College Bans These ‘Oppressive’ Words | Bill O’Reilly Share Tweet Email By The FirstWed, Jun 23, 2021Length 5:33 “Who would send anyone to this nuthouse?” Brandeis University is full-blown “loonsville,” proclaims Bill O’Reilly. They’ve published an “official oppressive language guide” and some of the banned words will shock you, others will make you laugh. More Bill O'Reilly: No Spin News, Clips More Like This Deep Dive into the Origins of CRT Mon, Aug 2, 2021 Eric Felten, Author of “Real Clear Investigations,” breaks down the roots of critical race theory, and the moment in 1986 when CRT ousted the civil rights movement. Exposing Social-Emotional Learning Wed, Jul 28, 2021 Robin Steenman Moms for Liberty sits down with Mike Slater to expose social-emotional learning being taught in many of our children’s schools. As opposed to the basic curriculum of reading, writing, and arithmetic, social emotional learning is morphed into a heavy, dark curriculum of negative emotions. In essence, it attacks the innocence of childhood and aligns with the teaching of critical race theory. As Robin Steenman states, “feelings are fine to talk,” but keep those talks at home. Group Calls on White People to Skip Ivy League Tue, Jul 27, 2021 Group calls on white people to not send their kids to ivy league schools; Bruce Levell joins to discuss how big tech looks to divide black America; Jason Whitlock joins to discuss the NFL’s vaccine policies; Mayor Pete’s unemployed husband complains about cost of D.C. living Being Anti-CRT Is Not Racist | Morgan Zegers Sat, Jul 24, 2021 Concerned parents are not “white supremacists” and it’s not about ignoring history but teaching it accurately, says Morgan Zegers. No Thanks, Professor LOONis | Bill O’Reilly Fri, Jul 23, 2021 Bill O’Reilly isn’t allowing his son to attend URI due to the radical positions of one of their professors. CRT Destroys Race Relations | Bill O’Reilly Thu, Jul 22, 2021 Race relations have declined over the past 20 years for no good reason, except one: CRT, says Bill O’Reilly.