Look what they’re erasing from U.S. history books!

American heroes could get swapped for hip-hop culture in textbooks

Chelsea Schilling WorldNetDaily 2/11/2010

A state board of only 15 people will vote on whether to revise U.S. textbooks to omit references to Daniel Boone, Gen. George Patton, Nathan Hale, Columbus Day and Christmas.

The Texas State Board of Education will also vote on a […]

English-Only Bookstore Stirs up Controversy in New Haven

By John Christoffersen, Associated Press via CNSNews.com January 22, 2010

New Haven, Conn. (AP) – A popular bookstore and cafe near Yale University wants its many Hispanic employees to speak English only around customers, sparking controversy in immigrant-friendly New Haven, where students fight for immigrant rights.

Atticus Bookstore and Cafe recently issued a policy stating […]

Conservatives under attack: Black, Gay, Lesbian

At Common American Journal we know many conservatives are entrenched in the belief that gay and lesbian people cannot be conservative in their political preferences. It’s unfathomable to us, but the belief sadly prevails. Fortunately the arena for this ideology is shrinking more every year thanks in large part to the blogsphere and some brilliant […]

Review: Mamet’s Compelling ‘Race’ Makes Explosive Case Against Political Correctness

Larry O’Connor BigHollywood.com 1/21/2010

The first thing you need to know about “Race,” the new play by David Mamet currently running at the Barrymore Theatre on Broadway, is that it isn’t really about race. Well, not entirely about race.

The setting is a conference room of a law firm. Henry Brown (David Alan Grier) and […]

The legitimacy of profiling

A dereliction in overlooking the obvious

By John Winn Washington Times 12/30/2009

In light of the attempted Christmas Day bombing aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253, it was certainly appropriate that President Obama directed a review of airline screening policies and procedures.

It is unlikely, however, that the current administration will re-evaluate long-standing policies prohibiting ethnic […]

Steyn: Major Nidal Hasan had an enabler

All those red flags but no one did anything. Political correctness took the lives of 14 people.

by Mark Steyn Macleans.ca Thursday, November 26, 2009

…a constrained and regulated culture policed by politically correct enforcers leads to slaughter. I’m not being speculative here…It’s already happened, just a couple of weeks back. Thirteen men and […]