BOOOOOOOM!!! GO MAMA BEAR!!! pic.twitter.com/lnOLu5tkxS — il Donaldo Trumpo (@ilSharko) June 10, 2021 Critical Race Theory (CRT) is touted by Liberals as a necessary WOKE transition for America's school curriculum. It shapes America's cultural and historical issues through the lens of 18th and 19th century slavery. The claim is that slavery still creates inequity for Black people to this day. Advocates claim it's nothing more than accurate American history. Skeptics see it as just another lightly challenged indoctrination of children to lock them in as Liberals. Woke youngens conveniently skip over the Greatest Generation, the survivors of the Great Depression who found the fortitude to storm Normandy Beach and Iwo Jima and thousands of other World War II deathtraps to crush Nazi and Japanese
📻 @DrRickyLJones analyzes McGrath vs Booker, political courage, Black Power in 2020, equal decision making with White people, and why Sammy Sosa is dead to him. 🎙 @840WHAS audio ▶️ https://t.co/VG39nSjGdL #race #community #BlackLivesMatter 📸 @Utterback13 @courierjournal pic.twitter.com/kcYe4qd8Xz— Terry Meiners (@terrymeiners) June 24, 2020 Those who want to see everything through a lens of race and class, judging individuals based on immutable characteristics, pretend to be fighting the very thing they are enacting. And none of us wish to speak up because we have been bullied into silence. Anyway how was your day?— Sean Ono Lennon (@seanonolennon) June 24, 2020
University of Kentucky President Dr. Eli Capilouto visited my radio studio today to talk about UK growth, confederacy rallies, free speech, race, and student body diversity. Dr. Ricky Jones, an education colleague of Capilouto's, was also in my radio studio to chat with the UK president on cultural issues. Dr. Jones and I discussed colorblind relief help during Houston flooding and the number of people who are trying to get him fired from UofL, the newspaper, and our radio station.
Thanks to my media buddies, we were able to raise over $100,000 for Seven Counties Services in a "Roast & Toast" on March 3, 2016. Also contributing were Denny Crum, Dawne Gee, Dean Corbett, John Boel, Mitch McConnell, John Yarmuth, and Dick Vitale.