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The so-called “Unite The Right” rally organized by white nationalist Jason Kessler in Charlottesville, Virginia, has succeeded in drawing out a diversity of far-right groups ranging from white nationalists to armed “Patriot” groups.
A large Alt-Right gathering of assorted extremists — called “Unite the Right” — shows signs of being anything but a unity hug in the days leading to the August 12 rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
White nationalist Matthew Heimbach pleads guilty to disorderly conduct in the assault of a protester at a 2016 campaign event for Donald Trump in Louisville, Kentucky.
Bob Whitaker, a curmudgeonly segregationist who penned a 221-word racist “Mantra” that became a rallying cry for racists the world over, has died.
Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) executive director Mark Krikorian badly wants respect.
A satirical religion with a frog-headed god has become a favorite new way for white nationalists to troll liberals, while spreading their meme-driven strategy.
After university officials cancelled a scheduled appearance from Ann Coulter on campus, two conservative student organizations filed a federal lawsuit accusing the University of California, Berkeley of efforts to “restrict conservative speech” on campus.
One of the country’s leading white nationalist organizations – the National Policy Institute – has lost its non-profit status, apparently because its founder Richard B. Spencer forgot to fill out those little white boxes on government tax forms.