Friday, February 6, 2015

Tribe fighting Redskins to open casino honoring work of racist ‘Oz’ author

Via WiscoDave

The Native American tribe leading the movement to change the name of the Washington Redskins plans to open a $20 million casino that pays homage to the work of L. Frank Baum, who was born in this village outside Syracuse and later wrote “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”

Just one problem with the Oneida Indian Nation’s Yellow Brick Road Casino: A decade before Baum wrote one of this country’s most celebrated children’s tales, he campaigned for a Native American genocide.


  1. Politicial correctness, the gift that keeps on giving...

    If modern comedians were not brain washed dolts that revel in PC, they would have many field days.