Republican State Rep. Will Dismukes of Alabama is making more being-a-racist news. On Thursday, Dismukes announced he would be stepping down as pastor of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Prattville.
Tennessee State Rep. Andy Holt (R) treated everyone to a little revisionist history while complaining about moving the remains of former Confederate general and the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.
If there is good to come of this, it is men like this, crawling out from under their rocks into the light.
If you thought the Selma pro-KKK billboard story could not get any uglier, you were wrong.
But they want everyone to know it's not like they were sending a message on the 50th anniversary of the Selma march.
A Ku Klux Klan leader named Edward, who goes by the title "KKK Exalted Cyclops," is promising the "largest" rally in Memphis history after the city decided to remove Confederate names from three parks. In an 9-0 vote on Tuesday night, the
After Governor Haley Barbour refused to denounce the proposed Mississippi license plates commemorating a former KKK leader and Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest, John King decided to bring in Sons of Confederate Veterans' Greg Stewart to defend his group's effort. And of course Mr. Stewart said this has absolutely nothing to do with slavery, or the Klan or racism. They're just wanting to honor this former Klan leader because of his military record in the Confederate Army.