Obviously white on black racism is what you think of the most when someone brings up the word....and for good reason. Our country has a shameful history in terms of race relations, something that really didn't start to get better until the last 30 years. Does this type of classical racism still exist? Sure. But I think we've come a long way as a society and we're seeing a lot of mixing of social groups in younger generations between white, black, and everyone in between. That's a great sign of how far we've come as a society. That said. We still see racism rear its ugly head from time to time. It is not completely segregated to, but is certainly mostly found in rural areas in the south (*coughs*Mississippi*coughs*). It generally gets a lot of play on the news when violence is the end result of it all. When something like that happens it incites a lot of (understandable) anger and people line up to take shots at the south. Unfortunate, but unavoidable I suppose. With that in mind, why do you suppose situations like the one in the link below don't seem to get as much play with the media? Why do you suppose there isn't generally as much outrage for something like this being put out there as it is when the KKK starts spouting off their non-sense? http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-...t-Be-Tolerated-Our-Feet-Will-Be-On-Your-Necks Is there a double standard when it comes to racism? Shouldn't all forms of hate speech be found intolerable, regardless of who is being hateful and who is being the target of the hate?