‘Debunking The 1619 Project’ Reveals The Difference Between History And Propaganda

Historian Mary Grabar's book, 'Debunking The 1619 Project,' provides lots of useful historical context and facts to counter The New York Times' racial sophistry.
Auguste Meyrat By 

When discussing The 1619 Project—a series of essays that argue the history of America’s founding was a racist endeavor to preserve and perpetuate slavery—it’s important to realize that it is fundamentally a work of journalism, not actual history. Doing what they do best, some writers for The New York Times put together a leftist narrative based on partial truths, dubious scholarship, and outright fabrications that they packaged as something new and significant.

As such, it is mostly immune to criticism or correction. Like most fake news, the accounts were read, accepted, and processed before those with actual knowledge could respond with the truth. Numerous historians eventually came out against the 1619 Project, even one who was consulted for the project itself, and all were either ignored or at best placated with cosmetic changes to some of the project’s advertisements. CONTINUE READING >>>

Yuri Bezmenov’s Marxist Crisis Is Near
by  (American Spectator)  November 9, 2021
Demoralization. Destabilization. Crisis. Normalization.

Long-time readers of this column will remember those four words from an entry in this space exactly 17 months ago. That entry, a column entitled “Four Stages of Marxist Takeover: The Accuracy of Yuri Bezmenov,” was the most heavily trafficked item of mine last year, and either the busiest or one of the busiest on The American Spectator‘s entire site in 2020.

That happened for a reason. Namely, that it described exactly what was happening in America, and why there was a method to the apparent madness. CONTINUE READING >>>


Founder of Weather Channel Destroys CNN on Climate Change Hysteria

New Video Angle Further Debunks Claims that Mounted Border Patrol Agent Struck Migrant

A United States Border Patrol agent on horseback tries to stop a Haitian migrant from entering an encampment on the banks of the Rio Grande near the Acuna Del Rio International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas on September 19, 2021. - The United States said Saturday it would ramp up …
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