Well, America, the annual confab that is the 16th annual White Privilege Conference rolls on.
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LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Members of the tea party movement are "screw-loosers" who range from "sort of a generic racism" to "bald-faced racists," and they tend to become more racist the longer they associate with tea party ideas. Also, "tea partiers are not overly concerned about the economy," love "gun rallies," want power in the hands of white people and hate President Barack Obama because he "broke the white monopoly on the presidency."
A Democratic member of New Mexico's state House of Representatives is under fire for opining that "rape is defined in many ways, and some of it is just drunken college sex."
President Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign included a highly negative ad mocking John McCain, his Republican opponent, for being so old and out of touch he could not use email.
Man-made global warming has claimed another victim, according to Harvard University scientists. This time it's a collection of mummified remains of human beings who have been dead for some 7,000 years.
A college professor who holds himself out as an expert in citizenship and public affairs has announced his belief that the voting age in the United States should be as low as 16.
The American Humanist Association, which hates all religion with much fire and brimstone, has found a new big fuss to make over the Pledge of Allegiance.
Opponents of right-to-work legislation in Wisconsin are calling a right-to-work bill passed by both houses of the state legislature a giant conspiracy by huge corporations and wealthy conservatives that will destroy the state's economy.
An Indonesian company that manufactures sportswear has apologized for stamping an unusual set of washing instructions on the jersey of Pusamania Borneo, a soccer club on the island of Borneo.
In an instance of either gloriously world-class pranksterism or political correctness run amok, a man who calls himself a member of the Navajo Nation has filed a Change.org petition demanding that Buffalo, N.Y. rename itself because the appellation "Buffalo" is "offensive and racist."
The latest version of a top-selling study guide for the Advanced Placement European History exam explains the French Revolution with a chart which identifies Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas as a fascist and pairs him with the Ku Klux Klan.
Supporters of Common Core have encountered a public relations nightmare recently thanks to technical glitches, student boycotts and a slew of irate parents who are refusing to allow their children to sit for standardized tests.
Washington, D.C. journalists and other sad, bitter wackos on the margins of society have embarked on a recent crusade to find some scandal — any scandal — to sink rapidly rising 2016 Republican presidential frontrunner Scott Walker.
Wellesley College, the fancypants alma mater of scandal-ridden Democrat Hillary Clinton, announced on Thursday that it will now consider the applications of male students who have male genitalia as long as they dress, act and really feel like women.
Students at Dixie State University in the southwest corner of Utah have sued the school, claiming several First Amendment violations.
School district officials in Greenburgh, N.Y. have reassigned an employee because she and her bare breasts appeared in a movie that addresses the strong desire of a group of women to expose their nipples in public.
For the second time in as many months, police in Iowa have arrested a public school teacher on charges of public intoxication.
The Western European cultural habit of eating three square meals a day "is anti-science, racist, and might actually be making you sick," according to Mother Jones, the lefty magazine.
Fresh revelations continue to trickle out about the female teacher and female staffer at South Hills High School in West Covina, Calif. who were arrested in January for allegedly enjoying sex romps on the beach with male students during an overnight camping trip.
The Ohio Department of Education has announced that taxpayer-funded school districts won't suffer financial penalties if students refuse to participate in several grueling hours of Common Core-mandated standardized tests.