The reactionary backlash against education is nothing new.
Bob Baffert and Medina Spirit owner Amr Zedan
New York Times writer and “1619 Project” creator Nikole Hannah-Jones said Sunday on MSNBC's "Velshi" that parents' concerns over Critical Race Theory were a "Republican strategy" to suppress "the racist past of this country." | Clips
Republican Congressman Mo Brooks of Alabama is now openly dodging a lawsuit over his role in the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, taunting the Democratic representative who originally filed the suit online over the fact that intermediaries could not locate Brooks to serve the court papers.
Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell is suing Brooks for inciting the Capitol riot. Swalwell's attorneys say Brooks is dodging the suit.
The power of critical race theory as a political issue will be put to the test in the Virginia governor's race this year, as Republican Glenn Youngkin promises to eradicate the racially based education curriculum, while Democrat Terry McAuliffe alleged the concerns about it are a GOP "conspiracy."
Dr. Anthony Fauci told NBC News he could go through every single criticism of his COVID-19 decisions and debunk it "immediately."
Republican Glenn Youngkin has a decent shot at winning the governor's race in deep-blue Virginia, even against Terry McAuliffe.
Former President Trump and his GOP allies have stepped up attacks on Anthony Fauci, seizing on portions of his emails and a renewed interest in the origins of the coronavirus pandemic to demonize the nation’s top infectious disease doctor.
Former Gov. Terry McAuliffe is seeking his old job, and Democrats will square off in races for lieutenant governor and attorney general.