Kirstjen Nielsen Echoes Trump's Charlottesville Comments in Trainwreck Interview

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen spent her Thursday morning being interviewed by NBC’s Peter Alexander at the Aspen Institute Security Forum. There, Nielsen reminded us all that despite her reported unpopularity within the Trump administration, she remains an unrepentant apologist and enabler for some of…

White Supremacist Jason Kessler Gets Approval for D.C. Rally on Charlottesville Anniversary

Jason Kessler, a white supremacist and organizer of last year’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville which resulted in the death of Heather Heyer, has reportedly obtained approval from the Park Service to hold a “white civil rights” rally at Lafayette Square in DC on August 12—the anniversary of the…

Richard Spencer Pleads for $25,000 in Donations to Pay His Legal Bills

The racist “alt–right” poster boy Richard Spencer seems to be down on his luck these days. Following the disastrous “Unite the Right” white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA, last year, and a series of failed college speaking engagements, Spencer’s 15 minutes of racist notoriety appear to be winding down.

Here Are Some Facts and Questions About That Nazi the New York Times Failed to Note

The New York Times published a profile over the weekend of an Ohio man named Tony Hovater, a co-founder of the white supremacist Traditionalist Worker Party. The piece, by reporter Richard Fausset, was meant to say something profound about the banality of evil—This man shops for groceries! He has a Twin Peaks tattoo!…

After Charlottesville, More Counterprotesters Are Being Arrested Than White Supremacists

The “Unite the Right” rally on August 12 left one dead, 19 injured, and the city of Charlottesville in a state of turmoil and fear. In its aftermath, local leaders hurriedly vowed that justice would be served and order and safety restored. Most assumed this meant that the white supremacists who committed violent…

'Enough Is Enough!': These Activists Are Marching Against White Supremacy 

These activists are marching from Charlottesville to Washington DC to fight white supremacy. “We will respond peacefully—but we will respond,” says Puja Datta, membership organizer for the Working Families Party and an organizer of the 10 Day March to DC to Confront White Supremacy. Her message to white supremacists:…