‘White genocide’ prof tweets he has university support

(Reuters) A Drexel University professor, whose tweet that he wanted “white genocide” for Christmas sparked a firestorm of criticism from the school and social media, said on Tuesday that administrators supported his right to take part in political debate. George Ciccariello-Maher, a white associate professor of history and politics at the Philadelphia university, has said […]






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Black man convinces 200 KKK members to quit

(BUSINESS INSIDER) — Daryl Davis is an accomplished blues musician who’s played alongside legends like Chuck Berry and Jerry Lee Lewis. But he’s probably better known for his longtime hobby of making friends with white supremacists. Davis, 58, has spent years traveling the country and forging friendships with members of the Ku Klux Klan and […]






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Obama Administration Has Resettled Forty-Six Refugees in Montana Despite Local Opposition

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President Barack Obama’s administration has resettled 46 refugees in Missoula, Mont., since August, according to the Department of State’s interactive website. Local opposition to the influx of refugees has been loud and vocal, but the Obama administration and the local voluntary agencies (VOLAGs) who are being paid to settle the refugees appear indifferent to what the majority of Montana residents prefer. Instead, they appear to be responding to the political leadership of Missoula County, home to the University of Montana. It is the second most populous county in the state with 109,000 residents, and one of only six counties in Montana that voted for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. Trump defeated Clinton in the state by a 56 percent to 36 percent margin, but in Missoula County, Hillary Clinton won  by a 53 percent to 37 percent margin. The Missoulian reported that “Missoula County commissioners touched off a firestorm when they sent a letter to the U.S. State Department last winter saying they’d welcome the resettlement of 100 refugees a year to deal with the worldwide crisis, which has reached proportions not seen since the aftermath of World War II.” Outside of Missoula County and Democratic Governor Steve Bullock, there is strong






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Big state joins 17 others in reining in asset forfeiture

A move to provide greater protections for Americans’ private-property rights is gaining momentum, with the signing by Gov. John Kasich in Ohio of a new law that requires that criminal charges be filed before police can take an individuals’ assets. The Heartland Institute, a free-market think tank, said Wednesday that with Kasich’s signing of House Bill […]






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