Fringe conservative talk show host Stan Solomon ranted this week that slain teen Trayvon Martin "deserves to be dead," and then added that gay author Dan Savage, who he called "that f*ggot," should die of "every disease known."
I'm not sure how Pat Buchanan managed to make it through life with all the disadvantages he had to face from being a white American. but he apparently believes that whites are the only group that you can still legally discriminate against in the United States.
This Thursday on The O'Reilly Factor, Bill-O got an earful from Kirsten Powers when he pulled his usual number and blamed the Lane murder on a "cultural collapse" of our society.
A new powerful ad is the first salvo in a long-term campaign to repeal ALEC-written Stand Your Ground laws.
New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly on Sunday asserted that people would die if the city's controversial policy of stopping and frisking suspects without a warrant was halted.
Nope, no racial prejudice here.
Matt Damon and Barack Obama aren't BFFs anymore, at least according to Matt Damon.
During a wide-ranging interview Tuesday on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," President Obama defended the National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance programs, arguing that the agency doesn’t target U.S. civilians.
Florida's Speaker of the House announced on Friday that hearings will be held this fall on the state's infamous “Stand Your Ground” laws.
The essential power-relations and basic logic of white supremacy are still in place in America. That's what George Zimmerman's acquittal showed. Here's a longer look at how that still works today.