Extremists still raking in e-commerce transactions; Shepard laid to rest in National Cathedral; ‘Alt-lite’ journalist has her libel suit dismissed; and more.
The Logic: E-commerce companies are still processing payment transactions for extremists like Alex Jones.
CNN: Twenty years later, hate-crime victim Matthew Shepard will be interred at National Cathedral.
Slate: What the ‘grievance studies’ hoax actually reveals: a hostility based on gender.
The Hill: Judge dismisses lawsuit from ex-Sputnik ‘alt lite’ journalist over her ‘OK’ pose.
Right Wing Watch: Brian Kemp is rigging Georgia’s vote in order to preserve white supremacy.
Media Matters: Voter-suppression stories aren’t just about which party wins, they’re about long-term racist disenfranchisement.
Think Progress: Iowa Republicans are getting tired of Rep. Steve King’s racist, offensive rhetoric.
Salon: Kansas GOP chair resigns after sending out memo saying Native American candidate would be sent back to reservation.
Talking Points Memo: Large groups of abandoned migrants in Arizona desert alarm Border Patrol officials.
Esquire: With a track record like hers, who the hell is Kellyanne Conway to call for ‘civility’?
Isthmus (Madison, WI): Rep. Chris Taylor’s fight against ALEC blooms into a showdown with David Horowitz.
AlterNet: GOP candidate backs out of appearance with pastor who compared gays to Nazis.
KDVR-TV (Denver, CO): Man who killed three Hispanics inside a Wal-Mart pleads guilty, avoids death penalty.
The News-Tribune (Tacoma, WA): Man faces hate-crime charge after early-morning threats, slurs at a Denny’s.
Arab American News: Dearborn Heights, MI, man charged with ethnic intimidation of an Arab American family.
Montgomery Advertiser (AL): ‘Escalating cycle’ of Alabama court fines, fees counter public-safety aims, report says.
Think Progress: Brazil’s far-right presidential candidate is too extreme even for Marine Le Pen.