Write-in Candidate for Chicago Congressional Seat Just Really Doesn't Want Anyone to Vote for a Nazi

In the upcoming midterm elections, voters in Illinois’ 3rd Congressional District will have the choice of Dan Lipinski, the Democratic incumbent, or Republican candidate Art Jones, a white supremacist Holocaust denier who, by way of self-endorsement, claims he hasn’t been a card-carrying member of any Nazi groups…

Yet Another Trump Administration Staffer Was Chummy With White Nationalists, Leaked Emails Show 

The recent spate of reports revealing connections between the Trump White House and the far right isn’t over yet. The latest is recently resigned Homeland Security policy analyst Ian M. Smith. Emails leaked to The Atlantic show Smith was on the same threads as white supremacist Richard Spencer and Jared Taylor, who…

Top Trump Advisor Invited a White Nationalist To His Birthday

Say what you want about the Trump administration, but you can’t deny that they’re consistent. Just earlier this week, Trump speechwriter Darren Beattie was fired after it was revealed he’d spoken at a white nationalist conference. Now, Trump economic advisor Larry Kudlow has been outed for hosting one of the white…

Senate Candidate Corey Stewart's Staff Are Somehow Even More Racist Than He Is 

Corey Stewart, the long shot Republican candidate running against incumbent Tim Kaine for Senate in Virginia, is already a well known racist. He’s a big fan of the Confederacy who believes the Civil War wasn’t fought over slavery. Somehow, it seems that Stewart’s staff might be even worse. Stewart’s spokesperson, Rick…

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!…

NYT Tries and Fails to Defend Its Deeply Flawed Neo-Nazi Feature

On Saturday, The New York Times published an unnervingly innocuous feature on a newly married neo-Nazi couple—quaintly titled, “A Voice of Hate in America’s Heartland.” Rendering Tony and Maria Hovater as just your average “Nazis next door,” the feature was immediately criticized for not only normalizing their…