We live in loony times. You are free to pick a gender. Racial differences are “social constructs,” a fancy way of saying they are just made up, usually by “white supremacists.” Yes, loony times indeed, and all these nutty notions come from the political left and from traditionally Caucasian nations.
Caucasian is a five-dollar way to say white folks.
The looney times do not exist in Asia, Africa or Latin America to any extent you’d notice.
In the United States, the nutty notions exist almost exclusively in the noodles of people who cast their votes for the Democrat Party or, as I prefer labeling it, the Democrat Socialist Party because it’s all about freebies and redistribution of income, which is a snazzy way of saying taking your earnings and giving it to someone else.
But today we are focusing on just one element of the wackiness, that racial differences do not exist.
And yet again, we turn to the wonderful mind of Simon Webb, the Brit historian we often cite here for wisdom, accuracy and clear thinking, none of which are widespread traits.
Those of us who know races are different customarily focus on skin color, but that’s only part of it. There are lots of racial differences, and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise.
Remember when much of Texas froze in the dark for days last winter because its power grid wasn’t up to the task? The Energy State! The fault lay with the state’s over-reliance on renewable energy sources, which failed miserably.
It was widely reported back then that the problem was renewable energy, but the explanation was not as informative and succinct as this brief video from PragerU. Enjoy and learn, amigos.
This brief video focuses on the corrupt administrative state in America. It was reining in this administrative state that was the focus of much of Trump’s presidency, and that was, to a great degree, why he was brought down, his presidency taken away from him.
The administrative state is now back in the saddle. A large segment of the administrative state are men and women, unelected and unaccountable to anyone, whose work consists of issuing endless rules and regulations.
Hillsdale College is one of the few institutions of higher learning in the United States that continues to educate. It also provides online talks on significant topics by informed people from all walks of life.