People continue to show their whole entire asses to the world (through viral cellphone footage) and one woman filmed on a New York City bus during her hateful anti-Muslim rant is no exception.
Man, I know Florida gets a bad rap, but when things like this pop up, I really have to wonder about what’s in the water down there, and how a black middle school teacher could be caught spreading racist propaganda about Muslims, including posts shared by white supremacist groups.
Another proud bigot is going to run for national office. Whooppeee.
The Supreme Court said Monday that it will allow President Donald Trump’s travel ban to be fully enforced while legal challenges against it wend their way through the lower courts.
Jayda Fransen, deputy leader of far-right political party Britain First, told me that Donald Trump gave her and her party a much-needed morality boost.
On Wednesday, for no apparent reason other than that he’s a xenophobic piece of garbage who openly hates an entire religious group with a passion seen only by white men wearing hoods (or khakis) and wielding torches, the president of the United States retweeted Islamophobic posts from Britain’s far-right, fascist…
A man was kicked off a Greyhound bus en route to Kansas City, Mo., in the middle of the night because of his name‚ he says.
A fire at a Jordanian restaurant in Wichita, Kan., could now be investigated as a hate crime after graffiti was discovered in the back of the restaurant with the warning, “Go Back.”
Another day, another bigot off the streets. A North Dakota woman was quickly terminated from her job after a video of her racist rant went viral across social media.
The Georgia chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations is warning mosques across the state and the nation to be on high alert since a local mosque started to be targeted with several racially charged phone threats a few weeks ago.
The man who applauded the actions of the 9/11 hijackers has teamed up with white supremacist organizations across the country to hold rallies in at least 26 American cities this weekend.
The white supremacist suspected of murdering two men and wounding another screamed and shouted his way through an arraignment hearing Tuesday.
Another day, another idiot comes out to play. This time, a man is facing the music—or, rather, criminal charges—after going on what authorities say was an obscenity-laced, anti-Muslim tirade at a family trying to enjoy themselves on a Texas beach.
A Florida man attempted to burn down a convenience store, admitting, apparently, to local authorities that he thought the owner was Muslim and that he wanted to “run the Arabs out of our country,” the St. Lucie County Sheriff’s Office confirmed.
Muhammad Ali Jr., son of the boxing great who made news last week after it was reported that he and his mother had been detained by immigration officials at a Florida airport because of their Muslim names, is speaking out about his ordeal and said Monday that he felt “violated” when he was asked about his religion.
The number of hate groups in the United States rose for the second year in a row in 2016, a result of the radical right being energized by the candidacy of Donald Trump, according to a report released Wednesday by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos has been thinking a lot about hate recently.