosophy — which the authors label “neo-feudalism” — and an indictment of the corrosion of capitalism, which the authors blame for capitalism’s waning public support. The e-book
The Washington Post has published a new photo essay that shows in heartbreaking detail how bad the crisis in Venezuela has become. Venezuela was once one of the wealthiest countries in South America, with a strong economy built on the country’s abundant natural resources, especially oil. Its natural beauty brought in one million people and one billion dollars per year. Dictatorial actions by former President Hugo Chavez and current disputed President Nicolas Maduro nationalized the nation’s oil industry and have plunged it into an economic crisis and turned Venezuela back into a third-world country. The national currency is worthless, most
Last week, Senator Steve Daines (R-Mont.) introduced a resolution condemning socialism to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Its full title is “A resolution expressing the sense of the Senate that socialism poses a significant threat to freedom, liberty, and economic prosperity.” Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vt.) failed 2016 campaign in many ways put socialism back on the map in the U.S. The self-avowed, lifelong Marxist brushed up the once rightly maligned term with the label “democratic,” and was able to gain a substantial following from progressive Democrats. Following his loss, the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), which seeks the abolition of private business,
The U.S. economy showed surprising strength in the first quarter of 2019, with initial estimates of GDP growth coming in at a solid 3.2 percent, and more significantly, year-over-year productivity growth hit 2.4 percent — the highest reading since 2010. National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow summed it up best when he said the latest economic data shows the administration is “killing it on the economy,” and President Trump’s economic approval rating has hit a new all-time high. The U.S. economy is off to a great start this year. Here are some economic stories to look out for as we