nyt-writer-with-history-of-racist-tweets-urges-left-wingers-to-boycott-nyt

In an unconventional move on Friday, New York Times editor Sarah Jeong advised her followers that boycotting the newspaper that employs her is an excellent way to support “dissenting views” within the company. Dissenting from what, exactly, she doesn’t make clear, but obviously she must think something is very wrong at the paper of record…

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the-1859-project:-how-the-birth-of-the-oil-industry-saved-whales-and-propelled-today’s-prosperity

This Aug. 28 marks the 160-year anniversary of the birth of the oil industry, not in Saudi Arabia, but in western Pennsylvania, right here in the United States. Don’t let this day slip by without giving thanks toward an industry that has done so much, including to save the whales, to improve the quality of…

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podcast:-randy-barnett-talks-1619,-liberalism,-and-courtroom-dramas

SUBSCRIBE TO THE FEDERALIST RADIO HOUR HERE. Why do the modern Left and the New York Times insist on reshaping American history around slavery? Randy Barnett, Georgetown Law Professor, joins Ben Domenech on The Federalist Radio Hour to discuss the 1619 project, the death of David Koch, U.S. history through the lens of court cases,…

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slavery-in-america-did-not-begin-in-1619,-and-other-things-the-new-york-times-gets-wrong

The New York Times has published a series of essays about slavery, race, and American politics under the heading “1619 Project.” These essays cover an enormous amount of terrain: music, constitutional theory, economics, management, ethnic identity, and more. Many conservatives responded negatively, which at first perplexed me. Slavery was a huge part of American history…

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the-1519-project:-how-early-spanish-explorers-took-down-a-mass-murdering-indigenous-cult

The New York Times officially announced its new 1619 Project to “to reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are.” Constantly now, Americans are called upon to…

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no,-america-wasn’t-built-on-slavery,-but-faith-that-all-men-are-created-equal

It’s there in plain sight. Spelled-out in its mission statement, the New York Times’ 1619 Project seeks to “reframe” American history to mark the year 1619 as the “true founding.” By doing so, the project will “[place] the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center” of the American story.…

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the-ghost-of-john-c.-calhoun-haunts-today’s-american-left

It’s impossible to understand The New York Times’ 1619 Project as anything but sweeping historical revisionism in the service of contemporary left-wing politics. The gist of the project, named for the year the first Africans were brought to North America to be sold as slaves, is that everything about America, from our capitalist economy to…

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us.-history-doesn’t-need-to-be-‘reframed’-around-identity-politics;-it-already-has-been

The New York Times has launched the 1619 Project, an attempt, they say, to “reframe” American history. It is an effort to center slavery as the key element of the American story, in part by making 1619, the year the first African slaves arrived here, the starting point of the United States. Its not entirely…

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