Stop Politicizing Legitimate Causes | SPLC

by Bob Najmulski | Dec 2, 2017 | SPLC News | 0 Comments

Founded in 1971, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) publishes a quarterly magazine titled “Intelligence Report”, which is distributed at no cost to law enforcement agencies across the country. The SPLC has also produced six “training videos” for law enforcement…

by Matt O’Brien | Oct 10, 2017 | SPLC News | 1 Comment

The Southern Poverty Law, commonly known as the SPLC, center should probably be renamed Southerners Piling up Large Currency. The organization, which Fox News host Tucker Carlson has called totally fake, has stashed approximately four million dollars in…

by Matt O’Brien | Aug 30, 2017 | SPLC News | 1 Comment

Here in the United States, we’re taught in elementary school that the First Amendment to the Constitution protects free speech. This is based on the notion that the free exchange of ideas is essential in a democracy. If the government were to suppress any criticism of…

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