For this Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast episode, Shane Vander Hart discusses a pimp running for office in Nevada, an important Supreme Court decision for privacy, and the Southern Poverty Law Center’s recent settlement with the Quilliam Foundation.
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) apologized to the Quilliam Foundation and its founder, Maajid Nawaz, for labeling them “anti-Islamic extremists” and agreed to pay $3.375 million.
The SPLC “Hate Tracker” page includes the following social media hashtags: #christmas, #merrychristmas, #merrychristmaseve, #jesus, and #whitegenocide and #ineedwhitesupremacybecause this week.
The Pentagon has now officially disassociated from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) after previously using their materials for training on extremism.
The Southern Poverty Law Center, which misrepresents many pro-family groups as “hate groups,” added Campus Reform’s Hannah Scherlacher to its hate list.
Liberty Counsel: The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) grossly misrepresents and recklessly labels Christian, pro-family and conservative nonviolent groups as “hate groups.”
U.S. Senator Al Franken (D-MN) questioned judicial nominee’s judgment for speaking at an event hosted by Alliance Defending Freedom he considers a hate group.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers hash out the Civil War with Matt Johnson, and Steve Myers discusses college football on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst calls in, and Daniel Pettit and Mark Carter of Trailhead Builders International joins Shane Vander Hart.
WHO TV 13, Des Moines’ NBC affiliate, published Southern Poverty Law Center’s “hate map” list that includes mainstream conservative groups as news.
The Southern Poverty Law Center sent an apology to Ben Carson for adding him to their “extremist files,” but made it clear they still find his views extreme.
Dr. Ben Carson makes the Southern Poverty Law Center’s “extremist fies” that include neo-Nazis because of his opposition to same-sex marriage.
That is the unexpected call from Dana Milbank a liberal columnist for The Washington Post. I disagree with the Family Research Council’s views on gays and lesbians. But it’s absurd to put the group, as the law center does, in the same category as Aryan Nations, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, Stormfront and the […]