Trump also made a weird comment about African-Americans today.
Scalise’s vote is the simplest measuring stick we have as to whether it’s fair to associate him with David Duke.
For days, I felt blank about the events in Ferguson and New York City — the non-indictment of officers responsible for the death of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, the protests. ...
As the smoke clears I see the passing of the old guard, and the rise of a much more dynamic St. Louis.
Five St. Louis Rams players held their hands up in a “don’t shoot” gesture of solidarity with Ferguson.
Chris Andoe is on the ground in Ferguson, Missouri, reporting live as the grand jury prepares to announce.
It’s a tough call. I can see why the police think they’re right, and I can see why Watts thinks she is.
Why I published a video of Ray Rice beating his fiancée unconscious, and how effective activism actually works.
Christians, including Catholics, compromise their “immutable sexual principles” all the time. And should again.
Paris’ Carnavalet museum has an exhibit about the Liberation of Paris, and guess who the bad guys are?
Coulter is upset that American Ebola victim Dr. Brantly went to help furnrs when he should have been in Amurika.
TIME published an article telling white gay men to stop acting like black women, then it joked about butt-sex.
Is it always prima facie evidence of bias when someone uses a slur in writing? This fag isn’t convinced.