Racists discover the Internet

“Experts dispute the number of movement supporters but agree about its efforts to modernize. While the virulent racism of old can still be found online, the movement today also includes more button-down websites run by white nationalism think tanks with vanity publishing units. Most of the best-known organizations also claim to have disavowed the violence of groups like the Ku Klux Klan.”

Well, that’s nice.

 

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Wide-ranging Menendez, Pascrell bill aims to protect school athletes

Roman Oben, Children's Cardiomyopathy Foundation President Lisa Yue, Rep. Bill Pascrell, Sen. Bob Menendez and Englewood Mayor Frank Huttle listen to Eagles defensive back Malcolm Jenkins during a press conference on the Safe Play Act, Sept. 8, 2014.

Roman Oben, Children’s Cardiomyopathy Foundation President Lisa Yue, Rep. Bill Pascrell, Sen. Bob Menendez and Englewood Mayor Frank Huttle listen to Eagles defensive back Malcolm Jenkins during a press conference on the Safe Play Act, Sept. 8, 2014.

Covered a press conference on the SAFE PLAY act, which stands for a lot of words. It tackles concussions, cardiac arrest, heat-related illness and energy drinks. That’s a lot. There were some former NFL players there and current Eagles DB Malcolm Jenkins, whom I did not boo. Here’s the story: http://nj-ne.ws/BhcoY