A U.S. man claiming to be a missionary was arrested in Uganda after repeatedly assaulting and berating a hotel staff member in the name of “Jesus.”
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…
After spending part of her Fox News show earlier this week warning about how America is going to hell because of “massive demographic changes”—an obvious white supremacist dog whistle—Laura Ingraham opened up her Thursday night show with an explanation about why her racist monologue actually wasn’t racist.
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!
On Wednesday, the writer and activist Shaun King posted a video on Twitter showing a white man at a Manhattan restaurant berating employees and threatening to report them to immigration officials for the crime of speaking Spanish in public.
Hello and welcome back to Dear Dodai, in which I answer questions about navigating problematic situations, in an attempt to assist the needy and school fools. Let’s jump right into it, shall we?
Steve Bannon, one of the most extreme white nationalists in President Donald Trump’s orbit, is leaving his post as Trump’s chief strategist, the White House confirmed on Friday. White supremacy, though, isn’t going anywhere.
Every time there is a high profile racist incident in America, we all must huddle together to assure ourselves that at least we are not racists. The operating definition of racism needs an overhaul.