In the wake of last week’s black riots in Ferguson, Mo., wingnut conspiracy theorists have whipped themselves into a frenzy over the prospect of a nationwide “race war.”
Gavin Seim believes that it’s self-evident that Washington state’s recently approved gun-control initiative is unconstitutional, so he is organizing a rally at which gun owners will openly break the law. Except that they won't.
A collection of citizens in the small resort town of Whitefish, Mont., banded together earlier this week to demand action against a nationally prominent white-nationalist organization.
It turns out that, just like his fellow Minuteman Shawna Forde, Chris Simcox is the victim of a nefarious conspiracy by the New World Order (or some similar entity) to silence him.
John Abarr has an idea for the Ku Klux Klan that has attracted a lot of attention: He says he wants to reform the hate group to make a more “inclusive” KKK open to Jews, black people, and gays and lesbians—a “Rainbow Klan,” as it were. But it's a joke.
Michael Savage claims in his new book that President Obama is plotting to create an outbreak of civic violence. But the fools gullible enough to buy into his circus of conspiracism are who we should fear.
When ATF agents arrested Kevin “K.C.” Massey III at a Brownsville-area hotel last week on charges that he had been illegally carrying weapons while leading border-militia patrols in Texas, they found more in his hotel room than just guns and ammo. There was also a container of ammonium nitrate and fuel—a potent bomb in the making.
The leader of the 'Camp LoneStar' border-watch militiamen, who was fond of bragging about detaining immigrants, was himself arrested this week -- by ATF agents, on federal weapons charges.
The death of Oin Oakstar at the age of 43 was probably not a surprise to anyone familiar with the Arizona man’s drug-and-alcohol-fueled lifestyle.
Border militiaman K.C. Massey III was slightly apologetic about detaining three border-crossing immigrants during one of his outfit’s vigilante patrols awhile back—handcuffing the men behind their backs with zip ties—along the Rio Grande in southern Texas.
Here's a sample of the kind of history that Colorado conservatives don't want their kids to learn.
A self-described “militia” that supposedly was organizing to monitor polling places in Wisconsin to prevent felonious Democrats and African Americans from voting has turned out to be an apparent hoax.
A self-described coalition of antigovernment groups is hoping to organize yet another attempt at shutting down the U.S.-Mexico border at major commercial crossings this weekend, calling the event “Shut Down All Ports of Entry”.
Federal agents are finding that the unsought presence of vigilante "border militias" in recent weeks on the border in Texas and Arizona is making a difficult job much more complicated and possibly lethal.
Did you know that dumping ice water on your head and sharing it on social media causes infanticide? No really. That's the American Family Association's latest warning.