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by Greg Maresca    Feb 12, 2018 Once upon a time in America, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) was an intrepid civil rights organization that exposed racial hate groups like the KKK and the Neo-Nazis. Its name was innocuous enough, in fact, it had an underdog quality to it that through the years has […]

The ABA’s House of Delegates approved a resolution recommending disarming American citizens based on accusations of “hate crimes” and being a threat, the American Bar Association announced Tuesday. Despite due process concerns raised by some who still view the Constitution as an impediment to total and arbitrary “progressive” rule, Resolution 118B passed by one vote. […]

By Carl M. Cannon RCP Staff March 19, 2017 Under different circumstances, Alabama civil rights lawyer Morris S. Dees and American Enterprise Institute scholar Charles Murray might have been colleagues, even pals. Instead, Murray found himself in a near-riot at Middlebury College after accepting a speaking invitation from Republican students at the Vermont school. Students […]

Paul Jacob – Posted: Feb 19, 2017 Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released a report entitled The Year in Hate and Extremism. It missed more than half the story. “The number of anti-Muslim hate groups in the United States has nearly tripled since 2015,” summarized the Washington Post, “due in part to […]

By Chris Cillizza February 9 Mitch McConnell’s decision to silence Elizabeth Warren on the Senate floor earlier this week drew massive media attention — and outrage among partisans of all stripes. By contrast, few people paid much attention to the speech Florida Sen. Marco Rubio gave in the aftermath of the shushing of Warren. They […]