Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (D) faced backlash after seeming to compare Trump supporters to neo-Nazis.
Mike Huckabee reacted to University of Virginia students defacing the statue of their college's founder, Thomas Jefferson, and tagging him as a "racist" and "rapist."
AFL-CIO union boss Richard Trumka explained his decision to depart President Trump's economic leaders council, saying the White House's labor advocates "turned out to be racist."
Dartmouth professor Mark Bray was chastised by the college's president after he called violence committed by the left-wing group Antifa a "legitimate response."
The school board of Robert E. Lee High School in San Antonio, Texas, voted to change its name after pressure by some who say it is racist.
Alabama went ahead and unveiled a new Confederate monument named “Unknown Alabama Confederate Soldiers” on Sunday despite the toxic politics currently surrounding the subject.
Scott Baio has had enough of the political correctness that in some cases leads to violence.
Protesters are planning a march starting from Charlottesville, Virginia to Washington, D.C. to fight white supremacy and demand that President Trump be removed from office.
A panel of President Trump's voters unanimously told CNN this week that they did not see an issue with his response to the Charlottesville riots.
A Charlottesville city council meeting devolved into chaos last night as protesters interrupted the proceedings with chants of "blood on your hands."
Vice President Mike Pence said his inclination is to encourage building more American monuments rather than tearing them down.
"Outnumbered" host Kennedy said President Trump should "check himself before he wrecks himself" and change the timing of his campaign-style rally scheduled for Tuesday.