Bill O'Reilly recently attacked Mark Potok of the SPLC as his 'Pinhead of the Week' for telling CNN's Erin Burnett that polls showed a majority of whites harbored negative racial attitudes towards blacks.
Evangelical crusader Scott Lively, credited with inspiring anti-gay legislation in both Uganda and Russia, was interviewed last week on NPR’s “Tell Me More” program by host Michel Martin to discuss Uganda’s harsh new statute.
Claiming fears of black helicopters and Agenda 21, the John Birch Society, Americans for Prosperity and other radical groups killed a reasonable growth plan.
Photographs published this week by an anti-racist website show the late Andrew Breitbart, a leading figurehead among mainstream conservatives, and his onetime protégé James O’Keefe – whose undercover videos are credited with causing the demise of the community organizing group ACORN – rubbing elbows with young white nationalists at two different right-wing conferences.
The Family Research Council's Tony Perkins is still trying to blame their problems on the SPLC labeling them a hate group.
The arrest in late November of a prominent “Freeman” leader in Canada has underscored the recent rise of the “sovereign citizens” movement north of the border, as well as law-enforcement authorities’ concerns about that development.
Sarah Palin and Fox have suddenly decided they like the Southern Poverty Law Center if one of their articles gives them an excuse to attack President Obama.
The audience of MSNBC's The Cycle were treated to conservative co-host S.E. Cupp playing concern troll for right-wing funides, designated as hate groups by the SPLC.
Need a little cheese with your whine, Tony? Or perhaps you should try looking in the mirror before you start going on national conservative talk television to point your little claws at the Southern Poverty Law Center for the unhinged attack by a
Dana Milbank is one of the reasons we can't ever have an honest debate. He and his fellow Villagers love to play the "everyone does it false equivalence" game. His latest suggests that while it was wrong for the Family Research Council to blame the