Sponsored by


On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Rep. Paul Gosar tweeted a meme used by neo-Nazis

On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Republican Congressman Paul Gosar posted — and later deleted — a meme rooted in violent and racist online culture that was praised by neo-Nazis and white nationalists. ... Read more»1

 1 2 3 >

Az's Wendy Rogers said white nationalists are 'patriots' & called for hanging political enemies

Arizona Sen. Wendy Rogers fawned over the leader of a white nationalist movement on Friday and told his followers that she fantasizes about hanging her perceived enemies from gallows in her speech to the white nationalist America First Political Action Conference in Florida.... Read more»

Arizona ties emerge in leaks from 'Patriot Front' white supremacist forum

Leaked online chat logs show that Arizona members of a white supremacist group participated in training for and planning a march in D.C. and distributed fliers and stickers in a number of cities. They also expressed admiration and disdain for prominent Republican officials.... Read more»

Az Rep. Gosar shares, then deletes meme used by neo-Nazis

Arizona Republican Congressman Paul Gosar tweeted out a video meme last week, which he later deleted but was saved by the internet archive, that has roots in neo-Nazi and white nationalist culture. ... Read more»

Az Republican Sen. Wendy Rogers appears on antisemitic news show. Again.

Flagstaff Republican Sen. Wendy Rogers appeared again on an online TV network that has made multiple antisemitic remarks, following an appearance she made on the same show with a conspiracy theorist host in June.... Read more»

Az GOP Sen. Wendy Rogers defends promotion of racist ‘great replacement’ ideology

After a media report highlighting her use of language mirroring a racist conspiracy theory, Flagstaff Republican state Sen. Wendy Rogers doubled- and tripled-down on her assertion that immigrants are “replacing” white Americans and destroying “western civilization.”... Read more»1

Az lawmaker Wendy Rogers stokes racist 'replacement' theory

A Republican state legislator in Arizona posted a tweet over the weekend echoing the racist “great replacement” conspiracy theory, the same idea that has motivated multiple mass murders in recent years.... Read more»1

Man arrested in antisemitic vandalism of Tucson synagogue

Nathan Beaver, 30, was charged with aggravated criminal damage for allegedly vandalizing a Tucson synagogue earlier this month, when a large Nazi swastika was painted on an outside door, along with an ethnic slur for Jews. ... Read more»

Guest opinion

Tucson clergy: All must speak against antisemitic hate crimes

As Tucson-area clergy committed to love, justice, and solidarity, we unite to condemn the recent antisemitic hate crime perpetrated against Jewish members of our community at Chabad on River. We further denounce additional incidents of antisemitic threats and vandalism that have sought to sow hate and fear here in Pima County in recent weeks, and call on our Christian colleagues and all people of faith and conscience to speak and act against this violent hate. ... Read more»

Tucson synagogue vandalized with swastika, antisemitic slur

A rabbi heading to teach a Torah class found Nazi graffiti painted on a side door of the Chabad on River synagogue. "We've had break-ins before, but we've never had any kind of antisemitism here," said Ram Bigelman.... Read more»

Arizona’s past with neo-Nazis is colliding with its political present

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»

U.S. just now beginning to grapple with global wave of right-wing extremism

White supremacists are building international networks to spread their violent ideology. Efforts at transatlantic counterterrorism cooperation hit an obstacle: the politics of the Trump Administration.... Read more»


Bogus Antifa claims follow Capitol riot

Viral social media posts and a Republican House member have amplified claims wrongly identifying some right-wing figures at the U.S. Capitol riot as part of “antifa.” The claims feed into an unfounded conspiracy theory that anti-fascist activists in disguise orchestrated the event.... Read more»

Napier rejects Dems' claim of racist infiltration of police

Pima County Sheriff Mark Napier pushed back against claims that white supremacists have infiltrated law enforcement agencies, telling a House committee Tuesday that he has “simply not been exposed” to any evidence of that.... Read more»

Hate crimes involving anti-Semitism on the rise in Arizona

A woman woke up one morning and found the menorah adorning her yard had been twisted into a symbol of hate overnight — a swastika. Some might think this happened in Nazi Germany in the 1940s, but no. This particular act of hatred took place last December in Chandler.... Read more»

Facebook enabled advertisers to reach 'Jew haters'

Want to market Nazi memorabilia, or recruit marchers for a far-right rally? Facebook’s self-service ad-buying platform had the right audience for you. After being contacted, Facebook removed several anti-Semitic ad categories and promised to improve monitoring.... Read more»

 1 2 3 >