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Nebraska State Trooper In Klan

An arbitrator for the state of Nebraska ruled that a state trooper could not be fired for belonging to the Ku Klux Klan. What do you think?
  • "I'm actually fairly impressed with this man. It has to be hard, time-consuming work to be part of two bigoted, fear-mongering groups simultaneously."

    Janelle Draper
    Judge
  • "Would you rather he vented his racism at unsuspecting motorists on the highway, or in the safe confines of a KKK meeting?"

    Jerry Patrone
    Poultry Inspector
  • "The last time I checked, no one was forcing blacks or Jews to drive through Nebraska. So what exactly is the issue?"

    Neil Gruber
    Tax Attorney