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A neo-Nazi rally in Washington, D.C. (Photo: Flickr/Elvert Barnes)
The Base: New Neo-Nazi Group Open About Violence

With a mission to accelerate societal collapse

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Jason Kessler (C), who organized the Unite the Right rally, speaks as white supremacists, neo-Nazis, members of the Ku Klux Klan and other groups gather for a rally in Lafayette Park across from the White House August 12, 2018 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)
Uptick in Arrests of Neo-Nazis Plotting Violent Attacks

The arrests come amid a surge in white supremacist activity on campuses

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Homeland Security ICE agents frisk a suspected MS-13 gang member and Honduran immigrant after arresting him at his home on March 29, 2018 in Brentwood, New York. The actions were part of Operation Matador, a nearly year-long anti-gang effort targeting transnational gangs, with an emphasis on MS-13. Under the New Way Forward Act, such individuals would be deported or possibly even arrested. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Dems Propose Radical Immigration Act

Is this the new wave in extremism?

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British-born Tania Joya is a former Islamist extremist who now works out of Texas on deradicalization. She stars in Clarion's film Kids: Chasing Paradise. (Photo: Clarion Project)
Former Extremists Frank Meeink and Tanya Joya: The Way Back

How does one really deradicalize?

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Entrance to the Pensacola base (Photo: Josh Brasted/Getty Images)
Pensacola Attack: The Terrorists Didn’t ‘Just Snap’

The attack puts Islamist terror back on the US radar

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Do our young men feel empowered? (Photo: FREDERICK FLORIN/AFP via Getty Images)
On Int’l Men’s Day: A Plea to Empower Our Boys

Extremists offer boys a masculinity they are denied by our society

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