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Nolte: Joe Biden Lied About Having a Coronavirus Plan

His Fraudulency Joe Biden admitted on Friday that throughout his campaign he lied about having a plan to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

“There’s nothing we can do to change the trajectory of the pandemic in the next several months,” His Fraudulency said Friday during a press conference where he signed a couple more executive orders.

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The far-Left New York Times laughably dubbed China Joe the "most religious" president in 50 years.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Why is Joe Biden being called the most religious president upset you so.  Thought that what you want!
 
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Biden has embraced lunatic ‘critical race theory’ — but you can still fight it

By Max Eden

January 25, 2021 | 8:17pm | Updated

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Biden has embraced lunatic ‘critical race theory’ — but you can still fight it
President Joe Biden has signed a number of executive orders, including one restoring critical race theory training for federal agencies and federal contractors.Getty Images
 

On his first day in office, President Biden rescinded the Trump administration’s executive order prohibiting critical race theory training for federal agencies and federal contractors. This is a sad reversal for Americans committed to colorblindness in public life. But while the president’s order is binding at the federal level, state legislators still have a say in the matter. They should not shrink from resisting this pernicious philosophy.

Critical race theory understands the world by viewing everything — society, economics, education, family, science — through the lens of “whiteness” and white racism. White people, according to CRT, drift in a kind of amniotic fluid of privilege and unearned gifts based on the brutal ideology of “white supremacy.”

Critical race theory includes values such as hard work, objectivity, deferred gratification, family and respect for the written word as intrinsically racist and claims that by “centering” these values American culture relentlessly suppresses black achievement while boosting white mediocrity into advancement.

The “theory” — unfalsifiable because any argument against it can be dismissed as an expression of “white fragility” — demands that whites relinquish their unearned societal privilege and work to uproot racism from their own minds and from society at large.

CRT training sessions have become standard across academia, public education, corporate America and government. Highly paid experts in indoctrination conduct multi-day seminars explaining how racist attitudes infect even the purest intentions and why white employees are and will always be racist.

When they see it for what it really is, most Americans abhor critical race theory. President Donald Trump’s order declared that it would be “the policy of the United States not to promote race or sex stereotyping or scapegoating in the Federal workforce . . . and not to allow grant funds to be used for these purposes.”

President Biden’s reimposition of CRT training in the federal government is shameful. But it need not be the end of the story. Now is the time for governors and state legislators to step up — and to remember that these ideas don’t withstand scrutiny. In a state legislative committee hearing, the argument for colorblindness will always carry the day. As viewed through state and local media — where journalists are more likely to see their jobs as presenting both sides of controversies, rather than advancing the cause of social justice — the case against critical race theory will win hearts and minds.

To fight this battle at the state level is to win it — and to win it is to maintain a country founded on the ideal that all men are created equal. Not to fight this battle is to lose it — and to lose it is to concede that America should be a society that judges people based on the color of their skin, not the content of their character.

The only thing stopping state leaders is the political attacks sure to follow. If the past year provides any indication, CRT critics will be labeled by the national media and Twitter blue-checks as racists.

After Trump defended, and Biden criticized, his order at the first presidential debate, NPR issued a “fact check” declaring: “Racial Sensitivity Training Is Not Racist.”

It explained that “racial sensitivity training, which addresses topics like white privilege and critical race theory, is aimed at creating inclusive workplaces for women and people of color.” Thus, only those harboring racial bias could oppose such efforts.

State leaders will have to decide whether imparting America’s principles to the next generation is worth the price of being excoriated on social media.

If they decide that this is a price worth paying, they’ll pass laws prohibiting state and local government agencies, government contractors and most importantly schools from using taxpayer money to indoctrinate adults and children into an ideology of racial and sexual scapegoating.

Max Eden is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Adapted from City Journal.

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Equity: The New Equality
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Tuesday isn’t just for tacos anymore. Yesterday was Joe Biden’s Equity Tuesday when he highlighted his administration’s extensive plans for upping racial “equity” by undermining the 14th Amendment’s promise of “equal protection of the laws.”

“Equity” has become the dog-whistle term used to alert the Woke that you intend to deliver to them the equality of outcome they desire rather than the equality of opportunity they deserve. Politicians who laud “equity” are, in effect, inevitably promising racial quotas at the expense of the careers of competent white men and their families.

Granted, America has already been doing exactly that for the 52 years of the Affirmative Action Era. But the Biden administration promises to do it harder, much harder.

For some years now, the buzzword “equity” has been oozing out of the lowbrow fever swamps of the Schools of Education, where it had emerged as the politically correct replacement for the time-honored but therefore now-problematic term “equality.”

To the Woke, the only acceptable meaning for “equality” is that they should be handed wealth equal to what you and yours have earned.

But many Americans believe in equality of opportunity rather than in equality of outcome. This makes arguing about equality a more or less fair fight, which is not what the Woke want. They hate it when you tell them you favor equality of opportunity rather than of outcome.

Also, “equality” sounds rather mathematical, and math is racist. “Equity,” in contrast, is moralistic. The Woke aren’t too good at math, but they are unrivaled at moralizing about why they deserve your money.

So they’ve junked their once sacred virtue of egalite in favor of “equity,” which they’ve predefined as meaning that they are good and must get more cash and that you are bad and must ante up.

Thus, the word equality is falling out of fashion. For example, Harvard economist Raj Chetty has recently changed the name of his formerly au courant Equality of Opportunity Project to Opportunity Insights.

Hence, the rise in popularity of the word “equity,” a confusing but pleasing term that has connotations of fairness, justice, law, investments, and homeownership. “Equity” has traditionally had so many different technical definitions—a branch of law that was once distinct from the common law; the common stock of a corporation; or the value of a property above the amount of its mortgage—that it makes the person using the word sound smart, while disarming the confidence of listeners. (“She must be using ‘equity’ in one of those weird ways that educated people use. I’d better just nod along and not ask any questions so nobody will notice I don’t understand.”)

A cartoon popular with nice white lady schoolteachers illustrates the current distinction between the bad old concept of equality and the good new ideal of equity. It shows three freeloaders undocumented ticket-holders trying to watch a Major League Baseball game by sneaking peeks over the outfield fence by each standing on a box. But, under Equality, the balding father is too moronic to notice that his smallest son still can’t see.

 

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Under Equity, however, the more childlike races are given extra booster boxes to raise them up. This notion of lifting up the racially immature thrills nice white lady schoolteachers no end.

Curiously, if taken literally, the cartoon would seem to imply that the fathers ought to be responsible for forgoing their own convenience to help their deprived sons. But instead, everybody knows that what the cartoon really proves is The White Man Must Pay.

Although “equity” jargon started out in pink-collar seminars, it has spread to the commanding heights of the power structure.

The day before the election, for example, Kamala Harris tweeted herself narrating in her grating voice a humiliatingly awful animation about mountain-climbing equity. After all, everybody knows that the only thing holding back blacks from winning all the mountain-climbing championships (climbers do have championships, right?) is white racism.

Yet, the artists, and perhaps the vice president as well, appear to have never gotten more than ten feet off the ground without the aid of an escalator.

You owe it to yourself to watch this video:

If you want, you can mute the vice president’s thin, braying voice-over and less painfully read her words here:

“So there’s a big difference between equality and equity. Equality suggests, ‘Oh, everyone should get the same amount.’ The problem with that—not everybody’s starting out from the same place. So, if we’re all getting the same amount but you started out back there and I started out over here…you’re still going to be that far back behind me…. It’s about giving everyone the resources and the support they need, so that everyone can be on equal footing and then compete on equal footing.”

But do watch the video: It’s wonderfully lame.

Kamala’s cartoon depicts a black mountain climber as being too stupid to follow the trail to the cliff chosen by his smarter white partner. Thus, the discriminated-against black man can’t reach the magic rope that somehow pulls the privileged white mountaineer up as if he’s riding a ski-resort towrope. (In reality, climbers use ropes for safety, not to be effortlessly winched up the incline by an invisible mechanism.) The racist rope makes the black guy sad, so he sulks.

But then, apparently, a vast Biden-Harris Administration equity initiative elevates the entire crust of the earth. Now the black climber is finally at the starting place he should have been at if only he’d imitated the white guy. In the happy ending, the black climber joins his white friend on the summit, where, side by side, they stare into the big gay sunset.

Republicans have been trained to denounce this as “Marxism,” but it’s actually Kendiism, the ideology of the enterprising capitalist/antiwhite racist Ibram X. Kendi, who has made a fortune lecturing that any racial inequality in performance is proof of inequity.

But it’s safer for whites to sputter against Marxism than to deny Kendiism. Who dares tell Professor Kendi that the main reason in 2021 that blacks tend to perform poorly on many measures is not white racism?

Therefore, Kamala sums up that “equitable treatment means we all end up at the same place.”

And yet…Kamala and Joe didn’t end up at the same place as everybody else. It’s almost as if “equity” applies to you and yours but not to the Bidens, Harrises, and Kendis.

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The Washington Examiner

Biden's politically correct assault on girls sports

 
 | January 26, 2021 12:00 AM
 

President Biden has signed an executive order forcing schools that accept public funding to allow biological boys to compete in girls sports. His Department of Education is also expected to flip sides on two transgender sports battles: defending Connecticut’s law, which has the same effect, and fighting against Idaho’s law, which would preserve the integrity of girls sports.

Biden's action is a repudiation of science, an eradication of equal opportunities for female athletes, and a contradiction to basic common sense.

The biological reality of gendered sports is clear to anyone who watches. The occasion for the lawsuit against Connecticut is that two biological men were dominating women’s track championships and breaking women’s records. In soccer, the world champion U.S. Women’s National Team was soundly defeated, 5-2, in a scrimmage against the under-15 boys' squad for a middling Major League Soccer franchise. And you are likely to see more slam dunks in an average boys' high school basketball game than in any given game of the WNBA.

According to World Rugby, athletes who have undergone male puberty are, on average, “stronger by 25%-50%, are 30% more powerful, 40% heavier, and about 15% faster” than their female counterparts. The science on testosterone and muscle mass has been clear as well. Male athletes have a biological advantage over girls, no matter how they identify. Biden might as well sign an order allowing high school athletes to compete in the same leagues as seventh and eighth graders.

Sports are supposed to be a formative experience for high school athletes in which friendly competition encourages them to work harder. It’s where they learn the value of teamwork and coaching, even in individual sports. But that experience will be ruined for girls across the country whenever they line up on the field or on the track, knowing they face a biological disadvantage against a male athlete that no amount of practice or expertise can overcome.

This isn’t just a matter of fairness. Each transgender athlete takes a spot on a team, or a spot in competition, away from a female athlete. A biological male winning a women’s track championship not only deprives a woman athlete of the experience of victory but also fills a valuable placement that could affect scholarship offers to biological females.

This anti-woman policy is being propounded in the name of a politically correct gender ideology that rejects basic biological facts about men and women in the name of “tolerance.” This gender ideology now demands the submission of all who question it, under penalty of lawfare and personal cancellation. As groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union try to bludgeon states into relenting to this unscientific activist push, Biden is turning his back on female athletes, leaving them to fend for themselves.

Girls deserve a fair and equal playing field in sports. They deserve an opportunity to compete at the highest level and to win or lose based on their own abilities. Wielding the power of the presidency, Biden has denied them this.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/bidens-politically-correct-assault-on-girls-sports

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Ah,  use of violence is justified.    No surprise here based on poster.  

(Build it) my way or the highway.

The Roach character was inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Surprised people didn't demand that thing be dynamited.

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The Washington Examiner

Biden's politically correct assault on girls sports

 
 | January 26, 2021 12:00 AM
 

President Biden has signed an executive order forcing schools that accept public funding to allow biological boys to compete in girls sports. His Department of Education is also expected to flip sides on two transgender sports battles: defending Connecticut’s law, which has the same effect, and fighting against Idaho’s law, which would preserve the integrity of girls sports.

Biden's action is a repudiation of science, an eradication of equal opportunities for female athletes, and a contradiction to basic common sense.

The biological reality of gendered sports is clear to anyone who watches. The occasion for the lawsuit against Connecticut is that two biological men were dominating women’s track championships and breaking women’s records. In soccer, the world champion U.S. Women’s National Team was soundly defeated, 5-2, in a scrimmage against the under-15 boys' squad for a middling Major League Soccer franchise. And you are likely to see more slam dunks in an average boys' high school basketball game than in any given game of the WNBA.

According to World Rugby, athletes who have undergone male puberty are, on average, “stronger by 25%-50%, are 30% more powerful, 40% heavier, and about 15% faster” than their female counterparts. The science on testosterone and muscle mass has been clear as well. Male athletes have a biological advantage over girls, no matter how they identify. Biden might as well sign an order allowing high school athletes to compete in the same leagues as seventh and eighth graders.

Sports are supposed to be a formative experience for high school athletes in which friendly competition encourages them to work harder. It’s where they learn the value of teamwork and coaching, even in individual sports. But that experience will be ruined for girls across the country whenever they line up on the field or on the track, knowing they face a biological disadvantage against a male athlete that no amount of practice or expertise can overcome.

This isn’t just a matter of fairness. Each transgender athlete takes a spot on a team, or a spot in competition, away from a female athlete. A biological male winning a women’s track championship not only deprives a woman athlete of the experience of victory but also fills a valuable placement that could affect scholarship offers to biological females.

This anti-woman policy is being propounded in the name of a politically correct gender ideology that rejects basic biological facts about men and women in the name of “tolerance.” This gender ideology now demands the submission of all who question it, under penalty of lawfare and personal cancellation. As groups such as the American Civil Liberties Union try to bludgeon states into relenting to this unscientific activist push, Biden is turning his back on female athletes, leaving them to fend for themselves.

Girls deserve a fair and equal playing field in sports. They deserve an opportunity to compete at the highest level and to win or lose based on their own abilities. Wielding the power of the presidency, Biden has denied them this.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/bidens-politically-correct-assault-on-girls-sports

Be hard for most women to object to transgenders from participating, be admitting women are the weaker sex.

 

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1 hour ago, hamradio said:

Be hard for most women to object to transgenders from participating, be admitting women are the weaker sex.

 

So not true.   Unlike so many conservatives,    most women understand science and that includes biology.   

Women are all ready suing Pro sports leagues and the scientific evidence is clear.      This totally misguided movement to do away with gender as a biological concept will end.   It will just take time.       

 

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5 minutes ago, jamesjazzguitar said:

So not true.   Unlike so many conservative,    most women understand science and that includes biology.   

Women are all ready suing Pro sports leagues and the scientific evidence is clear.      This totally misguided movement to do away with gender as a biological concept will end.   It will just take time.       

 

Every since King vs Riggs, never argued the point.  Want to be equal clear across the board so be it.

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Biden's Keystone order shows a lack of leadership

 
 | January 25, 2021 12:00 AM
 

One of President Biden’s first acts in office was to revoke the permit for construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, which was supposed to carry heavy crude oil from Canada to the refineries that process it.

You can be forgiven if your first thought was, “Wait a minute — wasn’t that pipeline already built years ago?” The answer is that it really should have been built a decade ago. Unfortunately, though, it became a cause celebre for the far Left, and now, it is impossible for any Democratic president to do the right thing and allow construction to go forward.

This thousand-mile pipeline was supposed to double the capacity of just one of the many existing oil pipeline systems in the United States that move oil from production sites ultimately to the refineries that will process it. Among other things, this pipeline would have helped obviate the inefficient and dangerous movement of petroleum products by train, which has been known to result in massive explosions.

Despite the ridiculous expectations of the extremists opposing it, the further delay of Keystone XL will not in any way affect global temperatures or carbon emissions. But Biden is counting on the fact that these activists aren’t very smart. All he has to do is show with actions like this one how much he supports the cause. Never mind the 190,000 miles of existing pipelines moving liquid petroleum products across the U.S.

In reality, the continued burning of fossil fuels does not depend and has never depended upon how much oil is extracted from the ground. Rather, the determining factor is how much consumers demand and how much they choose to burn. But one can hardly gain ground with a political movement whose message is to blame ordinary people for destroying the planet. The lie that blames the energy industry is far more convenient, as it lets one choose Big Oil as a ready-made enemy that can easily be blamed for an apocalypse that is always just a bit too far over the horizon to see with clarity.

Incidentally, this is the key flaw in the lawsuits filed in various states against oil companies for causing global warming. It is the consumer who chooses to burn the fuel, causing all carbon emissions. If the fanatics wanted to sue the people or organizations responsible for global warming, they would have to sue everyone who owns a car or a gas range.

This is not leadership on Biden’s part — it is demagoguery. It is a lie-filled piece of red meat for his base at the expense of fact and reality. There is no scientific basis for choking off the oil supply, the lifeblood of the U.S. economy. The idea that the U.S. can reduce global emissions with a few small tweaks, even as China is putting hundreds of new coal-fired electrical plants online, deserves to be dismissed with derisive laughter.

The world needs American energy. That applies not only to the world’s poor, but also to those vulnerable to toxic world politics situations. The fracking revolution, the explosion of American energy production, has provided Europe with a way to liberate itself from Vladimir Putin’s clutches.

Biden has just shown that he will not be the leader who oversees this liberation. It is a pity.

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