Analogous to creeping elegance in software development, by design or happenstance progressive policies have had a regressive impact on the American culture. Not unlike the deleterious effects on Native Americas & Alaska Natives
In software development, creeping elegance is related to creeping featurism and second-system effect. The tendency of programmers to disproportionately emphasize elegance in software at the expense of other requirements such as functionality, shipping schedule, and usability. Consider that since SCOTUS (1963) kicked God out of public schools – School District of Abington Township, Pennsylvania v. Schempp (1963) is a U.S. Supreme Court case holding that mandatory religious activity as part of a public school’s curriculum, such as Bible readings and the recitation of the Lord’s Prayer, violate the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment
[ ] We have mental health crisis
[ ] Infanticide turned into #BlackGenocide
[ ] African American nuclear family has joined the Sea Turtles in the endangered list
[ ] 80% of AA kids are raised in fatherless homes
[ ] We have a fatherlesssness crisis
[ ] A Girlhood Crisis
[ ] A Trans Crisis
Now compare to the recent Washington Sate firong of Office of Equity Director Dr. Karen Johnson’s. According to investigation, she was fired for a number of reasons including, micromanagement, lack of organization, lack of adequate structure and processes, made unreasonable requests of staff, made inappropriate or insensitive comments to some staff members and publicly criticized some staff members regarding issues unrelated to protected classes, including “credible examples” of Johnson making inappropriate comments about the personal appearances of staff, their bodies, as well as “comments about a staff person’s ethnicity, race, and/or veteran status.” Get it?
And then it gets even more regressive: The college majors that pay the most right after college are STEM-based. Except for a BS In Race Hustling – the highest paid: The University of Michigan has 163 DEI officers. Ohio State & U of Virginia have 94. Georgia Tech has 41, but only 13 history teachers. The Highest-paid diversity and inclusion employees rake in substantially more than the average full-time professor. While the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill offers Racially Exclusive-Programs and Scholarships. Even as the University Of Minnesota PhD’s were forced to retract an article they wrote about “structural racism in the Journal Of Health Services Research – The authors, UM employees are focused on racial equity: Stuart Grande, senior Lecturer, Janette Dill, an associate professor, and Tongtan Chantarat, a research scientist. The retraction is because its claims were “inaccurate, misleading, or false,” according to a note on the withdrawn article.
Not to be undone, Targets diversity Chief Kiera Fernandez said that it’s the role of white women to call out transgressions, and continued to single out a white employee and said that because of her race her voice carries more weight and she has a responsibility. She runs Targets Racial Equity Action and Change. Her task force focuses on engaging with black customers and hiring more black employees. Target is also shifting to more black owned suppliers and ending contracts with white owned companies. She was hired internally from the Human Resources department.
And a FSU professor abruptly left his 190K job after faking data to make racism seem more common and having six research papers retracted.
It can’t get worse, right? Wrong! The California legislature’s LGBTQ Caucus join the Los Angeles Dodgers in their War On Christianity as they are set to honor anti-Catholic Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence member, despite Dodgers backlash
Progressive policies are not only regressive, but if you take away the euphemisms, it’s obvious that we have a full on attack on Christianity by Corporate America, including Bud Light, NorthFace, the # US Navy, Kohl’s, Major League Baseball, as the White House, DOJ, FBI and Main Stream Media are in lock step to promote the Christo-Fascist, America Is Racist narratives
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