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This Article Originally Appeared under the title “A Victory for State Education” at the American Thinker. An existing struggle over the nature of culture and politics has been reenergized in recent years, in part due to the election of Donald Trump. At least if recent curricular changes for Texas K-12 social studies programs are any […]
This article originally appeared under the title, “The Long Arm of Turkey’s Erdogan” at American Thinker Sports and politics have always been uncomfortable bed-fellows, despite the best efforts to keep sports as a unifying nonpartisan activity. From Jesse Owens at the 1936 Berlin Olympics to the American hockey team from the 1980 Miracle on Ice, […]
This article originally appeared in the American Thinker under the title “The Real Omar Suleiman” On Sunday, the Dallas Morning News published an op-ed by Muslim Brotherhood linked anti-American Omar Suleiman. In this editorial, the Dallas-based imam claims that the accusations of anti-Semitism by Rep. Lee Zeldin of New York, Fox host Lou Dobbs, and others following Suleiman’s delivery of […]
When it comes to voting, we count on the media to provide us with background on the candidates, including scrutinizing their credentials and histories. But that scrutiny is increasingly one-sided. That’s especially true in local races. Take, for example, last summer’s race for Irving, Texas’s city council between Albert Zapanta and Shayan Elahi. Nonpartisan candidate Zapanta was roasted by the […]
CIG takes a look at the background and leadership of the Valley Ranch Islamic Center, which has ties to Islamist groups, and whose “resident scholar” was recently arrested at a border rally.