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Steve Bannon, Trump Whisperer, Offers New Theory of Governing

by Hamilton Fish | Jan 7, 2023 | Politics

Article from December 31, 2021 Arguably the most influential and surely the most resilient of the internet extremists is Stephen Kevin Bannon, whose astonishing biography includes a seven-year stint in the Navy (including several years as special ass…

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Steve Bannon

Steve Bannon, Trump Whisperer, Offers New Theory of Governing: Employ Committees of Congress To Prosecute Democrats

by Hamilton Fish | Dec 31, 2021 | Politics

The holiday season this year brought competing versions of reality into focus. Hallmark-lite invocations of Peace and Joy stubbornly proliferated. Bezos and Co. will likely establish new milestones for online shopping. Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for…

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The Neo-Nazi Peaceniks

by Trip Brennan | May 12, 2017 | Foreign Policy, Politics

…nded out “red pill cards” with a list of alt-right websites like The Right Stuff. Whether such discussions happen to be effective is unclear, but many alt-righters see them as a key part of their expansion strategy.   Peace Through Strength Despite th…

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Guns, Extremism, and Threats of Escalation

by Rick Perlstein | Apr 14, 2017 | Election 2016, Politics

…es with signs like the one featuring the alt-right iconic image of Pepe in a pilot outfit with the legend “FREE HELICOPTER RIDES” and the silhouette of a woman falling from the sky. “The only contribution we received from the Republican Party was some…

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A Beer Hall Putsch in an Italian Restaurant

by Hannah Gais | Dec 6, 2016 | Election 2016

…a movement he’s nurtured for years: the alt-right. Plenty of ink has been spilled over the origins of the term “alt-right”—a loosely affiliated white nationalist and explicitly racist movement that’s fed off Donald Trump’s momentum. Yet the goals and…

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