Minutemen

11.30.17

Anti-Immigrant Vigilantes Are Rebranding as Free-Speech Defenders

Groups with a legacy of armed border patrols and anti-government militancy are finding new life under Donald Trump.

11.30.17

Murder at America's Border: The Story of an Anti-Immigration Vigilante

VICE visits an Arizona border town to explore the patriotic undercurrents that allegedly motivated a Minutemen leader's cold-blooded crime.

11.14.16

1995: The Year Mike Watt Broke Grunge

The year marked a turning point that thrust a modest grunge forefather into the forefront of the proverbial rock pantheon.

3.22.16

Whatever Happened to Arizona's Minutemen?

The homegrown border militia had thousands of members in the mid-2000s. Today, the group has splintered into several rival factions, many of which still regularly patrol the border.

1.13.16

Watch Our HBO Episode About the Domestic Right-Wing Terrorists 'Defending' America's Borders

In this episode from season three, VICE host Gianna Toboni investigated the so-called patriots who are taking up arms along the US border. Then, we checked out how overfished our oceans really are.

5.14.15

Still in Control: An Interview with Stalag 13's Ron Baird

Before the most infamous So-Cal straight-edge bands came Ron Baird and Stalag 13.

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1.27.15

Talking About Minutemen and SST with Joe Baiza from Saccharine Trust

While most LA punk bands were jumping around and whining about Reagan, Saccharine Trust were digging deeper, both musically and lyrically. The band is still going strong today, I called up Baiza to talk about his career and where he's at now.