The failed rallies still revealed a diminished, but still dangerous radical right.
Yiannopoulos wrote, "Civil war is coming, and, if it does, well-meaning but poorly-informed and relentlessly deplatformed conservatives are going to need a handbook." Oh, my.
I knew Trump had a rabid following. While the left laughed, Trump took over the radical right and the Republican Party.
Rep. Mo Brooks is just fine letting little kids drown, as long as they're not aborted.
Look at the radical things that extremist bomb-thrower Ted Cruz has planned, according to Sebastian Payne and Robert Costa of The Washington Post.
'Sovereign citizen' Ernie Wayne terTelgte's fight with the courts over what began as a simple fishing citation has become the latest cause célèbre among the far right in the Mountain West.
Ted Nugent dug his heels and his reputation in even deeper during an inteview yesterday with Erin Burnett.
A lot of people have noticed that it's become more common for right-wing talkers to be openly racist on the airwaves and the intertoobs, and then when confronted on it to double down and claim that there's nothing wrong with it. And there's a consequence for that.
Right-wingers are crowing that speculation about right-wing extremists' potential involvement in the Boston bombing turned out wrong. But then they use it to pretend that there's no such thing as right-wing violence. As if.
Politics Past - An episode of Meet The Press, first broadcast on June 7, 1964 featuring the 1964 Republican Governor's Conference, held in Cleveland Ohio. Interviewed are Kansas Governor John Anderson and Ohio Governor James Rhodes.
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