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Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 21, 2014

Russia Today, a Moscow-headquartered news network aimed at enhancing Russia’s image in the West, is not known for its level-headed approach to the news. Since its founding in 2005, the network has endlessly touted 9/11 conspiracy theories, questioned President Obama’s place of birth, quoted “journalists” from unhinged “news” sources like WorldNetDaily, and even, in one case, interviewed a well-known white supremacist about Obama without mentioning his racism.

Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 21, 2014

Updates on extremists and their legal troubles.

Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 20, 2014

This spring, a group of about 100 students and others gathered at Indiana University at Bloomington to participate in their local Slutwalk, an annual protest held in cities around the world to denounce rape culture and victim-shaming. Facing them were a handful of counter-protesters who, misunderstanding the idea of Slutwalk, heckled the crowd, wielding crude signs decrying “slut culture.”

Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 20, 2014

A movement was born this summer during the crisis over migrant children at the border. Are the vigilante extremists back for good?

Intelligence Report
2014
Winter Issue
November 20, 2014

White power music was in trouble. But then racist bands discovered iTunes, and now they're back in business.

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.”

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