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A sampling of hate crimes and hate group activities is summarized in state-by-state listings.
A woman who worked in religious-right ‘ex-gay’ ministries for years renounces the movement. She’s only the latest.
After years of escalating rhetoric, the neo-Confederate League of the South moves to form secret paramilitary unit.
Columbia University expert Donald Green argues that hate crimes tend to spike when rapid in-migration of minority groups occurs in formerly white neighborhoods. Perhaps that helps explain the sheer ugliness of the events in Murrieta, Calif., this July — events that came during the week of Independence Day, when Americans gather to celebrate our country and its democratic values.
There are propagandists who use selective facts to make their dubious points. There are propagandists who lie to cover up what the real facts are.
Among the thousands of candidates for political office who are brought out by every election cycle, there are almost always a number from the ideological fringe. This year, a mid-term election that could give control of the Senate (and therefore, both houses of Congress) to the Republican Party, is no exception. Here’s a brief roundup of a few:
White power music was in trouble. But then racist bands discovered iTunes, and now they're back in business.
Ted Nugent called his nationwide summer tour “Shutup & Jam!” but the ’70s rocker did everything but shut up as he was hit with cancelled concerts and blistering criticism for his racist and anti-Indian statements.