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Settlement Rep at CFER’s First Annual Conference, San Diego, CA, September 3, 2022

Mr. Jack Ashworth, West Coast Settlement Project Rep reported on a tremendous experience attending the Californians for Equal Rights Foundation (CFER) First Annual Conference in San Diego. CA, September 3, 2022. The explanation and purpose of the conference can be ...
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Standing for American Goodness – Columbus, Ohio

On Saturday, August 27, 2022, The Settlement Project, with co-organizers and co-sponsors hosted the meeting, “Standing for American Goodness.” The conference invitation (← click) shows the range of concerns originally presented to invitees and collaborators. Thirty-four patriots and activists attended ...
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What is MAGA

A new US immigrant explains MAGA ...
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Consistent Principles

This episode looks into questions about identity politics, corrupt government organizations, and conservative principles. Watch the video here: (more…) ...
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Interview with Tejinder Singh: Impressions About America

Dr. Frank Kaufmann interviews Tejinder Singh for the latest episode of the Settlement Project podcast Tejinder Singh is a civil engineer and Senior Project Manager overseeing infrastructure projects in the UAE. We met while traveling together, and in conversation, I ...
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Federalist Article – “Telling Kids To Hate Their Biology Might Be What’s Actually Killing Them”

In the August 5, 2022 Federalist article writer Casey Chalk asks the important question “Might the increase in ‘gender dysphoria’ among American youth be related to broader societal dysphoria felt by an entire generation of kids?” Chalk asks: Wouldn’t it at ...
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The State Apparatus of Ideology: The Cauldron of CRT

Read Michael Rechtenwald’s. “Critical Race Theory: Academic Malfeasance and Fraudulence” Although sometimes dubbed “the ivory tower,” the academy is anything but a quaint exception to or ancillary adjunct of the real world. Quite otherwise, academia is an ideological state apparatus ...
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Friends and Political Difference in Polarized Times

How does political polarization affect friendship? (more…) ...
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Marshi Smith, 2005 NCAA Champion in the 100 meter backstroke (University of Arizona), founder of Women for Fairness in Sports. Pioneer with Our Bodies Our Sports. Follow Marshi. Join her courageous stand for women, for common sense, and for us all ...
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Brenda Lebsack – Protecting Children

Brenda Lebsack, teacher of 30 years and former school board member for Orange Unified School District, fights to protect America’s children from  “Comprehensive Sex Ed,” a hyper-sexualized narrative on gender and personal relationships, pulling children from the authority of their ...
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