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Dr. Atlas interviews competitive swimmer Riley Gaines, one of the leading voices for womens rights, most notably in preserving womens sports for biological females. She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2022 as one of the most decorated swimmers in history. They discuss the challenges she has faced, pushing back against the singular focus of many in power to push the unlimited rights of trans athletes in womens sports without regard for the impacts on the rights of women athletes themselves and on the damage to today's hard-earned status of women's competitive sports.
The new California math curriculum emphasizes equity in making math easier and less demanding. Evers says politics and social justice should not be a part of math it won't prepare students for college classes and careers in STEM fields.
Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers is interviewed by Stacy Washington on SiriusXM radio. Evers discusses the newly approved California math framework and its theme of equity. The curriculum is less rigorous and won't prepare students for STEM careers, says Evers. The National Assessment of Educational Progress, the so-called "nation's report card" indicates scores are declining and therefore students need more challenging math classes, he adds.
The U.S. Supreme Court has weighed in on racial bias in college admissions, President Bidens fiat forgiveness of student loans, and the freedom of creative designers to disagree with the states view of marriage. Another federal judge has weighed in to put the kibosh on Biden administration efforts to press social media companies to censor on their behalf. Thats a lot of legal heavy-lifting! And we discuss all of it, and more, on this episode of Independent Outlook.
Sr. Fellow Williamson Evers is interviewed on KPCC radio about the newly approved 1,000-page framework for math instruction for California K-12 students. Evers is critical of the framework and says it will harm both academically challenged and academically talented students and it will drive families to enroll in private schools or homeschool and opt out of public schools. He recently wrote about six major flaws in the framework.
Dr. Atlas interviews Kentucky State University Political Science Professor Wilfred Reilly, a leading voice in challenging popular mainstream narratives with an empirical analysis of the data that exposes the truth about some of America's most controversial topics. They discuss what we're witnessing in the United States including divisive narratives about race in this country that have led to a lack of civility among our fellow Americans, and where we go from here to unify our nation.
Prof. Steve Hanke sits down with Robert Reilly of the Westminster Institute to discuss Hanke's new book Did Lockdowns Work? The Verdict on Covid Restrictions.
Sr. Fellow Robert Whaples, editor of Is Social Justice Just? is interviewed on the Schilling Show Unleashed Podcast. Whaples discusses the new book and the concept of justice and social justice and whether or not the world would be better if everyone were equal. Our inequality has benefits, he says, but everyone deserves respect as an unrepeatable soul worthy of human dignity.