Yes…ESPN has lost tens of thousands of viewers and subscribers over the past 5 years due to their liberal shenanigans. But this one takes the cake. They have dropped an announcer from the upcoming Virginia-William and Mary football game because his name may offend some snowflake viewers. His name is Robert Lee. Never mind that, unlike his namesake of Civil War prominence, the modern day person is of Asian descent. You cannot make this stuff up.
Dear P.M. Ken Doll is having vocabulary issues now that he's forced to admit that a flood of illegal immigrants to his country might cause a tad worse problem then striving to be a #Tolerant nation. Obviously if he actually used the word ILLEGAL, some of his SJW fanzies would be a bit cross with him so Irregularly will have to do. Of course if even that word is considered insensitive or constitutes a micro-agression he can resort to words like Inexplicably or Unobtrusively.
This could explain a lot of things. I had long suspected Obama was not of this Earth.
I was quite shocked to see this story on Twitter Saturday morning. I didn't even know anyone was looking for the ship. This is personal. My father lost his brother, a young man of 19 years old when the Indy sunk on 7/30/1945. Many people lost family members during WWII. Our story is no different. I wish my dad and his brothers could have seen this day. They are all gone now. Hopefully there will be some closure for the families of the men that died trapped in the ship and the ones that went through the nightmare floating in the ocean for days.
The top 10 list of most 'hateful' states is via our favorite Communist organization, Southern Poverty Law Center.
There seems to be a pattern. MT is #1 and ID is #2, #3 thru #8 are southern, last is IN (Pence's state, of course).
The actual formulas used are in this article:
> Hate groups: 9.6/million
> Number of hate groups: 10
> Pct. pop. identifying as white: 88.9% (8th highest)
> Pct. pop foreign born: 2.1% (4th lowest)
There are 10 active hate groups in Montana, up from six in 2015. Adjusted to the state’s population of just over 1 million, no state has a higher concentration of active hate organizations. The true level of organized hatred conducted in a state can often be difficult to determine. In Montana, however, white supremacy and far-right radicalism is often closer to the surface than in other parts of the country. They are, for example, talking points of local Montana politician Taylor Rose, who has a history of involvement with white nationalist organizations. Despite his views and affiliations, Rose received broad GOP support and narrowly lost the election for the Montana House of Representatives this past year.
Widespread anti-Islamic sentiment surfaced also after a refugee resettlement program was introduced at the end of last year in Missoula. Over 97% of Montana residents are U.S. natives, the second highest percentage, and just 2.1% of the population are immigrants, the fourth smallest share.
> Hate groups: 7.1/million
> Number of hate groups: 12
> Pct. pop. identifying as white: 91.5% (5th highest)
> Pct. pop foreign born: 5.7% (22nd lowest)
There are 7.1 hate groups for every 1 million people in Idaho, nearly the greatest concentration of any state considered. One of the least diverse states in the country, some 91.5% of the state’s population identifies as white, nearly the largest share of any U.S. state. Despite the state’s relative racial homogeneity, or perhaps because of it, one of the dozen hate groups operating in Idaho is a KKK chapter based in Hayden.
Newly emerging hate groups in Idaho reflect the broader changes occurring on a national scale. The SPLC identified five anti-Muslim groups operating in the state in 2016, groups that were not active as recently as 2015.
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