The housewives of white supremacy; White driver boasts of killing black man; Immigrants’ domestic-violence reports suddenly dropped; and more.
New York Times: The housewives of white supremacy: How women fit into a male-dominated political movement.
Daily Advertiser (Lafayette, LA): A white driver ran over a black man, then allegedly sent shocking racist messages on Snapchat.
Talking Points Memo: As Trump took office, immigrants’ reports of domestic violence dropped.
NRB: Vice President Mike Pence makes surprise appearance at FRC’s anti-gay ‘Watchmen on the Walls’ conference.
The Week: John Bolton’s new chief of staff has pushed for American Muslims who follow Islamic law to be deported.
KSL-TV (Salt Lake City, UT): Opposition growing to Utahn’s appointment as an assistant secretary of state.
Think Progress: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke defends sending rangers to border, cites ‘environmental disaster’ from immigration.
Los Angeles Times: California bars travel to Oklahoma over anti-LGBT adoption discrimination law.
USA Today: Nathan Larson is a pedophile and a white supremacist. And he’s running for Congress in Virginia.
Media Matters: Fox’s Tucker Carlson says Starbucks’ anti-bias training is a racist attack on white people.
Huffington Post: Right-wing trolls lash out against journalist for revealing identity of anti-Muslim bigot.
Daily Beast: Conspiracy theories are eating the alt-right-friendly site Gab from the inside.
Into More: LGTB YouTube videos are being served with anti-LGBT ads.
Guardian: How a gun-carrying, far-right activist plots a run at the U.S. Senate in Washington.
News-Leader (Staunton, VA): Extremist ‘Ghost Squad’ militia holds protest event in Verona, but hardly anyone shows.
Cincinnati Enquirer: Christian Identity church in Ohio Appalachian town spreads the white-supremacy gospel.
Orlando Sentinel (FL): Orlando-area resort apologizes after video shows woman yelling the n-word at a black guest.
Slate: Far-right German leader dismisses Nazi era as just a ‘speck of bird poop’ in the nation’s history.