Timothy McVeigh

The Christchurch massacre was built on existing far-right memes that fueled a live-streaming gunman's viral aspirations.
White men who resort to racist violence see themselves as victims of de-industrialization, diversity and feminism.
Domestic terrorism is the threat that Americans seem determined to ignore.
The attorney's comments come after authorities say they found bomb-making materials at an apartment where two alleged neo-Nazis were slain.
Indeed, it seems as if Trump is living in a world of alternative facts.
The convicted murderer and white supremacist says he won't call witnesses or introduce evidence.
There are more of us who want peace than those who practice hate. So much for "The Turner Diaries." Despite his violence
Election time is here, and prison reform is now a hot topic. Much of the focus recently has been on the crime bill that then
But as a former defense attorney, Hillary knows better. She knows there's no consistent way to reserve executions for just
It is time for us to recognize the inaccuracies and faults within our history and human culture - whether it be in regards to Christmas, Jesus or terrorism - and use this identification as an impetus for improvement. Happy Holidays.
Fundamentalism is an idea so extreme that its adherents will do anything to see it succeed. Anything. Fundamentalism is an idea that cancels out any competing concerns, any other values or commitments. To a fundamentalist, the end justifies the means, no matter what.
Now that the NRA is embracing those who are openly fantasizing about shooting and killing Democrats, will some of those high profile supporters begin to distance themselves from the organization and its toxic ideology? Probably not, given the media's lack of attention to the group's latest threat.
It is interesting to listen to members of the media discuss the state of his mental health rather than his racist attitudes and beliefs. Had he been a person of color, or Muslim, he would have been designated as either a thug or a terrorist and the integrity of entire groups of people and communities would have to bear the cost for his actions.
Today, our national numbness is wrapped in a Confederate flag. The young man who killed nine members of Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on Wednesday night was an old-school racist.
It's remarkable to think that, 20 years after we buried 168 Americans in a horrific of terrorism, we are hearing the same exact perverse philosophy being promoted by Republican candidates running for the office of President of the United States.