There seems to be some serious confusion on the left side of American culture when it comes to Christmas, religion, and bigotry.
The problem is not that the SPLC is anti-hate, we would commend anyone who speaks out against hatred and hateful groups like the KKK, the Black Panthers, Neo-Nazis, Antifa, and the Westboro "Church."
PayPal made the news in August of 2017 when it cancelled the accounts of so-called “hate groups” who depend on it for donations from readers. CBS reported:
Gutfeld explained that the SPLC has long been a far-left organization that was dedicated not to human rights, but to undermining conservatives.
After the terrible events in Charlottesville, any God-fearing, rational American would welcome this news, correct? The problem, however, is that by allowing groups like the SPLC to define what is hate and who is a hater, they show how dangerous this development could be.
This is like the modern equivalent of the horrible anti-witch hysteria in Salem in 1692-1693. If you were accused of being a witch, then you were virtually guilty.
Maajid Nawaz is a former Muslim extremist who now spends his time fighting against the spread of radical Islam in the West. For his efforts he has been threatened with death by Islamists and he has been slandered as an “Islamophobe” by liberals.
Over the weekend, “MSNBC contributor and Newsweek senior editor Kurt Eichenwald accused Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity and Republican members of Congress of defending ‘right-wing terrorists’ during the Obama administration...
In a startling story from the New York Post, Paul Sperry uncovers the truth about the bogus SPLC report and the stories which spun off from it.
It's just further proof that the mass of the mainstream media is as invested in Democrat victory as the Democrats themselves are. Which means, the media cannot be trusted.
As you know, social media organizations are targeting conservative websites and Youtube content. The latest is the Babylon Bee. Babylon Bee is a Christian satire site with an edge. Sometimes it’s hard to tell if a post is satire because so much of what we read and see these days is mindbogglingly and incomprehensively idiotic […]
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The war between the American mainstream media and U.S. conservatives is heating up, thanks to the incessant censorship of social media platforms by the liberal left.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has done some good work in the past. Sadly, much of that should now be forgotten because for the last 20+ years the SPLC has become a tool of leftist agitation and anti-conservative bigotry.
There are a great many flawed institutions within the United States that have somehow gained credibility, despite their bizarrely unfounded approach to the nation around them.
Tax experts say the SPLC has more money than it could spend through normal operating costs, and pointed out that offshore transfers are not a common practice for nonprofits. The organization held $328 million in assets and received $50 million in donations in 2015.
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Dr. Frank Wright, President & Chief Executive Officer at D. James Kennedy Ministries (DJKM), announced that DJKM filed suit today in the United States District Court against the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
Now, at least one Antifa anti-Trump protester apparently forgot to get rid of his racist, hateful pamphlet that read, "The evil white race must be destroyed!"
Back in March of this year, sociologist Charles Murray was invited to speak at Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vermont. Little did Mr. Murray know that he was about to be involved in one of the most glaring examples of liberal insanity that has infected American colleges in recent years.
The Democrats throw around the word “hate” like they do “racism.” It’s the only way they know how to argue. If they can’t make the race card stick, there’s always the “hate” card to play. It covers a multitude of situations. It’s like switching from Global Warming to Climate Change.
In a move that will surely be denounced by American leftist, protests against the cruel and unusual punishments of Sharia law are taking place across the country.
Yesterday, I was interviewed for an exposé on the profit-making, non-profit, anti-Christian advocacy group the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).
Is there a plot by Muslim supremacist groups to colonize America and eventually turn it into an Islamic Sharia government? According to one woman, the answer is an emphatic "Yes."
As usual, the liberal media and Democrat pundits are mischaracterizing the past weekend's march as grassroots. Listening to them, people would believe that the participants were sincere, spontaneous and concerned citizens. While some were genuine, most were paid minions.
Starting on the day after the November 9 announcement that Donald Trump was to become our 45th U.S. president, here are the top 30 fake hate crimes...
Multiple U.S. media outlets are citing an online survey by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) as proof Donald Trump’s election is causing a surge of bullying in schools. But the survey is flawed in several obvious ways, and shouldn’t be taken as proof of anything at all.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, a group I often refer to as the premier hate group, is not looking to silence debate over Barack Obama's Muslim resettlement program because the facts are coming out.
Okay we know that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is generally over-the-line liberal loony-toons but this seems extreme even for them, Ryan Lenz who is an editor at the insane asylum masquerading as an anti-right wing hate group was on CNN this morning and claimed that Trump’s phrase “drain the swamp” was racist.
Harry Reid may not have much time left before he retires, but he’s been taking the Senate floor frequently after the election to proclaim his distaste for the President-elect.