The Endless Fringe: Extremism in America
By Justin Mitchell Washington (VOR)– In our series the Endless Fringe, VOR has shown you the modern face of the Ku Klux Klan, the National Socialists, and the Christian Identity movement. Today, we bring you the world of white nationalist think tanks. Dedicated to something called "race realism," these organizations claim to advocate for white America, while their critics say it’s the same old hate in a new package.
By Justin Mitchell WASHINGTON (VOR)— As we have looked into America’s political hinterlands, we have spent a good deal of time examining the white supremacy and/or separatism movement.
By Justin Mitchell WASHINGTON (VOR)— As VOR has reported, Paul Ciancia, the alleged LAX shooter, may or may not believe in something called the "New World Order."
By Justin Mitchell WASHINGTON (VOR)— Earlier this month, disturbed loner Paul Ciancia opened fire at Transportation Safety Administration agents at LAX airport.
By Justin Mitchell WASHINGTON (VOR)— Paul Ciancia, the suspect in the LAX shooting, has drawn attention for his interest in some of the conspiracy theories enjoyed by America's burgeoning far right militia movement.
WASHINGTON (VOR)—We continue our series on America’s political hinterlands. Of all the fringe political groups in the United States, the most notorious is the white power movement.
By Kim Brown WASHINGTON (VOR)— In 1883, a group of ex-Confederate soldiers decided to form a fraternal organization.
By Justin Mitchell WASHINGTON (VOR)—The Tea Party is widely blamed for the recent government shutdown. Many have labled their stand against the Obama Administration as "extremist." But that's nothing. In our new ongoing series, The Endless Fringe, VOR will examine groups outside the U.S.'s political mainstream.