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“Intersectionality”=MULTIPLY and Conquer (and How to Counter)

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Intersectionality? Have you been puzzled by the latest hip political term “intersectionality”? In the ever-morphing and expanding lexicon of political terms–and their ramifications– intersectionality is the “theory of interlocking oppressions that states that those who are most … Continue reading

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Curious about “Intersectionality”? America Devolving Into Socialism? American Thinker Article Explains and Encourages

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila It seems that every day there’s some new hip, slick, cool term that has a hard left political vibe to it because the people with all the letters after their names and/or who are enjoying social media … Continue reading

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