by William H. Pruden III
America's cultural value on free expression makes conviction of far-right radicals on sedition charges unlikely. The Ft. Smith, Arkansas trial in 1988 was a PR victory for the far right when 14 defendants accused of plotting against the government were acquitted.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Kathleen Belew
"What binds these disparate groups is that they espouse the violent defense of white supremacy."
by Noah Shusterman
If his lawyer wants to argue that Kyle Rittenhouse was acting in the spirit of those eighteenth-century militias which went outside the law and defied their state government, and especially those who did so in the interest of promoting white supremacy – his case would be historically solid. It would not, however, be an exoneration.
Ammon Bundy tells crowd during anti-lockdown demonstration that Jewish people thought 'putting their head down and trying to not be noticed was the better way' in WWII.
"The real reason the Second Amendment was ratified, and why it says "State" instead of "Country" (the Framers knew the difference - see the 10th Amendment), was to preserve the slave patrol militias in the southern states."
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