Right Wing Extremism

Right Wingers Nurturing 'Boogaloo' Fantasy Of Violent Civil War
Matt Marshall of the right-wing group Washington State Three Percent (3%) speaks at a 'Hazardous Liberty! Defend the Constitution!' rally to protest the stay-at-home order, at the Capitol building on April 19, 2020 in Olympia, WA. Image from: Karen Ducey/Getty Images

Right Wingers Nurturing 'Boogaloo' Fantasy Of Violent Civil War

The Age of Conspiracy Theories in which we are now immured has produced a kind of bastard offspring: the Shared Violent Fantasy.
Report Shows How The Radical Right Gets Its Financing From Mainstream Sugar Daddies
White nationalists such as Richard Spencer of the National Policy Institute (seen here with Nathan Damigo of Identity Evropa) get much of their funding from ostensibly mainstream sources. Image from: Getty Images

Report Shows How The Radical Right Gets Its Financing From Mainstream Sugar Daddies

People often wonder where the radical right—the neo-Nazis and white nationalists and alt-righters—get their funding, besides the occasional online fundraiser. The truth is somewhat bland but disturbing.
Bureau Of Land Management Director's Deference To 'Constitutionalists' Creates Chaos In The West
William Perry Pendley's policies directing Bureau of Land Management officials to defer to 'constitutionalist' sheriffs in the rural West is contributing to chaos and fear around federal lands policy in the West. Image from: Screengrab/YouTube

Bureau Of Land Management Director's Deference To 'Constitutionalists' Creates Chaos In The West

The Trump administration has been quietly empowering far-right extremist ideology on public lands in the West, two recent investigative reports inform us.
Alaska Militiaman's Sentence In Plot To Murder Judge, Officers Reduced By 10 Years
In a video posted on the Peacekeepers Militia site in 2011, Schaeffer Cox described how he intended to kill law enforcement officers if they tried to arrest him. Image from: Image from Peacekeepers Militia video

Alaska Militiaman's Sentence In Plot To Murder Judge, Officers Reduced By 10 Years

A onetime Alaska militia leader sentenced in 2012 to 26 years in prison for masterminding a plot to murder federal agents and local police officers saw his sentence reduced by 10 years this week, thanks to an appellate court ruling.