Jeff Stensland, who writes for The State (some supermarket rag out of (red state) South Carolina) reports that Ron Wilson, a former commander of the white-supremecist Sons of Confederate Veterans, who once sold anti-semitic textbooks to parents who home-school their children has been appointed to the state Board of Education.
Yawn. I mean, lovely. But yawn: We know that the red states aren’t moral, and we're too smart to trust anyone who home schools.
So, the only real surprise is what Stensland, the reporter, has to say about the textbooks: "The books included “Barbarians Inside the Gates,” which touted a discredited theory that Jews are working toward world domination."
Pardoe-nay mwah. Discredited? You sound unsure. Couldn't you even pretend to be outraged? Are you worried that we Jews might have lined up to sue if you had taken a deep breath, acted like a man, and said this "theory" is an absolute, unmitigated lie?
Silly little man. Jews don't sue. We make matzoh from your blood.