The question to ask is not how to stop immigration, but rather, how to stop Donald Trump.
[T]he rise of racism in the United States ... is giving a pretext to some heavily armed, demented people to go out and kill people.
The far-right comes out of the dark ... to .... become part of the American mainstream. And this time around, they have a great ally: none other than the president.
During the election campaign, Trump was already struggling to distance himself from white supremacists ... Now, he’s cultivating ambiguity.
The ... historical problem of Nazi supremacists still remains, but the nerve of Trump's opponents to pass off the president as their accomplice is disgustingly hypocritical.
<i>Following the massacre of nine African-Americans perpetrated by a 21-year-old white man within the walls of a house of worship steeped in history, the aptly named church, Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in South Carolina, United States, onlookers are left perplexed by the survival of such hateful and [Read more]
Beyond repeating the litany of remarks condemning the lack of gun control ... we need to analyze why a young white man ... decided to embrace the hatred held by white supremacists.