Following the attacks in France, including the murders at the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo, and a Jewish market, large Islamophobic rallies have taken place across Germany. One of the rallies' lead organizers resigned today as a head of an Islamophobic group after a newspaper published a selfie of him posing as Adolf Hitler.
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As the third part of our investigation into the troublesome line-up at the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition convention, IREHR examines a Tea Party activist who has traveled the country teaching a curriculum that refers to African-American children as “pickaninnies,” claims that the treatment of slaves was “humane,” and that “the economic system of slavery chained the slave owners almost as much as the slaves.”
- Bill Norton
- Tea Party Patriots
- tea party
- South Carolina Tea Party Coalition
- South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Conference
- National Center for Constitutional Studies
- Cleon Skousen
- W Cleon Skousen
- Tea Party Slavery problem
- Tea Party Racism
- John Eidsmoe
- The Making of America
- The 5000 Year Leap
- Glenn Beck
Quietly, without comment or apology, the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition has removed a second troublesome figure from the website of the group’s fourth annual convention.