ICON Lecture Series: “Where Did “Politically Correct” Come from and What Is It Doing?” (Cultural Marxism in America), October 18, 2016.
And, since we’re on the topic of race: Time for another Social Justice minute.
On 9/15/15, John Guandolo was ICON speaker for a second time. The prior time was in April 2014, and the national and international events in the interval have been stunning. ICON President Janie Wagstaff provided an abbreviated reminder of his background in the Holyland court case, his blog site “Understanding the Threat”, counterterrorism education regarding […]
Our two-party system, our republican form of government, is successful because it is premised on contrasting ideas that offer the American people clear choices. The idea that wins the majority of the people (or elected representatives) to its side, wins. The system falls apart not when differing ideas exist and are debated vigorously, but rather when the […]
On Oct 28, 2014, Roy Beck of NUMBERSUSA spoke to ICON on current major issues regarding our immigration policies. During the talk, he made the following major points: Current immigration policies are encouraging mass immigration. This is primarily responsible for the government’s recent projections that by 2060 there will be solid urban development from Atlanta […]
Bob Luebke, who will be one of our featured speakers on Thursday, Sept 19th, 6:30 (at the JCC), responds to a recent op-ed on Common Core Standards. Take a look at Luebke’s analysis and let us know what you think.
Unified state government, expansion of charter schools cited as reasons By Dan Way Nov. 19th, 2012 AMELIA ISLAND, Fla. — The number of students attending public charter schools continues to rise, and Durham Public Schools is ranked 21st nationally, the only district in North Carolina with 10 percent or more of its students in charter […]