He did not say that! Oh, yes he did.
The landlord at a Mississippi RV park admitted over the weekend that he evicted a couple because they were interracial.
Clarion-Ledger, April 3, 2016.
And they say he's the smart one?
NBC, Meet the Press, June 26, 2015.
Fox's Shepard Smith reacts to the news that the Supreme Court will make a ruling on gay marriage this year and states the obvious about which states are pushing back the hardest against marriage equality. How long before Uncle Rupert finally shows Shep the door if he keeps this stuff up?
If you've got HBO and did not get a chance to watch their documentary, The Loving Story this week, it reairs in May. In the wake of the two hearings by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, the film serves as a stark reminder for how we're likely to be viewed by future generations for the rhetoric and animosity we're seeing to same-sex couples being allowed to be married today.
In what he called “another episode of the politics of religion,” Lawrence O'Donnell described an encounter Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had with a Ron Paul supporter where he was asked about the Mormon church's stance in
A small church in Pike County, Kentucky has voted to ban interracial couples from most church activities "to promote greater unity among the church body." Melvin Thompson, former pastor of Gulnare Freewill Baptist church, proposed the ban after
Old Times There Are Not Forgotten: 46% Of Mississippi Republicans Believe Interracial Marriage Should Be Illegal
Haley Barber has done a marvelous job in Mississippi. He didn't mind sharing his thoughts about what a great organization the Citizens Councils was back in the day and he said that growing up there during the civil rights revolution wasn't all