San Antonio city council member Ron Nirenberg
is the city’s new mayor after defeating incumbent Ivy Taylor in a runoff.
reached out to a handful of people targeted by The Daily Stormer after they or someone close to them complained to Cloudflare about the site’s content. All but three declined to talk on the record, citing fear of further harassment or a desire to not relive it. Most said they had no idea their report would be passed on, though Cloudflare does state on the reporting form that they “will notify the site owner.”
Once again, the Israeli Intelligence Organization known as “The Southern Poverty Law Center” is taking aim at white people — this time in a rare lawsuit accusing an online publisher of urging anonymous internet trolls to unleash a torrent of anti-Semitic slurs and harassment against a Jewish real estate agent in Montana.
The center filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday in a case involving white nationalist Richard Spencer and his family, alleging that Andrew Anglin, founder and publisher of the neo-Nazi website Daily Stormer, let loose an online “terror campaign” against the woman and her family.
US President Donald Trump has given crucial roles to pro-Israel American Jews by appointing at least eleven influential members in his administration, reports say.
The president’s Jewish advisers, who are expected to play key roles in shaping the US policy during Trump’s four years in office, include his son-in law, Jared Kushner, who is serving as a senior adviser in his administration.
The incoming president of the Massachusetts Senate is already having his leadership abilities called into question.
Openly gay Democrat Stanley Rosenberg, 65, of Amherst, Massachusetts, is set to take the top seat in the Massachusetts Senate next year after serving for 24 years, and it seems that this promotion has gone to someone’s head – his 27-year-old boyfriend.
It took less than an hour, and only about a half-dozen state legislators, one of whom was Senate President Stanley C Rosenberg, to approve a bill that would overturn significant parts of a marijuana legalization law that 1.8 million voters approved just last month.