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How the Tech Industry Supports Hate

Tech companies continue to provide services to SPLC-designated hate groups. In response to the violence at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia last August, a number of prominent tech companies rushed to enforce longstanding acceptable use policies and took action against the hate groups that participated in the rally. Show More Summary

Nazi Richard Spencer Can't Find a Lawyer

Integrity First for America: White supremacist Richard Spencer recently filed a motion to dismiss a federal lawsuit that seeks to hold him responsible for the violence he caused in Charlottesville, Virginia, last August. Spencer argues...Show More Summary

Charlottesville, Va., Police Chief Retiring, As Fallout From 'Unite the Right' Rally

3 months agoNews : The Two-Way

Accused by a stinging report of a "slow-footed response" to violence at the rally, and amid claims that he intimidated officers, Alfred Thomas is retiring. His deputy will take over as interim chief.

Trump Jr. defends dad's response to racial protests

MONTGOMERY, Alabama (AP) — Donald Trump Jr. on Thursday stood by his father's declarations that "both sides" were to blame after August's racially driven violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, where a white supremacist killed a counter-protester. President...Show More Summary

Chris Long to donate first six game checks to fund Charlottesville scholarships

The Eagles DE is making the donations in response to the racial violence in his hometown

California lawmakers call for Trump to be censured over bungled Charlottesville response

6 months agoNews : The Raw Story

The California Assembly called on Congress to censure President Donald Trump after his comments about Charlottesville, VA, during a time of violence including a protest to remove a Confederate statue of Robert E. Lee in the city. On Friday night, Democrats in the State Assembly passed the...

Trump Again Proves His Claim About Waiting For 'Facts' After Charlottesville Was Garbage

6 months agoNews : The Newsroom

U.S. President Donald Trump explained his botched response to a deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last month by saying he needed “the facts” before broadly denouncing violence from racist groups.

Trump signs resolution condemning white supremacists after reviving claim of bad on ‘both sides’

6 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Donald Trump signed into law a Congressional resolution condemning white supremacists on Thursday, after lawmakers maneuvered the president into backing a text triggered by his equivocal response to racial violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. Trump signed the resolution “rejecting White...

Trump Can't Help It: He's Back to Claiming "Both Sides" Were Responsible for Violence in Charlottesville

We've seen this pattern over and over with Donald Trump. He says something grossly offensive or blatantly racist and/or sexist, there's a huge public outcry, then he insincerely walks it back and his people jump in front of the cameras...Show More Summary

The Sole Black Senate Republican Lectured President Trump on Racism After Charlottesville

6 months agoNews : Trending Now

Tim Scott of South Carolina described Trump's response to the violence as "sterile"

The Daily Show Compared Donald Trump to Miss America Contestants. Guess Who Seems More Presidential?

Miss Texas made headlines at the Miss America pageant on Sunday by criticizing Donald Trump’s reaction to Charlottesville in which he condemned violence “on many sides.” Margana Wood, when asked directly about Trump’s response to the...Show More Summary

Miss Texas Calls Out Trump’s Response To Charlottesville During Miss America Pageant, Becomes Internet Famous

Miss Texas publicly called out Donald Trump for his response to the Charlottesville violence during Sunday night’s Miss America pageant, and the Houston native has become something of an internet celebrity in response to her candor. As Salon reports, Miss Texas, Margana Wood, represented the Lone Star State at the annual pageant. Show More Summary

GOP senator expected to meet Trump to discuss race issues

Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), who said President Trump’s “moral authority” was “compromised” by his response to the white-supremacist-fueled violence in Charlottesville last month, is set to meet with the president Wednesday to discuss issues of race and race relations, said two people familiar with the meeting. Scott, who has been sharply critical of Trump and […]

After questioning Trump’s ‘moral authority,’ Sen. Scott to meet with president

Weeks after Sen. Tim Scott suggested Donald Trump's "moral authority" was "complicated" by the president’s response to the recent violence in Charlottesville, the Senate's only black Republican will meet with … Click to Continue »


ANDREW KLAVAN ON DIANNE FEINSTEIN’S ANTI-RELIGIOUS BIGOTRY: It is not surprising that the same Democrat party that denounced Donald Trump as a bigot for his infelicitous phrasing in response to the recent violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, should exhibit this plain, purposeful and insistent bigotry itself. It is the oldest Democrat trick in the book: accusing […]

Steve Bannon says Gary Cohn 'absolutely' should have resigned after Charlottesville

Steve Bannon, the former White House chief strategist and head of the far-right website Breitbart, said he believes Gary Cohn should have resigned after his public criticism of President Donald Trump's response to the violence in Charlottesville. "...Show More Summary

These Idiots Again?

Quite possibly the most useless legislative body outside of Washington DC : Aldermen introduced a proposal Wednesday in response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va., to ban guns, knives, shields, "rod-like" instruments and other potential weapons at Chicago public assemblies.The ordinance introduced by Ald. Show More Summary

Trump Could Finally Be Forced to Take Action Against White Supremacists—Thanks to Republicans

A joint, bipartisan resolution could compel President Donald Trump to take action against groups responsible for violence in Charlottesville.

Charlottesville and Voting Rights Loom Over Hearing for Top Civil Rights Enforcer

As the Trump administration tries to recover from its tepid response to the racially charged violence in Charlottesville, the president’s pick to oversee the country’s civil rights enforcement faced a swirl of questions Wednesday about his commitment to equality under the law in a confirmation hearing before the Senate. Eric Dreiband, President Donald Trump’s nominee […]

How Terry McCAuliffe, City Officials Failed to Act After Warning by DHS About Charlottesville Violence

  While authorities spoke of being caught off guard Homeland Security had warned of a violent uprising in Virginia.   It has been a vitriolic debate for weeks as to whether it is fair and/or responsible of anyone, from the President on down, to imply that Antifa hooligans are a violent contingent of counter-protesters. Show More Summary

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