claims he`s working on his annual analysis
of the Southern Poverty Law Center ($PLC)`s finances. But meanwhile I am fascinated to see that the message is speading. Phil Tignino, the leader of a Youth For Western Civilization chapter
at the University of Washington, recently responded to an attack by "Hideous Heidi"
Beirich (yes, she has time to attack college students) as follows:
Tignino said groups like SPLC are paid to call conservatives racists, and most conservatives don`t find their opinions credible. Anything they have to say is null and void, he said.
(WSU student group accused of subscribing to white nationalism
, by Andrea Castillo, KOMOnews.com, April 21, 2011)
And in Durham, North Carolina, the SPLC`s entrepreneurial attempt to expand into Hispanic illegal alien victimology has been rebuffed by a courageous local columnist. He wrote:
Since its founding in Birmingham, Ala., in 1971 by civil rights lawyers Morris Dees and Joseph J. Levin Jr., SPLC has evolved into a freewheeling, hard-left outfit.Claims lack merit without evidence
, by Bob Wilson, The Durham News
April 24, 2011