The most patriotic thing an American can do is reject Donald Trump’s sh*t hole “vision” for America. It’s not because Donald Trump proposed it. It’s because his “vision” consistently brought war and political instability every time it was tried by ordinary countries in history who were trying to achieve the exceptionalism that America already has. Exceptionalism doesn’t mean perfection.
Over the past week Donald Trump has been lambasted for emboldening white nationalism after a white nationalist killed 50 Muslims at two New Zealand mosques.
When a reporter asked the president whether he sees “today that white nationalism is a rising threat around the world?” Trump responded, “I don’t really.”
The organization formerly known as The Republican Party does not exist anymore. Donald Trump has destroyed it.
With his appeal to racism, white supremacists and white nationalism he has transformed the Grand Old Party. It is no longer a conservative organization of affluent and educated voters. It is now a party of angry white people who have a chip on their shoulders and believe they are the victims of a global, multicultural world.
Many U.S. law enforcement and security officials now believe that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has its priorities wrong. According to these highly-experienced professionals DHS resources are being wasted on the so-called “threat” posed to our southern border by the caravan of poor refugees making its way north through Mexico from Central America.
The end may very well be near for Donald Trump's presidency.
"In terms of people actually working in the administration, apparently everybody is fine, nobody is leaving, they're all okay with it."
Though the majority of Americans do not condone the racially driven terrorism we saw in Charlottesville this weekend, this is increasingly what America is becoming with Donald Trump in the White House.
Obama's message of love and unity – and his clear suggestion that today's violence was racially motivated – stood in stark contrast to Trump's remarks.
The world is a different place than conservatives wish it to be, and those differences are only going to become more pronounced.
Rep. Steve King (R-IA) appeared on CNN this morning and answered questions about his white supremacist tweet from yesterday. Asked by Chris Cuomo what he meant, King answered that he means exactly what he said.
Steve King tweeted that "culture and demographics are our destiny. We can't restore our civilization with somebody else's babies."
Until the conservative movement can live by a commitment to equality, it will not have the moral authority to lead the country.
Trump claims he has a good relationship with "the" blacks, which must be why he credentialed a pro-slavery secessionist at his rally Saturday
White nationalists love themselves some Donald Trump, their last best hope to prevent the sin of multiculturalism, which they see as genocide for the "white race."
The GOP platform for 2016 has become about defending the indefensible and Gaffney praised the "wonderful" work of a leading white nationalist
Donald Trump is utilizing many of the same themes as Adolf Hitler, including a myth of betrayal, scapegoating, and ethnic nationalism
Ann Coulter sees Homeland Security's task to hunt criminals (i.e. people who don't speak English), and impose Anglo-Protestantism on all
For the second time in less than two years, a billboard has gone up near Birmingham, Alabama, carrying a pro-white, anti-diversity message delivered by a loose-knit group calling itself the White Genocide Project.