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Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

A sampling of hate crimes and hate group activities is summarized in state-by-state listings.

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

A timeline describes the development of the conflict between the radical right and the federal government over public lands.

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (FLDS) suffered two major defeats in March and April, as authorities in Arizona and Texas, respectively, found a church-controlled community liable for $5.2 million in damages in a religious discrimination case, and seized a sprawling Texas ranch that church members had acquired as a sanctuary and retreat.

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

If its goal was to avoid criticism from the chorus of right-wingers who regularly complain about supposed liberal bias at institutions of higher learning, then South Carolina’s College of Charleston chose wisely when it selected Glenn McConnell as its next president.

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

Anti-gay culture warrior Peter LaBarbera, founder and head of the hate group Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, has suffered a series of setbacks in his ongoing quest to portray homosexuality as a “dangerous” practice that is “neither normal nor benign.”

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

When the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and the Council of Chief State School Officers unveiled the Common Core State Standards in June 2010, no one predicted the torrent of right-wing fury they would release.

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

For a moment, it seemed possible that the gay-bashing Kansas church infamous for picketing the funerals of fallen soldiers with signs like “God Hate Fags” and “Thank God For Dead Soldiers” might moderate its views after the March 19 death of its founder and longtime leader. Pastor Fred Phelps himself, according to a claim from his grandson Zacharias Phelps-Roper, dramatically softened his stance on LGBT people shortly before he died in a Topeka hospice.

Intelligence Report
2014
Fall Issue
August 20, 2014

Yet another member of the antigovernment “sovereign citizens” movement, whose adherents believe the majority of U.S. tax and criminal laws do not apply to them, died violently this spring after attacking law enforcement agents in a dispute that began with a routine traffic stop.

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