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After a few days' absence from the news, it's startling to behold the current madness. It's also heartening to see a growing defiance of it - from artists to non-profits - alongside an insistence it be named, shamed and held accountable. So yes, Nazis are bad, and Confederate statues are not symbols to remind the South of their vaulted history but, says Larry Wilmore, "to remind black people that they are n*ggers." Lest we forget, there are only two sides here: right and wrong.