"If you surround yourself with white supremacists and Nazis, then you're telling me that you're one of them," Winsome Sears tells Reason.
Happy birthday to the Sage of Baltimore, who would never have tolerated his white nationalist fanboys.
White nationalists were vastly outnumbered by counterprotesters at Sunday's Unite the Right II rally, but the whole affair cost the District millions.
But most counterprotesters were calm and nuanced about free speech and fascism at the D.C. rally.
Kevin Bean plays a cartoonish villain called "Blitzkrieg" in the ring. No, that doesn't mean he's a Nazi in real life.
Nazi analogies do not strengthen the case against forcibly separating illegal border crossers from their children.
This is not The Monuments Men.
Court feels "menaced" by a pug.
A year after fiery political protests erupted on campus, we visited to find out when students think it's OK to respond to words with violence.
Friday A/V Club: Before there was Arthur Jones, there was Mark Fairchild.
Sports, and sport broadcasting, can never be apolitical when nations are going head-to-head on the field of play.
If everything problematic is evil, silencing and punishing everything problematic becomes a social necessity.
A good reason to be a free-speech absolutist
If government censorship is the fear, then we must protect private free association.
The president isn't attacking P.C., as he once promised. He's sanctioned its use among his followers.
The president's inability to unequivocally condemn may be rooted in his general love of illiberal exclusionism
Did the president really need a teachable moment to denounce neo-Nazis?
GoDaddy Dumps Neo-Nazi Website. Hooray for Freedom of Association! (UPDATE: Google Also Declines to Host)
Here's a good reason to let private web companies, not government, decide who gets hosted.
Ultimately, individuals are responsible for their actions, no matter how heated the socialistic us-versus-them political rhetoric becomes.
Car rams pedestrians on city's downtown mall; many injured.
Not everything is 1933 redux.
It's tough being a heroic anti-Nazi street fighter when you're the closest thing to a Nazi around.
You can't blame the filmmaker for being annoyed. But audiences are always repurposing art, sometimes in creepy ways, sometimes in ways that are more appealing.
As progressive protesters and "antifa" activists marched outside, white nationalists & "Trumpservatives" plotted within.
How Kon Ichikawa outdid Leni Riefenstahl
A variation on beer pong, it pits Jews against Nazis, each with their own symbolic cup formation.
Asylum-seekers performed first aid on man who recently wrote "integration is genocide."
For months, the Republican Party considered this hyperbolic amateur a serious presidential candidate
Those aren't Boy Scouts.