Neo-Nazis adopt an unsuspecting Swift; Bundy attorney argue charges are illegal; Boykin rehired after right browbeats college; and more.
Broadly: How an unsuspecting Taylor Swift was adopted as the top pop idol for today’s neo-Nazi set.
Media Matters: How Donald Trump promotes crackpot far-right conspiracy theories.
Rolling Stone: Oregon candidates who backed the Malheur militia takeover are overwhelmingly voted out.
Oregon Public Broadcasting: Bundys’ defense attorneys argue that some of the Malheur charges are unconstitutional.
Providence Journal (RI): Swastika symbol scrawled on Pawtucket synagogue called an ‘act of cowardice.’
Raw Story: Trump’s new ‘Christian policy’ adviser claims he once stopped a tsunami through prayer.
Talking Points Memo: What can tank this conspiracy-theory-loving Texas board of education candidate?
Think Progress: A gay men’s chorus was humiliated at a San Diego Padres game, and it’s still unclear why.
Bismarck Tribune (ND): Small town of Antler broke the law when it razed a property being sought by white supremacist.
Right Wing Watch: How the religious right browbeat a private school into rehiring extremist Gen. Boykin after anti-LGBT remarks.