The Rise of Anti-Americanism . . . in the GOP
donald trump / Republican Party / Trump Administration

The Rise of Anti-Americanism . . . in the GOP

Republicans are often the first to brandish a flag or claim the mantle of patriotism or to question others’ patriotism over something as trivial as wearing a flag lapel pin. When it comes to the substance of American values, however, recent survey results, demonstrate that Republican views increasingly are hostile to bedrock American values. Nothing … Continue reading

Its Time to Kick Trump in the Rump
2016 Election / Racism / Republican Party

Its Time to Kick Trump in the Rump

WHEREAS . . . In 1981, Republican Senator Barry Goldwater responded to Moral Majority founder Jerry Falwell’s statement that “every good Christian should be concerned” about Sandra Day O’Connor’s nomination for the Supreme Court by stating Every good Christian should line up and kick Jerry Falwell’s ass.* WHEREAS . . . Donald John Trump has made numerous … Continue reading

2008 Election / 2012 Election / Racism / ron paul

Ron Paul Endorsed White Supremacist for President in 2008

In 2008, Ron Paul did not endorse Republican nominee John McCain, but rather Paul endorsed Constitutional Party Candidate Chuck Baldwin.  Baldwin is a neo-Confederate New World Order conspiracy theorist who praises the confederacy and its leaders, Robert E. Lee andStonewall Jackson, and calls the Civil War the “War of Northern Aggression.” Baldwin writes a weekly column on the white supremacist site Vdare and … Continue reading

2012 Election / Confederacy / Racism / Republican Party / ron paul / Teabaggers

Ron Paul Truth Squad in Response to Iowa’s Disgrace

For months, I have heard Ron Paul supporters complain that they were being ignored by the media. only to then whine when they did and discovered Paul’s horrific record on race.  The Paulistas have responded by minimizing Paul’s record to a few sentences which they claim he has repudiated.   The reality is that his … Continue reading

Immigration / Racism / Uncategorized

A Whiter Shade of Pale: Arizona and State Sponsored Bigotry

Rosalyn Carter once said, “a leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.” Governor Brewer has chosen the former and elected to play to Arizonans’ fears and prejudices. Regardless of the merits of each proposal, when viewed collectively and in the context of the election of the nation’s first black President, Governor Brewer clearly was setting the tone that the state would protect the dominance of its declining white majority. Continue reading