Gilman chats up the gun nuts, take one... Phoenix videographer Dennis Gilman covered the gun nut rally at the Arizona State Capitol this past Saturday, and caught some interesting footage of the local pro-2nd Amendment crowd, which seems mainly to have consisted of angry white dudes who're afraid t ... More >>
The face of nativist hate...Who're worse, behavior-wise, the nativists or the neo-Nazis? Sure, neo-Nazis are nefarious and nuts. But the nativists make the neo-Nazis look urbane by comparison. And in some ways the nativists are more violent, despite the fact crazy old crones with canes and old dudes ... More >>
Must reading for MCSO detention officers? Federal District Judge David Campbell today denied a motion to dismiss the indictments against white supremacist twin brothers Dennis and Daniel Mahon, who are charged in connection with the 2004 package bombing of Scottsdale's Offi ... More >>
Like you needed more proof that white supremacists are lame and talentless Are you painfully white, and hate Jews, diversity, Mexicans, and black folk (though not necessarily in that order)? Do you find yourself googly-eyed whenever Adolf Hitler is on the History Channel, or en ... More >>
Why worry? As The Turner Diaries reveals, ofays and guns go together like grits and runny eggs. What the hell is wrong with white people? Numerous media reports of late have detailed a run on gun stores by crazed crackers who believe the new black President-elect will take their firearms away shor ... More >>
Pat Curley slices through the loony conspiracy theories at his influential "Screw Loose Change" Web site
The livid lapwing lambastes LifeLock phonies, J.T. Ready, and pathetic P-town puppy-huggers
Sheriff Joe crowns himself anti-corruption kingfish and J.T. Ready looks for race friends on Newsaxon.com
The veterinary vulture asks, is it merely hoof-in-mouth disease or the ravings of a racist dumb-ass?
New SMoCA show celebrates the ordinary
Slave Music (Post 9/11 Lyricism)
He was the mystery informant in the Viper militia case. Now he's resurfaced after a year on the run. And he wants what's coming to him.
When KFYI radio host John Dayl spews mindless hate, David Winkler listens
Arizona's militias aren't the exclusive domain of white supremacists - people of color are joining the ranks, too.