I can only pray that Kavanaugh writes the majority opinion when they overturn Roe
Christians, conservative Americans, and Trump supporters as bigots who fear non-white ethnicities.
By Bill O’Reilly
Public schools have the option of buying textbooks of their choice. A new AP History book was written by James Fraser apparently portrays Christians, conservative Americans, and Trump supporters as bigots who fear non-white ethnicities.
A section of the book called “The Angry Election of 2016,” describes those who voted for Donald Trump as “mostly older, often rural or suburban, and overwhelmingly white.” The chapter goes on to say those voters are “afraid” of ethnic diversity.
This kind of generalized propaganda has no place in any school. But I can guarantee you that some districts will buy the textbook even though it will damage students by feeding them ideology, not fact-based history.
Which is why I am supporting a new group called FLAG, by giving the keynote address at its charity dinner this coming Saturday in Washington at the Trump hotel. FLAG promotes a traditional approach to American history based on actual accomplishments. Information on the group and the event can be found here.
Tonight on the No Spin News, we’ll further analyze the public school chaos, and also examine the civil war in California over illegal immigration.