The election is over, but Michigan state Senate District 1 is still dealing with the fallout from comments made by Democratic Rep. Bettie Cook Scott about her opponent, Rep. Stephanie Chang. Last Tuesday, Chang won the election with 49 percent of the vote, while Scott trailed in third place with 11 percent.
Tucker Carlson, one of Fox News’ chief bigots and hysterical shrieking thumb was in prime form on Monday evening.
WASHINGTON, DC—There was just one moment when I thought I might see a white supremacist get killed. There were two of them, a man and a woman, the only two real live enemies I saw the entire day. Both were sagging in late middle age, both plump, both with long, gray hair, the man with a beard. Both, for reasons I do…
Update, Sunday, 5:33 p.m.: Reporters on the ground say that the rally is over already.
Everyone knows Donald Trump is a racist, and key members of his staff—such as senior policy adviser Stephen Miller, for example—are known to espouse white supremacist views. But a shocking level of bigotry and a lack of diversity in the nation’s top executive office also is glaringly reflected in the staffing…
Hey, racist neo-Nazis have to eat, too. But those attending the “Unite the Right 2” white supremacist rally in Washington, DC, on Sunday likely will have to bring their own rations because the owners of several local restaurants say they will refuse them service.
Former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault-Newman’s memoir, Unhinged: An Insider’s Account of the Trump White House, is being released next week. The Guardian got its hands on a copy. The paper reported, among other things, that the memoir claims that President Trump was caught on tape using the N-word multiple…
There are so many Nazis running for office in America right now, it’s hard for even watchdog groups like the Anti-Defamation League to keep track. “I’m trying to get sense of why he flew under the radar, and I’m not sure I have a great answer,” Karen Aroesty, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League, told The…
The National Parks Service has approved notorious white supremacist Jason Kessler’s permit to hold his second “Unite The Right” rally in Washington DC this coming weekend.
If you are a racist—or, far more likely, a Very Nice Person who just tolerates and enables racism through inaction—there is absolutely nothing you love more than an opportunity for a good old false equivalence. And today is Bret Stephens’ lucky day!
A 50-year-old Sikh man was attacked and beaten by two men while planting campaign signs for a Republican congressman in Stanislaus County, California, CBS Sacramento reported on Monday.
CNN clearly has had enough of President Donald Trump and his attacks against the network and news media in general.
The Democratic Party prides itself on being inclusive and advocating for communities of color, but there was a time when racism was at the center of its policies.
On July 11th, Spokane, WA Republican Party chairwoman Cecily Wright introduced the alt-right personality James Allsup at a meeting of Northwest Grassroots, a local tea party organization.
Corey Stewart, the long shot Republican candidate running against incumbent Tim Kaine for Senate in Virginia, is already a well known racist. He’s a big fan of the Confederacy who believes the Civil War wasn’t fought over slavery. Somehow, it seems that Stewart’s staff might be even worse. Stewart’s spokesperson, Rick…
Sean Spicer’s book tour of embarrassments just keeps on rolling.
Faith Vander Voort, a spokesperson for Trump Administration Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, argued in a 2015 blog post that Muslims “could never serve” as president of the United States, according to HuffPost.
A Georgia state lawmaker resigned on Monday night after he was featured screaming the n-word, using a racist fake Asian accent, and exposing himself on the latest episode of Sacha Baron Cohen’s show Who Is America?
“Crying Nazi” Christopher Cantwell, 37, pleaded guilty on Friday to two counts of assault and battery for using pepper spray on counterprotesters during the “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, last year.
There’s a reason David Brooks has such a high-profile perch at the New York Times. It’s because he routinely provides unique insights into our society that other, lesser writers might have missed. Take his latest column, in which he makes a stunning discovery: racism....it’s real.