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More and more extremists are becoming politically active, and Republican politicians are increasingly taking up the talking points of white nationalist groups. Some, like Congressman Paul Gosar, R-Prescott, speak at white nationalist conferences. Read more»

A sign in Dimmitt, Tex., in 1949.

Smart v. Stupid: Conservative politics over the past two years has a common thread that looks an awful lot like an attempt to maintain white supremacy. But it’s a tragic mistake to try to defend the dominance of white-centric culture. Read more» 1

Marchers demonstrate against Arizona's SB 1070.

Guest opinion: The marching song of the backers of Arizona’s new immigration law SB 1070 includes an oft-repeated verse that this law has nothing to do with race. Read more» 8

J.T. Ready marches in a neo-Nazi parade. Ready plans a militia patrol of Pinal County's Vekol Valley.

As has been the case recently, immigration news in Arizona revolved around SB 1070. But shaking things up this weekend is a group of right-wing activists - led by a reputed neo-Nazi - attempting to take border enforcement into their own hands. Plus a roundup of the week's border news. Read more» 5