In the first episode of “The Ericka Redic Show,” Ericka Redic discusses accusations of conflict of interest and white supremacy against the Vermont Climate Council.
Civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr. advocated for solutions to racial issues that do not wholly align with the agenda and past actions of the Black Lives Matter organization.
Gov. Phil Scott recently attacked Vermont GOP leadership for “continu[ing] with what I perceive as white supremacy dominating, racial inequity, and so forth.” That leadership’s sole offense? Refusing to endorse the governor’s call for the president’s resignation. This impugns all Vermont Trump supporters as white supremacists.
The head of a state teachers union compared the push to reopen “everything” to “white supremacy” during a school board zoom call on Wednesday.
The Vermont Climate Council has met just three times, but already concerns have surfaced about white supremacy and conflict of interest.
Marxist theories that have festered in academia for decades finally burst out of ivy-covered walls in 2020, invading all aspects of American life. The perilous events we have witnessed were not so much a reaction to the hatred in the heart of real racists, but to the mindset that critical theory has created.
Schools are adding the Pulitzer prize-winning but factually challenged “1619 Project,” to their curriculum. This is only the tip of the iceberg. Los Angeles’ elite Harvard-Westlake School recently announced that it will start teaching 11th grade history from a “critical race theory perspective.”
If Vermont wants to get serious about opioid deaths — and racism — it must be honest about where these drugs are coming from, instead of perverting data to tie the hands of law enforcement and malign an entire culture and its legal system.
The Barre City Council Tuesday night resolved heated debate over flying the Black Lives Matter flag in City Hall Park by narrowly deciding to let it fly next month, and then take it down and fly 22 other flags, one per month, through October 2022 — including the “Back the Blue” banner.
Should people arrested for committing violent crimes be sent to jail? Sarah George, Chittenden County State’s Attorney, doesn’t think so. Most violent perpetrators need mental health services instead, she said Friday.
A popular video platform has removed a video critical of apparent connections between the Chinese Communist Party and a founder of the Black Lives Matter organization.
A leading New Jersey environmental group came out with a strong statement urging that state’s governor to reject the Transportation Climate Initiative. Among the group’s many complaints about the proposal is that it is “racist.”