“At UF, which had nearly 1,000 state and local law-enforcement officers on campus on Thursday, the tab exceeded $600,000, the equivalent of nearly 100 students’ annual tuition. In effect, taxpayers heavily subsidized racist speech rather than education or research.”
Ultimately, we might all be better off if we restored some of the specificity to these labels.
“You will not replace us,” “Russia is our friend”, “the South will rise again.”
“We are ALL being played. Including JD.”
“No matter what color, shape or origin, modern-day right wing populism just cannot shake off its fascination with Mein Kampf.”
A Facebook spokesperson confirmed to The Daily Beast that the social-media giant “shut down several promoted events as part of the takedown we described last week.” The company declined to elaborate, except to confirm that the events were promoted with paid ads.
“My parents enlisted in World War II to fight fascism. They both served; my mother was a nurse, my father navigated bombers. They lost friends in that bloody war so that all the world could be free of fascism. They did not fight so that some white people could claim supremacy or that Nazis could openly walk the streets of America.”
“I helped kick a group of neo-Nazis off the internet last week, but since then I’ve wondered whether I made the right decision.”
There you have it America: proof positive that Will Ferrell is in on it too.
“I’d quit,” I replied.
Bannon can talk about “going to war” for Trump against Congress and the “globalist” elements in the White House all he wants, but the bottom line is that Steve already went to war – and he lost.
Today was Bannon’s last day in the Trump administration and on Friday evening we learn that it was also his first day back at the old barnyard.
“We are grateful for his service and wish him the best.”
“They have begun to do things they clearly don’t really want to be doing, and, to do so, they are (1) abandoning their sense of human dignity and (2) risking the appearance of cowardice.”