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I’m almost :100:% totally convinced there might be something to that.

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Well, I’m more of an independent correct thinker than a Republican. I definitely know what CRT and for that matter, what its parent, Critical Legal Studies (CLS) are, simply because in law schools, the “Crits,” as they are called, are sort of a thing.

That said, I wouldn’t say that I’m “afraid” of anything like that.

Can’t say I really agree with their thinking in every case, but even when I disagree, I’m hardly “afraid.”

I will say this though. It’s pretty silly to worry about that at the K-12 level, simply because I’ve really never seen that stuff taught anywhere except at law schools.

Even then, it’s just one school of thought that might be taught alongside many others.


Well, that ends this topic. The “correct thinker” has weighed in.

CRT scholars have critiqued many of the assumptions that they believe constitute the ideology of the First Amendment. For example, instead of helping to achieve healthy and robust debate, the First Amendment actually serves to preserve the inequities of the status quo; there can be no such thing as an objective or content neutral interpretation in law in general or of the First Amendment in particular; some speech should be viewed in terms of the harm it causes, rather than all speech being valued on the basis of it being speech; and there is no “equality” in “freedom” of speech.

Its against the first ammendment!

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That’s obviously debatable. Where did you get that from?

An article from a leftwing rag

Which works with my ‘circular’ view on US political groups…the far left and far right go so far and sink so low they meet at the bottom.

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Use quotes when it’s not your authorship.

You’re incapable of reasoned, elevated discourse or written articulacy.

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Typical DA response from the peanut gallery

There is also something called the horseshoe principle…like on a horseshoe, the more extreme the views, they actually start to drift closer and harder to see any difference.


I thought it was a toilet seat.


Thanks for proving my point, but next time include your “rainbow” commentary. Or are you supressing that as well?

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I thought it was your empty head with a toilet seat

Aren’t citations SUPPOSED to be used to support one’s thesis? That was a thing when I was an undergraduate in English. And more of the same - MUCH more - during my graduate studies.

The above wasn’t cited. I think that was his point.

Wow. You are a stupid 2nd grader.

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