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Attempts to sell neo-Nazi memorabilia online are nothing new, but a recent marketing ploy attempts to use the sale of racist antiquities to fund modern-day racist activities.
2018 was another violent year for the U.S. radical right.
Trump fires service members with HIV; How a revenge plot unraveled the Proud Boys; Tucker Carlson boycott having a visible effect; and more.
In this month’s Sovereign Files, the alleged Holy Fire starter pleads not guilty, it takes three officers to pull a man from his car when he refuses to move, and an accused killer says laws do not apply to him.
When the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer and its founder, Andrew Anglin, switched from taking mail-in donations to bitcoin sometime in 2017, it seemed a move made for both security and ease.
An antigovernment extremist who has called Islam a mental disorder and urged his followers to shoot black women and children has issued another call to violence, posting a video on his Facebook page urging members of the Patriot movement to engage in “lone wolf” action against antifa.
Facebook’s moment of reckoning arrives; Advertisers abandon Tucker Carlson; ADF seeks expansion of Jim Crow-era exemption; and more.
When James Alex Fields Jr. drove his car into a crowd of counterprotesters after the “Unite the Right” rally, it was a manifestation of hate that impacted the lives of dozens of people as well as a central Virginia town.