Extremist Groups Flourish In Northwest U.S.

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Extremist Groups Flourish In Northwest U.S.

As the economy continues to falter, militias and hate groups are on the rise in the American Northwest. What do you think?

  • "I know the tough economy makes such views more appealing, but it can be just as rewarding to be in a hate group in boom times."

    Damon Rushkoff
    Systems Analyst
  • "I see, and these hate groups, how much do they pay?"

    Umi McDowell
  • "With scenic backdrops like Glacier National Park, it definitely sounds like a beautiful place to go and hate people."

    Rich Ball
    Town Clerk