I don't think Florida officials saw this man as 'standing his ground.'
Paul LePage's excuses that he met with far-right extremists because he listens to all his constituents don't pass the smell test.
For eight months, Paul LePage consulted and conspired with sovereign citizens while serving as Governor of Maine.
'Sovereign citizen' Ernie Wayne terTelgte's fight with the courts over what began as a simple fishing citation has become the latest cause célèbre among the far right in the Mountain West.
The arrest in late November of a prominent “Freeman” leader in Canada has underscored the recent rise of the “sovereign citizens” movement north of the border, as well as law-enforcement authorities’ concerns about that development.
If you needed a reminder where those folks on the far right who naive mainstream Democrats keep mistakenly treating as rational actors are coming from, just survey the "secessionist" campaigns in various states, most notably Maryland at present.
While much of the media attention, driven by congressional hearings, on terrorism issues focused this week on events in Libya, there was another Senate hearing that took a good look at terrorism on our own shores. Chaired by Sen. Dick Durbin,
Ho hum. It's becoming routine now: Police say at least two of the seven suspects arrested for the fatal shooting of two Louisiana sheriffs deputies last Thursday are connected to the anti-government “sovereign citizen”
Color us surprised: Another Ron Paulite Republican succumbing to the "sovereign citizenship" extremist scam: The Republican candidate for a state Senate seat in eastern Iowa has ended her campaign and instead declared herself a U.S. Senator
We've been writing here at C&L about the danger to law-enforcement officers (not to mention civil society) posed by the far-right "sovereign citizens" movement for some time. So naturally we were pleased to see the FBI weighed in on the