The alt-right may bill itself as something new, but its roots are in the white supremacist politicians of the late 20th century.
Florida police released a heartbreaking video of investigators telling the ex-wife of murdered law professor Dan Markel that Markel has been shot to death in his Tallahassee driveway.
“Hi, this is David Duke.” This is the automatic recording many Louisiana voters heard when they picked up their phone in recent days.5
Top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin is separating from her husband, disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, after the New York Post published semi-nude photos of Weiner taken while he was lying in bed with their sleeping son.21
Women are being squeezed from all sides, because men in power see their domination and sense of national identity slipping away, Jane Eisner writes.
The term “alt-right” is a hipper-sounding version of the original notion of the “alternative right,” which Paul Gottfried, a Jewish academic, coined in 2008.7
“White Jews are white,” said Jared Taylor, editor of American Renaissance.5
The “alt-right” has taken the media by storm this summer. From the rise — and downfall — of Milo Yiannapoulos to Trump tweeting anti-Semitic graphics to the hiring of Steve Bannon, chairman of Breitbart News, to run the Trump campaign, the neo-white supremacist movement has never been more visible.35
Florida is once again the ultimate swing state — and a new poll of Jewish voters in the Sunshine State suggests Hillary Clinton has little to worry about.110
During the Iran nuclear deal debate, Rep. Jerry Nadler proved to be a valuable asset for the Obama administration. The Jewish New York Jewish congressman, after lengthy deliberations, decided to back the deal.4
Gary Johnson wants Jewish bakers to make wedding cakes for Nazi clients.55
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