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30 to Watch

Issue Number: 
146
 | 
Summer
 
2012

The American radical right has changed in major ways over the last decade, and with those changes has come a new crop of leaders, both longtime agitators and newly minted ideologues -- men and women who are distorting our democracy.

The Year in Hate and Extremism 2011

The Year in Hate and Extremism 2011

Issue Number: 
145
 | 
Spring
 
2012

As the election approaches, radical antigovernment groups skyrocket.

IR 144

A Gathering of Eagles

Issue Number: 
144
 | 
Winter
 
2011
With extremists moving into Montana for a last stand they liken to the Alamo and officials struggling to cope with swelling 'sovereign' movements, right-wing rhetoric is turning to an armed struggle.
IR 143

Ten Years After

Issue Number: 
143
 | 
Fall
 
2011

The U.S. has killed Osama bin Laden and eroded al Qaeda's ability to launch 9/11-style attacks from afar. Now, Jihadists aim to radicalize Muslims already in America and use them to strike U.S. targets

IR 142

Jihad Against Islam

Issue Number: 
142
 | 
Summer
 
2011

Ten years after the 9/11 attacks on the U.S., a second wave of anti-Muslim hatred is sweeping the country. This time, the outrage seems largely ginned up by politicians and others seeking to capitalize on Americans' fears.

The Year in Hate & Extremism 2010

Hate Groups Top 1000
Issue Number: 
141
 | 
Spring
 
2011

Led by antigovernment 'Patriot' groups, the radical right expands dramatically for the second year in a row; Cliff Kincaid attacks homosexuals as well as the 'liberal' media; Oklahoma forbids Islamic religious code

IR 140

Under Attack

Issue Number: 
140
 | 
Winter
 
2010

A recent wave of teenage suicides reflects the continuing war of words - and violence - being waged on the LGBT community; 10 myths about homosexuals propagated by the religious right; neo-Nazi group resurges as The Creativity Movement; and antigovernment 'Patriot' groups' gatherings over the summer bring out discussion of enemies in violent terms.

IR 139

'Sovereign' Citizen Kane

The Conspiracy Issue
Issue Number: 
139
 | 
Fall
 
2010

A man tied to the "sovereign citizens" movement, along with his son, murders two police officers in Arkansas; conspiracy theories pushed by those within the "Patriot" movement are detailed; Russia Today, a news program with a global reach, promotes conspiracy theories about the U.S.; and a clothing firm with links to racist skinheads is banned by Mixed Martial Arts leagues. 

Intel Report 138

Meet the 'Patriots'

Issue Number: 
138
 | 
Summer
 
2010

The resurgent antigovernment movement is analyzed; a radical right California political party lays bare its political ambitions; and a man with long-standing ties to the Nazi movement causes controversy within a church denomination. 

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Rage on the Right

Issue Number: 
137
 | 
Spring
 
2010

Hate groups remain at record levels; conspiracy theorists spread FEMA concentration camp myths; two trials of neo-Nazi propagandists are covered; and a meeting in Jekyll Island, Ga., pulls elements of the radical right together.