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This article previously ran in the Dose on an unknown date.

‘Our basic message is: guns are fine, but racism is not.’

On the surface, the bearded, tattooed men of Redneck Revolt seem like typical good ol’ boys: They love guns, pickup trucks and keeping the government out...

This article originally ran in the Guardian, and was cross-posted by Agency.

The cookout offered free food, a face-painting booth and a “protest sign-making station” – a pile of cut-up cardboard boxes, paint markers and rolls of packing tape. A group of neighborhood boy...

This statement was written by a GWOT veteran who is a member of the Phoenix John Brown Gun Club. His experience is one of many diverse perspectives within Redneck Revolt, working together towards common goals.

To the active and former armed forces of the United States,

A...

Original video recorded Feb. 17th, 2017.

Over the past few weeks, Redneck Revolt has been communicating with a former member of a III% Patriot Militia based out of Ohio. Peter made contact with our organization after questioning the basis for an upcoming operation that...

This article originally appeared on a reactionary newsblog that the site has chosen not to link to or attribute. It was not written by Redneck Revolt admins.

His name was Henry Ward Beecher.

A graduate of Amherst College, Henry Ward Beecher had thousands attend his enorm...

Following the election of Obama, many folks involved with a spectrum of different anti-racist work were left dumbfounded by the rise of the aggressive and often explicitly racist white Tea Party movement.

I used to identify with words like “libertarian,” “minarchist,” “constitutionalist,” “state’s rightsman,” “conservative.” I was a patriot and a believer in the free market. For me, the path to being a believer in true liberty and freedom was largely a matter of looking...

This article first appeared on the original Redneck Revolt blog site. 

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I appreciate you sending me the forwards and other messages. Thanks. Please keep me updated if there are any events, etc, that I can attend or come support.

I do have some things I want to start to...

This article originally appeared on the original Redneck Revolt blog siteThis article also appears on the Institute for Anarchist Studies and The Anarchist Library.

As town hall meetings on health care become the targets for disruptive protest and a growing “pro-liber...

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