The co-author of 'The Bell Curve' has argued that low IQ, social pathology and poverty are linked and may correspond to race.
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He called multiculturalism a "left-wing mythology."
Timothy Caughman's arrest record has nothing to do with why a white racist stabbed him.
It's 2017, by the way.
Several Patriots players are still boycotting President Trump because of his bigotry.
State attorney Aramis Ayala is facing political attacks, budget cuts and potential removal because she opposes the death penalty.
"It's unfortunate, but it's America," said University of South Carolina head basketball coach Frank Martin.
Ayala, a state attorney, had just announced she won't seek the death penalty for anyone convicted on her watch.
Ayala took office in January, and she's already delivering huge victories for progressives.
"Hawaii, what do you know? You were 5,000 miles from 9/11."
Jackson forcibly removed 46,000 Native Americans from their lands in the South. Over 4,000 died on the Trail of Tears alone.
"He’s had my home number for years," Johnston said.
"Go to hell black women," part of the graffiti read.
Wilson's lawyer says the former Ferguson police officer only used the term when repeating someone else.
"[There] are civilizations that produce very little, if any. This Western civilization is a superior civilization."
Native American protesters from across the US gathered in Washington DC to demand indigenous rights.
Obama may be on vacation, but he's still the boogeyman for many conservatives.
Critics are blasting 'Time' and other publications for their sexist coverage.
"Our family had dinner w the President & First Lady, who were warm & gracious," Cruz tweeted.
"Their parents need to apply for immigration like everyone else. If they are here in the U.S. illegally, I won't teach them."
The anti-Trump political revolution is off to a slow start, apparently.
Sessions fondly remembers the policies that disproportionally landed people of color in prison. We're still suffering from them.
This just keeps getting uglier.
Why do pundits seem so comfortable arguing that slavery left a cultural stain only on black people?
"[We] need the Attorney General ... to resign," said Sen. Elizabeth Warren. She's right.