Does your workplace have too few black people in top jobs? It’s racist. Does the advanced math and science high school in your city have too many Asians? It’s racist. Does your local museum employ too many white women? It’s racist, too.

After the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020, prestigious American institutions, from the medical profession to the fine arts, pleaded guilty to “systemic racism.” How else explain why blacks are overrepresented in prisons and underrepresented in C-suites and faculty lounges, their leaders asked?

The official answer for those disparities is “disparate impact,” a once obscure legal theory that is now transforming our world. Any traditional standard of behavior or achievement that impedes exact racial proportionality in any enterprise is now presumed racist. Medical school admissions tests, expectations of scientific accomplishment in the award of research grants, the enforcement of the criminal law—all are under assault, because they have a “disparate impact” on underrepresented minorities.

When Race Trumps Merit provides an alternative explanation for those racial disparities. It is large academic skills gaps that cause the lack of proportional representation in our most meritocratic organizations and large differences in criminal offending that account for the racially disproportionate prison population.

The need for such a corrective argument could not be more urgent. Federal science agencies now treat researchers’ skin color as a scientific qualification. Museums and orchestras choose which art and music to promote based on race. Police officers avoid making arrests and prosecutors decline to bring charges to avoid disparate impact on minority criminals.

When Race Trumps Merit breaks powerful taboos. But it is driven by a sense of alarm, supported by detailed case studies of how disparate-impact thinking is jeopardizing scientific progress, destroying public order, and poisoning the appreciation of art and culture. As long as alleged racism remains the only allowable explanation for racial differences, we will continue tearing down excellence and putting lives, as well as civilizational achievement, at risk.

Imagine a world in which you own nothing and rent everything. Most of the protein in your diet comes from bugs. You are not allowed to have more than one child, and your financial and medical data are instantly transferred to a centralized government database via a subdermal microchip.

Controligarchs warns that this will be our existence if the supranational elites of the World Economic Forum get their way.

In this book, investigative journalist Seamus Bruner—who led the teams whose findings sparked multiple FBI investigations and congressional probes into the Clintons and the Bidens—exposes the billionaires who control the levers of power that dominate every aspect of your life.

The highest levels of government have been infiltrated by an anti-democratic Deep State that can be defeated by refocusing our national security mission and relentlessly defending the truth. A sinister cabal of corrupt law enforcement personnel, intelligence agents, and military officials at the highest levels of government plotted to overthrow a president. Even after they failed, they continue to secretly pull the levers of power without any accountability to the American people.

This isn’t the synopsis of a fictional spy thriller. This is what is actually happening in the United States government. In Government Gangsters, Kash Patel–a former top official in the White House, the Department of Defense, the Intelligence Community, and the Department of Justice–pulls back the curtain on the Deep State, revealing the major players and tactics within the permanent government bureaucracy, which has spent decades stripping power away from the American people and their elected leaders.

Based on his firsthand knowledge, Patel reveals how we can defeat the Deep State, reassert self-government, and restore our democracy.

The Origins of Woke: Civil Rights Law, Corporate America, and the Triumph of Identity Politics

by: Richard Hanania (author)

In a nation nearly-evenly split between conservatives and liberals, the left dominates nearly all major institutions, including universities, the government, and corporate America. Hanania argues that this is as much a legal requirement as it is an issue of one side triumphing in the marketplace of ideas. Culture has its own independent force, but the state has, since the 1960s, been putting its thumb on the scale.

This book answers many of the puzzling questions about modern society, such as: – Why does more and more of life seem like a competition to see who is the most oppressed?- Who is really behind the sudden proliferation of woke ideas?- How did ideas that seem so intellectually bankrupt achieve hegemony over elite culture?- Which laws and regulations have helped the left rise to power everywhere?- How did workplaces come to be the main enforcers of political ideology?- When and how did Pakistanis, Samoans, and Koreans all become the same “race” (AAPI)? – Why did America become so obsessed with inequalities based on race but not religion?

For those angry about wokeness and what it has done to American institutions, this book offers concrete suggestions regarding policies that can move us back to being a country that emphasizes merit, individual liberty, and color-blind governance.

Last Warning to the West: Hungary’s Triumph Over Communism and the Woke Agenda

by: Shea Bradley-Farrell P.h.D. (author)

“You now have in your hands one of the last warnings we may ever get concerning the slow-motion collapse of America’s democratic republic. The warning comes through the insightful historical and political analysis of Dr. Shea L. Bradley-Farrell in this compelling study of Hungary—the vibrant, thriving, conservative success story in the very heart of Central Europe. Hungary’s 1,000-year-long Christian history provides perspective that the West desperately needs today; it is an uniquely the perspective that can only be gained through centuries of conquest, invasion, resistance, independence, subjugation, occupation, revolution, and finally freedom and national identity.” Kari Lake, Candidate for U.S. Senate in Arizona

“Marxist Dems, big corporate media and the Devos crowd will hate this book. That’s reason enough to buy Dr. Shea Bradley-Farrell’s book. We must head her warning and win the America First mission.” Lou Dobbs, The Great America Show

’It’s the most basic duty of leaders to care about the people they govern. It’s a measure of how rare this is in the world that the nation of hungary is now the hope of the west.” Tucker Carlson, Host of Tucker Carlson Today.

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