Racism

John Fugelsang's Caffeinated: White People v. The N-Word

The N-Word has caused no end of trouble in recent history. Are there any instances in when a white person can use it? John Fugelsang explains it all.
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'Dozens of Blacks' Vote in Maine, GOP Leader Demands Investigation

Maine Republican Party chairman Charlie Webster saw "dozens of black people" voting in Maine on Election Day 2012 and would like to get to the bottom of this travesty!
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Paul Ryan Blames 'Urban Areas' For Obama Win

In his first time speaking since he and Mitt Romney lost the 2012 Presidential election, Paul Ryan blamed Obama's win on "urban areas".
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Slavery 'A Blessing In Disguise' - Republican AK State Representative

"Arkansas Republicans tried to distance themselves Saturday from a Republican state representative's assertion that slavery was a "blessing in disguise" and a Republican state House candidate who advocates deporting all Muslims. The claims were made in books written, respectively, by Rep. Jon Hubbard of Jonesboro and House candidate Charlie Fuqua of Batesville. Those books received attention on Internet news sites Friday...".
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Ad Pits Black People Against Immigrants

The anti-immigrant group NumbersUSA, which seeks to limit legal immigration, has put out a new, racist ad that tries to pit African Americans against immigrants. It features an African American man with his family explaining that he needs a job.
Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola (host of TYT University and Common Room), Steve Oh (TYT COO/Audio Guy), and Jayar Jackson (TYT producer) break it down on The Young Turks.
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GOP Caller to Seniors: 'Obama a Socialist Muslim, Will Get Rid of Your Medicare!'

This recording is of an actual phone call made by a GOP volunteer to a senior citizen in Florida.
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Mecklenburg County Republican Committee Felt These Racist Photos Were Appropriate... Until National Attention Arrived

Following the Washington Post's breaking news of racist photos posted by the Mecklenburg County VA GOP on Facebook - offensively targeting President Obama - outrage has spread across the Commonwealth and into the national spotlight. Last night, on the same day the story broke, the Rev. Al Sharpton covered the offensive photos on his MSNBC show PoliticsNation and numerous other newspapers across the country picked up the story.
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Uh Oh: Republican Lynches an Empty Chair in Northwest Austin

In light of Clint Eastwood's speech at the Republican National Convention, in which he had a largely one-sided conversation with an empty chair he pretended was Barack Obama, this imagery is now associated with the President.
The image of the chair is associated with the President. Now, lynch that chair from a tree, and you've got a pretty awful racist sentiment calling for lynching the first African-American President!
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