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One Last Look At Volkswagen's Beetle Before It Drives Off Into The Sunset
The cute-as-a-bug car carried everyone from Hitler to hippies.
Eric Trump Loses It Over What He Apparently Thinks Is 'Nazi Salute' Dig At Dad
Photo of the president, waving, exposes mainstream media's "hatefulness" and "propaganda," he fumes.
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Dinesh D'Souza, Convicted Felon Pardoned By Trump, Has Done Some Vile Things
D’Souza has literally defended Adolf Hitler.
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Senate Candidate Who Praises Adolf Hitler Ejected From California GOP Convention
Patrick Little responded by calling participants in the GOP convention “zionist stooges.”
UK Vlogger Teaches Nazi Salute To Dog. Judge Fines Him For Committing A Hate Crime.
The judge also ripped the video's "menacing anti-Semitic and racist" messages.
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German Theater Gives Free Hitler Play Tickets To People Wearing Swastikas
Prosecutors declined to investigate, saying the giveaway is protected as artistic expression.
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Cambridge Analytica Founder Once Compared Trump To Hitler
Trump vilified Muslims the same way Hitler vilified Jews, Nigel Oakes said.
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6 Baby Names That Have Tanked In Popularity
And the likely reasons Americans rejected them.
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Erykah Badu Under Fire For Seeing 'Something Good' In Hitler
The singer says the Führer "was a wonderful painter."
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6 Of The Most Bizarre News Stories In 2017
It's tough to believe so much weirdness was crammed into a single year.
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The Texas Prison System Has Some Confusing Logic On What Books Inmates Can Read
"Where’s Waldo," "Freakonomics" and a collection of Shakespeare’s sonnets are banned. "Mein Kampf" is apparently allowed.
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Larry David Goes To The Dark Side With Death Camp Pick-Up Lines On 'SNL'
Twitter's not laughing.
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Suspect In Slayings Of 2 Black Men Reportedly Had Hitler Speech At Home
Kenneth Gleason, 23, faces two counts of first-degree murder in the Baton Rouge shootings.
Police Chief Resigns After TV Report Links Him To Neo-Nazi Websites
The ex-Oklahoma chief claims vindictive skinheads highjacked his name.
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Why Banning Hate Groups Won't End Them
Associate Professor of education and sociology, American Unive...
Bans often backfire, further fueling extremism by driving it underground and adding to disaffected youths' sense of unfairness or injustice.
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Dear Trump: I've Lived Through The Nazi Regime. Don't Let History Repeat Itself.
Our president must say in no uncertain terms that hate groups have no place in America.
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If You Want To Understand Anti-Fascist Movements, You Need To Know This History
Senior lecturer in history, University of Northampton
Trump was wrong about the “alt-left,” but most people aren’t quite right either.
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How A German City Found An Absolutely Genius Way Of Handling Neo-Nazis
The program's so successful, other communities hassled by neo-Nazis have emulated it.
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Godwin's Law Creator Supports Calling Racist Demonstrators 'Nazis'
Not all Nazi comparisons are accurate, but some absolutely are.
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Holocaust Museum Asserts That Neo-Nazism Has No Place In America
The museum reminded that the Holocaust, the murder of millions of people, "began with hateful rhetoric.”
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