Right-Wing Extremists: The Enemy Within
How various forms of fundamentalists (libertarians, nativists, gun nuts, militia men, conservative Christians, supremacists) threaten America:
The Founders' original intent The majority of the Founders wanted a strong government.
The historical battle for America's soul:
A well regulated militia... The 2nd Amendment couldn't be clearer.
The myth of American self-reliance Rugged individualists who beg for government help.
Origin of the culture wars The 1960s: America's cultural revolution.
America the conservative Despite what talk radio says, we're a right-wing country.
The anti-government underpinnings of the far right:
Are taxes "theft"? No, "taxes are what we pay for civilized society."
Libertarianism = anarchy The two concepts are equivalent—and equally unworkable.
Antonin Scalia: Supreme Court doofus Conservative justice means never having a principle.
The militia/gun-nut bunch
Klansmen, neo-Nazis, and Christian patriots
Violent right-wing extremists in action:
What Tim McVeigh tells us
Brotherly love, American style
Some arguments for gun control
Why white boys keep shooting
The conservative/libertarian bunch
F---ing fundamentalist fanatics
Nonviolent right-wing extremists in action:
God bless secular America
The last refuge of a scoundrel
Corporate culture: rotten to the core
Government gives, free markets take
America's cultural mindset An overview of our cowboy culture and its mixed-up values.
Other than putting these fanatics down as the rabid dogs they are, about all we can do is expose them and educate the public about them:
Jawboning as the best solution Individuals can talk, educate, and raise awareness until people listen.
PEACE PARTY, a multicultural comic book featuring Native Americans. (What else?)
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