The link informs me I have "0", as in zero, articles remaining for "free viewing". Otherwise they prompt me to obtain a subscription, or access the article via Facebook or Google accounts. I hate Facebook, by reputation alone, and I avoid using Google if at all possible. I'll pass.
Many news and article sources want you to subscribe. I just click on "Out" and proceed on. I wonder if these viewer "rejections" (opting Out) are registered to inform the sources of how unpopular they are?
Sorry y’all link worked with chrome at work today.
I can’t seem to get it to work here.
It is worth everyone’s investigation.
I found it enlightening and disturbing on how the left feel about our founding.
I hope you can check it out.
If someone more computer savvy knows how to link it worth it
The 1619 Project, headed by New York Times Magazine domestic correspondent Nikole-Hannah Jones, seeks to “reframe the country’s history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are.” In addition to publishing a series of essays, the Times also partnered with the Pulitzer Center to create a curriculumfor teachers to use in school to address the way that the history and impact of slavery have been taught in America..
Link opened for me... It's sort of an interactive, multi-media thing. Headlines and then stories of descendants of slaves.. I don't have time or interest to read the whole thing.
But I definitely believe that those descendants of slaves should go back to the nations that enslaved them and get reparations. Then they should pay homage and reparations to the nation that gave 362,000 lives to free them.
UK, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Ethiopia - get your checkbooks out. United States, get your deposit slips out because subrogation payments are coming. Though they can never repay the lives, the bill for the North's share of the war to free the slaves is about 100 billion 2019 dollars.