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State Board of Education member James Ford tied “swing voters” and “white moderates” to “white supremacy” in a late-night tweet Monday, Aug. 17.
State Board of Education member James Ford tied “swing voters” and “white moderates” to “white supremacy” in a late-night tweet Monday, Aug. 17.
 
West Point administrators have dropped a motto that had become a part of the fanfare surrounding the Army football program since the mid-1990s after officials discovered that the phrase traced back to white supremacist biker gangs and the neo-Nazi prison gang Aryan Brotherhood.
West Point administrators have dropped a motto that had become a part of the fanfare surrounding the Army football program since the mid-1990s after officials discovered that the phrase traced back to white supremacist biker gangs and the neo-Nazi prison gang Aryan Brotherhood.
 
We're all on the same side. When a white supremacist terrorist shoots up a Walmart filled with innocents in El Paso, we should all be on the same side. We should be mourning together; we should be fighting together.
We're all on the same side. When a white supremacist terrorist shoots up a Walmart filled with innocents in El Paso, we should all be on the same side. We should be mourning together; we should be fighting together.
 
On Sunday, Adam Serwer of The Atlantic wrote a piece about Rep. Steve King (R-IA), who recently did an interview with The New York Times in which he suggested that there was nothing wrong with the phrases "white supremacy" and "white nationalism."
On Sunday, Adam Serwer of The Atlantic wrote a piece about Rep. Steve King (R-IA), who recently did an interview with The New York Times in which he suggested that there was nothing wrong with the phrases "white supremacy" and "white nationalism."
 
As I watched the antics of the hooded "Antifa" mobs at Berkeley and other large universities last year, I thought that I'd missed something in my many years as a college professor.
As I watched the antics of the hooded "Antifa" mobs at Berkeley and other large universities last year, I thought that I'd missed something in my many years as a college professor.
 
Since my childhood, the horror of trying to feel superior by putting down anyone else has been pointed out to me as a travesty of society everywhere.
Since my childhood, the horror of trying to feel superior by putting down anyone else has been pointed out to me as a travesty of society everywhere.
 
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