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Love Gov: About the Blockbuster Videos on Liberty | Graham Walker Interviews David & Mary Theroux
Posted: Wed. September 16, 2020, 12:33pm PT

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Recorded: Fri. August 28, 2020
Experts: David J. Theroux, Mary L. G. Theroux, Graham H. Walker
Type: Independent Institute TV

“California Ethnic Studies Victimization” Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers appears on Freedomworks Radio
Posted: Tue. September 1, 2020, 12:32pm PT

Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers appears on Freedomworks Radio and discusses the proposed ethnic studies curriculum for California high school students. Evers wrote in a recent Op-Ed in The Wall Street Journal that the curriculum is mostly about identity politics and ethnic victimization and is not balanced with positive examples of cultures' strengths and achievements. Evers also pointed to the curriculum's neglect of findings in economics, sociology, and political science.

Recorded: Tue. September 1, 2020
Experts: Williamson M. Evers
Type: Radio

“California Ethnic Studies Curriculum” Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers appears on the Lars Larson radio show
Posted: Mon. August 31, 2020, 4:57pm PT

Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers' recent Op-Ed in The Wall Street Journal says the state’s new curriculum prefers victimization to minority achievement, and Marxism to liberal values. The proposed requirements will teach high school students about four ethnicities without focusing on some European or Jewish history. Instead of identity politics, students should be taught about entrepreneurship and resiliency instead of being trapped by your circumstances.

Recorded: Mon. August 31, 2020
Experts: Williamson M. Evers
Type: Radio

California Burning: Lawrence J. McQuillan and Mary L. G. Theroux
Posted: Sat. August 29, 2020, 10:55pm PT

In 2017 and 2019, Independent's California Golden Fleece® Award was given to CAL FIRE (California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection), U.S. Forest Service and other government agencies involved in forestland mismanagement. The reports offered the essential solutions to prevent future disasters, yet here we are again in 2020 with the state burning, and people losing their homes and lives with entire regions endangered and smoke-ridden.

Recorded: Mon. August 24, 2020
Experts: Lawrence J. McQuillan, Mary L. G. Theroux
Type: Independent Institute TV

Kamala Harris, Political Correctness, Corruption and Civil Liberties | Independent Outlook Episode 2
Posted: Sat. August 15, 2020, 10:28am PT

In this second episode of Independent Outlook, David Theroux, Williamson Evers, and Graham Walker examine the track record and political ambitions of Kamala Harris, political hypocrisy and correctness, due process, gun control, progressivism, free speech and freedom of the press, Presidential powers and Executive Orders, teacher and police unions, school shutdowns and re-openings, cancel culture, Jimmy Lai and the protests in Hong Kong, and more!

Recorded: Sat. August 15, 2020
Experts: Williamson M. Evers, David J. Theroux, Graham H. Walker
Type: Independent Institute TV

“Executive Orders—Past and Present” Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland appears on Breitbart News Tonight on SiriusXM radio
Posted: Wed. August 12, 2020, 4:21pm PT

Sr. Fellow Ivan Eland appears on SiriusXM radio's Breitbart News Tonight with host Jerome Hudson to talk about recent Executive Orders signed by President Trump. Eland compares Trump's Executive Orders to those of past presidents.

Recorded: Tue. August 11, 2020
Experts: Ivan Eland
Type: Radio

“California Ethnic Studies Curriculum” Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers appears on KPRL radio
Posted: Wed. August 5, 2020, 9:55am PT

California's K-12 public schools are planning to introduce a new curriculum for teaching social justice and ethnic studies. Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers says the curriculum is full of lessons about victimization and racial identity, instead of stressing the culture assets of minorities and their capacity to achieve. Students should be taught about historical figures such as George Washington Carver and minority entrepreneurs, says Evers. The narrow focus of ethnic studies doesn't include positive examples from all minority groups and favors certain minority groups.

Recorded: Tue. August 4, 2020
Experts: Williamson M. Evers
Type: Radio

“Eugenics and Margaret Sanger” Thomas Cargill interviewed on WIND radio
Posted: Tue. August 4, 2020, 3:27pm PT

Research Fellow Thomas Cargill appears on the Dan Proft show on WIND radio to talk about the history scientific racism of Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood. Sanger's interest in eugenics influenced Hitler in the 1930s. Cargill is the author of the article "

Eugenics in High School History: Failure to Confront the Past

" in the Summer 2020 issue of The Independent Review.

Recorded: Wed. July 29, 2020
Experts: Thomas F. Cargill
Type: Radio