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On January 19, 2018, Delegate Marcia “Cia” Price (D-Newport News), Virginia House of Delegates, and the State’s Office of Attorney General proposed House Bill 1601 (HB 1601) which defines “domestic terrorism” and recommends the establishment of a “domestic terrorist group list.”
A new, whites-only community is reportedly being planned for a 44-acre rural piece of property in southeastern Tennessee by a couple with past ties to neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups.
The radical right started the year on a roll, with allies in the White House. But then came Charlottesville, and the movement was knocked back on its heels. Still, Trump's rhetoric and the country's changing demographics continue to buoy the movement.
In an editorial published on Monday, January 15, Russia Insider, one of the most important pro-Russia news and analysis hubs in the West, declared, “hostility to Putin’s Russia is largely a Jewish phenomenon.”
Officials from the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office (SJCSO) in New Mexico dismissed the findings of a recent report by the Southern Poverty Law Center that documented the influence of the alt-right on William Edward Atchison, the 21-year-old man who killed two students — Francisco I. Fernandez and Casey J. Marquez — and himself at his former high school last December.
Within a few hours of bonding out of jail in Walton County, Georgia, Roger Malcolm found himself, his wife and two fellow farm hands surrounded by a white mob.
Authorities in Texas made five arrests during a raid on a vehicle “chop-shop” they say was operated by the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas — one of the biggest racist crime syndicates in the country.