Oregon ‘Patriot’ guilty of land-takeover charge; Tennessee to sue over refugees; O’Reilly calls his critics ‘race hustlers’; and more.
Oregon Public Broadcasting: Jury finds Oregon man guilty of attempting to take over federal public lands near Sugar Pine Mine standoff.
Political Research Associates: Oregon’s Patriot movement makes clear it’s gunning for various offices in the May 2016 primary.
The Tennessean: Tennessee set to sue federal government over Syrian refugee resettlement plan.
The News & Observer (Charlotte, NC): North Carolina pediatric specialists call for repeal of HB2, saying it’s ‘harmful’ and ‘flawed.’
Washington Times: When conspiracy nuts like Frank Gaffney are involved, they can do real damage.
The Atlantic: A new Mississippi law allows doctors to refuse to treat LGBT patients on religious grounds.
The Clarion-Ledger (Jackson, MS): Jury convicts two Aryan Brotherhood of Mississippi members of a long list of crimes.
Right Wing Watch: Far-right World Net Daily pundit opines that liberals want to ‘get inside the underpants of our nation’s children.’
Raw Story: Trump fan’s anti-Islam rally in Georgia falls flat when only one other person shows up in support.
Media Matters: Bill O’Reilly fires back at his ‘race hustler’ critics for remarks about young black men with tattooed foreheads.