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Brett Favre Is a Social Network
It sounds nuts to say that anti-Semites took advantage of Brett Favre to spread racist memes. But that’s because you think of Favre as a quarterback.
Woman Says ‘Proud Boy’ Arrested for Beating Protesters Attacked Her Last Year
An anonymous Muslim woman says Geoffrey Young viciously attacked her at a protest last year, and bragged about it online afterward.
No, the Extremist Fever in the GOP Is Not Breaking
Both Barack Obama and Jeff Flake have described extremism in the GOP as a “fever.” With Trump in charge, it’s now stronger than ever.
Let’s Talk About Roy Moore’s Extremism on Abortion
His views should be terrifying to voters, even in arch-conservative Alabama. Democrat Doug Jones needs to put the spotlight on them.
The Assassination of MP Jo Cox Has Intensified Britain’s Political Crisis
Her suspected killer said his name was “death to traitors, freedom for Britain,” in a court appearance on Saturday, but how the tragedy will influence next week’s Brexit vote remains unclear.
Philadelphia Gunman Who Opened Fire on Cop Was Inspired by ISIS
Amazingly, the officer survived.
Arrests and Attacks Mount Over Woolwich Killing
A day after 2,000 far-right demonstrators took to the streets, David Cameron announced a plan to combat Muslim extremism.
American Muslims Not Really Murderous
A new study calls Islamic extremism “a minuscule threat to public safety.”
David Cameron: ‘Multiculturalism Has Failed’
We have encouraged different cultures to live separate lives.”