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.
The Trump administration has been quietly empowering far-right extremist ideology on public lands in the West, two recent investigative reports inform us.
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.
The idea of civil war—indeed, the agitation and outright fantasizing in hopes of one—has its origins in the racist radical Right of the 1980s and ‘90s.
Militiamen themselves turned out in numbers this week to remind everyone once again that the distance between their brand of “Patriot” extremism and the mainstream Republican Party in Oregon is very tiny indeed.
Not only has one of these legislators threatened to kill state policemen, but now some of the very same militiamen involved in the Malheur standoff have announced they plan to rise to these senators’ defense.
By their refusal to sign onto an international agreement to stamp out hate speech and extremism online, the Trump administration has blessed the actions of their most ardent "very fine" supporters. At what cost?
Anti-Choice monster Rachelle “Shelley” Shannon gets out of prison after a 25-year stint.
Ain’t cognitive dissonance a bitch?
CNN's Zakaria On The Response To The Paris Attacks: 'If We Are Not Terrorized, Then It Dosn't Really Work'
CNN, Fareed Zakaria GPS, Nov. 15, 2015. Read more... http://crooksandliars.com/2015/11/fareed-zakaria-goal-isis-terrorism-world
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