“Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups.” ― George Carlin Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has stated that Florida is where “woke” goes to die. Its death cannot come too soon for those with a functioning brain. Just about every woke idea, activity or subject is in opposition to reason. At best, some
Critical Race Theory
America has always had a debate on the separation of church and state. In recent years a new separation debate has formed, pitting public institutions against parental rights. Perhaps the debate was first framed in 1996 when first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton’s book “It Takes a Village” was published. The Dallas Morning News described the book
Photo: Max McCoy, the lone journalism professor at Emporia State University, talks about his dismissal in front of the school’s administration building When Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick asked Texas colleges to disavow critical race theory, the University of Texas faculty approved a resolution defending their freedom to decide for themselves how to teach about race.
[Disclaimer: The views expressed in opinion pieces on the PrescotteNews website are solely those of the authors. These opinions do not necessarily represent those of the staff of Prescott eNews or its publisher.] In October 2021, Rutgers Professor Brittney Cooper said whiteness needed an expiration date and that “we gotta take those mother***ers out.” Christopher Rufo, an
Pam Pearsall, guest host of Prescott Talks, discusses how Prescott Unified School District has handled various issues (Critical Race Theory, COVID-19, enrollment, and school volunteers) with Clark Tenney, Director of Human Resources and Special Programs of PUSD.
Photo: (from left to right), School Superintendent Joe Howard, Clark Tenney On Friday, October 28, 2022, I attended a Prescott Unified School Governing Board meeting at their headquarters on Gurley Street. I wanted to attend this meeting because I heard that the Governing Board was going to discuss a plan for replacing Superintendent Joe Howard who