How is it that at the same time Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was in front of Congress giving testimony that said his company does “not allow hate groups” on its platform, white nationalist and king of the “alt-right” Richard Spencer managed to have not one, but two pages representing his hate ideology active on the…
An all-girls Catholic high school in Maryland has
taken out the trash fired a substitute teacher and field hockey coach after discovering his white supremacist ties, including the fact that he works for Richard Spencer’s think tank, which was originally reported by our sister site Splinter.
A fascinating new report has revealed some important information of which you may not be aware: If you touch a hot stove, you might get burned. Water is wet, fire is hot, and most Americans believe race relations in our country got worse after Donald Trump was elected.
Today in “Ahahaha, that’s what the fuck you get” news, the Nazi sympathizer who was profiled by the New York Times in an attempt to humanize him and his racist ideology says he has lost his job in the ensuing backlash from the article and could soon lose his home.
On Nov. 25, the New York Times published “A Voice of Hate in America’s Heartland”—a piece about the wedding registry, eating habits and eyebrow maintenance of an Ohio man who also happens to be a Nazi. This profile bothered quite a few people, who were somewhat annoyed that the country’s biggest and most important…
Updated Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, 3:13 p.m. EST: Both Twitter Support and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey have responded to the controversy surrounding Jason Kessler’s account being verified by Twitter.
Richard Spencer—a white nationalist who participated in the Charlottesville, Va., rally in August that led to deadly violence—is scheduled to give a speech at the University of Florida on Thursday, and in anticipation of the event, Florida Gov. Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency.
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll done in collaboration with the University of Virginia Center for Politics has found that while respondents by and large reject white supremacists and neo-Nazis, many share the same racial beliefs to which these vilified groups subscribe.
A white nationalist pulled his gun out on anti-racism protesters and opened fire into a crowd and in the direction of a black man who had an improvised flamethrower, all while appearing to yell a racial slur for good measure. While all of this happened, police did nothing.
President Douchey von ShitFace isn’t happy that the “beautiful” statues commemorating racism at its finest are being removed, because you know racism and monuments to racism need to be preserved!
The University of Florida is the latest institution to tell white supremacists to take that shit elsewhere, denying a request by a group led by white nationalist Richard Spencer to rent space on campus for an event in September.
It seems as if Texas A&M University has found a loophole around First Amendment issues, with officials announcing Monday that they have canceled a planned white supremacist rally meant to be hosted on campus, citing student safety.
The president of Washington State University’s chapter of the College Republicans is crying foul after he was photographed participating in the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., claiming that he is being unfairly maligned.
It seems as if white supremacists haven’t done enough damage or wreaked enough havoc after the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va., that left one person dead and multiple others injured. Now a Texas college town has to wonder if its home will be turned into the next racist stomping ground after a…
White nationalist—and overall devil’s spawn—Richard Spencer became the target of protests over the weekend after racist signs were found in Alexandria, Va.
Looks like white nationalist Richard Spencer will be hunting for a new gym after his regular Alexandria, Va., establishment pulled his membership after he was confronted by a Georgetown University professor who called him a neo-Nazi.
You can’t make some stuff up. According to WISC-TV, a University of Wisconsin-Madison student who is in the middle of trying to start a white nationalist group on campus has served time in federal prison for setting two black churches on fire.
White supremacist leader Preston Wiginton is a genius racist, but that's where his genius ends. On Wednesday the Texas A&M University student newspaper, The Battalion, reported comments made by Wiginton in which the racist says he wants to create a WAACP.
President-elect Donald Trump, who spent his entire campaign spouting white nationalist rhetoric, has once again tried to distance himself from the hate-filled groups.