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A Kalamazoo, MI businessman is facing a backlash over his Facebook social media posts and insists that even though he's seen giving a Nazi salute in one picture and boasts of a swastika on his forehead in another, that he is 'not a Nazi.' It's a really simple thing really. If you're 'not a Nazi' then don't act like...
Ladies, be careful who you meet on dating sites. Chris Cantwell, who will always be remembered as the Crying Nazi, is finding out that living life as a radical scumbag comes with consequences. Cantwell, who participated in the 'Unite the Right' hate-rally over the weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia, tried to find love on OKCupid but his membership was just...
In a show of solidarity for Takiya Thompson, 22, the woman who was arrested in Durham, North Carolina for assisting in the toppling of a Confederate statue in the area, what looks like hundreds of activists, poured into the police station to claim that they took down the statue. Police in the Durham area have been conducting raids to...
These Nazi idiots remind me of my favorite German word, and I don't mean sauerkraut.
Steve Bannon
Everyone is talking about the possible future of Steve Bannon today after his astonishing accidental interview with Robert Kuttner, co-founder and editor of The American Prospect. Speaking under the strangely mistaken impression that he was off the record in a conversation about China, Bannon let slip that he has little respect for the political movement that showed up in Charlotteville,...
Everything we heard Donald Trump say during his jaw-dropping press conference in which a swift backlash ensued from both sides of the aisle never happened, according to the amateur president. Trump lashed out at the media during his presser and blamed 'both sides' for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia which resulted in a Nazi using his car as a...
The mayor of Birmingham had a crew wrap a 52-foot Confederate monument in plastic and then obscure it with plywood yesterday after the city council president condemned it as "offensive to our citizens." "We need to take them down," Johnathan Austin told Mayor William Bell of the city's Confederate monuments. "We will deal with the repercussions after that." The repercussions were...
PayPal is the latest in a string of public entities refusing to do business with Nazis.
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