Anonymous begins publishing alleged KKK members details

Anonymous begins publishing alleged KKK members details

International Business Times

Hacktivist group Anonymous has begun publishing the personal details of members of the Ku Klux Klan as its campaign of cyberwar against the white supremacist group escalates. Anonymous, the amorphous online activist collective, last week promised to reveal the identity of 1,000 members of the KKK after coming into possession of the private information through a…

This historian explains why democratic socialism has deep roots in American life

This historian explains why democratic socialism has deep roots in American life

History News Network The shock and disbelief with which many political pundits have responded to Bernie Sanders’s description of himself as a “democratic socialist”—a supporter of democratic control of the economy—provide a clear indication of how little they know about the popularity and influence of democratic socialism over the course of American history. How else

Why Asian Americans don’t vote Republican

Why Asian Americans don’t vote Republican

The Conversation During the recent No Labels-hosted Problem Solver Convention in New Hampshire, things got a little uncomfortable. When Joseph Choe, an Asian-American college student, stood up to ask a question about South Korea, Donald Trump cut him off and wondered aloud: “Are you from South Korea?” Choe responded, “I’m not. I was born in

Republicans afraid of confronting Black Lives Matter on the campaign trail

Republicans afraid of confronting Black Lives Matter on the campaign trail

Sabrina Siddiqui, The Guardian There are few areas of bipartisan consensus in the 2016 presidential election. Criminal justice has emerged as one. Republicans and Democrats are agreed: reform needs to happen. Related: Black Lives Matter protest interrupts Clinton speech on criminal justice A landmark US Senate deal on criminal justice , which seeks to overhaul

Conservative Texas court to decide if homeschoolers can wait for the Rapture instead of teaching their kids

Conservative Texas court to decide if homeschoolers can wait for the Rapture instead of teaching their kids

Travis Gettys The all-Republican Texas Supreme Court will decide whether homeschooling families must teach educational basics to their children or be allowed to wait for the second coming of Jesus Christ. An appeals court ruled against Michael and Laura McIntyre last year, saying the Christian couple was not exempt from state education regulations. The McIntyres