Richard Kelly Hoskins

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Richard Kelly Hoskins
Vigilantes of Christendom (ISBN 1881867056)

Richard Kelly Hoskins (born 1928) is American author and activist. It is claimed he introduced the term "Phineas Priesthood" as a designation for Christian vigilantes who avenge crimes against White Christendom.

Early Life

Hoskins was born in 1928 in Lynchburg, Virginia where to went to school. He later went a military academy in Waynesboro and then joined the Air Force during the Korean War. After leaving the military he earned a degree in history at Lynchburg College. Hoskins moved to New York and worked as stock broker for a short time before moving back home to Virginia.



  • The Hoskins Report; (still active)
  • Portfolios Investment Advisory (defunct)

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