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Far-Right Activist’s Sad, Solitary Protest Against Twitter Is Already Over
Far-right activist Laura Loomer is staging a “protest” after being banned from the social-networking platform, but no one really cares.
Woman Says ‘Proud Boy’ Arrested for Beating Protesters Attacked Her Last Year
An anonymous Muslim woman says Geoffrey Young viciously attacked her at a protest last year, and bragged about it online afterward.
The Threat Posed by Europe’s Far-Right Surge Is Much Bigger Than One Election
Gains by a right-wing party in Sweden weren’t as big as many feared, but a small win over extremism shouldn’t obscure the broader danger.
The Far Right Aims to Take Control of the European Union Next Year
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban predicts the victory of “illiberal” nationalism over liberalism in 2019’s European parliamentary election.
Far-Right Presidential Candidate Defeated in Austria, Halting Populist Tide
Europe’s moderates and liberals can finally exhale, at least for a moment.
The Far Right Thinks Chobani Is Trying to ‘Drown the U.S. in Muslims’
The founder’s support for refugees has the fringe right issuing death threats.
Talk Box: Glenn Beck Warns GOP ‘Boys Club’ of Whig-Like Extinction
Plus, Chris Matthews tries to get Alabama governor Haley Barbour to let him know when the next boys’ club meeting starts.