Game sees you play as far-right figureheads to save President Trump from "left-wing terrorists."
"Jews are, once again, at the vanguard, rethinking politics and sovereignty for the future, showing a path forward for Europeans," Spencer said.
Estrada is seeking a Los Angeles suburb seat in the State Assembly, but some Jewish community leaders are concerned over her connection to the Nation of Islam's Louis Farrakhan and her own anti-Zionist Facebook posts.
Jason Kessler, one of the organizers of last year's rally, applied for a permit for a second event to take place on its anniversary in August 2018.
Spencer's website is no longer available—and his supporters are calling for a GoDaddy boycott.
Richard Spencer and David Duke continue to be allowed to reach wide audiences on Twitter, despite its much-publicized "purge."
More than 20 anti-Muslim groups remain active on Facebook.
The year 2017 will be remembered as the year Nazis re-emerged as a visible presence in the United States and the word alt-right became a common household term.
"These people shouldn't even be calling themselves white nationalists," a Klan leader said about the alt-right.
As America grapples with the fallout from racist violence in Charlottesville, furries across the land are dealing with their own Nazi problem.
The verification of Jason Kessler, who organized the Unite the Right rally, caused a backlash and prompted Twitter boss Jack Dorsey to admit the company had failed.
Richard Spencer was scheduled to visit Poland. But the country's government doesn't want him there.
A new poll found that 30 percent of soldiers believed white nationalism was a bigger threat than the conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
"When I hear Spencer saying, 'For us, it is to conquer or it is to die,' I hear echoes of 'Mein Kampf,'" a University of Florida historian tells Newsweek.
Trump's rhetoric is priming racist movements to take more "daring" action, say historians of American white supremacism.
The "Unite the Right" rally, a white nationalist event in Charlottesville, Virginia, that collapsed into chaos on August 12, is already a volatile cultural flash point.
The same tiki torches—and the same white men—returned to Charlottesville Saturday night.
The school tried to prevent Spencer's visit and was threatened with a lawsuit
The post urges anti-Semitic readers to "take action" against the Illinois-based man.
Sasse got pretty Sasse-y.
An ad for a white nationalist march in Charlotte urges people to "bring guns."
The president excoriated the press and anti-fascists but didn't condemn the alt-right.