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Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer tries Google after GoDaddy rejection

By guest — August 14, 2017

(USA Today) The company, which is based in Scottsdale, Ariz., has drawn criticism for months for its willingness to provide a domain name for a website ‘dedicated to spreading anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism, and white nationalism,’ according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.

Charlottesville: What I said from the pulpit yesterday

By David P. Gushee — August 14, 2017

White supremacist Christian nationalism must be clearly repudiated by all followers of Jesus Christ.

Donald Trump, relativist in chief

By Jeffrey Salkin — August 13, 2017

No, Mr. President: there was wrong on only one side in Charlottesville. The side that you cannot unequivocally condemn.

Virginia governor urges Trump to call white supremacists out ‘for what they are’

By Jerome Socolovsky — August 13, 2017

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe visited Mount Zion First African Baptist Church and First Baptist Church and spoke to congregants after violent clashes in the city between white supremacist groups and counterprotesters.

The hatred in Charlottesville does not surprise me

By A. James Rudin — August 12, 2017

(RNS) — As a Jewish youngster growing up in Virginia, it was plain to see.

Mayor of Virginia city targeted by anti-Semitic tweets after criticizing marchers

By Sharon Bernstein — May 14, 2017

(Reuters) Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer was the target of anti-Semitic tweets after speaking out against white nationalists who converged on a local park carrying blazing torches the night before.

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