The Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), a Southern heritage group that has been largely dominated by racial extremists since 2002, has again elected a commander in chief and other national leaders who are closely tied to its radical faction.
Forty members of Congress wrote U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld in late July, asking that he launch an investigation into racist extremists in the military and discharge soldiers involved in racist activities or groups.
When hundreds of students, history professors, town officials and others decried the racism and sorry scholarship of his Southern Slavery, As It Was, Wilson mocked them all publicly, scoffing at what he called the "intoleristas."
To the joy of neo-Confederate activists in Alabama, Ellen Williams, a woman known for her white supremacist views, has been hired as a staff correspondent by The South Alabamian, a small weekly newspaper based in Jackson, Ala.
The son of former Klan leader Jeff Berry and a friend have been charged in a brutal beating that left Berry in critical condition, effectively ending recent efforts to resuscitate the group in Indiana.
Police and federal agents in Missouri began looking into American neo-Nazi Alex Linder in late July, after his Vanguard News Network (VNN) website said it would be patriotic to murder a judge and several others in Canada.
The 2006 World Cup, the showcase of soccer that drew over 1 million fans to Germany for a month this summer, was supposed to highlight a new Germany, an idea underlined by the games' official slogan: "A Time to Make Friends."
British authorities are reportedly in talks with the Department of Justice in an effort to shut down a U.S.-based website that compiles photos and personal information about anti-racist activists, trade unionists and members of Parliament.
Pedro Varela, former head of one of Europe's oldest and most active neo-Nazi groups, was arrested in northeast Spain and charged with defending genocide. Police seized 5,000 copies of some 20 books at Varela's Europa bookstore in Barcelona.
Quotes from Ann Coulter, Neal Boortz, Robert Rector... "These broads are millionaires, lionized on TV and in articles about them, reveling in their status as celebrities and stalked by grief-arazzis. I've never seen people enjoying their husbands' deaths so much." - ANN COULTER