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How Exactly Should We Hold The Insurrectionists Accountable?

How Exactly Should We Hold The Insurrectionists Accountable?

While members of white supremacist groups have already been charged with conspiracy, some argue for sedition charges. But is that the best way to ensure conviction?

The White Supremacist Insurgency Was Always America’s Biggest Threat

The White Supremacist Insurgency Was Always America’s Biggest Threat

For too long, the focus has been on “foreign insurgents” and threats, allowing white supremacist extremism to organize, foment, and spread.

Ghost Skins: Military & Law Enforcement Members At The Insurrection

Ghost Skins: Military & Law Enforcement Members At The Insurrection

Why current and former members of the military and law enforcement with extremist views threaten national security beyond the January 6 terrorist attack.

“Siege” Culture And The Radical Right

“Siege” Culture And The Radical Right

An influential neo-Nazi brought James Mason’s "Siege" approach to radical right terrorism back into the mainstream. It's even more relevant today.

Alt-Tech Platforms Cultivate Disinformation And Extremism

Alt-Tech Platforms Cultivate Disinformation And Extremism

Conservatives are fleeing to social media sites like Gab, Telegram, MeWe, and BitChute that knowingly host dangerous right-wing content.

Post-Insurrection, GOP Further Embraces Trump And QAnon

Post-Insurrection, GOP Further Embraces Trump And QAnon

Rather than embracing accountability, Republicans are embracing the forces that led to the deadly insurrection at the Capitol while telling us to "move on."

Gender And Misogyny At The Capitol Insurrection

Gender And Misogyny At The Capitol Insurrection

Misogyny was deep-seated among the Capitol insurrectionists, and yet women were still among them. This is a dynamic that warrants more scrutiny.

Legal Liability Looms For Orgs Behind Rally That Incited Insurrection

Legal Liability Looms For Orgs Behind Rally That Incited Insurrection

Tax-exempt organizations like Amy Kremer's "Women for America First" are drawing scrutiny from Senator Wyden, the IRS, and could be subject to investigation.