The administration can whine all they want, but this president has poured gasoline on America's racial divisions.
"The leader of the free world can’t continue to use language that legitimizes the actions of extremists groups that promote hate."
"The president needs to be crystal clear that hatred has no place in our society, but he is currently failing at it."
This is the mess Donald Trump created. Before he takes office, he must clean it up.
"Maine Governor Paul LePage is a manifestation of the people who put him in office. This is an issue of racism being acceptable.”
Republican propaganda unknowingly convinced old angry white conservatives that Trump is the only man to implement the conservative agenda.
The country's most infamous county clerk Kim Davis will be hosted at tonight's State of the Union by none other than Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).
Maybe now it is time for sane Americans to stop laughing or shaking their heads in disgust at Trump and follow President Obama and other Democrats in addressing Trump's open hostility against any non-white and non-Christian for exactly what it is; patently un-American, hate-filled bigotry and genuinely inhumane.
Trump has tapped into the resentment of angry voters who above all else, are mad that they have to apologize for the way they treat others.
A new CNN poll has Trump soaring to his highest numbers yet, as GOP voters continue to embrace his politics of division and derision.
Kentucky gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin has tied his hopes on becoming the state's next governor to being proudly for anti-gay bigotry.
Mat Staver's "moral objectivity" is anything but objective, and seems to be based on what he needs to be true in any given situation
The far right's war on the LGBT community took a variety of turns this week.
There is a gross misconception among the people and pundits alike that extremism in the Republican Party is limited to one wing of the conservative movement.
By caving in to hate groups A&E has sent a clear message that haters are to be tolerated, but not those who are the victims of that hate.
Fox News' coverage of the events in Duncan and Decatur showcased what it has become: A network determined to appeal to its racist, bigoted base.
Glee suffered a tragic loss when one its stars died in Canada, and it prompted hate group Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) to launch a barrage of anti-gay hate and, plan to picket the actor's funeral.
It is a sad commentary that a man of President Obama's stature, intelligence, and even-keeled resolve has been the subject of such rancid racism in a country like the United States.
A pastor's proposal of concentration camps for gays and lesbians sounds a lot like a Third Reich style final solution to the gay marriage issue.
There are some who want Limbaugh off the air, and others want his racist and misogynistic rhetoric to stop, but they all have one goal in common; ending the hate Limbaugh promotes and inspires.