A group of white nationalists that don’t think they’re white supremacists traipsed around the Rice University campus and placed at least four “recruitment” fliers on trees and traffic-light boxes as part of their mission to save white people from the genocide they see on the horizon.
According to Rice University police, students began reporting the fliers and chattering about them on Twitter. One flier, signed by the American Vanguard, said, “We have a right to exist” with a picture of white people’s faces, and another said “Defending your people is a social duty, not an anti-social crime” with a picture of mom and child, according to Rice spokesman B.J. Almond. Others posted at Texas universities including Texas State and the University of Texas – Dallas drew inspiration from President Donald Trump.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Customers’ breakfast allegedly became a grub-hurling, worker-assaulting living hell, thanks to one Naomi Braginsky — and her freakout is said to have continued after her arrest, with two deputies and a hospital staffer among her reported victims. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: At every NFL game, there are thousands of great people — and a few douchebags. But judging by his arrest affidavit, Jacob Magee was the douchebaggiest of the lot thanks to his decision to use a free ticket as an excuse to take photos up an unsuspecting woman’s skirt. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: Looking back on 2016, we realized that some of the folks whose crazy stories we told deserved an even higher honor — recognition as a Douchebag of the Year. Click to see our choices for the top ten, presented in chronological order and featuring photos, excerpts and links to our original coverage. Westword has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Voice Media Empire: A few months back, we told you about the quizzical decision by John Bowlen, son of Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen, to appeal his wrist-slap of a conviction in a domestic-violence harassment incident last year that included a murder claim and inhalation of nitrous oxide. Here’s why it didn’t go anywhere. Westword has the story.