Category Archives: prejudice

One person’s historic memorial is another’s painful reminder of oppression

It’s been said- correctly, as it turns out- that history is written by the victors. More than 150 years after the end of the Civil War, symbols of the Confederacy… Read more »

It takes a subhuman mongrel to know one

President Trump met with Sarah Palin, Kid Rock and Ted Nugent in the Oval Office yesterday…. Nugent, who once said that “Donald Trump is as close to Ted Nugent as… Read more »

Personal responsibility for thee, nay for me

Attorneys for a Ohio man who is accused of attacking a black woman at a Donald Trump campaign rally last March claimed their client was acting at the behest of… Read more »

When standing up for equality and human rights really isn’t standing up at all

The NCAA is officially returning to North Carolina, seven months after yanking multiple championship events from the state over its passage of the anti-transgender law known as HB2. The NCAA… Read more »

An open letter to Kevin Swanson, a man of God and (not really) a real mensch

On…his “Generations” radio program, radical anti-LGBTQ pastor Kevin Swanson said that the children’s magazine Highlights is no better than ISIS because the magazine has announced that it will begin to… Read more »

“A President for ALL Americans”…if you believe “ALL” to mean “White”

Timothy Caughman’s murder was a lynching in Trump’s America: https://t.co/XosVmxWeOd pic.twitter.com/JvovP7ACIs — Slate (@Slate) March 26, 2017 A man was lynched this week. Timothy Caughman, 66, was a former social… Read more »

North Carolina: Where democracy is for losers and atheist, baby Jesus-hating Liberals

Since North Carolina voters elected Democratic governor Roy Cooper in November, the Republican-dominated state legislature has been on a mission to take away the governor’s power. The legislature’s latest power… Read more »

“Little Mogadishu”: Proof the immigrants add, not subtract, from the American experience

In her makeup studio in the heart of the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, Sumaya Keynan painted a metallic shade onto a customer’s eyelids on a recent Saturday evening. Keynan could have set… Read more »

Verily, thou shalt use public toilet accommodations comporting with thy birth gender: Part Deux

The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he… Read more »