Nehlen earlier this month held a debate with a fellow white nationalist over the best way to start a race war.
Yiannopoulos’ book will be printed by right-wing Regnery Publishing, after he lost a first deal following the release of comments on pedophilia.
Do reporters, or their readers, actually believe Laura Ingraham gave a Heil Hitler on stage, or that there were racially segregated elevators in a major convention hall in Cleveland, Ohio?
Conservative political commentator Laura Ingraham was criticized on social media for appearing to make a Nazi-salute at the Republican National Convention.
If you haven’t seen Jon Stewart’s hilarious Wednesday night report on the aftermath of the Norway massacre, you’re only hurting yourself. He brilliantly skewers the protests of Fox News and the right over the bigotry of the media’s identifying the accused shooter as a “Christian extremist.” There are numerous layers of hypocrisy to peel away, and each one is funnier than the last: It’s bigoted to call Breivik a Christian just because he calls himself one, but the Fort Hood shooter is definitely a Muslim terrorist because he called himself one. Christians in this country are the victims of relentless bigotry by the left, but anyone else who complains of bigotry is playing the victim card. Et cetera and so forth.
Well, well. I seem to have a missed a rather busy news week. I was cut off for a few days and didn’t have time to blog or follow the news, first because I was busy saying goodbye to a friend and second because I was sitting in a hotel in Portugal attending a United Nations seminar on the media and the Middle East (more about this in my Good Fences column later in the week). When I resurfaced I found the world had gotten even stranger than I remembered it.