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If You Hate ‘Antifa’, You Are a Fascist

On Sunday 4th, October 1936, my Jewish grandfather took to the streets of the East End in London and went to fight fascists marching through his neighborhood. The Battle of Cable Street was a defining moment in British history when domestic fascism was beaten back and London refused to bow to a …Continue reading Continue […]

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MEMBERS ONLY: Trump’s Racial Ignorance and the Mythology of the ‘Lost Cause’

(Cover photo by Bob Cesca: The Virginia Monument, Gettysburg, PA.)The Banter Long Read: The violation was known as “vagrancy.” If you were a black man in the South following Reconstruction, and you were unable to show proof of employment on-demand to the police, you could be arrested and delivered …Continue reading Continue Reading at

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Trump Claims He Didn’t Say Nazis and Anti-Fascists Are Morally Equivalent (He Did)

There’s a familiar pattern to the president’s incessant lying: he says something demonstrably false, gets destroyed by the press and public for lying, then he claims everyone else is lying about whatever it was he said. Over the past few days, Trump has explicitly stated that “both sides” were …Continue reading Continue Reading at

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Charlottesville Happened Because White America Voted For Donald Trump

Tragedy struck Charlottesville, Virginia this past weekend, and once again, hatred is at the center of the conversation in America. White supremacists marched in the middle of the night showing their anger for the impending removal of the Robert E. Lee confederate statue. The following day, they …Continue reading Continue Reading at

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‘Successful Businessman’ Trump Attacks CEOs Who Quit His Manufacturing Council

Donald Trump’s racist base may be more fond of him than ever after his pathetically weak condemnation of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia. But another group that he considers his “people” — CEOs — seem to be becoming more disenchanted with him. And some of them are speaking out, which is …Continue reading Continue Reading […]

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Yes, You Can Blame Donald Trump For the White Supremacist March in Charlottesville

“We are determined to take our country back,” said former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia today. “We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That’s what we believed in, that’s why we voted for Donald Trump. …Continue reading Continue Reading at

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