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Darrell Issa is trying to rename all coastal water within three to 200 miles of American shores after Ronald Reagan — for the third time.

Rick Perry — who hunts at a ranch called “Niggerhead” — is accusing Attorney General Eric Holder of inciting racial tension.

Antonin Scalia is downplaying talk of rancor within the Supreme Court.

The wealthy have a dirty secret: they’re still voting for President Obama.

Bill Nye the Science Guy is endorsing Barack Obama.

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Richard Spencer

Reprinted with permission from AlterNet

On Tuesday, November 23, a jury in Virginia found that a group of White nationalists and White supremacists who organized the infamous Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in August 2017 were guilty of a conspiracy — and the plaintiffs were awarded $26 million in damages. But reporting from the Associated Press stresses that collecting the money may be challenging, as some of the Unite the Right organizers are broke.

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Reprinted with permission from AlterNet

While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved COVID-19 vaccine booster shots for U.S.-based adults of all ages, anti-vaxxers continue to spread lies and misinformation about the effectiveness of vaccines. And some of those anti-vaxxers, according to Business Insider’s Tom Porter, are promoting fake and dangerous ways for people who have received COVID-19 vaccines and now regret it to “de-vaccinate themselves.”

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