The SPLC calls the Nation of Islam a hate group. The leaders of the Women’s March kept praising its leader.
The League of the South hates black people, Jews, and lots of other people. But there's one country, and one man, it really, really likes.
The founder of Britain’s anti-extremist Quilliam Foundation says that now he’s won millions and an apology from the Southern Poverty Law Center, he wants to move forward with them.
Ronald Egana says the ankle monitor he was forced to wear came attached with $3,000 in hidden fees. The SPLC says he’s probably not the only one.
While skeptics fixate on a handful of false reports, the number of real hate crimes has been rising across the United States.
Call it “Islamsplaining”: First-world keyboard virtue-signallers have put themselves in the business of issuing fatwas.
Hate groups are on the rise. Klan membership is increasing astronomically. In Trumped-up America, are we marching back to Bloody Sunday and Bombingham?