Bundy brothers’ invasion of wildlife refuge stirs a typically paranoid response among their fellow antigovernment extremists.
Retaliatory threats and attacks follow terrorist couple’s murder spree, encouraged by bigoted remarks from politicians and pundits.
A BBC crew filming a gathering of Ku Klux Klansmen recorded one of the group’s leaders discussing a plan to use returning military veterans to train KKK members in combat techniques.
Alex Jones has been worrying that the media would try to connect his Infowars conspiracy mill with the Las Vegas "Patriot" cop killers. It turns out that he has good reason to.
Jerad Miller, the Indiana man who police say gunned down two officers in Las Vegas Sunday with his wife before dying in a suicide pact, posted several videos at YouTube in the past year that revealed his paranoia and antigovernment views.
The man identified as the murderer of two police officers and a woman in Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas had long ranted against the “fascist” government.
After letting a special unit devoted to monitoring domestic terrorism fall dormant after 9/11, the Department of Justice announced this week that it was reviving the group. Of course, the far right went berserk.
MSNBC’s Ed Schultz hosted former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer on Monday night to discuss the growing “revolt” over federal land use policies in Western states.
The situation at the Bundy Ranch, where armed militiamen and “Patriots” are camped out, has deteriorated so badly that competing factions apparently drew weapons on one another during heated arguments.
It was the imminent drone attack that finally did it. A wild and paranoid rumor that the feds were planning to attack with a lethal drone revealed a deep rift in the Bundy ranch ranks.