The Washington Post accuses popular Virginia gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin of employing critical race theory as a ‘dog-whistle.’ But who is really whistling to the dogs here?
First they said no one was teaching critical race theory in schools. Now they are teaching it but only because it’s history.
Before the Southern Poverty Law Center chose to hide this information, black nationalist groups on its hate-group list had been growing four-fold since 2000.
The left’s growing cultural power among corporations will pose a challenge for future Republican hopefuls with a business background.
Beyond their brutality, the young lawyer feared these mobs for the lawlessness they embodied — and the idle familiarity with which his fellow Americans seemed to accept these incidents.
Over the past several years, dressed up in official-sounding titles, the fact-checkers have allied themselves with some of the most powerful private companies to have ever existed.
The RNC denounced the Southern Poverty Law Center and highlighted the group’s history of publishing rhetoric that incites violence.
If Amazon can decide which products can be sold on its massive website, surely it can determine which charities are actually peddling in hate versus those simply preaching religious values.
“You don’t believe Ben Carson is an extremist, do you? So help me understand why you would partner with a group that labels him as [one]?” Gaetz asked Bezos.
Journalist Tyler O’Neil’s new book, ‘Making Hate Pay: The Corruption of the Southern Poverty Law Center,’ is a long-overdue exposé of the corruption of at the undeservedly influential civil rights organization.
IRS forms show the Chick-fil-A Foundation has switched from financially supporting antipoverty and other charitable organizations to underwriting pro-abortion and pro-LGBT groups.
It shouldn’t be a big demand for left-wing groups to disavow Antifa violence wherever it occurs and certainly not to partner with the movement or its supporting organizations.
A cynic might conclude the media props up the Southern Poverty Law Center to advance a shared political agenda. That cynic would have some evidence to support the theory.
Sen. Tom Cotton fired another battery at the embattled Southern Poverty Law Center with a letter asking the Internal Revenue Service to investigate the vengeful speech arbiter’s tax-exempt status.
Now about 60 organizations have either sued or are considered suing the Southern Poverty Law Center for its fraudulent smears. It’s about time.
Vilification is a form of psychological terrorism. Because the fury displayed by those leveling the charges is so relentless and uncompromising, it carries its own threat.
Democrats have a narrative to maintain, a powerful elected office to retain, and a deeply-flawed but nationally known candidate in Keith Ellison. Bring on the baseless smears against his opponent Doug Wardlow.
“People of faith are facing a new hostility … a bigoted ideology which is founded on animus towards people of faith.”
Despite—or perhaps because of—Alliance Defending Freedom’s strong record of legitimacy at the U.S. Supreme Court, SPLC has ridiculously dubbed it a ‘hate group.’
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