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Family values are part of the equation in the Charleston shooter case

Family values are part of the equation in the Charleston shooter case

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Blame the 'White Racial Frame' for Charleston massacre

Blame the 'White Racial Frame' for Charleston massacre

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Charleston SC police identify mass murderer

Charleston SC police identify mass murderer

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'Pray for America' says MLK niece in wake of Charleston hate-crime

'Pray for America' says MLK niece in wake of Charleston hate-crime

UPDATE: The Federal Bureau of Investigation identified on June 18 that Dylann Roof, 21, is a the suspect in the shooting at Charleston's Emanuel A.M.E. Church that killed nine.

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Tensions mount in S. Carolina after mass murder at black church

Tensions mount in S. Carolina after mass murder at black church

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Racist race-faker Dolezal used black face, says black brother

Racist race-faker Dolezal used black face, says black brother

Rachel Dolezal once sued Howard University for anti-white discrimination. She went on to lead the Spokane chapter of the NAACP.

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White NAACP leader passed as black, keeps mum

White NAACP leader passed as black, keeps mum

Ongoing investigation as to the claims of racial identity by Rachel Dolezal: a civil rights activist and NAACP chapter president in Washington State. Received a scholarship reserved for black students.

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A long hot summer: poll shows Americans expect rioting

A long hot summer: poll shows Americans expect rioting

A racial divide has developed among Americans about the causes of urban riots. Obama's evolving rhetoric about police.

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Government fumbles response to Baltimore mayhem

Government fumbles response to Baltimore mayhem

Governor Larry Hogan said that Obama praised him for acting appropriately during the rioting.

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Police stand still as protest rages in Baltimore

Police stand still as protest rages in Baltimore

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Movie Review: 'Little Boy'

Movie Review: 'Little Boy'

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Texas jury refuses to indict cops who killed mentally insane man

Texas jury refuses to indict cops who killed mentally insane man

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Democrat says

Democrat says "Open season on black men"

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Sexuality is not equivalent to race

Sexuality is not equivalent to race

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Indiana Democrat: 18-month old baby is racist

Indiana Democrat: 18-month old baby is racist

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Anti-Jewish article in The New Yorker magazine

Anti-Jewish article in The New Yorker magazine

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Re-naming the infamous bridge at Selma, Alabama

Re-naming the infamous bridge at Selma, Alabama

Perhaps the Edmund Pettus Bridge might now bear the name 'Martyrs of Selma' instead. Sign the petition.

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Oklahoma Univ. violated First Amendment rights of racists

Oklahoma Univ. violated First Amendment rights of racists

So wrote David Swerdlick at The Root.

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Campus double-talk on racism

Campus double-talk on racism

Some hate speech is not tolerated on U.S. campuses, while other such speech is tolerated. Why?

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Two officers shot in Ferguson - video

Two officers shot in Ferguson - video

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The growing Black pro-life movement

The growing Black pro-life movement

Even while Black American constitute 12 percent of the US population, 35 percent of abortions are of black babies. Black prolifers swim courageously against the tide of death.

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Why Black Americans support Israel

Why Black Americans support Israel

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India: Jim Crow laws in the world's largest democracy

India: Jim Crow laws in the world's largest democracy

Caste, race, and India's eugenic policies play a role in supressing voter rights.

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Best-selling author remains a road warrior for human rights

Best-selling author remains a road warrior for human rights

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Racist bullying countenanced at Brandeis University

Racist bullying countenanced at Brandeis University

Pro-Palestine leftists call for an 'intifada' in the U.S. as a response to disputes between police and civilians over shootings in Ferguson MO and the Eric Garner case in NYC.

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Best-selling author explains essential role played by IBM in the Holocaust

Best-selling author explains essential role played by IBM in the Holocaust

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Noted author Edwin Black schools students on the roots of racism

Noted author Edwin Black schools students on the roots of racism

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Ferguson is not an isolated case

Ferguson is not an isolated case

Well-meaning whites would be well advised to consider the disparities in the US that leads to tears of rage and disappointment in African-American communities.

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Black politician accuses Democratic Party of racism in Missouri

Black politician accuses Democratic Party of racism in Missouri

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Ferguson! The distraction

Ferguson! The distraction

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Tainted tetanus vaccine stirs a row in Kenya

Tainted tetanus vaccine stirs a row in Kenya

A Kenyan teachers union, and the hierarchy of the Catholic Church, have called for an investigation into fears that a UN-sponsored tetanus vaccine is causing miscarriages among Kenyan women.

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Alinskyian agitators stir discontent in Ferguson MO

Alinskyian agitators stir discontent in Ferguson MO

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Nigerian archbishop denounces the West for imposing contraception

Nigerian archbishop denounces the West for imposing contraception

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The paradoxical American debate on immigration

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Clinton-era official blames 'white' suburb for Detroit mess

Clinton-era official blames 'white' suburb for Detroit mess

Robert Reich, a political economist who served in various Democrat administrations, is a professor at UC-Berkeley.

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VP Biden uses 'racist' Tea Party language

VP Biden uses 'racist' Tea Party language

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Violent antisemitism mars Temple University campus

Violent antisemitism mars Temple University campus

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Attorney General Holder goes to Ferguson to put the fix in

Attorney General Holder goes to Ferguson to put the fix in

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Government funded re-education of educators on so-called 'White Privilege'

Government funded re-education of educators on so-called 'White Privilege'

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Fox News discussion of Obama's record touches on racism

Fox News discussion of Obama's record touches on racism

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Anti-Jewish attack in Kansas didn't come from nowhere

Anti-Jewish attack in Kansas didn't come from nowhere

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University of Michigan says it will use all 'legal tools' to ensure student diversity

University of Michigan says it will use all 'legal tools' to ensure student diversity

The US Supreme Court upheld a voter initiative in Michigan that prohibits the use of racial preferences to ensure student diversity.

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Supreme Court affirms affirmative action ban in Michigan

Supreme Court affirms affirmative action ban in Michigan

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University of Michigan students demand campus-wide 'race and ethnicity' courses

University of Michigan students demand campus-wide 'race and ethnicity' courses

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Would whites allow abortion for daughters bearing black babies?

Would whites allow abortion for daughters bearing black babies?

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Just say 'no' to Girl Scout cookies, says pro-life leader

Just say 'no' to Girl Scout cookies, says pro-life leader

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Italy deals with racist intimidation of cabinet member

Italy deals with racist intimidation of cabinet member

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MSNBC host gives tearful apology to Mitt Romney

MSNBC host gives tearful apology to Mitt Romney

On December 29, Melissa Harris-Perry and guests on her eponymous MSNBC program appeared to use Mitt Romney's black grandchild as a prop to illustrate that the Republican party is allegedly racist.

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MSNBC comedians take issue with the race of Mitt Romney's grandbaby

MSNBC comedians take issue with the race of Mitt Romney's grandbaby

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The Holocaust, Syria, and the German business of poison gas

The Holocaust, Syria, and the German business of poison gas

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Unasked questions about the national impasse over Zimmerman and Martin

Unasked questions about the national impasse over Zimmerman and Martin

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Justice comes for American victims of eugenic genocide

Justice comes for American victims of eugenic genocide

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The origins of Islamism

The origins of Islamism

Islam, a religion, cannot be turned into a handmaiden of politics; when this occurs, Islam is turned into Islamism. Its defining characteristic is its intolerance of others, including Muslims, and glorification of violence against all who disagree. The conflict inside the Muslim world might be characterized as one between tyranny and freedom, even if that tyranny is packaged in God's name.

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Trying George Zimmerman in the court of public opinion

Trying George Zimmerman in the court of public opinion

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America's continued fascination with eugenic genocide

America's continued fascination with eugenic genocide

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Trayvon Martin is no hero of civil rights

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Florida counties brace for violence in Zimmerman case

Florida counties brace for violence in Zimmerman case

A video produced as a public service announcement by Broward County FL is asking the public to "raise your voice and not your fist," anticipating violence should George Zimmerman be found not guilty of the killing of Trayvon Martin.

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Target Stores sued for discrimination against Hispanics

Target Stores sued for discrimination against Hispanics

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California: state gov't compelled women to undergo sterilization

California: state gov't compelled women to undergo sterilization

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Hitlerland: book review

Hitlerland: book review

History is inevitable only in retrospect. American policy towards Hitler's Germany before and during the Second World War offers lessons Americans should heed.

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Planned Parenthood of Orlando FL targets African-American girls

Planned Parenthood of Orlando FL targets African-American girls

Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando received over $2.2M from the feds to provide information about anal and oral sex. One of the programs is directed specificially to African American girls. Planned Parenthood is paying the girls to participate in the program.

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England: Fear grows of 'politically correct' treatment for Muslims

England: Fear grows of 'politically correct' treatment for Muslims

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On a day like today: Mythmaking and the bombing of Natchez

On a day like today: Mythmaking and the bombing of Natchez

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White House blogger neglects to report on Obama's Morehouse tribute to MLK

White House blogger neglects to report on Obama's Morehouse tribute to MLK

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At Morehouse College, Obama speaks of shared experience with black Americans

At Morehouse College, Obama speaks of shared experience with black Americans

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Focus: Deep South 'school-to-prison' practice follows mistreatment of school girl

Focus: Deep South 'school-to-prison' practice follows mistreatment of school girl

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Catholic Health Association: who are you kidding about W.H.O.?

Catholic Health Association: who are you kidding about W.H.O.?

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Here's to you Jackie Robinson

Here's to you Jackie Robinson

There is a Michigan-connection in the Jackie Robinson story. The ally of the famous ballplayer who integrated the whites-only national past-time, Branch Rickey, had coached at the University of Michigan.

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The virtue of tolerance, according to progressives

The virtue of tolerance, according to progressives

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Hypocrites at The Onion, and Hollywood

Hypocrites at The Onion, and Hollywood

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Flint Michigan sees spate of racial discrimination charges

Flint Michigan sees spate of racial discrimination charges

A hospital beleaguered by racial discrimination charges has gotten a case moved to federal court. Meanwhile, charges of racism were heard at a board meeting of Mott Community College in Flint.

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Michigan lawsuit charges hospital refused to allow African-Americans to treat white patient

Michigan lawsuit charges hospital refused to allow African-Americans to treat white patient

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Anti-Israel groups continue to boast of non-existent victories

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World Health Organization prescribes abortion for the poor

World Health Organization prescribes abortion for the poor

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Michael Moore and Moveon.org promote vulgar anti-Romney video

Michael Moore and Moveon.org promote vulgar anti-Romney video

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Author Edwin Black lectures in Seattle on 'IBM and the Holocaust'

Author Edwin Black lectures in Seattle on 'IBM and the Holocaust'

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Elderly bus driver beaten unconscious in Kansas City

Elderly bus driver beaten unconscious in Kansas City

Apparently, there not only 'crazy little women' in Kansas City. Crazy marauding teens are on the loose, too.

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Black woman stands her ground, kills white man

Black woman stands her ground, kills white man

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Brad Pitt to produce Hollywood version of 'IBM and the Holocaust'

Brad Pitt to produce Hollywood version of 'IBM and the Holocaust'

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1,400 'ugly black babies' will be murdered today

1,400 'ugly black babies' will be murdered today

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Jewish People for the Suppression of Other Jewish People

Oh dear, there goes the neighborhood in Westhampton Beach NY.

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Democrat continues Florida campaign despite anti-Semitic remarks

Democrat continues Florida campaign despite anti-Semitic remarks

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Maputo Protocol promotes eugenic approach to contraception in Africa

Maputo Protocol promotes eugenic approach to contraception in Africa

A radical transformation of African societies appears to be the goal of the African Union, in league with organizations such as Planned Parenthood.

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Racism is repulsive: in whatever form it takes

Racism is repulsive: in whatever form it takes

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Michelle Obama gives green light to politicization of religion

Michelle Obama gives green light to politicization of religion

"We see that in the life of Jesus Christ. Jesus didn't limit his ministry to the four walls of the church," Michell Obama said. "He was out there fighting injustice and speaking truth to power every single day."

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'Color Purple' author disses Jews and Israel

'Color Purple' author disses Jews and Israel

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Pregnant women with HIV go untreated for depression

Pregnant women with HIV go untreated for depression

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Georgia police officer investigated for kicking pregnant woman

Georgia police officer investigated for kicking pregnant woman

A nine-month pregnant woman claims Officer Jerad Wheeler kicked her in the abdomen, later causing her to have an emergency C-section.

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A Renaissance Michigan Man

A Renaissance Michigan Man

George Jewett was a pioneer, perhaps without knowing it, in 1890s Michigan. Resisting racism, he excelled on the playing field and life.

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Israel remembers Chinese diplomat who rescued Jews

Israel remembers Chinese diplomat who rescued Jews

A Chinese diplomat, inspired by Christian teachings, defied his superiors to give visas to Jews who otherwise would have been exterminated.

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George Zimmerman carried weapon against neighborhood watch rules

George Zimmerman carried weapon against neighborhood watch rules

George Zimmmerman listed himself as a Democrat and Hispanic American on his Florida voter registration. When his wife had been threatened by a dog, police told him to buy a firearm instead of pepper spray.

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Holocaust survivors deserve equal justice

Holocaust survivors deserve equal justice

With the passage of HR 890, Holocaust survivors would be able to bring claims for insurance compensation that is currently denied.

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Edwin Black livestream video event on racist eugenics

Edwin Black livestream video event on racist eugenics

Edwin Black, the author of 'War Against the Weak', provides new documents and evidence of America's eugenic genocide of so-called 'unfit' people such as blacks, native Americans, Mexicans, and disabled. North Carolina is now considering reparations.

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Racist mob puts Alabama man in hospital

Racist mob puts Alabama man in hospital

Matthew Owens remains in critical condition following a beat-down by a mob of 20 adults and children in Mobile. Racist slurs were used, and reference made to the Trayvon Martin case.

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Who is the racist?

Who is the racist?

Let's talk with one another like adults. Nothing that is done to George Zimmerman, justly or unjustly, will unlynch a single black man.

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Edwin Black speaks on new findings of Nazi-links to North Carolina racist eugenics

Edwin Black speaks on new findings of Nazi-links to North Carolina racist eugenics

The United States, with help from wealthy individuals and foundations, launched upon a campaign of racial extermination that inspired the Nazis. Black offers shocking new evidence in the new edition of War Against the Weak.

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Sweden's distinct problem with racism

Sweden's distinct problem with racism

The Culture Minister of Sweden, Lena Adelsohn Liljeroth, made waves when she was seen having fun by cutting into an elaborate cake made in the shape of a black woman.

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Racial politics and the 2012 electoral race

Racial politics and the 2012 electoral race

The GOP has failed to garner support from minorities and immigrants. That spells trouble for Mitt Romney and other Republicans.

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Scholar-in-residence Edwin Blacks speaks to interfaith gatherings in Saskatchewan

Scholar-in-residence Edwin Blacks speaks to interfaith gatherings in Saskatchewan

In observance of Holocaust Day, Yom HaShoah, bestselling author Edwin Black will address Catholic and Lutheran students, business students at University of Regina, and at Beth Jacob Synagogue on the role of IBM in facilitating the Nazi death machine.

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Race baiting and media hustling in the Trayvon Martin case

Race baiting and media hustling in the Trayvon Martin case

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