There is not—and will never be—a greater barrier to racism, or to tyranny in any form, than this American idea. © Copyright 2020, Star Parker's Black Community News, All Rights Reserved, Claremont Institute: America is Not Racist, Thomas D. Klingenstein, Chairman and Ryan P. Williams, President, Star Parker: Supreme Court Fight Is About Life and Death, Darrell Scott: If You Care about Black People in America, You Ain’t Joe Biden, The American Dossier: Mail-In Voting — Why I Will Not Vote This Year, Trump Honors the Constitution and Condemns Leftist Mobs, This University Refused to Pay for Pro-Life Student Event Because Speaker Alveda King is ‘Inherently Religious’, Kroger Fires Christians for Refusing to Wear Emblem They Believe Symbolizes Support for Homosexuality — EEOC Files Lawsuit, A Black Pastor Who Prayed with Trump Responds to Jimmy Kimmel’s Mocking, WARNING: The Real Power and Purpose Behind the ‘Black Lives Matter’ Movement. Not online. A Symposium featuring an essay by Thomas D. Klingenstein and responses by David Azerrad, Matthew Continetti, Allen C. Guelzo, and Roger Kimball . This, so my yenta informed me, redeemed me, at least somewhat. Of course, liberals may not be inconsistent after all: they may believe that the ignorant and uninformed require the assistance of the better class. The former represents the complex of bureaucratic agencies which effectively rule our lives unshackled from any constitutional limit. The work of the Claremont Institute is to build a community of thinkers Nothing in this journal, whether in print or pixels, is an attempt to aid or hinder the passage of any bill or influence the election of any candidate. I called attention to the fact that she was, in effect, placing me in the camp of the “deplorables.” I then asked rather pointedly whether she was so sure that she knew enough about me—or about politics—to make such a judgment? The only way America can survive is as a united country dedicated to living out the true meaning of its creed. To begin the campaign, there is a new series at The American Mind called “Multiculturalism vs. America.” The launching point for the feature is an essay by Claremont Institute chairman Thomas Klingenstein entitled “Our House Divided.”. Thomas D. Klingenstein is a principal in the investment firm of Cohen, Klingenstein, LLC and the chariman of the Board of Directors of the Claremont Institute. A version of that question is what the 2016 elections were about, and what the elections in 2020 will be about. Again, I think Trump, One last point rose to mind, even if it too might be better left unsaid on a first date. These two rogue elements collude to force ideological multiculturalism upon Americans. I suppose I…. I suppose I am one of those who never figured out what is social about “social media.” So, instead of the internet, I took the more conventional route: I asked a friend. Ryan P. Williams President. The United States now has two Constitutions. The chaos in our streets—led by BLM, supported by Democrats, and propelled by higher education—is for all intents and purposes an effort to destroy the American way of life. The libertarian-conservative approach is to defend free speech, but to cast aside larger social and moral questions such as “what does it mean to be an American.” Whereas the Left seeks multicultural transformation, the Right sees cultural and moral norms as “matters of purely private concern” with no bearing on questions of governance.” Donald Trump’s opposition to this dispensation is the “sole source of his political power,” according to Reno. via The 1619 Project Exposed: A … Republicans must stop saying America is racist. Republicans denounce BLM’s extremes (the violence and police defunding), but they leave unchallenged its central goal: the destruction of the American way of life. This happened to me personally this…, Don’t Soil the Great Thinker by Associating him with a Corrupt University, A place calling itself the University of Edinburgh has decided to remove the name of David Hume, the great Scottish philosopher, from the tallest building on its campus. Do you see how this works? Cops are no more likely to kill black suspects than they are to kill white suspects. Claremont Institute: America is Not Racist Thomas D. Klingenstein, Chairman and Ryan P. Williams, President June 5, 2020 Commentary 1 A Statement from the Claremont Institute The pretext for this entire nationwide riot is that America is a racist country.