On March 21, Vikki (she requested we use only her first name) proudly tweeted a pair of photos of herself for #BeforeAfterFriday. On the left, dated 2009, was a ruddy-cheeked, button-nosed dude sporting a newsboy cap, black T-shirt, and five o'clock shadow. On the right was present-day Vikki, resple ... More >>
All good things must come to an end, as well as some less good, more obnoxious things. That is, anyway, the lesson we take from this news: Kyle Hunt, founder of the White Man March, has resigned. He posted a farewell letter on White Man March.com on April 18; the site now redirects to something call ... More >>
This coming Saturday, March 15, in a bunch of cities worldwide, disgruntled white supremacists will take to the streets, bearing banners that read "DIVERSITY" = WHITE GENOCIDE in very big red letters. The White Man March aims to be a large display of "coordinated pro-white activity," timed to coinci ... More >>
Craig Cobb has been active in the radical white-power movement for years -- known for running Podblanc, a Neo-Nazi version of YouTube -- but he made the front page of the New York Times for the first time in August. The story was about Cobb's plans to transform the small North Dakota town where he h ... More >>
Eleven years ago, Pamela Geller declared war on savages who were trying to take over the world. This November, she admits she lost.
When details began emerging about the Oak Creek, Wis. massacre, reports indicated that the suspected shooter, Wade Michael Page, was a white supremacist and had played in a neo-Nazi band called "End Apathy." The Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups, had been keeping tabs on Page s ... More >>
Yesterday morning, a gunman entered a Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wis. and opened fire on congregants, killing six and wounding three -- including a police officer who is in critical condition. Since the incident, additional details have emerged about the crime. Here's what we know so far...
A hostile Supreme Court. A feckless Obama administration. America's war on Mexicans has gone too far.
via CNN A U.N. security panel is meeting today to discuss how to go about fixing the situation in Libya. They're discussing whether or not to impose international sanctions on the Libyan government, including travel bans on Muammar Qaddafi and those who are close to him. The U.S. has already clos ... More >>
White-nationalist reads in the United States and Europe reflect anti-migrant hatred in a grim economy
Hear now, "boy": last Wednesday's Village Voice's cover story by staff writer Steven Thrasher, an essay entitled White America Has Lost Its Mind, sure has attracted some interesting attention! Whether or not readers agree with what we have to say, we often get letters from them regarding our s ... More >>
Thanks to State Senator Russell Pearce and Governor Jan Brewer
It's been awhile since we've talked about the rightbloggers' attitude toward President Obama. In a way, it hasn't changed since 2008: They still hate him, and with a ferocity that trumps all reason. You need only scan their blogs to see this. When the Polish President's plane went down in Russia th ... More >>
The two-term executive of Suffolk County faces sniping on the home front
James O'Keefe, the videographer famous for taking down ACORN (and infamous for trying to take down Senator Landrieu), organized a speaking forum for white supremacists, and was even photographed manning the event's merchandise table. The hate watchdog group One People's Project photographed ... More >>
In a photograph from New Normandy's website, Dan Halloran leads a heathen ritual.Conservative. Republican. Pagan? It was an odd news story that briefly upended what should have been a sleepy City Council race in Bayside: the Queens Tribune reported that a conservative Republican was running ... More >>
Watering the grass becomes an immigration issue
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and the New York City Department of Education announced Tuesday the opening of a new DNA lab in Harlem. According to a press release on Cold Spring Harbor’s website, the Lab is a "'state-of-the-art education facility that will provide students and teachers throughout ... More >>
Children, and the art of making them
The pendejo and his refrain about hospitals
An Upper East Side dog lover who funded one of the city's oldest hate groups is dead
The curious saga of the Boston FBI's 'unconfirmed reports' of a right-wing threat to the media
Scared and Alone, Nearly 5000 Children Wind Up in INS Detention Each Year
White Power and Al Qaeda Unite Against America
Voices From Long Islands Anti-Immigrant Conference
The Radical Right Got Wired Fast. When Will Progressives Catch Up?
Nowhere To Go
Assault Charges Hit President, Right Revives