Pete Santilli insists that militiamen saved his life from drug cartels trying to assassinate him during his “Border Convoy." But the whole weird tale of a panicked late-night evacuation plays a key role in the internecine feud that has erupted in its wake.
SeaWorld, reeling from the 'Blackfish Effect,' is hoping for brighter days after a disastrous week financially and PR-wise as well. Lots of luck with that.
Pete Santilli keeps trying –– and failing –– to organize protests that will shut down border crossings between the United States and Mexico. What’s more, he hasn’t been completely honest about it.
Jim Gilchrist wants to revive the Minutemen. So now he's denying his outfit had anything to do with child murderer Shawna Forde and her gang.
After stumbling out of the gate last month, militia activists in Texas are now appearing along the U.S.-Mexico border as part of a vigilante campaign to “secure our border” in the midst of a refugee crisis involving unaccompanied children from Central America.
A new “statewide” militia group that is attempting to organize in Arizona has been careful to portray itself to would-be recruits and law enforcement as a non-radical, mainstream organization that cooperates with local authorities. It's a sham.
Judge for yourself: Did Sarah Palin get into Aunty Peggy Noonan's jar of Magic Dolphin Pills before her speech in Denver this week?
They had the motorcycles. They had the flags. And they had some people eager to protest child refugees coming over the border. What they didn’t have was a real plan.
What if militias announced a showdown with the feds and nobody came?
Minuteman Project cofounder Jim Gilchrist wants to bring his toxic band of nativist vigilantes into the already-volatile situation with child immigrants currently roiling the border. Bad idea.
Paul LePage's excuses that he met with far-right extremists because he listens to all his constituents don't pass the smell test.
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.
After months of debate over orca captivity stirred up by the documentary Blackfish, the company was finally persuaded to sit down at a table and engage the issue with their critics. It did not go well for them