Apparently, Fidelity shareholders think genocide is awesome

At least that’s the most democratic way of looking at this: Shareholders of two more Fidelity Funds have voted on a proposal by activist group, Investors Against Genocide to stop investments in companies linked to genocide, the Wall Street Journal reports. Shareholders of the $41.2 billion Magellan...

Option Three

I kind of thought the crusades were done and over with, but apparently I was wrong. Stumbling aroundNewsNow, I happened upon this essay which chronicles a disturbing argument to engage in genocide of Muslim peoples. I can’t stress enough how utterly terrifying the sentiments expressed in this article...