November 11, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson Antigovernment Extremism-General

MOHAVE COUNTY, [AZ]--Robert "LaVoy" Finicum told police they would have to shoot him. The Arizona rancher and anti-government protester died on the side of a remote Oregon road in 2016. He was shot after he ran a police roadblock, plowed into a snowbank, got out of his truck and advanced on authorities. The Mohave County Board of Supervisors this week voted to rename another remote stretch of road after Finicum, calling him a patriot who died defending his beliefs. Mohave County Supervisor Hildy Angius said she was honored to bring forward a vote to rename a two-mile section of Yellowstone Road near the community of Cane Beds and call it LaVoy Finicum Road. Residents in the area overwhelmin  

November 11, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson White Supremacist Movement

ASHLAND, [OR]--A group promoting white supremacy has been placing posters around Southern Oregon for months, alarming some residents who also have been taken aback by hostile exchanges on social media. “This is not something America stands for,” said Jordan Wellspring, a 26-year-old Medford woman. “When I saw this, it was just latent hatred, and I felt like I needed to do something about it.” Wellspring said she first noticed the True Cascadia posters in Ashland, and then friends in Grants Pass began sending her photos of the posters in that city. She said she and other friends who have challenged @TrueCascadia on its Twitter feed and other social media have received threats. True Ca