In the early 20th century, the Klan's virulent nativism and anti-Catholicism fueled its interest in education policy.
Their suggested replacement for 'Karen' is far more offensive than the term itself.
In One Arizona County, Child Protective Services Will Eventually Investigate Two-Thirds of Black Children
A staggeringly high number of families are subject to child abuse and neglect investigations in Maricopa County, Arizona.
The "free speech absolutist" is maintaining some content restrictions while loosening others.
The journalist has taken a great deal of flack—from both sides.
The "Ye24" campaign is seemingly managed and shaped by the likes of Milo Yiannopoulos and Nick Fuentes.
On Thursday, a federal court granted a preliminary injunction against the portion of the law applying to higher education, with one judge describing the law as "positively dystopian."
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill in September that will chip away at a policy that has long been criticized as enabling racially-motivated policing.
Having a city council secretly dominated by people with racist views is troubling, but having an entire political system controlled by one special interest group is also scandalous.
The G Word, a new documentary, only occasionally covers serious issues. But it opts not to do honest reporting.
A lack of transparency doesn't make politicians better people.
Plus: Copyright versus the internet, roofer helping rebuild hurricane-damaged Florida houses arrested for lack of Florida license, and more...
A new petition seeks a posthumous pardon for Callie House.
A new report looks at decades of troubling trends of bad convictions in murder, rape, and drug cases.
More universities than ever are now requiring lengthy DEI statements from job applicants. Is that good for academic freedom?
The intellectual watchdog keeps tabs on everyone from The 1619 Project's Nikole Hannah-Jones to Mises Institute's Hans-Hermann Hoppe in the name of serious scholarship.
The analysis reinforces the historical case for armed self-defense in response to racist violence.
But Bank of America's Community Affordable Loan Solution program will likely be a gentrification accelerating machine.
Why Won't the Biden Administration Join Gorsuch in Seeking To Overrule These Racist SCOTUS Precedents?
The Insular Cases “rest on a rotten foundation,” Gorsuch wrote.
Local Law Prevented an Alabama Town From Firing Two Cops. So They Dissolved the Police Department Instead.
When one police officer's racist text messages surfaced online earlier this month, local officials found that city law prevented the outright firing of the officers involved.
A Black Family's Property Was Seized via Eminent Domain. A Century Later, Their Descendants Just Got It Back.
Segregation-era racists tried to drive the Bruces away from their own beachfront property. When intimidation didn't work, they resorted to the power of the state.
A second public health official cited the work of antiracist educator Tema Okun after several people on the thread objected.
White player suspended for calling black player "Jackie"; many journalists conclude that the player (and Yankees fans!) are racist.
In response to the Buffalo massacre, Gov. Kathy Hochul invoked a hoary analogy to justify censorship.
Plus: The editors each point out one key disagreement they have with one another.
Maybe it's not a good idea for the government to prohibit all viewpoint-based moderation on social media.
An exhibit featuring 19th-century Jewish American artwork was axed after the university objected to two artists who supported the Confederacy.
"It's too bad that a heckler's veto prevailed here," says Ilya Shapiro.
The Verdict Against Ahmaud Arbery's Killers Highlights the Problems With Federal Hate Crime Statutes
Such laws, which allow redundant prosecutions based on defendants' bigoted beliefs, supposedly are authorized by the amendment that banned slavery.
According to a former federal prosecutor, the seemingly redundant case sends "the message that the Justice Department won't tolerate this type of racist hatred."
Frustrated parents had their revenge against Gabriela Lopez, Alison Collins and Faauuga Moliga.
Everybody's least favorite chart made another appearance, this time in a Washington University in St. Louis training session.
"It's the taxpayers that are funding this."
Virginia is moving on without the Democratic duo.
The university is making standardized tests optional for admissions through 2026.
The ACLU's Push To 'Cancel' Student Debt Shows How Far It Has Strayed From Defending Civil Liberties
The organization's embrace of a wide-ranging progressive agenda undermines its reason for existing.