Someone should inform Behar: It’s possible to dislike, or even detest, Trump while also holding the line against extremism.
The recent case of a ‘Democrat judge’s son-turned-neo-Nazi terrorist’ illustrates that bigotry has no special home in either party.
The CNN host condemned violence against Antifa, but excused violence by its members against peaceful demonstrators.
The news media narrative that Trump is emboldening white supremacy took a hit yesterday. There were probably 20 journalists for every white nationalist in DC.
The city is shutting itself down for three days, because the mere prospect of a few neo-Nazis is spinning people into a full-blown panic.
Why won’t anyone ask Congressional Black Caucus members why they were hugging and meeting with the racist conspiracy theorist Louis Farrakhan?
I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but the Nazis are back right now. They’re at Costco. They’re at Walmart. Not so much at Trader Joe’s, but that could happen, too.
There is a severe danger in superimposing the past on the present for political opportunism, especially when there aren’t real parallels.
We amateur psychologists diagnosing frustrated males may be ignoring an inconvenient truth: that we are afflicted with the same disorder. Our symptoms just aren’t as severe.
If a beating is meant to punish or deter racists, then we’re giving the authority of judge, jury, and executioner to whoever sees themselves fit to exact justice on whomever they find criminal.
Why have the tragic events of Charlottesville transformed so many people into irresponsible, violent, censorious, and hysterical lunatics?
Finally, someone on the Left just came out and said it. Being a Republican is apparently no different than being a white supremacist.
After Charlottesville, the Left’s tendency to smear anyone who disagrees with them as a Nazi is spiraling to the point of paranoid insanity.
At every level, the beliefs and goals of the white supremacist, alt-right, Nazi movement directly oppose conservatism.
Their claims to Western culture—an essentially multi-racial, multi-ethnic legacy—are fake. The alt-right is attacking, not protecting, this culture.
This type of equivocation isn’t a new feature of the White House. And recognizing that can help both the Left and Right see each other’s concerns.
The media behavior in the wake of this press conference was arguably something new, a sort of grotesque watermark of the media’s coverage of the Trump administration thus far.
The police could have moved the white supremacists to the back of the park and loaded them on buses. Instead, the Klan was pushed out onto E. Market Street, where Antifa was waiting.
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