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‘Hung From a Tall Tree’: GOP Rep Calls For Lynching to Defend Confederate Statues

August 31, 2017

Republican State Rep Warren Love Faces Calls For Resignation After Inflammatory Social Media Post The fight over Civil War participation trophies continues and it’s no surprise when someone goes over the line trying to defend them. What might be surprising…

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‘They’ll Go Missing’: GOP Lawmaker Issues Menacing ‘Warning’ to Anti-Confederate Activists

August 30, 2017

It seems like these days the United States has been reliving some of the more brutal eras of its history. With the Russian hacking, we have gone back to the Cold War, and now with these violent protests over the…

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5 Ways Having Trump as President Makes Us Miss Obama Even More

August 26, 2017

Before Labor Day of his First Year, Trump has Already Made Obama Look Rushmore-Worthy by Comparison A presidential legacy is often a tricky perspective that tends to evolve (or, devolve) over time. As society moves further away from an administration, history…

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Trump Tweeted that his Horror Show Phoenix Rally was “Packed.” This Video Proves He Lied

August 23, 2017

Wednesday sees America awakening with a new sense of dread and distress following Tuesday night’s horror show of a Trump campaign rally in Phoenix. A SHIT SHOW IN PHOENIX If you watch true, *actual* media (READ: Not FOX), you will…

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TRAITORS: Fox News Host Calls Confederates ‘Revered Historical American Leaders’

August 20, 2017

It’s been five days since Donald Trump fell off the crazy train into the abyss of neo-Nazi advocacy. His press conference last Tuesday will be remembered as a tribute to the white supremacists that helped to elect him. To this…

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That Time Donald Trump Destroyed Historic Statues and F**king Lied About It

August 17, 2017

Even before the Charlottesville riot, there has been a huge debate regarding whether or not statues and memorials honoring leaders of the Confederate States of America should remain in public places. The Civil War, as readers may be aware, was…

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