A judge in South Carolina has ruled that a black church is the owner of a building that sells Ku Klux Klan T-shirts & robes

It was ruled last month that the New Beginnings Church in Columbia, South Carolina was the rightful owner of a bulding that houses a place called "The Redneck Shop" which is a Ku Klux Klan museum, and sells robes and T-shirts with racial slurs.

Ownership of the building was transferred to Rev. David Kennedy and the Baptist church by a Klansman fighting with others inside the hate group, according to court records. That man, according to Kennedy, was feuding with store proprietor John Howard over a woman and "developed a spiritual relationship" with Kennedy's church.

There are few things in this world that should never go together: Hotdogs & Grape Jelly, Guys from New Jersey & Steroids, Lindsay Lohan & sobriety, and this gem. Now it's not clear if the judge's ruling would mean Howard must close the shop, but if I had to guess, it probably won't be open for much longer.